Navajo Hopi Land Office director says Hopi police/rangers dressed in SWAT gear

About 70 Navajo people, many of them elders, walked peacefully from the Window Rock, Ariz., mini-mall to the Navajo Nation Council chambers. It took the group about 1.5 hours to reach the chambers because some of the elders were using canes. It has been the elders that were the focus of surprise livestock roundups by […]

Legal challenges filed against U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over Navajo Generating Station

The Hopi Tribe, Navajo grass-roots organizations, and clean air and national park advocates filed legal challenges to the U.S. Environmental Protection’s decision to allow Navajo Generating Station to “continue polluting for the next three decades.” That according to Oct. 7, 2014 press releases from Black Mesa Water Coalition of Flagstaff, Ariz., To’Nizhoni Ani (Beautiful Water […]

Navajo Council Delegate Benally – “I hope that when a child asks for help that it touches your heart.”

Navajo Council Resources and Development Committee continues to debate LEGISLATION 0162-14, which is for the Navajo Nation’s acceptance of revocable permit from Hopi Tribe for preliminary studies and survey for design of paving unpaved bus route, N-8031, and bridge in remote area of Navajo Reservation where road crosses Hopi and Navajo Reservations. SPONSOR DELEGATE DWIGHT […]

Navajo Council Delegate Tsosie tells student to be glad she has bus to ride

RDC now on LEGISLATION 0162-14: An Action relating to Resources and Development, Naabiki’yati Committees; authorizing the Navajo Division of Transportation to enter into a revocable permit, approved by the Hopi Tribe, to conduct preliminary studies for design and construction of N8031 access road and bridge, and supporting the preservation of planning funds allocated to the […]

YouTube video: Navajo Council hears proposed Grand Canyon Escalade Project report, June 27, 2014, Part 1

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, Here’s the YOUTUBE VIDEO of Part 1 of the Confluence Partners report on their proposed “Grand Canyon Escalade” project to the Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee at the Council chamber in Window Rock, Ariz., on June 27, 2014. As the Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee was adopting its agenda, Committee member Delegate Jonathan Hale asked […]

The Confluence Partners on Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee June 27 agenda

The Confluence Partners, specifically Lamar R. Whitmer, will be making a report on a proposed Grand Canyon Escalade Project, which will be located at the Confluence of the Colorado River and Little Colorado River, to the Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee tomorrow, June 27. According to the Naabi Committee AGENDAAGENDA, Whitmer’s report is the first report […]