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International Uranium Film Festival returns to Southwest

International Uranium Film Festival Returns to the Southwest Films Reveal the Horrid Truth “It is through the courage of independent film makers that the horrid truth of the Nuclear Beast is exposed and denounced”, states Anna Rondon, uranium legacy activist, member of the Diné Nation, Executive Director of the New Mexico Social Justice Equity Institute […]

Navajo election board meeting Thursday, 11-8-18

According to the proposed AGENDA for the Navajo Board of Election Supervisors, the board will be receiving a report on the 2018 Navajo Nation General Election, which occurred Nov. 6, 2018, and campaign expense reports. The election board is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m. in the Quality Inn Business Complex conference room 107 in […]

Nez wins with 39,783 votes to Shirley’s 20,146 votes

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS FOR 2018 NAVAJO NATION GENERAL ELECTION PRESIDENTIAL RACE WITH 110 OF 110 NAVAJO PRECINCTS REPORTING: JONATHAN NEZ, 39,783 JOE SHIRLEY, 20,146 UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS from Navajo Election Administration for Navajo Nation Council, Board of Election Supervisors, Board of Education, and Referendum question on pay raises for positions of President and Vice President are […]

Website for Unofficial 2018 Navajo General Election

Courtesy of the Navajo Election Administration, you may follow unofficial results of today’s Navajo Nation General Election after polls close at 7:00 p.m. by clicking on the following link: Unofficial Election Night Results – Navajo Nation General 2018 Thank you, Jared Touchin Office of the Speaker (928) 871-7160

Navajo Council special session 10-30-18

PRESS RELEASE – The 23rd Navajo Nation Council is scheduled to convene in a special session on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 1:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber in Window Rock to consider Legislation No. 0345-18, which seeks to amend the Navajo Nation’s fiscal year 2019 Comprehensive Budget. On Sept. 4, the Navajo Nation Council unanimously […]

Navajo bill seeks to lower recall signature requirements

LEGISLATION 0239-18: An Action Relating to Law and Order, Naabik’iyati’ and the Navajo Nation Council; Amending the Navajo Nation Election Code at 11 N.N.C. § 241 (A) to lower percentage of signatures requirement on recall petitions from 60 to 30% of voters voting in last election for position in questions goes before the Navajo Nation […]

Navajo legislation addresses closure of “multiple” power plants

The Navajo Nation Council Resources & Development has LEGISLATION 0337-18: An Action Relating to Resources and Development; Establishing a Natural Resources Economic Development Subcommittee to Address the Potential Closure of Multiple Power Generating Stations and Federal Mines and to Explore Other Economic Development Opportunities on its Oct. 22, 2018, meeting PROPOSED AGENDA. Bill sponsor:is RDC Vice Chairman Benjamin Bennett. RDC […]

Navajo Council Delegate says he adopted Stanley Pollack as his tribal leader

STILL HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL NAABIK’IYATI COMMITTEE LEGISALTION 0256-18: AMENDING TITLE 1 ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES AT TITLE 1, NAVAJO NATION CODE, SECTIONS 701, 702, 752 AND 753 SPONSOR, DELEGATE AMBER CROTTY Had executive sessions with individuals cuz cases sealed so looked at enrollment for alternative way to become Navajo citizen. Average one to two individuals a […]