The graduate architecture program at the University of Utah this year was charged with the task of designing two micro-cabins for Mexican Water Chapter.Begaye: Don’t delay election, people ready to vote
At a campaign rally last Thursday in Chinle — home of not only his opponent, Joe Shirley Jr., but also the man who is trying to get his name off the ballot, Myron McLaughlin — presidential candidate Russell Begaye and his running mate Jonathan Nez managed to draw about 30 people with a message of “healing and reconciliation.”Nez, chief hearing officer, fired by Shelly
Richie Nez, who has been the chief hearing officer for the Navajo Nation Office of Hearings and Appeals since it was created, was removed from office by Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly this week.Navajo delegation brings back Yei Bi Chei masks from Paris
The Navajo delegation tasked with retrieving seven Navajo Yei Bi Chei masks from a Paris auction house has successfully completed its mission.
Even from his jail cell, Gary MacDonald has circulated rumors that he will be released on a change of plea deal for alleged drug charges that put him the slammer.
Valley Lady Pirates head coach Julia Six said, heading into the championship game against Window Rock on the Lady Scouts’ home floor, that it would be a challenge.
Arts & Entertainment
As the youngest editor and the only female in the Navajo Times’ 50-year history, Candace Begody has been invited by at least a dozen groups to share the story of how she came upon her career.
Four young women competed on Oct. 11 as LeChee Chapter presented the 2015-14 Miss Western Navajo pageant.
From chord progressions to playing in sync, students from Chinle and Many Farms high schools enhanced their skills as musicians with the help of Philadelphia award-winning ensemble Orchestra 2001.
It’s the beginning of an era because the newly crowned Miss Northern Navajo, Robyn Barber, is the first royalty to wear the new crown.
The Ganado Middle School Lego Robotics Club took their shot in the First Lego League challenge at the Arizona Official Qualifying Tournament last month.
At a campaign rally last Thursday in Chinle — home of not only his opponent, Joe Shirley Jr., but also the man who is trying to get his name off the ballot, Myron McLaughlin — presidential candidate Russell Begaye and his running mate Jonathan Nez managed to draw about 30 people with a message of “healing and reconciliation.”
In our Diné Nation, poverty is the root of all our social and economic disasters. Sadly our leaders have done little to nothing to recognize this horror and take effective measures. Why use what remains of the $554 million settlement to establish more government programs?
In big cities coffee shops line the streets, but for the Navajo Nation a coffee shop is hard to come by.