2014 Miss Navajo Nation competition

Search Results miss navajo. 2014 Miss Navajo Nation Schedule of Events Wednesday, September 3, 2014 – Navajo Nation Fairgrounds 8:00 a.m. – Butchering/Bread Making Competition Miss Photogenic Voting @ Navajo Arts & Crafts Thursday, September 4, 2014 – Navajo Arts & Crafts Tent 9:00 a.m. – Contemporary Skills & Talent Competition 2:00 p.m. – Traditional […]

USEPA proposing Greenhouse Reduction plan for Indian Country

Here at Navajo Department of Natural Resources Energy Summit at Twin Arrows Casino. This is a general session and it’s titled “Regulations & Future of Energy Development & the Influences AKA National Trends.” The presenter is USEPA Region 9. After this general session is RECAP/Moving the Navajo Nation Forward on Energy and its Natural Resources, […]

Navajo Energy Summit – Renewable portfolios of PNM, NTUA, APS, SRP

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I finally connected to the wifi! I was a able to connect in my room but when I got to the conference area, I just cud not connect… I’m still here at Navajo Nation Division of Natural Resources Energy Summit at the Twin Arrows Casino & Resort. Today is the last day. This […]

Navajo President Shelly talks carbon sequestration, gasification, restarting Desert Rock

Here at Navajo Nation Division of Natural Resources Energy Summit at Twin Arrows Casino & Resort. Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is speaking. We are being told not to burn coal. so maybe we should export coal. china and even russia came over. we’ve done international trade with NAPI. We were told not to sell […]

Navajo Council meeting on Uranium Resources Inc. at 7:30 a.m., July 22, 2014

The Navajo Nation Council is having a 7:30 a.m. at the Quality Inn in Window Rock, Ariz., today, July 22, 2014, to discuss Delegate Edmund Yazzie’s LEGISLATION 0091-14, which would nullify the Resources and Development Committee’s action that created a two-member Subcomittee to draft an agreement with Uranium Resources Inc. of Texas to operate an […]

Does the power to be the governing body of the Navajo Nation lie with the Navajo Council or the Navajo people?

Navajo Council Naabik’iyati Committee having interesting and heated debate over LEGISLATION 0123-14, which calls for the Council to approve a referendum for the Navajo people to vote on amending on Navajo law that would replace the Navajo Council with the Navajo people regarding who would be the governing body of the Navajo Nation. I was […]

The Navajo Nation’s Shifting Sands of Climate Change | Climate Central

The Navajo Nation's Shifting Sands of Climate Change | Climate Central. Farmer Jonathan Yazzie said he used to grow corn, squash, zucchini, chiles and cantaloupe in northeast Arizona. But the drought has forced him to stop farming, at least for now. “The water is just not there no more,” he said. “We’re down to 15 […]

Day 18: Asaayii Fire at 98 Percent containment

The Asaayii Fire is at 98 percent containment! That’s the latest update on the Asaayii Fire from the Southwest Area Interagency Type 3 Team. And since the fire is at 98 percent, the SW Type 3 Team will be handing back the control of the fire to the local firefighters, which is the U.S. Department […]

Day 16: Asaayii Fire – 95 percent contained

The following is a JUNE 28 FIRE UPDATE from the Southwest Interagency Type 3 Management Team: The Assayii Lake Fire containment is now at 95%. Ongoing work within the fire area includes repairing and restoring bulldozer and hand lines. Firefighters continue to patrol for and put out hot spots. Unneeded water pumps, storage tanks, other […]

Day 14 – Asaayii Fire HIGH WIND ALERT, 90 percent containment

The Navajo Nation Emergency Operations Center and the Southwest Area Interagency Type 3 Management Team issued a High Wind Alert for the Asaayii Lake Fire area at 8 p.m. today, June 26. The public is cautioned against entering the Asaayii Fire Zone today, June 26, and tomorrow, June 27. HIGH WIND ALERT The Navajo Nation […]