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By admin on Dec 30th, 2016

Thank you for being apart of the Navajo Post readership! We are doing big things in 2017. We hope you continue to be part of our growing readership and regional newspaper widely read by everyone from Phoenix to Farmington. We are the only newspaper...

By admin on Dec 30th, 2016

Navajo Nation Council members deliver toys to children in hospitals  WINDOW ROCK – The 23rd Navajo Nation Council spread the holiday joy this week by visiting hospitals across the Navajo Nation and delivering toys for hospitalized children...

By admin on Dec 25th, 2016

Majors in Family and Human Development, Advocates for better recovery programs Tempe, AZ – Millicent Michelle Pepion is Bitterwater born for the Blackfeet Nation. Her maternal grandparents are Their Forehead is Red People (Tachiini), her paternal grandparents were French fur traders of the Pacific Northwest. Millicent was born in Tuba City,...

CNN REPORTS: “The only thing that is going to make [protesters] leave… is if the pipeline is stopped.” Near Cannon Ball, North Dakota (CNN)The frigid North Dakota cold hasn’t stopped thousands of protesters from camping outside, trying to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. And they’re about to get a boost...

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye went to Standing Rock recently and met with local Navajo demonstrators or ‘water protectors’ who have a camp in ground zero,”Good Evening, We put the Dine flag up on our first visit...

By admin on Dec 1st, 2016