Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Wed, Sept. 22
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Homes on the Navajo Nation are getting electricity under a program funded by CARES Act money. With the funding expiring at the end of the year, crews are working 10 hours a day, seven days a week to reach more homes. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

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Some Native American tribes will receive more money from a federal virus relief package approved last year after the U.S. Treasury Department revised its methodology that tribal nations contend was badly skewed.

By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press May 11, 2021
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The Navajo Nation Office of the Controller has launched a text messaging campaign that will notify applicants of the status of their applications or check processing for the Navajo Cares Act Hardship Assistance Program.

By Katherine Locke February 2, 2021
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Navajo CARES Act funding to continue through 2021
Hardship Assistance funding estimated at $322-$324 million

The Navajo Nation Office of the Controller said the Navajo Cares Act Hardship Assistance Program is currently 90 percent funded, and the federal extension has not modified its expenditure strategy.

By Katherine Locke January 12, 2021
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Chastity De Guzman and her four children have lived in a home on the Navajo Nation without power since 2015. She said they had been on a waiting list for over two years when a crew finally showed up in September to connect their home to electricity.

By Kate Groetzinger, KUER-FM December 1, 2020