Category Archives: March 2018

Navajos, county agree on voting procedures

Print this articleThe Navajo Nation and San Juan County, Utah, have reached a settlement in a 2016 lawsuit regarding access to voting for the county’s Navajo residents. The suit, filed by the Navajo Human Rights Commission and several individuals, targeted … Continue reading

Published in March 2018

Navajos reject bill shrinking Bears Ears

Print this articleIn an effort to shore up support for legislation that would codify President Trump’s changes to Bears Ears National Monument, Utah Congressman John Curtis accepted an invitation from Navajo Chapter presidents to meet with them at the Mexican … Continue reading

Published in March 2018 Tagged

Broadband update

Print this articleWhy broadband? What are the challenges? Where do we go from here? Candidates for local public office in Montezuma County along with other citizens chewed on these pressing concerns Feb. 20 at a presentation sponsored by the City … Continue reading

Published in March 2018 Tagged

The other side of the fence Prose and Cons

Print this articleWhen Mike Muñoz was five and his father Victor was still around, Mike begged to visit Disneyland. Not just for the rides or the other attractions, but for the beautiful landscaping – “the big, perfectly-formed Donald Duck- and … Continue reading

Published in March 2018, Prose and Cons