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Phoenix’s $100,000 grant will support a partnership between the City of Phoenix and HandsOn

Oct. 24 PHOENIX — Mayor Stanton accepted $100,000 grant from Cities of Service to implement two major impact volunteering initiatives that address high energy usage in city buildings and lack of access to healthy foods for residents in three public housing communities, said Mayor Stanton office. Phoenix is one of 18 U.S. cities to be awarded a grant More...

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By Editor On Monday, October 8th, 2012

RACE WAR BREWING: Kirtland High School tension increases between students, Parents are becoming solicitude

Oct. 12 | By: Staff writer, [email protected] School administrators seem to have no solid answers, is this a racial war? Kirtland Central High School is stepping up law enforcement presence at it’s More...

By Editor On Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Arizona Sheriff Killed

WILLIAMS - A prominent Arizona Sheriff, Larry Dever of Cochise County was killed in a car crash late Tuesday, reported the Arizona Republic. Sheriff Dever was a strong supporter of SB1070. He was also known for More...

By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Thursday, September 13th, 2012

Emergency Alert: SR 264 closed east of Tuba City

Damage to SR 264, closed east of Tuba City, AZ. (Courtesy Photo) September 12th/ Tuba City, AZ- The Tuba City Public Schools, Tuba City Boarding School and Tonalea Schools are confirmed to be closed. Greyhills High More...

By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

One Day; One Fair: The 2012 Navajo Nation Fair

  Leandra Thomas of Steamboat,AZ, is crowned Miss Navajo Nation 2012-2013. Leandra is Naakai Dine’é (Mexican People Clan), born for Tsi’naajinii (Black Streak Wood People Clan). Outgoing Miss Navajo Nation, More...

By Editor On Friday, September 7th, 2012

Navajo Nation Fair kicks off: Carnivals, FOOD, Events, RODEOS!

Sept. 7 | By: staff writer WINDOW ROCK – It’s not a Fair, it’s a community event where people from all over the world come to see and share Native culture and traditions on the largest Indian country on the More...

By Editor On Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

NNHRC welcomes news about Navajo County District 5 election results

 Aug. 29 | By: Rachalle Todea SAINT MICHAELS, Navajo Nation—Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission welcomes the Arizona’s primary election’s results in Navajo County Board of Supervisor District 5. District More...

By Editor On Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

Navajo Nation: 28 Layoffs

Aug 29 | The Navajo Post WINDOW ROCK –According to the office of the President, 28 Navajo jobs took a blow on Monday, a cut that could shake up divisions and the flow of business. Recently, the Nation has made More...

By Editor On Monday, August 27th, 2012

Pat Rogers Comment sets off Fire Storm through Native America

What would Custer have said, Oh wait he’s dead. Aug 27 | The Navajo Post ‘THIS STATE IS GOING TO HELL” said NM State GOP Leader Pat Rogers, which rang through Native America over the weekend, More...

By Sam Tsosie Reporter/Photo Journalist On Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Daddy’s home!: Surviving the summer break.

By Sam Tsosie   When I first heard that school was starting on August 13th, my intial thought was, “that’s too early!” But I know better now.  I give credit when credit is due, and to that I give teachers More...

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