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Entrepreneur program empowers Native women to forge a brighter future

Diplomas in hand, 16 Navajo women became the latest graduating class of Project DreamCatcher, a free business training program that aims to create economic opportunities for female Native entrepreneurs.

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Diné College faculty and true warrior loses battle with cancer

Career Navajo educator LaFrenda Frank, a former instructor of English and advanced reading at Diné College, passed away the evening of Dec. 2 in Albuquerque. Frank died after a two-year battle with cancer.

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Environmental Protection Agency settles with Hopi Tribe for Safe Drinking Water Act

The Hopi Tribe has agreed to pay a $3,800 penalty for failing to meet the terms of a 2016 agreement to reduce arsenic levels in drinking water at the Hopi Cultural Center.

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Public information: Census Bureau outlines 2020 Census plans to count American Indians and Alaska Natives

In November, leaders from the U.S. Census Bureau briefed media outlets that serve the American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) community on the status of the 2020 Census, describing the efforts underway for all people to be accurately counted and the opportunity for individuals to apply for temporary jobs supporting the operation.

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Around the Rez: week of Dec. 11

Upcoming news and events on and around the Hopi and Navajo reservations.

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Out of the past: A visit by Burma’s Prime Minister

Burma’s Prime Minister, U Nu, and part of his official party stand with members of the Hopi Tribe on the dance platform following a special dance on July 11, 1955.

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The following aviation stories are from the wildland firefighters who serve and protect Indian Country throughout our great nation. (Courtesy of the National Interagency Fire Center)