Press Releases for November 2017

Nov 30  Council members express support for election redistricting recommendations for San Juan County, Utah

Nov 30  Resources and Development Committee approves the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan

Nov 29    THE NAVAJO NATION IS A POWERFUL ECONOMIC ENGINE, SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESSES SAYS VICE PRESIDENT NEZ

Nov 29  PRESIDENT BEGAYE URGES LAWMAKERS TO INCLUDE TRIBAL TAX REFORM IN THE TAX BILL

Nov 28  Budget and Finance Committee receives report from Navajo-run financial advising group

Nov 28  Law and Order Committee continues to address the need for police sub-stations within rural communities

Nov 28  Resources and Development Committee supports the replacement of 24 homes destroyed in the Assayi Lake wildfire

Nov 27    HISTORICAL CONTRIBUTION OF NATIVE AMERICAN CODE TALKERS IS INVALUABLE, CULTURAL INSENSITIVITY IS UNFORTUNATE

Nov 27    Navajo leaders commend the acquisition of natural gas pipeline to service Red Mesa, Kayenta, and Tuba City

Nov 27    NTUA TO RETAIN AND EXPAND NATURAL GAS SERVICES FOR NAVAJO

Nov 26  VICE PRESIDENT NEZ ADVOCATES FOR UTAH NAVAJOS AT REDISTRICTING MEETINGS

Nov 21  Council members advocate for school safety and child welfare issues at the Utah Tribal Leaders Meeting

Nov 21  Law and Order Committee votes down intergovernmental contracts with the federal government citing the need for more funding for detention services

Nov 21  HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

Nov 20    Council continues to push for Navajo Indian Irrigation Project funding

Nov 17  2017 DNR SUMMIT PROMOTES THE PROTECTION OF DINÉ BIKÉYAH THROUGH TRANSPARENT COLLABORATION

Nov 17  Resources and Development Committee receives report from the Navajo Partition Lands grazing officials

Nov 16    NNDPS DIRECTOR DELMAR HONORED AS 2017 PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR

Nov 15  Navajo Nation Council encourages Navajo veterans to submit claims to recover income taxes

Nov 15  Budget and Finance Committee seeks to provide additional funding to the St. Michaels Association for Special Education

Nov 14  Law and Order Committee supports intergovernmental contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for emergency medical services

Nov 14  Health, Education, and Human Services Committee seek to amend and strengthen laws against drunk driving and bootlegging

Nov 14  PRESIDENT BEGAYE ENCOURAGES ATTENDANCE AT PUBLIC MEETINGS REGARDING NEW VOTING DISTRICTS IN SAN JUAN COUNTY, UTAH

Nov 11    BASHAS' TAKES ON OPVP DINÉ HEALTHY CHALLENGE

Nov 10  Resources and Development Committee encourages chapters to include community cemeteries within community-based land use plans

Nov 09  THE ARRIVAL OF THE NAVAJO NATION EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM

Nov 07  PUBLIC MEETINGS TO BE HELD ON NEW VOTING DISTRICTS IN SAN JUAN COUNTY, UTAH

Nov 07  PRESIDENT BEGAYE SIGNS AGREEMENT ADDING 37,716 ACRES ALONG NEW MEXICO BORDER

Nov 06  PRESIDENT BEGAYE ACTS TO CONTINUE GROWING THE VETERANS TRUST FUND AND THE VETERANS HOUSING PROGRAM

Nov 06    PRESIDENT BEGAYE AND VICE PRESIDENT NEZ WELCOME NEW CHIEF OF STAFF CLARA PRATTE

Nov 05  PRESIDENT BEGAYE, VICE PRESIDENT NEZ URGE SENATE TO REAUTHORIZE SDPI FUNDING

Nov 02    DIABETES AWARENESS AND PREVENTION MONTH BEGINS WITH PROCLAMATION AND FARMER'S MARKET

Nov 02  Resources and Development Committee supports carryover funding for summer youth employment

Nov 02  Law and Order Committee discusses the need for police officers in rural communities

Nov 01  OPVP TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING ONHIR TRANSITION AND CLOSURE

Nov 01  JUVENILE KILLED WHILE EXITING BUS NEAR CHILCHINBETO

Nov 01  Health, Education, and Human Services Committee supports funding to aid former Navajo uranium mine workers

Nov 01    NAVAJO NATION DOES NOT SUPPORT REDUCTION IN SIZE TO BEARS EARS NATIONAL MONUMENT

Nov 01  PRESIDENT BEGAYE SUPPORTS THE VOTING DOWN OF THE GRAND CANYON ESCALADE PROJECT