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The governing board of the Window Rock Unified School District has granted superintendent Deborah Jackson-Dennison personal leave until March 21.
Eleven former members of the Navajo Nation Council and one current member have been going through ethics hearings in the past three months before the Office of Navajo Hearings and Appeals.
Another attempt will be made to oust Johnny Naize as speaker of the Navajo Nation Council.
The 50s and 60s were a good time for the members of the Navajo Nation and their best friends, the uranium companies.
Navajo casino doors close. Jobs and investments are lost. Those are the fears, if a new gaming compact between the Navajo Nation and the state of New Mexico isn't approved in time to meet a June 2015 deadline.
In a dry region with large water projects and even larger water politics, the Navajo Nation faces serious challenges in securing enough water for its future.
A legal opinion from the Navajo Department of Justice isn't stopping a subcommittee of the Resources and Development Committee from allowing Uranium Resources Inc., to move forward with an in-situ uranium recovery demonstration project in Church Rock, N.M.
One of the legacies of the Jim Crow South was the right of businesses and private individuals to discriminate against the Black population based on their race.
On March 4, 1964, the Navajo Tribal Council approved a deal that could have had a major impact on tourism on the Navajo Reservation. The key words here are "could have" because the tribe reneged on its promises.
The Forgotten People were in tribal court again on Wednesday in an effort to get an accounting of how monies set aside for the benefit of families living in the former Bennett Freeze area are being used.
These STDs are hidden epidemics of enormous health and economic consequence in the U.S.
The FBI reported on Feb. 10 that it is investigating the death of a man and woman that occurred at Casamero Lake, some 20 miles east of Thoreau.
About 20 Navajo police officers served a search warrant on a Shiprock house early Wednesday morning, arresting one person on drug and weapon charges.
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly has vetoed the additional two-percent sales tax on junk food that would have increased a bag of Hot Cheetos and 16-oz Coca-Cola from $3.12 to $3.18.
Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai announced 50 years ago that he had gone off the reservation to find the new manager for the Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild, the forerunner of the Navajo Arts and Crafts Enterprise.
A groundbreaking ceremony at the Cameron Chapter house where President Ben Shelly, Vice President Rex Lee Jim, and Speaker Naize showed up was met Friday by environmental activists and residents of the area.
It's official. The charge against former Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. are now history.
The public has an opportunity to view the pilot episode of the "More than Frybread" pilot TV episode by making a $6 contribution, according to a press release.
The New Mexico legislature's Committee on Compacts voted 12-4 on Wednesday to move the compact forward to the state legislature unamended, which has the potential of allowing two more Navajo casinos in New Mexico.
The special prosecutor for the Navajo Nation is planning to drop all charges against former Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. in connection with the misuse of tribal discretionary funds.