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Farmers in the northeast part of the Navajo Nation will soon be cleared to resume using the San Juan River for irrigation after it was contaminated by the Gold King Mine spill. The Farmington Daily Times reports that Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye announced Thursday at a meeting with chapter officials that the Fruitland Irrigation canal, which delivers water to the Nenahnezad, San Juan and Upper Fruitland chapters will be opened. Comment?
As rock music echoed inside the Walter Collins Center, Rashaun Nez observed the form and techniques used by the seven students enrolled in his Warrior Fitness Challenge program. Nez developed the six-week program, which is free and open up to 20 participants ages 14 and older, to encourage community members to increase their physical activity and think about their health. Comment?
From left, poll workers Briana Ashley and Marlene Gonzalez help a voter on Tuesday, July 21, 2015, at Nenahnezad Chapter House in Fruitland, N.M., during the Navajo Nation's referendum election to decide the language qualifications for future leaders. A simple majority of "yes" votes in Tuesday's election means Navajos will determine if candidates speak and understand the language well enough to hold office, starting with the 2018 election. Comment?
FBI agents are calling the death of a Fruitland man suspicious. Although FBI officials haven't given many details, the Shiprock Police Department has identified the victim as Brandon BlueEyes. Comment?
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