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LETTER: A Democrat Voter Response to Sharon Clahchischilliage Mailer

Oct. 31 To: Democratic Party of New Mexico Your recent mailer stating that candidate for NM State Legislature Sharon Clahchischilliage is “not Navajo enough” is appalling. It is shocking that a state party would knowingly try to divide the Navajo people in their vote and impugn the integrity of a fine patriotic woman. These tactics have no place More...

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By Editor On Saturday, October 27th, 2012


Oct. 27  | By: Lisa Liebl CONCHO, OK – Chesapeake Energy Corporation is the second-largest producer of natural gas in the United States- after Exxon Mobil, the company recently gave the Cheyenne and Arapaho More...

By Editor On Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Julius Elwood said Navajo Lawmakers are trampling on his ‘Right to Free Speech’

Oct. 25 | By: Staff Writer WINDOW ROCK – According to Navajo Nation Employee, Julius Elwood who works with the Navajo Nation Occupational Safety Health Administration (NNOSHA) said a Navajo lawmaker threaten More...

By Editor On Sunday, October 21st, 2012

Navajo Nation backs a Republican

Oct. 21 WINDOW ROCK — When it comes to party lines, the largest Tribe normally swings Democratic. This time around the Navajo Nation has endorsed Heather Wilson for Congress, reported the Associated Press. More...

By Editor On Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Are Navajo Lawmakers afraid of Social Media?

Oct 16 Recently, Council Delegate Russell Begay said delegates were discussing ‘negative comments’ being said on Facebook. But, what negative comments are they referring too? The Social Media world brings More...

By Editor On Friday, October 12th, 2012

Governor Jan Brewer Announces Appointment of Ann Scott Timmer to the Arizona Supreme Court

Oct. 12 PHOENIX – Governor Jan Brewer today announced the appointment of Arizona Court of Appeals Judge Ann Scott Timmer to the Arizona Supreme Court. Judge Timmer, 52, is the fourth woman since statehood to More...

By Editor On Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Navajo Nation looks to implement Sex Offender Registration

Oct. 10 | The Navajo Post WINDOW ROCK – The largest reservation recently made efforts to implement an advance Sex offender tracking process that will work with local and state officials. Criminals and offenders More...

By Editor On Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Washington Staff Admitted To Practice Law Before the High Court

Oct. 9 | By Jared King WASHINGTON—Navajo Nation Washington Office legislative affairs associate Brian Quint today was admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States Bar. “It was a humbling experience More...

By Editor On Sunday, October 7th, 2012

Gov Brewer and Martinez attended the 30th Annual Border Governors Conference, shared concerns about the U.S. Mexico Border

Oct. 7 PHOENIX – Governor Jan Brewer concluded work with her fellow border Governors gathered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the 30th annual Border Governors Conference on Friday Oct. 5th. The meeting brings More...

By Editor On Thursday, October 4th, 2012

A NAVAJO PERSPECTIVE: President Obama looked Irritated

Oct. 4 | Commentary Yes, Navajo’s pay attention to National Politics. During last night Presidential Debate, the President didn’t look too happy or was sort of second guessing himself, or lets just say More...