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Why Print Advertising still works in 2019


By Jenna Bruce For many years now, marketers have wondered if print is dead. And, with each passing year, those of us who make a living through print advertising continue to sing its praises. But sometimes, in order to convince people of something, you need more than sung praises – you need science. Advertise with…

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Navajo Nation Leadership Celebrate Navajo Courts


WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo Nation leadership celebrated the Navajo Nation Judicial System’s 60 years of service to the Navajo people Monday, April 1. Chief Justice JoAnn Jayne hosted the executive and legislative branches, which were represented by President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer, and Speaker Seth Damon (Bááháálí, Chichiltah, Manuelito, Tsé Lichíí’, Rock…

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Empowering Emergency calls on the Navajo Nation


New First Responders Network Promises to Aid Emergency Calls on the Navajo Nation WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — FirstNet officials presented on the telecommunications network to members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council Naabik’íyáti’ Committee in a work session Friday, March 29 at the Council Chamber. FirstNet is a priority-based communications network offering mission critical services…

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Farmington man accused of molesting young girl


According to the Farmington Daily Times: Lucas Tsinajine, 40, is accused of criminal sexual contact of a minor and battery, according to court records. After Tsinajine left the scene, an 11-year-old girl told the adult victim that the alleged suspect molested her. He is incarcerated at the San Juan County Adult Detention Center on a…

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Report: Methane emissions are higher on Navajo lands


FARMINGTON — An eight-page report released by the Environmental Defense Fund states oil and natural gas companies waste more than a billion cubic feet of natural gas extracted from Navajo Nation lands each year, leading to a loss of $3.4 million of profits and $850,000 of royalties. “It’s still not something that every member of…

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Murray Power to help make Navajo Nation bright


By Shaun Delliskave | Imagine, in 2019, that your home still does not have electricity. For over 60,000 people living in the Navajo Nation, being off the grid is very much a reality. Enter Murray Power, who will send a crew, as part of the “Light Up Navajo” initiative, to help connect residents there…

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New Mexico school bus driver admits to driving intoxicated


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) _ A school bus driver in New Mexico accused of driving while intoxicated has pleaded guilty to felony child abuse. Federal prosecutors say 49-year-old Duane Aaron Skeet entered his plea at a court hearing Tuesday in Albuquerque. Skeet faces up to three years in prison at sentencing, which hasn’t been scheduled yet.…

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70 the Annual Native American Church of North America Convention


We would like to Welcome, our Family, our Relatives and Friends to the 70 the Annual Native American Church of North America Convention, hosted by the Steamboat Diné Half Moon Fireplace of Steamboat, Arizona. The scheduled event will be during the week of June 13 th to the 16 th , 2019 (Father’s Day Weekend).…

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Making Gloves on the Navajo Nation


CHURCH ROCK, N.M. – President Jonathan Nez, Vice President Myron Lizer, and Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development Economic Director JT Willie met with officials from Rhino Health LLC, an international nitrile glove manufacturing company that is expanding their operations to produce latex gloves at the Church Rock Manufacturing facility in Church Rock, N.M. The initiative has the…

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