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Q: Should the Navajo Nation cancel Navajo Nation Fairs, July 4 events?

Navajo Nation Council Delegate Eugenia Charles-Newton said she dropped this legislation. But is seeking comments from the public. Every year, the Navajo Nation has 5 big major public events that brings the entire nation together and tourist from all over the world. The Navajo Nation Fair (Window Rock Fair), Central Navajo Nation Fair (Chinle), Western…

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Battling COVID Together

As health care professionals, we are focused on ensuring the well-being of our patients especially during these times of uncertainty. Our doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals work tirelessly to provide quality care to anyone who walks through our hospital doors.  These health care heroes come to work each day not knowing what challenges they…

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Navajo Nation Gets Dog Food

Protect the Sacred and actress Joely Fisher provide pet food to help Navajo families WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer thank Protect the Sacred, actress Joely Fisher, Nestlé Purina, Arizona Army National Guard, Navajo Nation Attorney General Doreen N. McPaul, and attorneys and staff with the Navajo Nation Department of Justice for…

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FUNDING (5/5/20)WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The United States Department of the Treasury notified the Office of the Speaker Tuesday that $600 million has been authorized for the Navajo Nation from the first distribution of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act relief funding to tribal nations. The federal funding was passed by Congress and…

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The City of Farmington Mayor, Nate Duckett told the Daily Times he was especially disappointing, given the fact that he and other elected officials had been included in a two-hour phone call with the governor’s chief of staff before the press conference, and it was his understanding the governor wanted to modify her order on…

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MILLIONS OF NAVAJO DOLLARS TURNED AWAY. NAVAJO NATION MADE CITY OF GALLUP. New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham invoked the state’s Riot Control Act on Friday to essentially lock down the city of Gallup after its mayor requested that she do so on Thursday. Under the act, all roads leading into Gallup are now closed…

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Donald Trump’s Maricopa problem

Arizona’s most populous county will go a long way to determining the next president By Stuart Rothenberg Posted April 28, 2020 at 3:48pm ANALYSIS — In 2016, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump carried Arizona by about 91,000 votes out of more than 2.6 million votes cast. His 3.5-point margin over Hillary Clinton was significantly narrower…

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The Day a Native American Tribe Drove the KKK Out of Town

Photos courtesy of the State Archives of North Carolina.

The North Carolina Klan thought burning crosses would scare the Lumbee tribe out of Robeson County. That’s not how things went down. Two crosses burned in Robeson County, North Carolina, on January 13, 1958. One was outside the home of a Native American woman who was dating a white man, the other outside the home…

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How to avoid Foggy Eyeglasses when wearing your Mask

Why does it happen? In a 1996 article in Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics, Tom Margrain, a professor at Cardiff University’s School of Optometry and Vision Sciences, explained that in general “when a spectacle wearer enters a warm environment after having been in a cooler one, his/her spectacles may ‘mist up’ due to the formation of condensation on…

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