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Roads project takes center stage at county meeting

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Heated right-of-way item disapproved at meeting

The final item on the McKinley County Board of Commissioners’ agenda list turned out to be the first item discussed at the Nov. 6 regular meeting.

The item, which was not approved at the meeting, involved Resolution No. NOV-18-078, which details various interests in...

Navajo Nation refiles lawsuit against Wells Fargo

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo Nation officials announced they have directed their legal counsel, Hueston Hennigan, to refile the Nation’s suit against Wells Fargo Bank in Navajo Nation District Court and to file an appeal in the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.

The Nation’s lawsuit details Wells Fargo’s long campaign of predatory and unlawful practices that targeted and harmed the Navajo people.

The Nation’s lawsuit in the Window Rock District Court alleges that Wells Fargo defrauded Navajo citizens with a variety of unlawful practices, including opening fake accounts in their name, and then made misrepresentations to the Nation’s leaders about those...

Medicare Open Enrollment runs through Dec. 7

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SANTA FE – The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department is reminding New Mexicans that Medicare Open Enrollment began the week of Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7. Changes made during this period will take effect on Jan. 1, 2019.

Medicare is federal health care coverage for those 65 and older, certain younger people with disabilities and people with end-stage renal disease.

During open enrollment, participants can:

Adjust Medicare Advantage or Medicare prescription drug coverage.

Change from original Medicare to a Medicare Advantage plan (or vice versa).

Switch between Medicare Advantage plans.

Join a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan.

Switch existing drug plans or...

Navajo Nation navigates New Mexico’s capital outlay process

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OPVP and DCD host first N.M. tribal infrastructure and capital outlay summit

ALBUQUERQUE — The Office of the President and the Division of Community Development hosted the first New Mexico Tribal Infrastructure and Capital Outlay Projects Process and Update Review Summit for 54 New Mexico chapters Nov. 1-2.

“Economic reports predict that New Mexico could have a $2 billion budget surplus, in part because of oil production in the Four Corners region,” President Russell Begaye said. “This provides an opportunity for all New Mexico chapters. We are working to gain full authority over our natural resources, but in the meantime, we have to be strategic and work with the state’s...

FBI recruits technical talent for many roles

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FBI uses science, technology, engineering and math to keep public safe

Whether it’s cracking codes, halting hackers or finding forensic evidence, the FBI uses science, technology, engineering and math to keep the American people safe in nearly every investigation, every day.

“Our workforce tracks down hackers and finds kidnapped children,” Special Agent Avatar LeFevre, who leads the FBI’s efforts to recruit cyber talent, said. “It’s hard to imagine another career in the STEM field where you would see those kinds of real-world impacts of your work.”

The FBI is working to hire 900 special agents, many of whom will need to have STEM-related skill sets to conduct...

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