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At some time before Gallup Police arrived at the scene of an exposure death in the early-morning hours on Jan. 8, the deadly cold of the border town night claimed its sixth victim of the season.

Rios gets the max

Rios gets the max

  February 11, 2016
Controversy on a bun

Controversy on a bun

  February 5, 2016

Sports

With an at large berth on the line, the Tuba City Warriors increased its chances of making the Division III state basketball tournament.

Unbeaten Lady Bengals soaring

Unbeaten Lady Bengals soaring

  February 11, 2016

Arts & Entertainment

A calendar featuring 12 Native Americans across Indian Country and the First Nations in Canada will be released in the next few weeks.

After the closure of the old Navajo mill in the early 1990s, the fate of log saw blades were doomed as they went into the trash.

FORT DEFIANCE In Lydia Fasthorse’s 20-year career, she has learned that many young people may not hear the vital stories

Artists share anti-mining message ‘through song and music’

Good and raw

Good and raw

  December 17, 2015
Beating injustice

Beating injustice

  November 25, 2015

A calendar featuring 12 Native Americans across Indian Country and the First Nations in Canada will be released in the next few weeks.

Politics

Monday is Presidents’ Day, celebrating the lives of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. But in some schools, it is used as a time to celebrate the deeds of all of the nation’s Presidents.

Opinion

Here it is, the last stages of the term for the elected officials of Shiprock Chapter and one wonders at the accomplishments for the community. There is an existing list of at least 100 projects that the chapter president has shared a few times and some that I will mention.