KGLP Slide Show

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Gallup area news

Not to advertise for a law firm but this is relative to Gallup area : Stoel Rives Energy Law Alert: BIA Proposes Regulations for Surface Leases of Trust Land for Energy and Other Uses. link to 44 pages of regs in Federal Register there.
Energy Law Alert: BIA Proposes Regulations for Surface Leases of Trust Land for Energy and Other Uses 11/29/2011

Fatal stabbing in Tuba City
N avajo Nation Police are investigating an aggravated battery that turned into a homicide Nov. 11 in the Tuba City area.
Visiting pilots for this weekends rally: The Red Lion Hotel does not have their big sign up yet, (as of last night). The hotel is located on West 66 between the Ranch Kitchen and Taco Bell, West of last year's headquarters.
ON AIR = Jordan Lomahoema discusses his recent trip to Washington D.C. to be honoured with meeting First Lady Michelle Obama & receiving a National Arts / Humanities award.
This November, 15 year-old Jordan Lomahoema from Keams Canyon, on the Hopi Nation was at the White House to receive the 2011 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, on behalf of the Grand Canyon Music Festival’s Native American Composer Apprentice Project (NACAP).
ON AIR = Hopi High School's beginning radio class.
ATTENTION AZ RESIDENTS: Meet Mindy: A Native Girl from the Southwest, by Susan Secakuku (Hopi), has been selected as one of the four kids’ book finalists for ONEBOOKAZ, a statewide reading program that brings communities together through literature. In April every year, this program encourages communities across Arizona to read the same book at the same time and participate in discussions, author visits, and programs centered around that book. One title is chosen for adults to read, and one title is chosen for kids. For more information, and to vote for your favorite kids’ book visit, click on the link above. Voting is through Dec. 4. and open to Arizona residents only.
Hey Kids! Read to celebrate the Arizona State Centennial in 2012 with ONEBOOKAZ for Kids. Help pick the book that all of the kids in Arizona will read in 2012. Choose from four fun and exciting books about Arizona people and places.

Shelly seeks emergency fund
Shelly said Tuesday that the $25 million should be considered "untouchable" until the Navajo Nation government has a "clear outlook on what the federal budget will look like."

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