Obituaries for June 29, 2017

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Obituaries for June 29, 2017

Rudy Redd Victor FARMINGTON — On June 16, 2017, the Victor family was notified that the remains of their beloved brother, Airman First Class Rudy Redd Victor, were found in

News

Council OK’s lease to keep NGS open

After nearly eight hours of debate, the Navajo Nation Council on Monday passed legislation that will permit the Navajo Generating Station to remain open through 2019.

Business

Nation’s economy lags behind U.S., new book says

The Navajo Nation is still a long way from catching up to the economic level of the rest of the United States, according to a new book looking at the past and future of economic development on the Navajo Reservation.

News

Burglars hit DV program

Employees at Ama doo Alchini Bighaan, the domestic violence program in Chinle, came to work Monday to find the trailer that houses the program ransacked.

News

Sexual harassment case raises cultural questions

Could Navajos and bilagáanas have differing definitions of sexual harassment?

News

Police talking to man barricaded in Tuba City apartment

An Anglo man is barricading himself in his Pasture Canyon apartment after he caused a disturbance Thursday morning, according to Flagstaff Patrol Lt. Jim Coffey of the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division.

Business

A way of life expressed through wool and mohair buys

It was a sweltering morning but dozens of people last Friday waited in a line to sell raw sheep and goat fleece to buyers from the eastern U.S.

Business

Not getting fleeced

Wool buyers say they have motives beyond profit

News

Nation to expect high heat despite some clouds, rain

With no rain in the forecast for the reservation and expected temperatures to go into the three-digit range, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye signed an executive order and put into place a Stage 1 fire restriction that will remain in effect until further notice.

Politics

Crotty testifies on Amber Alert before Senate panel

Navajo Nation Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty has diligently worked toward the Navajo Nation developing its own Amber Alert system.