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Uranium cleanup report falls on few ears

Uranium cleanup on Navajo is still a major undertaking that impacts the lives of many, and the Navajo Environmental Protection Agency continues to work on these sites — even with criticism and little support from the 24th Navajo Nation Council.


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50 Years Ago: MacDonald cleared in first investigation

Back in 1982, as Peter MacDonald was running for a fourth term as tribal chairman, he agreed to sit down with me and discuss some political issues. I think he must have been in a good mood since he didn’t put any restrictions on the questions, something he had been doing for the previous couple of years, probably at the suggestion of his wife, Wanda, who often said she didn’t like some of the articles I wrote about him.



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February 10 @ 8:00 am - March 19 @ 5:00 pm MST
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Ganado Chapter special meeting

February 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm MST
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Hataali: Elders’ predictions of chaos coming true

Despite the plethora of issues that afflict the Navajo Nation, from substance abuse to the loss of language, hataalii and professor Avery Denny believes there is a remedy for all ills embedded in Diné traditional knowledge.



‘Haven legacy’ continues at Fort spelling bee

Hailey Haven was confident at the mic. Her voice was steady and clear as she spelled “Himalayan,” then “calamitous,” “gannet” and finally her champion word “brevet” during Round 23 of the Fort Defiance Agency Spelling Bee.



Coronavirus: Are tour guides at risk?

Roselyn Tso, Indian Health Services Navajo Area Director, told Council Delegates they are making a “robust effort” to educate their staff on the Novel Coronavirus, but there is still much to learn.