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Delegate Davis Filfred accepts award for Bears Ears advocacy

DENVER, Colo. – During the annual Conservation Colorado’s “Rebel With A Cause” Fundraising Gala last week, the organization bestowed two awards to honorees…

Navajo Man sentenced to prison for sexual abuse conviction

Defendant Prosecuted Under Project Safe Childhood and as Part of Federal Initiative to Address Epidemic Incidence of Violence Against Native Women

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Navajo man from McKinley County pleads guilty to federal assault charges

ALBUQUERQUE – Vinson Six, 39, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation who resides in Smith Lake, N.M., pled guilty…

Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act signed into law

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz – The 23rd Navajo Nation Council commends the enactment of the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act,…

Health, Education, and Human Services Committee receives report from senior centers regarding issues with Chinle NAAA

TSÉŁANÍ/COTTONWOOD, Ariz. – The Health, Education, and Human Services Committee met on Monday at the Tséłaní/Cottonwood Chapter to discuss issues regarding the Chinle…

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Marine veteran receives new home through Navajo Nation’s partnership with the Southwest Indian Foundation

TOHATCHI, N.M. – Speaker LoRenzo Bates and Council Delegates Steven Begay, Alton Joe Shepherd, and Tom Chee joined disabled Navajo veteran Johnathan Becenti, as he and his wife and children received a new home in the community of Tohatchi on Tuesday according to a press release from the Speaker's Office. The new home was made possible through the partnership of the Navajo Nation Council, Nava...

Navajo leaders honor the arrival of the Navajo Treaty of 1868 to the capital of the Navajo Nation

WINDOW ROCK – Members of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council, President Russell Begaye, Vice President Jonathon Nez, and Chief Justice JoAnn B. Jayne were in attendance on Thursday, as the Navajo Nation Museum unveiled the original Treaty of 1868, also know as Naaltsoos Saní, at the “Year of Naaltsoos Saní – 150th Year of the Treaty” reception ceremony in Window Rock, Ariz.In 1864, the Navajo people we...
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Summer Adult Basketball League - Navajo Times

Navajo TimesSummer Adult Basketball LeagueNavajo TimesREHOBOTH, N.M. — Summer Adult Basketball League for open men, women and coed begins June 20 to Aug. 4 at the Rehoboth Christian gym. Entry fee is ...

Derek Tolan sets tournament record at Navajo Trail Open - The Durango Herald

The Durango HeraldDerek Tolan sets tournament record at Navajo Trail OpenThe Durango HeraldHalfway through the third and final round of the 57th Navajo Trail Open, it was clear anyone who was in conte...

Wool, mohair program stops at Navajo Nation for seventh year - Beaumont Enterprise

Beaumont EnterpriseWool, mohair program stops at Navajo Nation for seventh yearBeaumont EnterpriseFARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — A program designed to promote the purchase of wool and mohair from producers o...

Ruth Bass: Americans may be `better than this,' but history says otherwise - Berkshire Eagle

Ruth Bass: Americans may be `better than this,' but history says otherwiseBerkshire EagleRICHMOND — We flew to the Navajo reservation and park at Monument Valley recently and watched a Navajo woma...