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    Navajo Times newspaper online

    About Navajo Times English online newspaper : Navajo Times newspaper is English language newspaper in Arizona

    Geolocation: USA Arizona

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    More about Navajo Times newspaper : The Navajo Times, known as Navajo Times Today in the beginning 1980s, was established in 1959 by the Navajo Tribal Council, and in 1982 was the first newspaper of the Native American Indian Nation to be owned and released. It has been released on 4th August 1960, with its headquarters situated in Window Rock, Arizona, for ten cents each. In contrast to its predecessor, ?dahoon???g??? of the 1940s, it has been released in English, rarely and rarely, in Navajo, printing an advertisement or a supplementary text. It is now financially autonomous; it is now released in English.