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Two Navajo Schools To Get $45 Million in Funding

  Two Navajo Schools To Get $45 Million in Funding

Maybe no one from the Navajo schools won the billion-dollar Powerball drawing last week – but the schools didn’t do

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Federal Spending Bill Would Increase BIA Funding  

  Federal Spending Bill Would Increase BIA Funding   

A federal spending bill – to keep the government operating in 2016 – contains a little good news for Native

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Navajo Delegates Speak to Law School Students

  Navajo Delegates Speak to Law School Students

How many Navajo Nation Council delegates does it take to screw in a light bulb? We don’t know the answer

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Interior Secretary Comes to Arizona

  Interior Secretary Comes to Arizona

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell visited the Navajo Nation Tuesday to highlight a new public-private partnership to bring high-speed wireless Internet

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President Begaye Touts Gaming Impact

  President Begaye Touts Gaming Impact

“Gaming has been a boon to the Navajo Nation,” tribal President Russell Begaye said. It has brought jobs and revenue

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Navajo Nation Backs Controversial Energy Bill

  Navajo Nation Backs Controversial Energy Bill

The Navajo Nation supports a controversial energy bill that passed the House of Representatives along a mostly party-line vote. H.R.

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Indian Image OK on License Plate

  Indian Image OK on License Plate

 A Christian pastor believes an Indian image on Oklahoma license plates violates his right to free speech. The 10th Circuit Court

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Pocahontas Gets Her Due

  Pocahontas Gets Her Due

Virginia finally has a federally recognized Indian tribe. The state where English settlers first met the natives more than 400

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Subcommittee Unlikely to Provide Trust Land Fix

  Subcommittee Unlikely to Provide Trust Land Fix

When the Republican-controlled House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs held a hearing last week on the convoluted

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Oops! Inadvertent Indian Slurs

  Oops! Inadvertent Indian Slurs

By John Christian Hopkins Native Americans are the Rodney Dangerfield of minorities: they don’t get any respect. During a misconduct

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