By Anne MinardNavajo Nation pilot program powers greenhouse using geothermal energy.
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By Anne MinardAt long last, the Navajo Nation may have reached a settlement over its water rights to the San Juan River in Utah.
By Anne MinardThe Pueblo of Pojoaque has been thwarted in a request to hold state of New Mexico in contempt of court over on ongoing fight about gaming.
By Anne MinardThe DOJ is suing on behalf of the Santa Clara Pueblo, using its authority as trustee under the Indian Right-of-Way Act.
By Anne MinardThe Shoshone-Bannock tribes are fighting to control development at an airport owned by a neighboring city but in the middle of their reservation.
By Anne MinardSupporters of Bears Ears National Monument hosted His Holiness the Drikung Kyabgön Chetsang, an internationally renowned Tibetan Buddhist monk.
By Anne MinardThe Pueblo of Isleta in central New Mexico decided in a bitterly contested vote to lower its blood quantum.
By Anne MinardA Navajo environmental group has filed suit over continuing operations at the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant on the eastern Navajo Nation near Farmington, New Mexico.The suit underscores a longstanding complaint by Navajo activists alleging that the Navajo Nation took on a bad deal in 2013 when it the...
By Anne MinardIt’s nearly seven years since a law repealing the Bennett Freeze on the Navajo Nation, and still, residents are waiting to see the thaw.
By Anne MinardThe city has had a terrible time for decades, trying to control substance abuse issues that at best give Gallup a rough reputation.