The Department of the Interior announced the 13-member Derogatory Geographic Names Task Force has concluded its review of the more than 660 geographic features featuring the name sq___, a term that has historically been used as an offensive ethnic, racial and sexist slur, particularly for Indigenous women.
Drivers can expect lane restrictions on US 89 in the Page area for road maintenance through July 8.
In [the June 9] edition of the Navajo Times, editor Duane Beyale once again printed a self-written article ridiculing me for attending graduations for Navajo students and for posting what he thinks is too many photos on social media.
Crime rates on the Navajo Nation are disproportionately high, and with services few and far between, victims of these crimes often find themselves without much needed resources.
Łeeyi’ tó is the Navajo word for the place known as Klagetoh and means ‘Water-in-the-Ground.’
The V-Bar-V Heritage Site, located on the Coconino National Forest’s Red Rock Ranger District, has re-opened following several months of construction work and site improvements.
As a thank you to the individuals who have served the country, Homolovi State Park in Winslow, Arizona will offer the following discounted day use access.
As a member of the Navajo Nation, Asdzaani nishlóó, as a resilient woman, I am on the front lines of the fight to protect Mother Earth, Nihoosdzaan Nihima. Every day, polluting industries seeking to extract resources from these lands bring my ancestral home in New Mexico under threat.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers that a 10-foot vehicle width restriction will be in place on State Route 260 at the Moenkopi Wash Bridge (milepost 324) from May 5 to the middle of October.
The Hopi Health Care Center is excited to announce the return of their Indigenous Pride Health Worker (IPHW) 8-Week Summer Program.
Tuba City Regional Health Care Center is now accepting students for three training programs that will be offered in 2022.
The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission announce the Federal Trade Commission has hired JND Legal Administration to oversee the refund process for eligible consumers who purchased a vehicle from Tate’s Auto after January 1, 2013 and later had their vehicle repossessed.
More than 900 consumers have provided their contact information to the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission in regard to a settlement with Tates’s Auto.
Title IV of the Federal Civil Rights Act says that employers cannot discriminate against employees because of their race, sex, place of birth or religion.