Poll: Settlement
After the federal government finalized a $554 million settlement with the Navajo Nation, what should be the tribe's top priority for the money?
 Education and college scholarships
 Road, water and electricity projects
 Health care and substance abuse treatment
 Improving housing and attracting businesses
 Something else
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Shiprock High School's head volleyball coach resigns

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