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In the small town of Oljato, two water wells are in place, one of which is utilized exclusively by local hotels. The other serves an estimated 900 residents in Monument Valley. According to the United Nations, roughly 30% of the Navajo Nation...

By admin on May 27th, 2017

Lee Newspapers of Montana recently reported rising incidences of racism towards Native American students at MSU-Northern. A local student, who is also a Native American, recently told reporters about overhearing two white students discussing...

By admin on May 27th, 2017

A 28-year-old Farmington man by the name of Aaron Yellowhorse is on a no-bond hold at the San Juan County Adult Detention Center for child abuse and battery charges, reported the Daily Times.   In early May, police were dispatched to his...

By admin on May 25th, 2017

After the ballot was cast for the Navajo Nation general election in 2014, Russell Begaye was declared the winner. One Navajo voter, however, is demanding that the results of the election be retrieved and authenticated by the Navajo Board of...

By admin on May 24th, 2017

A New Mexico resident happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time on April 30th, per the Daily Times. An unnamed victim was walking nearby a Safeway grocery store at 730 W. Main St. in Farmington, where he was approached by three suspects...

By admin on May 24th, 2017

Neville Dunn is currently in custody at the San Juan County Adult Detention Center and is facing multiple cases in the district and magistrate court. In late April, Dunn was awaiting trial for assaulting a police officer as well as domestic...

By admin on May 24th, 2017

NDN Sports has reported that Shoni Schimmel, the current guard for New York Liberty’s basketball team will take a leave of absence to attend to personal issues. As a result, she will not be playing in the approaching WNBA playoffs. Schimmel...

By admin on May 24th, 2017

In December 2016, President Obama approved the designation of Bears Ears as a national monument. The former president made the unprecedented move of giving tribal governments the authority to manage the 1.35 million acreages of land. Debates...

By admin on May 24th, 2017

Diné Development Corporation (DDC) is the parent company of NOVA Corporation, DDC IT Services, Diné Source, BRIC, LLC, and DDC-CS and is 100% tribally owned by the Navajo Nation. Diné Source is looking for a Protégé with the following qualifications: Must...

By admin on May 24th, 2017

W. Kamau Bell explores the causes behind poverty, unemployment and crime among the country’s indigenous people. “United Shades of America” airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.Source: CNN ...

By admin on May 15th, 2017