Navajo COVID curve flattens, but leaders fear post-holiday spike in cases (June 1, 2020)

After weeks of grim news as the pandemic tore through the Navajo Nation, the curve of positive COVID-19 cases has begun to flatten, President Jonathan Nez said.

Clara Caufield: Johnny Joe Woodenlegs, Cheyenne Warrior (June 1, 2020)

Good travels my old friend. Sta-vah-sah-whooms. (I will see you again).

Native Sun News Today Editorial: It is time to start preparing for the upcoming elections (June 1, 2020)

While there a pandemic decimating America and much of the world, Donald Trump is looking for any reason he can come up with to place the blame for his total incompetence on someone else.

Native Sun News Today: Navajo would use CARES Act money to create water system (June 1, 2020)

The Navajo Nation has received $600 million from the CARES Act and tribal lawmakers are collecting public comments to determine the best ways to spend the money.

Chuck Hoskin: Why I support State Question 802 Medicaid expansion (June 1, 2020)

Expanding Medicaid coverage for Cherokee citizens will dramatically strengthen the finances of our tribal health system.

Doug George-Kanentiio: On the American uprising of 2020 (June 1, 2020)

In Canada and the U.S., Native people have been attacked and died at the hands of the police, at times in the most brutal of ways.

Tim Giago: Families of murdered men still waiting for closure (June 1, 2020)

It started in May of 1998 when bodies began to show up in Rapid City Creek. Of the eight bodies discovered six were Native Americans, and all were homeless men.