More than 80 award-winning artists and presenters attend the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) August 5 and 6, for a weekend of cultural immersion.
The Winslow City Council had another busy night July 11 as they had many items on the agenda including issues regarding the cemetery and the Public Housing Authority.
The 23rd Navajo Nation Council welcomed several groups to Window Rock July 16 who traveled miles by horseback, bicycle and jogged to take part in the annual tradition that marks the start of the summer council session.
The Office of the President and Vice President will conduct an investigation into allegations of misuse of funds by Head Start Director Sharon Singer. She was placed on leave June 29.
The Navajo Nation president and vice president were on hand in Tuba City to address concerns from the public about how health care is delivered and problems with the Indian Health Services (IHS).
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye signed July 1 legislation to provide nearly $2.2 million to employ as many as 50 high school and college students at each of the Nation’s 110 chapters this summer.
On July 6, the Navajo Nation Council voted in support of legislation in favor of a congressional bill that seeks to make tribes eligible for grants to implement an AMBER Alert (America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response).
On June 26, the Law and Order Committee passed legislation which approved an allocation of $500,000 to help with all costs associated with designing and building a Dilkon Justice Center.
The Winslow City Council had a busy night June 27 with many items on the agenda.
The U.S. Navy has had a longstanding tradition of naming Navy tug and salvage ships after Native American tribes.