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Karis Begaye, the daughter of Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye, is no longer working for the Navajo Nation.

Marine vet deals with red tape – with help – to finally get new home

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Samuel Tom Holiday, one of the last surviving Navajo Code Talkers, died Monday evening (June 11) just nine days after his 94th birthday celebration at his home in Tódinéeshzhee’.

Manuelito Wheeler, director of the Navajo Nation Museum, said the Naaltsoos Sání was transported to Window Rock from Washington, D.C., by a special shipping truck.

To make the display of the Treaty of 1868 more interactive, the staff of the Navajo Nation Museum decided to allow Diné visitors to give some feedback on their own families’ Long Walk experience.

As members of the Navajo Nation celebrated the centennial of the Long Walk 50 years ago, it was also time to take note of another milestone in the cultural history of the Navajo people – the frybread.

A fire in Sawmill, Arizona consumed an estimated 350 acres on Sunday.

A fire that started around 3:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon quickly engulfed an area southeast of Sawmill, Arizona.

The treaty that helped the imprisoned Navajo people return to their homeland is here and goes on display today (June 1) at the Navajo Nation Museum.