Thursday Nov 21
The Navajo Times
Bennett Freeze funds starting to flow
Raymond Maxx, director of the Navajo-Hopi Land Commission Office, said Tuesday that the tribe is now finalizing plans to turn over $2.9 million to chapters in the Bennett freeze area to start distributing to its members for house building or repairs.
Navaho Hopi Observer
Tuba City hospital earns high marks for patient care
Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation earned the Gold Seal for compliance with the Joint Commission for the hospital's compliance with the Commission's standards for care.
GM celebrates Veterans Day with unique guests
In honor of Veterans Day, General Motors Co. held a special ceremony with two very unique special guests.
For some, the path to Navajo values weaves through the Mormon church
TUBA CITY, Ariz. - Linda Smith lost one son, a methamphetamine addict, when he hanged himself in jail.
Why are more Navajos joining LDS Church?
An LDS stake's gardening program in Tuba City, Ariz., has grown from 25 gardens planted by Navajos next to their homes four years ago to 1,800 today.