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NM casinos report $21.5 million in net winnings

While the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise continues to struggle to pay down the $220 million it borrowed from the Navajo Nation to build the Twin Arrows Casino and Resort, the Navajo casinos in New Mexico continue to be holding their own, according to recent documents released by the New Mexico Gaming Control Board.

Diné dress designer operates own brand out of her home

Navajo casinos to pay NM $1.9 million

While the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino continues to struggle to pay down the $220 million it borrowed from the Navajo Nation to build its casino and resort, Navajo casinos in New Mexico continue to be holding their own…

Representatives from Utah energy companies say they can provide solar energy and units for Navajo families living in remote areas on the reservation.

Breaking the cycle

Focus on international trade, speaker says, to spur economic development

Shonto opens new store after years of work by tribal officials

When Cellular One’s higher-ups at the regional office in Show Low, Arizona, were looking to diversify from the communications business, they asked their employees at the Chinle Cell One store what Chinle needed.

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye is seeking support from committees of the Navajo Nation Council for a new approach to economic development.

If the Navajo Nation can act fast, there’s an opportunity for it to develop almost enough wind and solar power to replace the 2,250 megawatts of coal-generated electricity that is now produced at the Navajo Generating Station, a representative of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation told about 30 people from the Black Mesa area …

Navajo-owned businesses are rare site nowadays, but one offers a unique service.