Farmington Daily Times
Updated: March 25, 2008 5:17:41 PM MDT
It would be a serious mistake to think that this newspaper will give up so easy. Hardly. The results of a biased federal inquiry into the travel by hundreds of Navajo delegates to a conference in Hawaii, many of them using public money, found no wrongdoing and Sen.   Full Story
I'm just guessing, but I'll bet Mr. Denton Blueeyes never has visited Hawaii. However, given that nearly 400 of his fellow tribal members spent perhaps $1 million in public money to go there, I'm sure he thinks it must be a pretty darn special place.   Full Story
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The U.S. Department of the Interior continues to investigate the travel by hundreds of Navajo representatives to Hawaii last October, with federal officials in California now involved in the review.   Full Story
The Navajo Nation Department of DinĂ© Education spent $70,820 to send 27 people to a Hawaii conference, adding to a growing tally believed to be around $1 million for as many as 400 tribal representatives.   Full Story
SHIPROCK — The Central Consolidated School District is standing behind its decision to send eight people to the 2007 National Indian Education Association convention in Hawaii at a cost of about $15,000.   Full Story
FARMINGTON — U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici on Friday called for a federal inquiry into the claim that more than 362 people representing the Navajo tribe traveled to an education conference in Hawaii, many of them using federal or tribal money to pay for their trips.   Full Story
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