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Politics

‘All about the transformation’

Nez, Lizer urge innovation, efficiency

Culture

Working to save ceremonies, hataaliis

The Navajo Traditional Apprenticeship Program was founded in 1998 by the Division of Diné Education and legislation was passed to fund its operation annually through the Navajo Nation Trust Fund for Vocational Education.

People

A naat’aanii, hataalii, destined to serve

Otto Tso moves between worlds with disarming ease and skill, guided by the principle of helping his people.

Guest Essay

A Christmas wish … greater transparency

Politicians often talk about the importance of transparency and accountability, but as we all have seen that often changes when they get into office.

Politics

Nez working for smooth transition

The number of résumés received by the Nez-Lizer administration-elect has doubled in the past two weeks and it is still not too late to submit applications.

Business

Haaji Naat’áanii Corp.?

$2.5 million given to NDC, with little to show so far

News

AG will leave big shoes to fill

After 11 years of service, Navajo Nation Auditor General Elizabeth Begay informed her staff that she will retire on Dec. 28.

Community

Snow grounds balloons, parade spreads holiday cheer

The 38th Annual Red Rock Balloon Rally didn’t go exactly as planned, but there was still much for visitors and locals to experience in Gallup over the weekend, including the first measurable snowfall of the season.

News

First snow of season blankets Window Rock

The first snowfall of the holiday season graces the Navajo Code Talker statue at Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock on Friday, Nov. 30.

Politics

Appointees can reapply, Nez says

There is no guarantee “political at-will” employees from the Begaye-Nez administration will keep their jobs but they are welcome to reapply, said President-elect Jonathan Nez.