News

Back to homepage
News

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.

News

Chichiltah man pleads guilty to child abuse

Julian King, 31,of Chichiltah, New Mexico, was sentenced to two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a federal child abuse charge.

News

3 new members of NHA board confirmed

Three new members of Navajo Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners were confirmed Thursday by the Naabik’íyáti’ Committee.

News

Public invited to Veterans Advisory Council meeting

TyAnn Nakai, chairwoman of the Navajo Nation Veterans Advisory Council, has invited the public to a work session Friday.

News

Aneth, Ganado shootings lead to two fatalities

Two fatal shootings occurred last Thursday in two separate locations on the Navajo Nation.

News

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.

News

BIA steps out of home-site lease OKs

Navajo families won’t have to wait as long to get home-site leases approved because of a decision by the Bureau of Indian Affairs to get out of the approval process.

News

Last rights

HRC hosts forums on funerals

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Leaders look for ideas for time capsule

The Navajo Tribe is soliciting ideas from tribal members about what to put in a time capsule that tribal leaders are planning to bury in two secret places in the Window Rock area to be unearthed in 2068 — 100 years later.

News

Home Improvement Program hitting hard times

The Navajo Nation’s Home Improvement Program, which was one of the more popular programs within the tribe some 25 years ago, has hit upon hard times.