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Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye said on Friday afternoon that the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to not pay claims made by farmers along the San Juan River and Animas River, who were affected by the Aug. 2015 Gold King Mine spill, is both childish and shameful.

‘United in saying no’

‘United in saying no’

  January 12, 2017

Sports

The Page wrestling team was right where they expected to be after the first day of the 46th annual Joseph City wrestling tournament.

Gallup tops Artesia in finals

Gallup tops Artesia in finals

  January 12, 2017

Education

Navajo Technical University is advertising for bids for a 6,000-square-foot steel building — the first structure in an ambitious 38-acre campus …

GMCS to meet today

GMCS to meet today

  December 19, 2016

Politics

Office of Hearings and Appeals has ruled that Steven Begay does not qualify as a candidate for Navajo Nation Council and wont be representing Coyote Canyon, Mexican Springs, Naschitti, Tohatchi and Bahastl’a’a’.

Arts & Entertainment

Navajo artist’s decoration spotlighted at the Heard

Figurative, literal warmth combine at Fort

Guns to Gardens

Guns to Gardens

  December 29, 2016
Hamming it up

Hamming it up

  December 22, 2016
No sweat

No sweat

  December 15, 2016

Déłí occupying golf course considered sacred in Diné culture

Stepping into the New Year

Stepping into the New Year

  January 5, 2017
Deeply beautiful

Deeply beautiful

  December 8, 2016
Haunting the haunts

Haunting the haunts

  October 27, 2016
Making room for ma’ii

Making room for ma’ii

  October 13, 2016

Raymond Lee, Diné, from Shiprock, has a jovial smile and a sincere way of getting his point across.

Opinion

I’m writing about the Blue Canyon Road on behalf of my family and the people who live in the community.

Business

Tribal employees who spoke to the Navajo Times under the condition of anonymity said they have been pushed to join a union, a choice that was meant to be optional.

Sippable art

Sippable art

  December 15, 2016