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FBI doubles reward for information regarding murder of Navajo man

On October 5, 2020, Billy was found deceased in a wash east of the Sinclair gas station near mile marker 23 on U.S. Highway 64.

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Navajo president backs bill to protect Native American voting rights

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez told a Senate panel Oct. 20 that special protections are needed to reverse the “very disrespectful” treatment of Native Americans who face extraordinary challenges in the voting process.

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A vision for the future of tribal relationships at Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park recently held a virtual meeting with local tribal representatives and project managers, referred to as the Intertribal Working Group, to discuss strategies and future planning operations in the park.

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Melissa Skeet plans 300-mile skating trip across Navajo Nation for MMIW awareness

Former roller derby athlete Melissa Skeet, known as Skeet Fighter, is roller skating more than 300 miles, from Window Rock to Flagstaff and back (the length of The Long Walk) to bring awareness to missing and murdered Indigenous women, children and two-spirit people.

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Native artist shares message of hope as he recovers from life threatening infection

In the end, it was a tiny cactus needle embedded in his toe after a river trip that put ethnobotanist, river guide and artist Jonah Hill, who is Hopi and Quechan, into the hospital with a life-threatening infection.

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Navajo employees receive melons from Nation

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and staff joined Division Director for Division of Natural Resources Rudolph Shebala and Division Director for Division of Community Development Pearl Yellowman to distribute an assortment of melons to Navajo Nation employees and community members.