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New Chinle nursing home facility  Dedicated


CHINLE, Ariz. – On Thursday, Council Delegate Nelson S. BeGaye (Lukachukai, Rock Point, Round Rock, Tsaile/Wheatfields, Tsé Ch’ izhi) attended a dedication ceremony for the new Chinle nursing home facility, also known as the “Dr. Guy Gorman, Sr. Care Home,” in Chinle, Ariz. The new facility located east of the Chinle Comprehensive Care Center. The late Dr.…

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The Window Rock store's leadership team includes (from left) Corrine Mitchell, store director; Harold Arviso, meat cutter; and Sasha Gilmore, Starbucks manager

‘A True Revitalization’ The Window Rock revamp is one of the latest projects in an aggressive store remodel strategy that began in 2015 targeting all of the banners within Bashas’ Family of Stores throughout Arizona, including Bashas’ Supermarkets, AJ’s Fine Foods, Food City and Diné Markets. By the time of the Window Rock store’s grand…

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Granddaughter works to save Barry Goldwater photo collection

Alison Goldwater Ross, the granddaughter of former Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater, poses as she unpacks some of her grandfather's framed photographic work at Scottsdale's Museum of the West, on Dec. 13, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (Ross D. Franklin / Associated Press)

By ANITA SNOWAssociated Press SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) _ In Alison Goldwater Ross’ earliest memories of her grandfather Barry Goldwater, there’s always a 35mm camera hanging from his neck. The senator photographed more than 15,000 images of Arizona’s landscapes and Native Americans over his lifetime. Twenty years after Goldwater’s death, Ross wants to preserve the Republican…

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Navajo lawmakers meet in three-day special session


WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) _ Navajo Nation lawmakers are meeting in a special session with a lengthy agenda. The three-day session begins Wednesday in the tribal capital of Window Rock. It will be streamed live online. The 24 lawmakers on the Navajo Nation Council will consider 20 bills, including several for road repairs, construction and…

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NTEC refutes incomplete study claiming forecasted losses for NTEC


FARMINGTON, N.M. – Navajo Transitional Energy Company responded to a study that claims financial losses of NTEC’s investment into the Four Corners Power Plant. “The study released by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis is far from correct in assuming that NTEC would lose $170 million through 2027 due to our investment into…

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Navajo Transitional Energy Company contributes $3 million to the Navajo Nation 


WINDOW ROCK– On Monday, officials with the Navajo Transitional Energy Company presented a check in the amount of $3 million to the Navajo Nation during a brief ceremony held at the Council Chamber in Window Rock. The NTEC board approved the $3 million distribution on Dec. 1, which comes from the company’s projected net income for…

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Fighting to keep Middle College High School Open


SANTA FE, N.M.– On Wednesday, Council Delegate Olin Kieyoomia (Coyote Canyon, Mexican Springs, Naschitti, Tohatchi, Bahastl’a’a’) went before the New Mexico Public Education Commission to advocate for the continuation of Middle College High School, a charter school under the Gallup-McKinley County Schools, which is located on the University of New Mexico – Gallup Campus. Middle College High…

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The Navajo Times Reported: OLJATO-TSÉBII’NDZISGAII, Utah – Monument Valley Tribal Park has closed after a fellowship was filming without a filming permit, leading to a demonstration, according to law enforcement. The fellowship was ousted while filming for “Witness in the Desert,” a project led by Derek Broes, a “gnostic luciferian,” better known as “Global Witness.”…

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Phoenix Zoo says good bye to Bald Eagle Polaris


PHOENIX – 31 years ago the phoenix zoo took in a majestic bald eagle with a broken wing from Washington State. Polaris couldn’t be released back into the wild so they kept the eagle and has since been there, but recently the Phoenix Zoo said Polaris the Bald eagle has died. View this post on…

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