Posts From Alastair Lee Bitsoi
Two weeks after Kayto Sullivan, 46, fell 11 stories onto a concrete surface at the Four Corners Power Plant, his late mother sat him down and told him of her dreams about his future.
After listening to the Navajo public, the Naabik’íyáti’ Síhasin Fund Subcommittee has identified a $101 million water infrastructure plan as a priority and precursor to any community and economic development.
With no real progress for a tribally-led monument to protect 1.9 million acres in southeastern Utah, the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition has ended “lip service” talks with Rep. Rob Bishop and the Public Lands Initiative.
With the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ July 24 approval of a lease extension between owners of the Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Nation, employees like Deborah Yazzie could retire there or work until 2041.
While walking toward three dead horses in the pines of the Chooshgai Mountains Wednesday morning, Derry Lewis shouted in Navajo to the black bear to leave the scene of guts it was eating.