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Navajo President signs 2013 budget and Executes ‘Veto Power’

Oct. 1 | The Navajo Post WINDOW ROCK -Navajo President Shelly signed the 2013 budget, but also vetoed two spending measures and has some concerns. With a uncertain economy looming before the Navajo Nation Erny Zah said, Mr. Shelly knows it is important that we have a budget in place as we begin the new fiscal year, in a new release. Adding, “I’m More...

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By Editor On Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Native America Rising, Sioux Nation Secede from the U.S.

The Republic of Sioux? Say what…. Publicity Stunt? Russell Means, an American Actor and a American Indian Movement activist said they are Seceding the U.S. Means encourage other Tribes or States to join them. “We More...

By Editor On Thursday, September 27th, 2012

FAB 22: How Intel is providing some Jobs to Valley Navajo’s

Sept 27 | The Navajo Post Intel’s 705-acre Ocotillo campus is coming into view, you can see one of the worlds largest crane from I-10 at the state of art microchip plant. recently, President Obama visited More...

By Editor On Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

EXPENSE REPORT: NM State Rep. Ray Begay Lies to a News Reporter

Sept 23 | The Navajo Post “I got other stuff to do” said New Mexico State Representative Ray Begay as KOBF TV 12 Investigative Reporter, Gadi Schawartz questioned Mr. Begay, after he lied on his expense More...

By Editor On Friday, September 21st, 2012

Who will be the new Chief of Staff of the Navajo Nation?

Sept. 21 | The Navajo Post Sherrick Roanhorse, Former Chief of Staff for Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly, (thenavajopost/Sam Tsosie) With the exit of former Chief of Staff of the Navajo Nation, Sherrick Roanhorse More...

By Editor On Monday, September 17th, 2012

New Mexico Salsa Food and Fun is the forefront of this years State Fair Theme

Sept. 17 | The Navajo Post ALBUQUERQUE –The Southwest is not only known for tumbleweeds and gunslingers, but hot chilies. The Navajo Nation just wrapped up their Fair, but people from all over will visit various More...

By Editor On Saturday, September 15th, 2012

What was that strange white contrail seen in New Mexico?

Sept 15 | The Navajo Post GALLUP, NM- According to the White Sands Missile Range, they said it conducted a missile test on Sept 13, producing a contrail visible from as far away as Phoenix, AZ., Las Vegas, Nev. More...

By Editor On Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

A Navajo dirt road will finally get paved

Sept. 12 | The Navajo Post Photo by: Eric Cuthbert PINEDALE –Most Navajo reservation roads are not paved, but for a community this will be a huge step towards rebuilding the Nations infrastructure. According to More...

By Editor On Friday, September 7th, 2012

EXCLUSIVE: How one Navajo Women is grappling to the Top of the Modeling World

Sept 7 | By: [email protected] “Indian War” Deanne Jean VanWinkle, Photo taken by Kyle Carrillo. Throughout the years, the Nation has seen many modeling agency’s spur up throughout the Navajo More...

By Editor On Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

The First US President that visited the Navajo Nation connected with grassroots

Sept. 5 | By: Staff Writer Will he up stage the President? Former U.S. President Bill Clinton to spoke at the Democratic National Convention. Mr. Clinton slammed Republicans for their far right ideas. In 1992, More...

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