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Energy Secretary Visits Kayenta

  Energy Secretary Visits Kayenta

By John Christian Hopkins Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez welcomed U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and Congressman Tom O’Halleran

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Kayenta Town Manager Daniel Peaches Passes Away

  Kayenta Town Manager Daniel Peaches Passes Away

By John Christian Hopkins Former Arizona state representative and Navajo Council delegate Daniel Peaches passed away on April 5. He

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Navajo Nation Receives $1 Million Grant for Clean Energy

  Navajo Nation Receives $1 Million Grant for Clean Energy

By Devon Delmar According to the U.S. Department of Energy, yesterday they announced a grant of more than $1 million

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Member of the Navajo Nation Tests Positive for COVID-19 Coronavirus

  Member of the Navajo Nation Tests Positive for COVID-19 Coronavirus

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – On Tuesday, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer were informed by the

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Kayenta Mine Closure Impacts Coal Supply

  Kayenta Mine Closure Impacts Coal Supply

  KAYENTA MINE CLOSURE IMPACTS COAL SUPPLY Navajo and Hopi tribal members, formerly dependent on the Kayenta coal mine for

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ADOT Warns of Slowdowns Near Kayenta

  ADOT Warns of Slowdowns Near Kayenta

According to the Arizona Department of Transportation there are going to be lane restrictions and travel delays on US 163

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A Holiday in Kayenta

  A Holiday in Kayenta

Every time a bell rings, an angels gets its wings. It takes a little longer for a Navajo Code Talker

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Kayenta Man Arrested

  Kayenta Man Arrested

A Kayenta man was sentenced to 27-and-a-half months in prison for the alleged kidnapping and two-day assault of a former

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Kayenta Solar Facility a Great Addition for Navajo Nation

  Kayenta Solar Facility a Great Addition for Navajo Nation

The Kayenta Solar Facility is up and running and sending our electricity; enough for 13-thousand Navajo homes and buildings. This

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Gun Registration Vote Misfires

  Gun Registration Vote Misfires

The Kayenta Township Commission shot down a plan to register the community’s guns. The measure had first come before the

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