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Starbucks Kicks off in Chinle


Navajo Times Cindy Yurth Reports: It’s Valentine’s Day, and you know what Navajos really love? Their coffee. So it was no surprise that word had percolated to the community and the second Starbucks on the rez was already bustling on its first day in business, even if it is located inside a nursing home. Patrons…

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Navajo Airman continues family’s military legacy at Whiteman


Airman 1st Class Phillip Rock is part of his family’s legacy of military service – a legacy that, in fact, would not have continued if it weren’t for that military service itself. Stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base, Rock is a B-2 Spirit weapons load crew member in the 509th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. It is…

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Congressman O’Halleran met with Navajo Nation Lawmakers


WINDOW ROCK – On Friday, members of the 24 thNavajo Nation Council had the opportunity to meet with Congressman Tom O’Halleran (D – AZ 1st District) to discuss critical issues facing the Navajo Nation, advocate for increased federal support and resources, and to address the effects of the government shutdown to federally funded services provided…

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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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Navajo Post Giving Away a Sheep


It’s time for the Holidays! The Navajo Post Newspaper will be giving away a Live FREE sheep to one of our readers on December 7, 2018. STEPS TO ENTER THE CONTEST Enter your cell phone number here to get Text Message Alerts from the Navajo Post. Like our Facebook page Share one of our…

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Is Facebook Predicting the Next Navajo Nation President? Interesting poll shows Nez leading


Interesting Poll Shows Jonathan Nez Leading Joe Shirley for Navajo Nation President. As the election comes down to the wire, things are heating up between the Shirley and Nez camp. Is facebook predicting the next Navajo Nation President?

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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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