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The Navajo Post Newspaper is a newspaper that covers the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. the Navajo Nation.

Kayenta Township Commission gets new authorities to pursue economic opportunities


WINDOW ROCK – On the fourth day of the Fall Council Session, the Navajo Nation Council voted 16-3 to approve Legislation No. 0226-18, which seeks to authorize the Kayenta Township Commission to form wholly owned entities and to extend sovereign immunity and allow the township commission to waive such immunity to the wholly owned entities.…

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Supporting Navajo 4H Kids


Navajo Gaming Goes to Auction to Support Navajo 4H Kids Donates $20,000 in meat to host chapters, $200,000 to Navajo fairs WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo 4H kids are having a better harvest season this year because the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is buying their prize sheep and steers at Navajo Nation 4H auctions. Navajo…

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Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company Shares Positive Financial Forecast


After a period of financial uncertainty and financial challenges, the largest financial asset of the Nation finds success and growth on the horizon St. Michaels, Arizona – After years of financial challenge caused by volatile oil prices and mismanagement by prior leadership, according to a press release the Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company (NNOGC)…

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Restoring gardening practices on the Navajo Nation


NTU land grant workshop series seeks to restore gardening practices on the Navajo Nation CROWNPOINT, NM – Navajo Technical University (NTU) has been offering free gardening workshops to community members in order increase the knowledge base on the Navajo Nation about healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound methods. The workshops were launched with…

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Navajo Nation Speaker asks Arizona to oppose Prop 127


WINDOW ROCK – On Monday, in a press release Speaker LoRenzo Bates (Nenahnezad, Newcomb, San Juan, Tiis Tsoh Sikaad, Tse’Daa’Kaan, Upper Fruitland) issued a statement asking Arizona voters to join the Navajo Nation on November 6 in voting “No” on Proposition 127, the “Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona” initiative, which would require utility companies to obtain…

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Navajo Nation Council mourns the passing of Honorable Steven Begay NASCHITTI, N.M. – On Thursday, the Navajo Nation Office of the Speaker learned of the passing of Council Delegate Steven Begay, who represented the communities of Naschitti, Coyote Canyon, Mexican Springs, Tohatchi, and Bahastl’a’a’.Honorable Begay, 43, is originally from the community of Nashchitti, and resided there…

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