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Loss of Code Talker Samuel “Jesse” Smith

  Loss of Code Talker Samuel “Jesse” Smith

The Navajo Nation communications office reports the loss of former Marine Code Talker, Samuel “Jesse” Smith, Senior. Smith lost his

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LeChee Navajo Receive Electricity for First Time

  LeChee Navajo Receive Electricity for First Time

More than five dozen families from the LeChee Chapter on the Navajo Nation will receive electricity for the first time

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Navajo Nation Speaker Naize Placed on Leave

  Navajo Nation Speaker Naize Placed on Leave

On Friday, the Navajo Nation Council voted to place Speaker Johnny Naize on paid administrative leave following bribery and conspiracy

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Lake Powell Life Tops 200,000 Page Views After Only 7 Months

  Lake Powell Life Tops 200,000 Page Views After Only 7 Months

Launched last September, online news publication Lake Powell Life dot com has topped the 200,000 page view mark after only

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Navajo Nation Awarded $1 Billion for Uranium Mine Clean-Up

  Navajo Nation Awarded $1 Billion for Uranium Mine Clean-Up

On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Justice awarded $1 billion to the Navajo Nation for uranium mine clean-up on the

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Crash Kills 5 on 160 Near Tuba City

  Crash Kills 5 on 160 Near Tuba City

The Navajo Nation has announced a multi-jurisdictional investigation into a crash that killed 5 people on Highway 160 near Tuba

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Junk Food Tax Still Has a Chance on Navajo Nation

  Junk Food Tax Still Has a Chance on Navajo Nation

Tribal lawmaker Jonathan Hale has sponsored legislation to override Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly’s veto of the “Junk Food Tax,”

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Cameron 89 Road Work Underway

  Cameron 89 Road Work Underway

The Arizona Department of Transportation has just announced the start of a new project which is underway to expand US

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Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday, Except in Arizona

  Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday, Except in Arizona

For most of the U.S., time springs forward an hour on Sunday for daylight saving time, except in Arizona. For

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Shelly Meets with Interior on Navajo Site Leasing Act

  Shelly Meets with Interior on Navajo Site Leasing Act

After meeting with Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly, the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) is moving forward with an act

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