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Pinedale chapter to hold Livestock Seminar

Community Announcement PINEDALE, N.M. – The Pinedale chapter announced they will hold a Livestock Seminar District 16, Thursday May 23, 2013 @ 9:00 am. The event will focus on Range land Assessment Evaluation, Sheep Management, Navajo Beef Marketing, Equine Management and more Speak with Presenters. They said, consultants, agents all Range Unit More...

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By Navajo Post Reporter On Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Dash for cash, on the Navajo Nation

People on the Navajo Nation raced their horses over the weekend, a dash for cash. (Photo from Gilbert Willie Facebook timeline.) Throughout the Navajo Nation, the extra curricular activities are riding horses, More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Monday, April 22nd, 2013

A Navajo community cleans up on earth day

SHIPROCK – On April 22, thousands of Americans took the time to clean up, as for the Navajo people they just did that. In northern New Mexico people gathered to pick up trash throughout San Juan County. According More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Thursday, April 4th, 2013

NAVAJO: Shiprock burns

It’s definably a dry season on the Navajo Nation, as dry brush and weeds burn in Shiprock, N.M. near San Juan river in the northern part of the reservation. According to Rachelle Silver, she said the fire More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Navajo Nation Chapter to host forum on Native American Utility Issues

NAGEEZI, NM–PRC Commissioner Theresa Becenti-Aguilar of District 4 will be hosting a public meeting to discuss utility related issues and the Native American Tax exemptions program at the Nageezi Chapter house More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Monday, February 25th, 2013

Is Native American Church songs being exploited on Social Media

Once sacred songs, becoming not so sacred anymore. Almost every weekend you will see or hear about Native American Church prayer services being conducted throughout the Navajo reservation. With the new age of social More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Sheriff Deputies partner with Navajo Cops

The Navajo County Sheriff office and the Navajo Nation Police have joined forces with a cross commission bill. Navajo County Sheriff Sheriff Kelly Clark said, “I’ve never had a complaint about treatment of More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Monday, February 18th, 2013

New jails, but low staff

Crownpoint, N.M, the new Justice Center in Eastern Agency of the Navajo Nation. Photo by Chris Burnside. TUBA CITY – An awkward start for the new law enforcement facility in the Western Agency of the Navajo More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Thursday, February 14th, 2013
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LETTER: Racism exists because we allow it and it will continue if we do not draw the line

In 1973, there were two events that transpired that changed the course our recent history; the Siege of Wounded Knee, South Dakota and the slaying of a young Dine’ (Navajo) warrior named Larry Casuse, co-founder More...

By Navajo Post Reporter On Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Twin Arrow Casino looks to hire 800 people

FLAGSTAFF – The biggest one of them all, the new Tribally owned Twin Arrow Casino looks to hire 800 people and is expected to open in May. The construction of the new casino is estimated to be around $200 More...

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