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Not-so-sheepish To Haltsooí commandeers vendor village for flea market

A car is definitely one of the largest purchases a family makes, and it should be made after a lot of deliberation and consideration of what they can afford.

Chinle Chapter last Monday took the first step toward constructing a vendor village at the mouth of Canyon de Chelly, with chapter members authorizing Chapter President Myron McLaughlin to apply for a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

Alana Yazzie’s hobby of creating social media content has bloomed into a small business.

In case you haven’t turned on a television, read a newspaper or checked social media in the past week, Wednesday was Equal Pay Day — the symbolic day American women’s wages “catch up” to what American men were paid in 2017.

Residents in the Eastern Navajo Agency have been complaining for years about the lack of economic development in their area.

Louis Denetsosie is scheduled to meet with President Russell Begaye today in an effort to convince him to support attempts by the Navajo Oil and Gas Company to get a $40 million investment by the tribe into the company.

Eastern chapter gets grid-tied solar array

It’s taken seven months but the first Naat’áanii Development Corporation shareholder representative has been confirmed.

Like many across the Navajo Nation, the Charley family’s home didn’t have electricity, phone service, internet or running water. That partially changed a few months ago when the family received a solar powered phone line, wi-fi and enough electricity to power the home from Sacred Wind Communications.