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NAVAJO PRESIDENT GETS TOUGH ON HOLDING LAWMAKERS ACCOUNTABLE

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PRESIDENT BEGAYE SIGNS RECALL PETITION BILL TO ALLOW VOTERS TO HOLD ELECTED OFFICIALS ACCOUNTABLE WINDOW ROCK—President Russell Begaye on Wednesday lowered barriers for recalling elected officials when he signed a bill that makes it easier for voters to remove individuals from office. Legislation No. 0239-18 amends the Navajo Election Code by reducing the number of…

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Syphilis is an epidemic in Arizona

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PHOENIX — In Arizona, there is currently a statewide outbreak of syphilis, a bacterial infection that is usually spread by sexual contact. Doctors across the state say the largest increase of syphilis cases is happening in women and newborns. The most alarming thing about this: A pregnant woman can pass syphilis to her unborn child,…

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Former Navajo Nation Employee Given Jail Time for Forgery

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — A former community service coordinator in Twin Lakes on the Navajo Nation has been sentenced to jail for forgery. Ronda Leonard began serving her 90-day sentence in tribal jail Monday. She’ll be on probation when released. She also must repay $14,200 and write an apology that will be published in…

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Black Friday Shoppers Ascend upon Farmington Wal-Mart

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Shoppers started late Thanksgiving Day at Wal-Mart in Farmington New Mexico. Thousands of shoppers lined up for the fire sale of products. Farmington police were even present to show they won’t have it for any unruly shoppers. Wal-Mart had a unique technique, they used yellow tape to designate where people can go to get in…

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Teaching America to speak Navajo

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The NY Post Reported: Every morning, students in the sprawling San Juan School District in Utah place their right hands over their hearts and recite a pledge. Despite two centuries of reasons not to honor the American flag, none of the students — nearly all Native American — have ever opted out. And they all…

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TWO NAVAJOS TO CLIMB MOUNT EVEREST

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President-Eelct Jonathan Nez congratulated two members of the Navajo Nation who will be taking on the challenge in climbing one of most deadliest mountains in the world. The air is so thin on mount Everest, they will need to take weeks acclimating to the high altitude and training before ascending to the summit of Mount Everest. According…

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Utah Tribal Leaders commend Delegate for advocacy regarding Utah tribal issues

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WENDOVER, N.V. – Council Delegate Davis Filfred (Mexican Water, Aneth, Teecnospos, Tółikan, Red Mesa) and Council Delegate Herman Daniels, Jr. (Shonto, Naa’tsis’áán, Oljato, Ts’ah Bii Kin) participated in discussions related to health care, violence against American Indian woman, foster care, transportation, and other concerns that effect Utah tribes at the Utah Tribal Leaders quarterly meeting…

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Local Governments Collect More than 11,000 Pounds of Food

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Local Governments Collect More than 11,000 Pounds of Food for ECHO Food Bank AZTEC, NM—A friendly food drive competition between local governmental organizations has collected 11,951 pounds of food for the ECHO Food Bank, to be distributed to families in need in San Juan County. The City of Aztec, City of Bloomfield, City of Farmington…

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