Navajo-Hopi Land Commission steps into livestock fray
Her sheep and goats impounded by the Hopi Rangers and Bureau of Indian Affairs and warned not to come back to her home is reason Caroline Tohonnie protested Thursday in the tribal capital.
Guest Essay by Delegate Leonard Tsosie: ‘He had to “duck” into his black-shaded SUV to avoid the Navajo people. Such a sad sight and day.’
A $200,000 check from the Interior Department will help jumpstart the Navajo Nation’s efforts to take local control of Bureau of Indian Education-funded schools.
At a public hearing held in Window Rock on how to use the $554 million settlement with the federal government, almost everyone was in agreement with one thing – put the money into trust and use only the interest to improve the quality of life on the reservation.
Their limbs seemed to be in proportion. Their broken skin scarcely covered the intricate work of muscles and arteries beneath. And their grey hair tousled into a straight-out-of-the-grave look was flowing when they ran after human bait.
Dineh Benally, VP running mate to Joe Shirley, Jr., has a history of violating lease agreements.
The fight between members of the Raymond Nakai administration and the Old Guard on the Navajo Tribal Council took a strange turn this week with accusations that the editor of
It’s been 50 years since Billy Mills won his Olympic gold metal in the 10,000-meter run in Tokyo, Japan in 1964.