Police Seek Help in Farmington Murder

Published November 22, 2017 CHINLE, ARIZONA -Farmington Police are seeking the public’s help in solving the apparent murder of a Navajo woman whose body was found in Brook Haven Park on Nov. 5. Police spokeswoman Georgette Allen said there have been no significant leads since the body of Vanessa Tsosie, 29, of Red Valley, Arizona, […]

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Does Artistic Merit Outweigh Outrage at Artist’s Crimes?

Published November 22, 2017 LAWRENCE, KANSAS – In light of the sexual harassment and issues going on in politics and, there is a small discussion on an artist’s work and their past crimes. Don Secondine, Jr., a noted Cherokee artist and Haskell Indian Junior College alum, has two paintings on display in the library at Tommaney […]

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FCC Votes to Cut $25 Assistance

Published November 22, 2017 WASHINGTON – In yet another measure taken by the Trump administration to overturn an Obama administration action, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted a 3-2 split to rollback Lifeline, the technology service used to provide phone and Internet access to low-income family homes. While some of the details of the cutbacks are […]

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2017 Navajo Nation DNR Summit Promotes the Protection of Diné Bikéyah through Transparent Collaboration

Published November 22, 2017 TWIN ARROWS, ARIZONA – On Nov. 15-17, the 2017 Division of Natural Resources Summit was held at Twin Arrows Navajo Resort & Casino to provide a platform for Navajo Citizens to learn about the division’s projects and areas of direct services and to promote collaboration between tribal, state and federal partners. “It’s […]

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USDA Provides Tips and Resources for a Bacteria-Free Thanksgiving

Published November 22, 2017 WASHINGTON — More than 45 million turkeys are eaten on Thanksgiving Day, with a never-ending list of side dishes and desserts. The Thanksgiving meal is by far the largest and most stressful meal many consumers prepare all year, leaving room for mistakes that can make guests sick. But never fear, the […]

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Top Civil Rights Organizations Urge Media Not to Use Washington NFL Team’s R-word Name on Thanksgiving

Published November 22, 2017 WASHINGTON – A coalition of the country’s most prominent advocacy and civil rights organizations on Tuesday called on media organizations to refrain from using the offensive R-word name of the Washington NFL team during their Thanksgiving Day coverage. The Washington franchise will take on the New York Giants in a high-profile, nationally broadcast […]

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