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‘Heroes without capes’

Navajo Transit enduring many problems with funding

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Learning the language of computers

Coding boot camp helps young people navigate the cyber world

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National Indian gaming on the rise, report says

Revenue to the 244 federally recognized tribes that have Indian gaming is on the rise, according to a report issued Monday by the National Indian Gaming Commission.

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Confab to youth: Start a business

“It’s a source of empowerment,” said Felisha Adams about owning a business or being an entrepreneur.

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$2.2 million OK’d for summer youth jobs

Good news, young Diné worker: A couple of million bucks has been set aside for your summer employment.

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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.

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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.

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Not getting fleeced

Wool buyers say they have motives beyond profit

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Tourism looking for data to determine Navajo impact

In 2016 New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez announced a four-year growth trend in tourism on the New Mexico side, but has the Navajo Nation experienced such a boost?

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Starbucks coming to Navajo

Considering the Navajos’ love of coffee, it’s a wonder it hasn’t happened sooner. But it’s official: 2017 will be the year Starbucks comes to Navajo.