Press Releases for June 2019

Jun 30  Nez-Lizer Administration teams up with Native Americans for Community Action to promote suicide prevention

Jun 29  Nez-Lizer see economic potential in Navajo Generating Station assets

Jun 29  First Lady Phefelia Nez delivers message of healing at Missing and Murdered Diné Relatives Forum

Jun 28  Nez-Lizer continue partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau to ensure accurate 2020 census count

Jun 27  Law and Order Committee Advocates for Increased Public Safety Funding with Executive and Judicial Branches

Jun 27  Speaker, Delegates Work with Chapters to Advance Projects at New Mexico Síhasin Summit

Jun 26  First Nations Voter Rights Conference to be held September 2019

Jun 26  President Nez urges Congress to endorse Navajo Utah water bill to bring water to Navajo communities

Jun 25  Nez-Lizer commends U.S. House approval of one-year moratorium on oil and gas drilling near the Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Jun 25  Dilkon community reaches another milestone with the groundbreaking of the new Dilkon Medical Center

Jun 24  President Jonathan Nez to testify on H.R. 644 - The Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act of 2019

Jun 24  Division of Economic Development and Hopi delegation initiate partnership talks

Jun 22  Navajo Nation and Pueblo of Zuni unite to promote health and wellness

Jun 18  Division of Economic Development to sponsor July celebration and Diné Entrepreneur Market (8.8 Mb)

Jun 15  President Nez and Vice President Lizer approve $2.5 million to construct the long-awaited Crownpoint youth center

Jun 15  Nez-Lizer approve $1.3 million appropriation for chapter officials

Jun 14  President Nez and Vice President Lizer advocate for the Navajo Nation on Capitol Hill

Jun 13  Council Delegates Applaud Introduction of BADGES Act in the US Senate, Bill Will Enhance Resources Addressing Missing, Murdered Indigenous Persons

Jun 12  Kayenta officials and community members seek to rebuild the Kayenta diversion dam to revitalize farming for Navajo families

Jun 12  Speaker Damon Thanks Light Up Navajo Participants for their Support at National Conference

Jun 12  New Mexico Indian Affairs Department announces over $1.8 million in TIF project funding for the Navajo Nation

Jun 11  Nez-Lizer thank NTUA and utility companies for bringing electricity to more than 230 Navajo families

Jun 10  Navajo Nation finalizes disaster declaration agreement with FEMA

Jun 10  HEHSC Clarifies Intoxicant Use Consumption, Possession Prohibition for Navajo Nation Employees While on Official Travel

Jun 10  Chapters Receive Full Funding from NM Tribal Infrastructure Fund Board with Council Support

Jun 07  Nez-Lizer approve $3 million appropriation for summer youth employment

Jun 07  Council Expresses Support for Diné Filling Late Senator Dr. Pinto’s Seat

Jun 06  Council Expresses Appreciation for Light Up Navajo Volunteers

Jun 06  Naabik’íyáti’ Expresses Opposition to Measure Permitting Roadbuilding and Logging within Former Bears Ears Boundary

Jun 06  Dr. Pearl Yellowman appointed to the New Mexico Tribal Infrastructure Fund board

Jun 06  Nez-Lizer strive to resolve long standing issues with tribes

Jun 05  Joint Committee Work Session Takes Place to Hear Challenges And Successes of Farmington-area Substance Abuse Program

Jun 05  Flags to be flown at half-staff in honor and remembrance of Navajo Code Talker William Tully Brown

Jun 04  Complete Count Commission Conducts First Meeting, Leadership Selected

Jun 04  Vice President Lizer voices support for the protection of Grand Canyon from uranium mining

Jun 03  Navajo Nation mourns the passing of Navajo Code Talker William Tully Brown

Jun 03  Navajo Nation Branch Chiefs present FY2020 budget allocations

Jun 03  Budget and Finance Committee Approves FY 2020 General Fund Allocations as Recommended by Branch Leaders

Jun 01  Nez-Lizer welcome the public to view the Treaty of 1868 “Tappan Copy”

Jun 01  Marine veteran receives new home through partnership of Navajo Veterans Administration and Southwest Indian Foundation