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Navajo Tea

 My mother says when she was young she went to school and they’d ask her what she had for breakfast. She would sometimes say she ate blue cornmeal. 125 more words


If a picture paints a thousand words....

I don’t think I could begin to do justice to today’s scenery no matter how many photographs I took (and, believe me, there are a lot in the camera).   725 more words

Route 66

RFP for Education-Related Legal Services to Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation seeks education-related legal assistance in planning, organizing, drafting and finalizing Navajo Nation Educational Codes, policies, and standards that will facilitate the Nation’s development of a Tribal Education Agency.  60 more words


Navajo Nation RFP for Law Enforcement-Related Legal Services

The Navajo Nation seeks advice and recommendations on how to develop a nationally accredited uniform Use of Force Policy for the Navajo Division of Public Safety (NDPS) and its law enforcement departments and officers.   72 more words

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Colorado gold mine is one of the EPA’s new Superfund pollution sites

A Colorado gold mine that spilled more than 3 million gallons of wastewater into western rivers was among nearly a dozen sites added Wednesday to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Superfund National Priorities List. 10 more words


Navajo Nation Seeks Proposals Structuring a Corporate Entity

Here is the formal request (2016.9.2 – Ec Development_Final RFP):

The Navajo Nation Department of Justice seeks outside counsel assistance in structuring a corporate entity aimed at attracting manufacturing industries to the Navajo Nation that have been outsourced overseas by U.S.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher