In a world where glass ceilings are still being broken, and various barriers are being breached here on our rez and elsewhere – as you are fully aware that our newly elected Navajo Nation president and vice president are very receptive to our needs, concerns, and issues.
I’m writing this as a cautionary tale to other parents who may not understand the threat of RSV (the Respiratory Syncytial Virus) in our region. The Four Corners area is thick with RSV right now, and it is highly transmissible. Its symptoms can be severe and should be taken very seriously.
Miles away from the Monument Valley highway, tucked inside the Douglas Mesa community, lives 82-year-old Lena Salt. The road to her home is paved with asphalt most of the way. However, the road turns to dirt that collects onto tires like stickers.
The Navajo Nation Board of Education called a due process hearing Jan. 6 to determine whether Nazlini Community School Inc. should turn control of its operations over to the Navajo Nation Department of Diné Education.