September 19, 2016
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My name is Jacqueline Huskie, a Cameron Chapter community member, and an official for the LCR/Cameron Vendor Association. We have been in a dispute with the local Little Colorado River Tribal Park (LCRTP) management since March 2006.
This letter is about the Navajo Transit Bus System. Route 1 travels from Tuba City to Window Rock on a Monday through Thursday schedule.
It is said that women had been separated from men when some children were conceived, in the Third World. Brought into the world without both parents, they were unnatural children, who became evil monsters and killed the People.
Letter to the editor: Nation should change Navajo Election Code and needs leaders who will give true progress into 21st century
In the past two years, my involvement with the Navajo Voters Coalition has allowed me to observe the very limited progress from our Navajo Nation government.
Nation-building challenges face the Navajo Nation and its leadership in the areas of economic development, public safety, land management, and education to name a few
On Feb. 7, the U.S. Senate, in a historic vote in which Vice President Pence cast the tie-breaking vote (51-50), confirmed Betsy DeVos as secretary of the U.S. Department of Education.
During President Russell Begaye’s presidential campaign, he told the Navajo people time and time again that he would work with the Navajo Nation Council to move issues forward and to make progress for our Nation.
Letter to the editor: Navajo and Hopi veterans among those who benefit from money raised by Nation of Patriots Tour
The Patriot Tour rolled through Williams in July 2016 on a mission to raise money for wounded veterans and their families.
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez spend a lot of time traveling and speaking on various aspects of Navajo Nation needs, maybe in a different world and with different challenges facing the Navajo Nation that could be one strategy to drive the largest Indian tribe to success
Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar (AZ- 04) misled the public (Communities deserve to be heard in designation process), Navajo Times, Dec. 1, 2016.
The Navajo Nation 23rd Council is about to consider whether to vote for or against Legislation 0293-16 to approve the proposed Escalade project in my Community of Bodaway Gap.
There is somewhat of a social understanding that tribal officials (council delegates and chapter officials) are typically judged less harshly than average citizens when it comes to breaking the law. Just getting slapped on the wrist for those crimes with partial payback and limited or no jail time.
Recent action by our tribal government is totally unbelievable, denying financial support to build a new increased capacity nursing home in Chinle.
Yah’ah’teh’ my name is Don Yellowman, I am Dine' and long-time advocate for social, environmental and economic justice for my people. I am a community and voting member of the Bodaway Gap Chapter.
“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” That line is from a speech that President Kennedy was set to deliver in Dallas on the evening of November 22, 1963. Unfortunately, history changed that day so the speech was never given.
"I am proud to represent the Navajo Nation in Congress, and I stand firmly with them in this lawsuit against the EPA. The Gold King Mine spill was catastrophic for the Navajo people.
Education is a noble profession - what other profession is given the penultimate responsibility to mold and sculpture the human brain, helping young minds grow - indeed, a daunting yet exhilarating task.
We were wrong, to say the least, regarding State Senator Carlyle Begay.
Sincere Hopi thanks is due Rep. Raul Grijalva for his visionary initiative to create a 1.7 million acre Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument (Republic "Protect land near Canyon," Feb. 19, 2016).