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With four media-sponsored presidential candidates forums under the bridge and the primary election fast approaching, the Navajo Times is asking its readers to weigh in... [Read More]
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Enjoy a slideshow of photos from the Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial weekend in Gallup and Church Rock, New Mexico. [Read More]
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With Navajo candidate Willie Greyeyes back on the ballot, Navajos in San Juan County Utah have a good chance of taking the majority of seats... [Read More]
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There are over 300,000 members of the Navajo Nation and a percentage of that population has experienced being elected to a number of political positions. [Read More]
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The Navajo Nation Council's Health, Education and Human Services Committee on Monday unanimously voted to retrocede the Borrego Pass Community School to the U.S. Bureau... [Read More]
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With the primary for Navajo Nation president now less than two weeks away, the big question on everyone's mind is, Who are the favorites? [Read More]
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Marine Corps veteran and former prisoner of war "Gunny" PJ James walked over to Navajo Code Talker John Kinsel Sr., 97, and saw his uniform... [Read More]
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The heavy winds kicking up the sand at Red Rock Park had calmed down in time for Ashley Reine Claw to be crowned the 2018-19... [Read More]
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Baseball players in the Four Corners area have similar dreams to Dylan Begay's. [Read More]
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Alicia Tsosie was three years old when she first started to participate in song and dance competitions. Her family is very active in song and... [Read More]
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The decision by members of the Navajo Tribal Council's Advisory Committee to ban the director of DNA-People's Legal Services from the Navajo Reservation has created... [Read More]
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Diné runners like Shaun Martin have always thought of running as something more than a sport and competition. [Read More]
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Cody Lansing had to pull himself up before crossing the finish line. [Read More]
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This week: Karen Wauneka Brown, Hazel D. Foster, James Harold Clark, and Sally Marie Benally. [Read More]
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T Indian Child Welfare Act (Public Law 95-608) outlawed non-Indian foster and adoptive placements and created a process to transfer Indian child welfare cases to... [Read More]
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St. Michael Indian School announced July 30 Tazbah Shortey was appointed as principal of St. Michael Indian School — the first Navajo Catholic to hold... [Read More]
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Navajo and English speaking children and teens are needed for: child actors/actresses (ages 4-11 and teens up to 18); puppeteers; modern/traditional singers and dancers; drum... [Read More]
Tags: Navajo - Casting - teens
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In the late 1970's LeRoy Becenti went to uranium mining school and became a utility miner for Kerr-McGee in Church Rock, New Mexico. [Read More]
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Navajo Nation economic development offices are continuing several projects throughout the reservation that will provide hundreds of new jobs over the next several months. [Read More]
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Willie Grayeyes is back on the ballot for San Juan County (Utah) Commission after a federal judge found Tuesday that his opponent's claim that he... [Read More]
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