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Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project projected to serve thousands of people

The Cutter Lateral Water Treatment Plant was completed in 2020. It delivers clean water to 1,500 households in eight Navajo communities in New Mexico. /Photo courtesy of U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Arizonans are facing water shortages as the Colorado River declines, but Teddy Lopez and many other residents of the...
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Diné College launches strategic road map for the future, invites public to share ideas Feb. 2

TSAILE, Ariz. – Diné College recently announced they are launching a strategic design process that will chart a new plan to meet the needs of the Navajo Nation. Over the next six months, The Nation’s College will be meeting with key stakeholders, community members, students (current and former) to hear from them as to how to make the college better and more responsive to the needs of our people.
TSAILE, AZ
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Navajo officials distribute masks and sanitizers in Shiprock

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Navajo Nation officials have distributed masks and hand sanitizers in the community of Shiprock, New Mexico to help keep local residents safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile Saturday, tribal health officials reported 330 new cases and four more deaths on the vast...
SHIPROCK, NM
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Navajo ladies defeat Hobart, Indians fall to Bearcats

NAVAJO — Navajo teams split victories against the Hobart Bearcats at Navajo on Friday, Jan. 14. This item is available in full to subscribers. Welcome to our new and improved website! To continue reading, you must log into your subscriber account, or purchase a subscription. If you are a...
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Horror film made by Navajo siblings finally arrives in theaters

FARMINGTON — It's been nearly five years since Navajo filmmaker Kody Dayish of Shiprock and his siblings Kolette and Kolin completed their first feature film, "The Red Hogaan." Exposure for the horror movie — a tale about a Navajo family that is menaced by a skinwalker while driving its sheep herd up a mountain — has been hard to...
FARMINGTON, NM
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Navajo increases ability to do COVID testing, vaccinations

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Health facilities on the Navajo Nation are increasing the ability to test for COVID-19 and vaccinate people as the omicron variant spreads, tribal leaders said. Navajo President Jonathan Nez said the facilities also are working to give out more home testing kits this month while...
NAVAJO, NM
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