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Code Talker Teddy Draper Dies

  Code Talker Teddy Draper Dies

Navajo Code Talker Teddy Draper, Sr., 96, died just after 7 a.m. this morning in Prescott. “With the tragic news

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Mike Family Files Lawsuit Against Navajo Nation

  Mike Family Files Lawsuit Against Navajo Nation

The Navajo Times reporting this morning that father of Ashlynne Mike has filed suit against the Navajo Nation claiming that

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Navajo Nation Sues Wells Fargo

  Navajo Nation Sues Wells Fargo

The Navajo Nation has filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo claiming predatory and unlawful banking practices. The tribe’s lawyer has

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White House Honors Code Talkers

  White House Honors Code Talkers

HISTORICAL CONTRIBUTION OF NATIVE AMERICAN CODE TALKERS IS INVALUABLE, CULTURAL INSENSITIVITY IS UNFORTUNATE WASHINGTON, DC – Today, during an event at the

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Navajo Inter-Government Contract Questions

  Navajo Inter-Government Contract Questions

Intergovernmental Contracts Questioned The Navajo Nation’s Law and Order Committee gave a thumbs down to a bill to approve a

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Navajo Border Grows Along New Mexico

  Navajo Border Grows Along New Mexico

PRESIDENT BEGAYE SIGNS AGREEMENT ADDING 37,000 ACRES ALONG NEW MEXICO BORDER WINDOW ROCK, Ariz – On Monday, Nov. 6, President

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Clara Pratte is New Chief of Staff

  Clara Pratte is New Chief of Staff

New Chief of Staff in Window Rock Clara Pratte has taken over the duties as chief of staff for the

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Diabetes on the Minds of Navajo Leaders

  Diabetes on the Minds of Navajo Leaders

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz – President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez strongly urge the United States Senate to support

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Monday Meeting on ONHIR Closing in Tuba City

  Monday Meeting on ONHIR Closing in Tuba City

Office of the Navajo President and Vice President TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING ONHIR TRANSITION AND CLOSURE The Office of the President and Vice President (OPVP) will hold another public meeting regarding the proposed transition and closure of the Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation (ONHIR) at the Tuba City Chapter House on Monday, Nov. 6, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. OPVP has hosted nine public hearings and six public meetings in the impacted areas over the past year. The meeting will provide a forum for relocatees to present their concerns about the closure of ONHIR, including any and all examples of unfulfilled obligations ONHIR must complete before it closes its doors. “Those who have been impacted by the relocation need to continue to submit their information. This information is important for us to

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Begaye Glad Escalade Vote Failed

  Begaye Glad Escalade Vote Failed

  Apparently some ideas are just too good to give up on. On Halloween Navajo Nation Council Delegate Benjamin Bennett

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