WINDOW ROCK — Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren, along with Speaker of the 25th Navajo Nation Council Crystalyne Curley, Navajo Nation Council Delegates Andy Nez, and Shaandiin Parrish, met with U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema Sept. 15 to discuss infrastructure priorities for the Navajo Nation.
KAYENTA, Ariz. — The Kayenta Health Center recently opened an inpatient unit that will ensure patient visitation rights are honored.
Native American voting rights received a win Sept. 14 when U.S. District Court Judge Susan R. Bolton ruled in favor of the Tohono O’odham Nation, the Gila River Indian Community and Native voters against a voter suppression law requiring proof of a physical address.
PHOENIX — Urban Navajos who own homes off the Navajo Nation will soon receive some unexpected help they’ll want but didn’t need to ask for.
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo Nation Speaker Crystalyne Curley, Delegate Casey Allen Johnson, and Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty joined Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren in signing into law the Navajo Nation Victim’s Rights Act of 2023 at a ceremony held at the Navajo Nation Tribal Park in Window Rock Sept. 6.
Free firewood is available on a new area of the Coconino National Forest’s Flagstaff Ranger District for valid permit holders.
TOHATCHI, N.M. – The Navajo Nation Council’s Law and Order Committee (LOC) held a regular committee meeting Aug. 28 at the Tohatchi Chapter House to hear two legislations and listen to the concerns of the community regarding public safety.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez and 13 other top prosecutors from around the U.S. are throwing their support behind efforts to compensate people sickened by exposure to radiation during nuclear weapons testing.
A group focused on shedding more light on the troubled legacy of boarding schools where Indigenous children were stripped of their culture and language as part of assimilation efforts released a new interactive map that includes dozens of additional schools in the U.S. and Canada.
For the last several months, one of the nation’s largest pipeline operators has gone from one local government meeting on the Navajo Nation to another, outlining plans for what could end up being the country’s longest hydrogen pipeline.
PHOENIX, Ariz. — Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren spoke Aug. 24 at the annual Navajo Nation Judicial Training, where he emphasized the critical role of the Navajo Nation court system and an independent judiciary.
The fraudulent charges were submitted mostly through the American Indian Health Program, a Medicaid health plan that allows providers to bill directly for reimbursement of services rendered to Native Americans and Alaska Natives.