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Navajo Nation Newspapers

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Authorities said the wildfire fire began Oct. 15. The origin is under investigation. [...]

The middle of a pandemic is an odd time for a film to open in theaters, but for ‘Neither Wolf Nor Dog,’ which returns to Flagstaff Oct. 23, is a sign of its ongoing success. [...]

As the 2020 general election nears and early voting begins, candidates are making one last attempt to garner as many votes as possible — including the Native vote. [...]

All flags on the Navajo Nation were flown at half-staff through Oct. 19 in honor of former tribal President Thomas Atcitty. [...]

On Nov. 28, Navajo Transitional Energy Company (NTEC) will kick-off its annual Community Heating Resource Program (CHRP), which provides free coal to all 110 Navajo Chapters. [...]

The Navajo Epidemiology Center and Diné College recently released its “2020 Navajo Nation Maternal and Child Health Needs Assessment,” which incorporates traditional understandings of health on the Navajo Nation. [...]

Coconino County District 4 Supervisor candidates are very different in many ways and Ms. Judy Begay is the clear choice for voters based on her exceptional background. [...]

Greetings to everyone! I am Judy Begay from Coalmine Mesa/Tuba City, Arizona, and I am running for a seat on the Coconino County Board of Supervisors for District 4. [...]

In 2013, Bob Thorpe and other Representatives sued our State opposing the State Congress passing and Gov. Brewer (R) signing expansion of Medicaid that benefits lower-middle income people by using Federal funds. [...]

When Donald Trump took office three and a half years ago, the left shuddered, the media wailed, and the rest of us held our breath to see what he was going to do with our country. It didn't take long to find out. [...]

Water, in all its complicated cultural and spiritual forms, is the subject of a new exhibit at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, Arizona. [...]

On Oct. 14, firefighters responded to a fire at Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s) Welding/Cosmo facility in St. Johns. [...]

With official non-profit status, Hopi Relief is pushing forward into the changing season, with immediate COVID-19 needs in mind, but also looking for how to help in the future. [...]

Residents of the Navajo Nation won’t get extra time to cast their ballots and be sure they are counted. [...]

With 10,737 total positive COVID-19 cases, the Navajo Nation Department of Health has issued three additional 56-hour weekend lockdowns. [...]

I am running as an Independent because divisive party politics are not solving Arizona’s problems. [...]

Representative Walter Blackman is a Republican who won the 2018 Midterm General Election for State Representative for LD6. [...]

A new federal law enforcement training center for Native American officers in northeastern North Dakota should be starting classes in the next month, U.S. Sen John Hoeven said Oct. 9. [...]

Hopi Law Enforcement Services (HLES) provides this report as a service to the citizens of the Hopi Reservation. [...]

To keep domestic violence victims safe, Strengthening Nations Inc., a nonprofit domestic violence shelter, needs your help. So they’re going to have a virtual telethon this Saturday. The post DV shelter to raise money with Saturday online telethon appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

Lack of credit history, poor documentation and onerous application requirements are leaving small Navajo-owned businesses out of COVID-19 aid, U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., learned during a Dineh Chamber of Commerce conference call last Friday. The post ‘Almost in ruins’: Limited access to COVID-19 relief, PPE leaves businesses struggling appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

View the latest charts and a map showing the extent of the coronavirus on the Navajo Nation. The post In numbers: COVID-19 Across the Navajo Nation appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

Navajo Transitional Energy Company will get $75 million in order to keep Four Corners Power Plant running, and Navajo leadership is aware of the deal. The post NTEC to expand interest in Four Corners plant appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

The anxiously awaited online application portal for COVID-19 hardship assistance is scheduled to open Nov. 2. The post Application set for Nov. 2; elders, persons with disabilities are priority appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

I believe the key for Diné people’s vote will be to preserve and protect their rights, beautiful land, culture, and language on a sovereign nation, which allows honoring traditional ways of life for the tribe. The post Letters: It’s election time again appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

Comics by Navajo Times editorial cartoonist Jack Ahasteen. The post Comics by Jack Ahasteen appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

While the hardship assistance payments for individual Navajos are almost ready to roll out, the $90 million in COVID-19 relief allocated to the 110 chapters is more complicated and may take more time, the director of the Division of Community Development said last week. The post Spending of chapter CARES Act funds in planning phase appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

Before the pandemic, everyone regularly walked up to the hill to make phone calls and check text messages. The post Hill becomes makeshift classroom for a Fish Point family appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]

Her Freightliner Cascadia tractor has a Detroit DD15 engine with a DT12 transmission and she can back it up to a target, which happens quite often as she drives her big rig across the country. The post Handbag designer rides out the pandemic as a long-haul trucker appeared first on Navajo Times. [...]