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Navajo Nation Speaker LoRenzo Bates and Council Delegate Otto Tso were both nominated to run for the Navajo Nation Speaker position.
Every two years Council must select a speaker. After Bates and Tso were both given 15 min to give their speech, Bates won his seat back with a vote of 16-6.

Navajo Nation Speaker LoRenzo Bates wins re-election

During the first day of 23rd Navajo Nation Council the first item of business was to elect a Speaker of the Navajo Nation. Speaker LoRenzo Bates was up again...

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Speaker LoRenzo C. Bates maintains his position as Speaker of the Navajo Nation Council by a vote of 16-6.
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Voting booths are ready to go as current Navajo Nation Speaker of the Council LoRenzo Bates speaks Monday.
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Incumbent LoRenzo Bates and Otto Tso nominated for Speaker of the Navajo Nation Council.
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01/22/2017 at 22:45. Facebook
Possible vandalism leads to water leak in Kaibeto

By Krista Allen
Western Agency Bureau

KAIBETO, Ariz. – Bureau of Indian Affairs maintenance workers are working to shut off a water supply to the Kaibeto School campus while water from a water tower is leaking, causing a nearby flooded dirt road.

Water from one of two water towers here is currently leaking through three holes. But the...
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01/21/2017 at 15:59. Facebook
Former Arizona State Senator Carlyle Begay on Trump administration, what it means for Indian Country

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01/20/2017 at 23:55. Facebook
Be careful out there.

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Gallup Police survey the damage of a multi-car accident on U.S. 491 and Maloney in Gallup Friday.
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01/20/2017 at 22:53. Facebook
Navajo Nation Vice President Jonathan Nez wasn’t in the crowds in Washington D.C. to see Donald Trump take his oath of office as the 45th United States President early Friday.

Nez 'holding the fort' while Begaye in D.C. - Navajo Times

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Code Talkers, inauguration committee member Carlyle Begay and other Natives gather for a picture prior to the inaugural parade.
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01/20/2017 at 16:56. Facebook
Code Talkers Roy Hawthorne and Peter MacDonald pose for a picture before the inaugural parade. Photo courtesy of Carlyle Begay.
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01/20/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
The winter session will take place at the Department of Diné Education auditorium in Window Rock, according to a press release from the Navajo Nation Office of the Speaker.

23rd Navajo Nation Council Winter Session to begin Monday - Navajo Times

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01/20/2017 at 04:41. Facebook
Series of storms has begun

By Krista Allen
Western Agency Bureau


​TS’AHBIIKIN, Ariz. – The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for northern Arizona. And the wet weekend has already begun.
​“Indeed, we’ve a significant winter storm,” said Brian A. Klimowski, meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service in Bellemont, Arizona. “And it’s going to impact...
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01/18/2017 at 22:40. Facebook
Two storms to bring snowfall
By Terry Bowman
Navajo Times

WINDOW ROCK -- Two winter storms are on their way to Arizona and will bring snow to the northern part of the state as well as western New Mexico, according to the National Weather Service.

The first storm is expected to arrive in eastern Arizona on Thursday and will bring snow to levels higher than 5,000 feet in elevation.

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01/17/2017 at 23:18. Facebook
Coconino Co Sheriff Media Release - Jan 16th Armed Robbery at Gray Mountain Thriftway

Gray Mountain, AZ – On January 16, 2017 at approximately 8:34 pm, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of an armed robbery that had taken place at the Gray Mountain Thriftway. The suspect entered the store and approached one of the employees demanding money while brandishing a firearm....
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Read more in the Navajo Times on Thursday.

“The BIE’s failure to provide a real education for these children flagrantly violates one clear and specific federal law after another,” said Bryan Heckenlively, a partner in the law firm of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP. “One set of regulations, for example, requires teaching science, social studies, arts, physical education, and foreign language, but...
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Navajo police investigate the scene of a shooting Saturday night in Window Rock. The shooting suspect is at large. One shooting victim was taken to the Tsehootsooi Medical Center.
Suspect last seen wearing light colored khakis and fled in a waiting car.
If you have information about the shooting please call Window rock Police district at 928-871-6111.
Steve Elliot, Arizona Department of Transportation, said they had closed the road from Burnside Junction to the Pinion turn off at 10:45 p.m. Thursday night. The road finally reopened at approximately 2:15 p.m. Friday.

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In a press release issued Friday, under the the Federal Torts Claims Act, the EPA said it was conducting official business at the mine site when the spill occurred.

EPA to not pay out Gold King Mine spill claims - Navajo Times

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The entire road there was closed by ADOT with orange colored barriers. Automobile and truck drivers wanting to go through the highway were stopped and instructed to turn around and to seek another route. The highway is expected to be closed to the general public for the next six hours.

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The family members found were Vanessa George and her two children Zoe and Chloe, and Leticia George and her daughter Haleigh. The five deceased family members are originally from the community of Red Valley, Arizona located on the Navajo Nation.

Council mourns the loss of Navajo family - Navajo Times

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