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Latest Navajo County Trials News
Running for a Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation starts Sunday
FARMINGTON — The fourth annual Running for a Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation will start at 6 a.m.
July 29 2014
Acquiring birth certificates a struggle for some Navajos
FLAGSTAFF (AP) — For Navajos born in remote areas of the Navajo Nation, getting a birth certificate to access retirement and health benefits has been a struggle under Arizona’s strict regulations.
July 29 2014
Navajos struggle to get birth certificates
For Navajos born in remote areas of the Navajo Nation, getting a birth certificate to access retirement and health benefits has been a struggle under Arizona's strict regulations.
July 29 2014
Navajos struggle to get delayed birth certificates
 (AP) — For Navajos born in remote areas of the Navajo Nation, getting a birth certificate to access retirement and health benefits has been a struggle under Arizona's strict regulations.
July 29 2014
Navajo Nation wants to tackle homeless problem
Representatives from the Navajo Nation and city of Albuquerque met Thursday morning in the wake of fatal homeless beatings that left two Navajo men dead. Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry and Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly were present for the private meeting. Kee Thompson and Allison Gorman were killed in the beatings, which took place in a vacant lot near Central Avenue and 60th Street. “We ...
July 29 2014
Arizona man resentenced in rape, murder of woman
A northern Arizona man has been resentenced in the rape and murder of a woman who was hitchhiking near Steamboat on the Navajo Nation.
July 29 2014
Navajo Nation Makes Historic Agreement With DHHS to Handle its Tribal Foster Care
Window Rock, Arizona—On Friday, June 27, the Navajo Nation made an historic pact with the U.S....
July 02 2014
FBI: 42 people killed in homicidal violence in 2013 on country's largest Indian reservation
Tempe, Arizona
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — New FBI statistics show the vast Navajo Nation saw a sharp increase in the murder rate in 2013 and finished the year with 42 homicides, eclipsing major metropolitan areas with less space and far more people, such as Seattle and Boston.
May 06 2014
Northern Arizona man awaits trial in mom's death
An Arizona man is awaiting trial on allegations of beating his mother to death and setting fire to her house on the Navajo Nation.
May 01 2014
Dine CARE hosts event focusing on draft environmental impact statement for Four Corners Power Plant
FARMINGTON — Members of the environmental group Diné CARE have organized an event to inform the public about details of the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine Energy Project draft environmental impact statement.
April 23 2014
Sage Memorial Hospital Receives Its Joint Commission "Gold Seal of Approval", Continues S
Navajo Health Foundation – Sage Memorial Hospital, the nation’s first private, Native American comprehensive health care system, recently renewed its Joint Commission "Gold Seal of Approval" Accreditation for a fifth straight year. (PRWeb April 11, 2014) Read the full story at
April 23 2014
Taxing Coca-Cola While Exempting Broccoli Is Bad Policy
The Navajo Nation is trying to use its tax code (I didn?t know the Navajos had a tax code) to promote healthier living. The Navajos recently voted to impose higher taxes on ?junk food? and reduce taxes on healthier alternatives. I abhor government attempts to get people to do things for their own benefit.
March 17 2014
Barrel-Racing Navajo Woman Still Chasing Rodeo Success
Patrice Yazzie has been a barrel racer since the age of 10. And this dream is still very much alive. Yazzie, 33, who lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, said that some family members and acquaintances have suggested that she end her career. But Yazzie charges along, travelling from state-to-state, still hoping for rodeo glory. She is not ready to give up yet. “There are people out there who wonder why ...
March 17 2014
Is the Navajo Mine a Viable Option? Growing Opposition Doesn’t Think So
Citing human and environmental health concerns and an uncertain future for fossil fuels, a growing group of Navajo citizens is calling on the Interior Department to reverse the tribe’s recent purchase of Navajo Mine. The 24-member Navajo Nation Council in December approved the $85 million purchase in a move proponents hope solidifies the tribe’s role in energy development. The decades-old mine ...
February 13 2014
Diné CARE Opposing ‘Bad Business Decision’ That Is the Navajo Mine
As the Navajo Nation draws ever closer to the purchase of its first coal mine, a grassroots group is publicly blasting the terms of the deal....
January 17 2014
Group wants to repeal Navajo same-sex marriage ban
An effort to repeal the Navajo Nation's same-sex marriage ban has been energized by court decisions in some states to allow such unions.
January 10 2014
Running for a Stronger and Healthier Navajo Nation reaches the Northern Agency
Two Grey Hills — When Andy Lapahie noticed a change in his vision five years ago, he visited his doctor.
November 15 2013
AZ man sentenced in death on Navajo Nation
Steven Begaye pleaded guilty in June to second-degree murder in the 2012 death of Lolita Bedoni.
November 15 2013
AZ, NM legislators join forces to combat HIV increase
Navajo, new mexico
In response to the "fivefold" increase of HIV cases on the Navajo Nation since 1999, state legislators from Arizona and New Mexico have publicly committed to join forces to help the tribe combat what is an apparent health epidemic.
July 24 2013
Stronger extradition laws proposed in wake of Carroll sentencing
Flagstaff, Arizona
Aman convicted of killing a nun in 2009 was sentenced last week to 40 years in federal prison, reigniting a debate on extradition of tribal members. Reehahlio Carroll, 21, of Navajo, N.M., pleaded guilty in April to the murder of Sister Marguerite Bartz, a nun serving at St. Berard Parish in Navajo.
July 18 2013
Court: Ex-Navajo lawmaker ineligible for benefits
The state Court of Appeals says a former Navajo Nation lawmaker who was paid unemployment benefits after he lost a re-election campaign was ineligible.
May 28 2013
Navajo Nation's 'Mother of Justice' dies
FARMINGTON — The Navajo Nation's "Mother of Justice" passed away this week. Evelyne E. Bradley, who served as one of the tribe's first-ever women judges, died Tuesday surrounded by friends and family at Fort Defiance Indian Hospital.
May 28 2013
Navajo Nation may pursue own Medicaid system regardless of study
FARMINGTON — The Navajo Nation is on its way to becoming the first tribe to manage its own federally funded medicaid program, according to Navajo Nation Department of Health officials.
February 17 2013
Obamacare & Navajo Nation
Congress will review a plan to let the tribe manage its own federally funded health care program.
February 17 2013
Navajo Nation man gets 25 years for LeChee murder
Page, Arizona
A Navajo Nation man has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to shooting and killing his girlfriend at a trailer court in LeChee.
January 09 2013
Page's Banner Health Clinic open for patient care
Shonto, arizona
The Banner Health Clinic, the region's only pediatric specialty, located at 601 N. Navajo Drive is now open for patient care.
October 03 2012
Tuba City Regional Medical Center adds Mayo Clinic 'Telestroke'
Kingman, arizona
Residents of the largest city in the Navajo Nation in need of emergency medical care for a stroke may benefit from a Mayo Clinic "telestroke" program that will now be available at Tuba City, AZ., Regional Health Care.
September 26 2012
Tuba City Regional Medical Center Adds Mayo Clinic "Telestroke"
Residents of the largest city in the Navajo Nation in need of emergency medical care for a stroke may benefit from a Mayo Clinic "telestroke" program that will now be available at Tuba City Regional Health Care.
September 25 2012
Courts » Michelle Harvey is accused of shooting Carlos Peney on Navajo reservation.
Prosecutors have filed murder charges against a 28-year-old woman in connection with the death of Carlos Peney Mose, a Monument Valley tour guide and photographer, earlier this year, according to a federal indictment unsealed Monday.
August 05 2012
Kaibeto man sentenced in Navajo officer's death - KGUN 9
Page, Arizona
PHOENIX (AP) - An Arizona man charged with killing a Navajo ... Bigman pleaded guilty in April to a lesser charge of second-degree murder. His change of plea came 19 days before the scheduled start of his trial in Phoenix. Bigman originally faced a charge ...
July 27 2012
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