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2017 North American Indigenous Games Hosted in Major City

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The biggest cultural meet-up of indigenous people in the northern hemisphere happens annually at the North American Indigenous Games. This year, the games were held in Canada where Native American athletes hailing predominantly from the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute tribes made their way to compete in games. Roughly 19 teams from North America…

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Navajo Nation Eyes Buying Yavapai Ranchlands

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The Daily Courier has reported that ongoing discussions are emerging between Navajo Nation and the property owners of Yavapai Ranch. Navajo Nation allegedly wants to buy 17,544 acres in the western region of the 100,000 plus acre ranch, which is estimated to be worth $60 million.   Yavapai Ranch is situated 13 miles south of…

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Navajo Nation eyes possible purchases of Colorado ranchland considered sacred

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation has created a committee to look into buying Colorado ranchland that’s home to cattle, bison and two mountains the tribe considers sacred. The price tag for the property — roughly 26 square miles on the Wolf Springs and Boyer ranches in south-central Colorado — is $23 million. The…

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Navajo Nation Member, Bitsóí, Appointed as Chief Diversity Officer

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According to Stony Brook University, LeManuel “Lee” Bitsóí, EdM, EdD is taking on the role as Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, NY.. In this role, LeManuel will work closely with the University Council. This isn’t Bitsóí’s first stint at the university. In 2014, he was appointed as the Director…

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Allegations of Theft Filed Against Whippoorwill President

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The Navajo Times has reported another incident of embezzlement by an official employee. Per the Times, Whippoorwill Chapter President, Jennifer Begay, allegedly swindled roughly $56,000 worth of industrial-grade mechanic equipment from an in-house warehouse. A member of the chapter told news reporters about the incidence on the condition of anonymity. According to the informer, he…

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See What Canyon Life Is Like for a Navajo Pageant Winner

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Representatives of Navajo Nation Aim to Do Away with the AG’s Authority in Fiscal Matters 

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According to the Navajo Times, Attorney General Ethel Branch is at risk of losing her authority to make final rulings in local financial matters. Seth Damon, chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee sponsored a new bill which was passed in a recent Law and Order Committee conference. Branch recently delivered a memo voicing her…

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