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Diné Entrepreneur Series brings resources, information to Navajo entrepreneurs

WINDOW ROCK – The Diné Entrepreneur Series concluded Wednesday, May 22 at the Navajo Nation Museum after three days of workshops, panels, and presentations by Division of Economic Development staff and partners.

President Nez delivered the opening address on Monday morning and expressed the administration’s focus on supporting and promoting Navajo businesses and entrepreneurs.

“We’re…

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Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez To Join Udall As Honored Guest For State Of The Union

WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall announced that Jonathan Nez, President of the Navajo Nation, will be Udall’s guest at the 2019 State of the Union Address tonight, Tuesday, February 5,…

24th Navajo Nation Council takes office and elects Council Delegate Seth Damon as Speaker Pro Tem

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – On Tuesday, the 24th Navajo Nation Council took their oath of office at noon during the 2019…

Wounded Golden Eagle found at NAPI



A safety technician, employed by NAPI, found a wounded golden eagle on Tuesday, January 8 at approximately 11:00 a.m.…

116th Congress convenes


WASHINGTON—The 116th Congress are sworn in and a number of measures are adopted including the adoption of rules, the election…

Referendum bill requesting salary adjustments for president and vice president to be considered by President Russell Begaye

WINDOW ROCK – The Navajo Nation Council met in a special session on Friday, and voted 17-3 in support of Legislation No. 0272-18,…

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San Juan County Commission will begin holding regular meetings on Navajo Nation - Salt Lake Tribune

San Juan County Commission will begin holding regular meetings on Navajo Nation  Salt Lake TribuneMonticello • San Juan County may have only 15,000 residents, but it's the largest county in Utah by geography, sprawling across 5 million acres of canyons, ...

A Navajo student had eagle feathers on her graduation cap. Her Utah school told her to take them off — or she couldn't walk across the stage. - Salt Lake Tribune

A Navajo student had eagle feathers on her graduation cap. Her Utah school told her to take them off — or she couldn't walk across the stage.  Salt Lake TribuneMost of what Tasheena Savala wore to honor her Navajo heritage was covered by the billowy folds of her graduation gown. Under it, she had on a traditional ...

Could This New Approach Unlock Gigawatts Of Native American Solar Energy Potential? - Forbes

Could This New Approach Unlock Gigawatts Of Native American Solar Energy Potential?  ForbesNative American lands across the lower 48 states are home to an estimated 17.6 terawatt-hours (TWh) of solar energy potential – a staggering amount ...

It's not the Green New Deal: It's the Red Deal… and it's in NM - New Mexico Political Report

It's not the Green New Deal: It's the Red Deal… and it's in NM  New Mexico Political ReportActivist Cheyenne Antonio lists the toxic legacies left by resource extraction and industry on Navajo lands: Superfund sites, coal mines, uranium contamination.

Navajo artist's beadwork featured at Rocky Mountain College Festival of Cultures - Billings Gazette

Navajo artist's beadwork featured at Rocky Mountain College Festival of Cultures  Billings GazetteA faint smoky smell pervades the small deer skin pouches that Michael Largo spends hours hand-stitching. While making his pouches, which he designs himself ...

I-40 traffic delayed by construction - Navajo Times

I-40 traffic delayed by construction  Navajo TimesGALLUP. Traffic on I-40 east of Gallup at Jamestown is backing up due to construction and highway officials say the delays will last until later this summer.

Nation to be reimbursed for storm expenses - Navajo Times

Nation to be reimbursed for storm expenses  Navajo TimesWINDOW ROCK. The total expended to prepare for the severe snowstorms that hit Navajo in February tallied to about $570,000, and the Navajo Nation is due to ...

Navajo Student Who Was Homeless and Hungry Throughout College Receives Doctorate Degree - Inside Edition

Navajo Student Who Was Homeless and Hungry Throughout College Receives Doctorate Degree  Inside EditionWe are not as lucky as other people, but that's not a good enough excuse," said Dakota Kay, who now has his doctorate in physical therapy.

A re-boot for Navajo, Gila County broadband projects - White Mountain Independent

A re-boot for Navajo, Gila County broadband projects  White Mountain IndependentWHITE MOUNTAINS – With funding for the Navajo-Gila County Information Technology Consortium pending since last November, the group has re-applied for ...

Neither county chooses granddaughter for Pinto's seat - Navajo Times

Neither county chooses granddaughter for Pinto's seat  Navajo TimesGALLUP and AZTEC, N.M.. Courtesy photo N.M. Sen. John Pinto. The McKinley County and San Juan County commissions have made their choices of whom ...