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New Lands, Padres Mesa look toward relocation office closure

With the Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation set to sunset next year, there have been many emotional public hearings with testimony from people on the Navajo Partitioned Land and Hopi Partitioned Land who are still struggling with the aftermath of the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement.

Education

Winslow High 53rd reunion draws Diné

Months of promoting, cajoling, and well, something bordering on pestering, paid off for Jerry Sanchez and Joe Armijo, two old high school chums whose dream was to get more Native Americans out to a high school reunion.

Education

After 20 years, Black Mesa gets Head Start school

It took 20 years, but Black Mesa Chapter finally got its Head Start building.

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Halona on homesite regs: ‘We’re going to use k’e’

It was, to say the least, a tough crowd.

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New officials still want action on missing Wheatfields funds

Eight months after an audit revealed $41,000 in missing funds and $95,000 in questionable expenditures, Tsaile-Wheatfields-Blackrock Chapter has yet to determine what happened to the money and there have been no consequences for those who let it happen

Community

Babies kill with cuteness

The babies and toddlers were tired Monday after being made to stay awake through the solar eclipse, as tradition demands.

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Central Fair open; some venues change

It will be the same events we all know and love, but some different venues this year at the Central Navajo Fair.

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Dilkon requests exclusion of Pittmans

Dilkon Chapter has passed a resolution asking the Navajo Nation president and Department of Justice to exclude Dante and Rivke Pittman, aka ’Aiy and Qmamti Bnu, from the reservation based on their alleged ties to an extremist cult.

Community

Growing in popularity

Navajos getting reacquainted with farmers’ markets

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Plane crash-lands near Hard Rock

A small plane crash-landed near Hard Rock, Arizona early this morning, according to residents in the area.