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Navajo Nation › On June 14 14-day change
New cases 2 -29%
New deaths 0 -30%
 
14-day change trends use 7-day averages.

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Penalties increased for dog attacks

The rampant stray dog population on Navajo Nation has grown to 250,000 and the Navajo Nation Council amended Title 17 of the criminal code to address dogs running at large and to establish criminal penalties for vicious dog attacks.

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2nd round of hardship checks possible

On June 2, delegates Eugenia Charles-Newton and Vince James submitted a request for a bill to use American Rescue Plan Act funds to give every enrolled Diné adult $2,000 and every child $1,000 in hardship assistance.

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Letters: Animal welfare, responsible pet owners needed

After months of intense lockdowns and other pandemic-related interventions, the measures have had a considerable impact on COVID’s decline. While on the subject of public health, the discussion of free-roaming dog populations, both owned and stray, have a number of public health concerns, especially since the pet population continues to multiply without intervention.

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Diné is New Mexico Young Architect of Year

Tamarah Begay was listening to the virtual awards ceremony for the New Mexico chapter of the American Institute of Architects two weeks ago, a little disappointed her Chinle campus for Navajo Technical University hadn’t won a statewide award.

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