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NTUA to delay utility service disconnections, late, and reconnection fees

See a statement from Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) social media page for all Navajo Nation residence. NTUA Temporary Policy We understand the public concern relating to the Coronavirus (COVID19) and know that some customers could face financial challenges because of this public health threat; therefore, we will delay utility service disconnections, late, and reconnection…

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Arizona schools state-wide to close, Gov. Ducey says

ARIZONA, USA — Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman have announced the state-wide closure of schools, according to a press release. The closure is slated to take effect Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27.  “As more schools announce closures and education administrators express staff shortages within their schools, now is the time to…

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Get Tested for COVID- 19 at San Juan Regional Medical Center

SJRMC Continues External Assessment for Patients with Flu/Cold-Like Symptoms Such as fever, cough, body aches, sore throat and runny nose San Juan Regional Medical Center continues efforts to protect our community while providing quality care for our patients. Our External Assessment Area for those with flu/cold-like symptoms continues on Monday, March 16; Wednesday, March 18;…

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Navajo Nation Chapter Meetings could get cancelled

Community members filled the special meeting held by the Resources and Development Committee at Cameron Chapter on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, to hear vendor issues with the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department, updates on the Cameron farming project, two reports form the Navajo Department of Agriculture and a project update from the Navajo Division of Transportation.

As of March 16, 2020, some Navajo chapter officials and the Legislative branch confirmed they will issue an official directive on whether or not Chapter meetings will be cancelled. Chapter meetings are community events where they delegate community issues on economic development, business related activities on behalf of those perspective communicates within the Navajo Nation.…

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Phoenix, Tempe Booms Arizona Economy

Phoenix and Tempe, the home of Arizona State University, there are skyscrapers over light rail and a taste of the urbanist dream and it’s booming, according to the New York Times. Tempe has seen more economic activity than any other area in the valley. Skyscrapers are going up, a lot of development and with the…

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Coronavirus crisis is hurting America’s retail industry

A shopper walks past empty shelves normally stocked with soaps, sanitizers, paper towels, and toilet paper at a Smart & Final grocery store, March 7, 2020 in Glendale, California. - Fears of coronavirus or COVID-19, the disease that has sickened more than 100,000 people worldwide and has killed more than 3,400, has led nervous residents to frantically stock up on canned food as well as cleaning and hygiene products. California prepared to disembark passengers from a virus-hit cruise ship as officials played down any risk to local communities. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)

New York (CNN Business)The coronavirus crisis is hurting America’s retail industry, so many stores are shutting their doors or reducing their hours. Walmart (WMT), the largest retailer in America, said Saturday that it will modify its store hours in response to the pandemic, while other retailers plan to temporarily close stores. Beginning Sunday, all of…

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What Small Businesses can do during Economic Contraction

Strategize. Plan. Prepare. Throughout the U.S. businesses are retreating, cutting back, laying off people, pulling back on planned events that brought thousands to cities and small towns, increasing the spending power of local economies. Hotels have seen the impact due to cancellations. Economic confidence declines. Consumers are fearful right now due to massive alerts of…

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NM Chapter’s get $14.7M for projects

Nation’s leaders work together to secure  $14.7 million in Capital Outlay Funds in New Mexico WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer thank the New Mexico State Legislature and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham for their support of infrastructure funding through H.B. 349, which secured over $14.7 million in Capital Outlay…

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Navajo President urging Enterprises to close

Nez-Lizer announce temporary reduction in non-essential government services, closure of schools, and public parks to prevent spread of COVID-19 WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – On Friday, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer announced more proactive measures to prevent the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus on the Navajo Nation by temporarily reducing the number…

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