Posts From Krista Allen

Back to homepage

Montana group sues Zinke for national monument info

A Whitefish, Montana, conservation group is suing the federal government for ignoring their request for information about the Obama administration’s deliberations about five national monuments.


Bill introduced to keep Navajo Generating Station open

The long-awaited replacement lease legislation to keep the Navajo Generating Station open was released Wednesday evening.


Natives dismayed

Tribes, groups not given access to Zinke during Bears Ears visit


Listening sessions set on future of NGS

The Department of the Interior this week will host four listening sessions concerning the future of the Navajo Generating Station.


Whooping cough on the rise

It is no longer a distant memory from the Great Depression, whooping cough has made a resurgence in Coconino County …


‘Because we love it’

Youth minister and volunteers cleaning up illegal dumpsites


Utah Diné to take on 42-year senate veteran Hatch

He is 34 years old and is likely the first Utah Diné to run for the U.S. Senate and hopes to unseat the long-time senator, Orrin Hatch.


Coming together

Shonto opens new store after years of work by tribal officials


Forest Lake in the dark due to electricity shutoff

The photovoltaic panels covering the roof of a Central Navajo chapter house were only less than a year into an expected 30-year life span when they failed recently during a nearly two-week utility service disconnection.


Shots fired at Dennehotso man, woman claims

The Navajo Nation’s Kayenta police are looking for a man who fired six shots at another man, according to the aunt of the suspect.