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Navajo Times
12/04/2016 at 23:29. Facebook
Army Corps denies Dakota Access Pipeline permit

By Donovan Quintero
Navajo Times

WINDOW ROCK — Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault III said he received word Sunday afternoon from the Army Corps of Engineers that permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline to be constructed under Lake Oahe were denied.

In a press release, the Chairman said he wholeheartedly supports their decision....
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12/03/2016 at 00:18. Facebook
2 arrested in Wells Fargo protest

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At least two people were arrested in a protest outside the Wells Fargo Bank in Window Rock at about 4:30 p.m., according to both police and protesters.

Police at the scene said there had been “some” arrests while the group of about 15 protesters put the number at two. The protest was still active as of 4:45 p.m.

The protesters are urging...
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12/02/2016 at 22:05. Facebook
Disabled tenant: GHA avoided calls, messages

By Terry Bowman

While Billiman was recovering in the hospital, the building’s owner, Gallup Housing Authority, billed her for $3,000 in back rent — the amount she would have owed had she not qualified for a deduction.

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Man pleads guilty in officer assault

By Bill Donovan

ALBUQUERQUE -- A Toadlena, New Mexico man pled guilty Monday in federal district court here for assaulting a Navajo policeman.

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Navajo Nation expresses concern on clash between police, DAPL protestors

By Donovan Quintero

WINDOW ROCK -- Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye issued a letter to President Barack Obama Wednesday asking him to intervene on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, according to a press release from the Office of the President and Vice President.

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Lupton once had a bar, motel and tire shop, ‘History Day’ reveals

By Terry Bowman

LUPTON, Ariz. -- The Lupton History Day at Lupton Chapter House filled the room with stories of the Lupton community that have been forgotten — stories of days when the community was a thriving place along Route 66.

Master of Ceremonies Kern Collymore encouraged the audience to share their stories of their...
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Anasazi Inn restaurant burns to ground

By Cindy Yurth ,

TSEGI CANYON, Ariz. -- The restaurant at the Anasazi Inn in Tsegi Canyon west of Kayenta burned to the ground Sunday morning.

According to police officers at the scene, the fire was reported at about 8:30 a.m. And started inside the building. The cause is still under investigation.

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Anasazi Inn restaurant burns to ground

By Cindy Yurth
Tseyi' Bureau

TSEGI CANYON, Ariz. -- The restaurant at the Anasazi Inn in Tsegi Canyon west of Kayenta burned to the ground Sunday morning.

According to police officers at the scene, the fire was reported at about 8:30 a.m. And started inside the building. The cause is still under investigation.

Everyone was evacuated from the building...
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Shiprock brushfire sends smoke 100s of feet into air

By Navajo Times

SHIPROCK -- Firefighters battled a large brushfire that erupted Saturday afternoon in Shiprock, sending plumes of smoke and flames that could be seen for miles.

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Young children taken by non-custodial mother

By Donovan Quintero

WINDOW ROCK — Two children have been taken by their biological mother, who does not have custody of them, on Tuesday from Mariano Lake, New Mexico according to Sgt. Chad Pearce with the New Mexico State Police.

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MacDonald’s vice chairman passes

by Navajo Times

GALLUP -- Frank E. Paul, who was Vice Chairman of the Navajo Tribe under Chairman Peter MacDonald from 1979 to 1983, died Monday, according to family members.

Paul, who had a teaching and a federal administration background, was selected by MacDonald to run on his ticket after Wilson Skeet, who had been vice chairman for his first two terms,...
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President-elect Donald Trump.
Navajo Times reporter Arlyssa Becenti speaks with Navajo Nation election administration director Edison Wauneka.

Video by Christopher S. Pineo.

Navajo Nation Museum polling place 2016

Navajo Times Reporter Arlyssa Becenti speaks with Navajo Nation election administration director Edison Wauneka.

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Arizona Secretary of State update on ballot questions.

Proposition 205, to legalize recreational marijuana.

Proposition 206, to increase the minimum wage to $12 and guarantee paid sick time.
Arizona Secretary of State update on U.S. Representative in Congress -- District 1.
Arizona Secretary of State update on U.S. Senator election.
Arizona Secretary of State update on Presidential election.
The Navajo Times will be providing election results and updates as the race unfolds this evening.

First up, the Murdoch Center in Flagstaff may be difficult to access due to a broken water main.

The polling place remains open, but to get to the Murdoch Center voters may have to go by way of Agassiz St.

The polling place appears on the map below.
St. Michael's Indian School students and their robotics team, the Navajo Code Writers, visited the Fabrication Labs at Navajo Technical University and got to see this PR 2 personal robot in action Saturday. Read the full story in the Navajo Times this week.

Video by Christopher S. Pineo.
Woman charged in Navajo child’s death

By Krista Allen

TUBA CITY -- A toddler who suffered a severe head trauma while in the care of a Surprise, Ariz., woman has died.

Twenty-three month old Adam Aguilar III, Diné from Tónaneesdizí, died around 2:38 a.m. at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix from his injuries during an alleged abuse by his caretaker, Lizet Moreno, 36.

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