Hardship Assistance payments from the Navajo Nation Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Fund were scheduled to begin the week of Jan. 18, according to the Navajo Nation.
What started out as a special day for the Navajo Nation — a peaceful inauguration for chapter and other local officials to carry out duties and service for the Navajo people — was overshadowed by violence that occurred in Washington D.C. Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol.
After receiving a $10,000 grant from the First Nations Development Institute of Longmont, Colorado, the Ganado Farm Board (GFB) was able to purchase an ATV that will aid in water irrigation delivery to Ganado farmers.
According to the tribe, the checkpoints are in place as part of an overall response to the community spread of coronavirus across villages on the reservation.
As part of a $2.3 trillion omnibus appropriations package passed by Congress Dec. 21, the reauthorization of a Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SPDI) allows for the continued services addressing health issues on tribal lands throughout the U.S.
Congresswoman Deb Haaland (D-N.M.), was selected to serve as the Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for the Biden-Harris Administration.
The Winslow Police Department and Winslow Unified School District are partnering for an annual toy drive for foster kids in the Winslow area.
The Navajo Nation reinstated a three-week stay-at-home lockdown from Nov. 16- Dec. 6 for the Navajo Nation as COVID-19 cases spike across the reservation and the country.
The Navajo Nation has announced additional 56-hour weekend curfews will continue over the next two weekends.
The Navajo Election Administration have released the unofficial election results for the 2020 Navajo Nation general election.