Today is an historic occasion as we witness the signing of legislation of the Navajo Veterans Administration and the Veterans Advisory Council.
We cannot lose our language. We are only stronger in our culture with our language. We have to preserve our language. Without our language we are nothing, we are no longer the Great Navajo Nation.
As we near the end of 2015, both Vice President Jonathan Nez and I would like to send our heartfelt holiday greetings and appreciation to the staff of our administration, the three branches of government, all of the Navajo Nation Employees and the greater Navajo Nation.
On behalf of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council and on behalf of the Navajo Nation Legislative Branch, I wish all of our Navajo people throughout the Navajo Nation a safe and wonderful holiday season!
By U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich Special to the Times For far too long, Indian Country has been left to fend for itself in dealing with the legacy of hardrock mining.
Rosa Parks held no elected office. She was not born into wealth or power. Yet 60 years ago on Dec. 1, Rosa Parks changed America.
As my family and I celebrate Thanksgiving and Native American Heritage Month, I always take time to reflect on the sacrifices made by my elders and ancestors, my grandmothers and grandfathers.
In support of our brave Navajo men and women serving abroad in the Armed Services, the Navajo Nation Legislative Branch will be sending care packages to our warriors who are not able to be with their families during this holiday season.
Let’s say your child has to miss school. First, a day or two. Then five days, eight days, or even 10. Not because she was sick. Not because he got into trouble. Only because of mud.