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Brian Parrish named new gaming CEO

Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise Chief Operating Officer Brian Parrish, who has been acting CEO since former interim CEO Derrick Watchman was placed on administrative leave last September, has been selected as CEO of the tribal enterprise …

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Just-A-Buck opens in Tónaneesdizí

Miss Western Navajo Teen Shalby Del Villar on Saturday bought a number of L.A. COLORS cosmetics and a measuring tape for just a few bucks at the new store within the Tónaneesdizí Shopping Center.

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Tribal workers forced to unionize?

Tribal employees who spoke to the Navajo Times under the condition of anonymity said they have been pushed to join a union, a choice that was meant to be optional.

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Farmington airport boasts bigger planes, more seats

The flight marks the first of what will be regular service to and from Denver and available through Great Lakes, the only airline serving Four Corners Regional Airport.

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Sippable art

Native-designed Starbucks cups roll out in time for Christmas

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Kayenta welcomes reservation’s first rental store

Kayenta Township is about to get a new store.

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New gaming compact good news for Navajo

Eight Arizona tribal leaders and Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday signed an agreement regarding a 14-year-old gaming compact.

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Navajo Nation contemplating ‘divorce’ from Wells Fargo

The Navajo Nation Budget and Finance Committee told a Wells Fargo Bank representative Tuesday the tribe is contemplating “divorcing” the bank if it doesn’t improve services to the Navajo people.

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‘You don’t look like an architect’

Diné woman hopes 40 under 40 award will change people’s perceptions

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New DDC head faces staffing challenges

There is a little known Navajo-owned corporation operating and working in the highly sensitive and technical information technology field – Diné Development Corporation, or DDC.