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OPVP on board Trump train

Although both President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez campaigned for Hillary Clinton, the two seem to be gearing up to work with the new administration.

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Mail-in voting ‘confusing’ in Utah

Eva John says the predominantly mail-in voting system in San Juan County is highly confusing.

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Unofficial Navajo Nation Election Results

Here are unofficial election results from Tuesday, Nov. 8’s, general election on the Navajo Nation, as provided by the Election Administration. The results are in Adobe PDF format and about

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Trump Jr. holds 11th-hour rally in Shiprock

With just five days to spare before America elects its next president, Republicans gathered in Shiprock to rally around Donald Trump, Jr., the eldest son of the Republican presidential candidate.

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Trump Jr. to visit Shiprock

Donald Trump Jr., eldest child of Republican presidential contender Donald Trump, will visit the Shiprock Chapter House Friday …

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Pearce: Fort Wingate agreement necessary

For 12 years, Steve Pearce has tried to find a solution to an Indian land dispute in his congressional district.

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20-minute speech draws 3 hours of questions

The Navajo Nation Council made certain to question Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez thoroughly after they gave their State of the Navajo Nation Address during the first day of Navajo Nation Council Fall Session.

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Begaye budget legal; vetoes stand

Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch has advised that the budget signed by Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye is legal, and with that his $659.7 million budget with its 17 line-item vetoes will be carried out.

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Council, prez at odds over budget

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye countered accusations that he was off the Navajo Nation when he signed the FY2017 budget and lobbed some accusations of his own.

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Council fights back on budget

Navajo Nation Speaker LoRenzo Bates and the Navajo Nation Council say they are not going to sit back and let the comprehensive budget they approved be altered by Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye, because they have reason to believe that his signature on the list of vetoes and the budget he signed is not legal.