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Begay Pushes for Hair Bun Law

  Begay Pushes for Hair Bun Law

A Navajo lawmaker wants to make sure that student athletes are not forced to remove a religious or cultural hair

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Reward Offered for Missing Man

  Reward Offered for Missing Man

A $1,500 reward has been offered for information on a missing Navajo man. Mike Teller, 57, left his home in

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Redd Runs for Congress  

  Redd Runs for Congress   

In a classic 1939 movie, Mr. Smith went to Washington. Now, 77 years later, Mr. Redd is hoping to do

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Vice President Jonathan Nez Runs In Antelope Canyon Half Marathon

  Vice President Jonathan Nez Runs In Antelope Canyon Half Marathon

Page residents may have noticed “event crossing” signs in and around town this past weekend.  That’s because runners from all

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Proposition 123: Good or Bad for Arizona Schools?

  Proposition 123: Good or Bad for Arizona Schools?

The Navajo Nation Council has unanimously endorsed Proposition 123. According to LoRenzo Bates, Speaker for the Navajo Nation Council, the

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Begaye Signs Navajo Veterans Bill

  Begaye Signs Navajo Veterans Bill

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye signed off on a bill from the council that creates a Navajo Veterans Administration. “We

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Navajo Nation Names New Controller

  Navajo Nation Names New Controller

Jim R. Parris – a member of the Osage and Cherokee Nations – has been confirmed as controller for the

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Navajo Nation Council Approves Largest Spending Package in History

  Navajo Nation Council Approves Largest Spending Package in History

The largest spending package in the history of the Navajo Nation has been passed by the Navajo Nation Council. The

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Navajo Veterans Administration Created

  Navajo Veterans Administration Created

The Navajo Nation Council approved legislation to create the Navajo Nation Veterans Administration and Advisory Council during its winter session.

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Mixing Tradition and Science

  Mixing Tradition and Science

A fifth-generation rancher and graduate student at Northern Arizona University found that traditional Navajo ranchers are well aware of changes

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