Tuesday 25 April, 2017
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“Diné Nation” legislation fails to garner enough support WINDOW ROCK – On the second day of the 2017 Spring Council Session, Legislation No. 0395-16 failed to garner enough support from the Navajo Nation Council. The bill sought to...

By admin on Apr 19th, 2017

Rod Lewis, a member of the Gila River Indian Community, will join the Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board, which manages the Central Arizona Project, the 336-mile canal that moves water from the Colorado River to Phoenix and Tucson.(Photo:...

By admin on Apr 3rd, 2017

USA TODAY NETWORK Dennis Wagner and Craig Harris, The Arizona Republic WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — A Navajo Nation housing agency that has struggled for years to provide dwellings for tribal members, and was the subject of a recent Arizona Republic...

By admin on Apr 3rd, 2017

Council promotes economic development through the  establishment of the Community Development Financial Institution  WINDOW ROCK – Speaker LoRenzo Bates (Nenahnezad, Newcomb, San Juan, Tiis Tsoh Sikaad, Tse’Daa’Kaan, Upper Fruitland)...

By admin on Mar 31st, 2017

Law and Order Committee advocates for the creation of the  Navajo Nation Public Safety System Fund to address public safety needs WINDOW ROCK – The Law and Order Committee supports Legislation No. 0055-17, which seeks to amend Title 12...

By admin on Mar 29th, 2017

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By admin on Mar 17th, 2017

Carlyle Begay sent this statement to the Navajo Post regarding media reports about him not working with the White House. READ THE FULL STATEMENT FROM CARLYLE W. BEGAY I haven’t paid much attention to the report yesterday. I was told by...

By admin on Mar 2nd, 2017

STATEMENT FROM THE OFFICE OF ALEXANDER CHAMBERS On Jan. 21, 2017 at 1:01 pm the Navajo Post newspaper published a short article, ‘Navajo To Work in White House’ that stated former State Sen. Carlyle Begay is President Trumps new White...

By admin on Mar 1st, 2017

COLD BLOODED KILLER? According to the local newspaper the Daily Times, Johnson Mud cut his wife throat because he was tired of her cheating, Mud is now in custody at the San Juan County Detention Center where he will await trail. THE DAILY...

By admin on Feb 20th, 2017

Group of Native American spectators claimed they were segregated at a basketball game in Queen Creek, AZ. 12 News, Nico Santos Reported:   QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. – It was supposed to be a fun time at a high school basketball game, but...

By admin on Feb 9th, 2017