Page girls cap year at 35-1 with state titleNez: Nation has ‘window of opportunity’
Jonathan Nez, the three-time Council delegate from Shonto who is running for vice-president on the Russell Begaye ticket, can thank two people for setting the course he is on now.Snow, mud create treacherous conditions across rez
In his Chevy truck with chains on the tires, Allen Bryant parked along side New Mexico State Highway 164 waiting for his grandson to arrive on the school bus.Voter group threatening recall action if funds approved for April 21 election
Recall and impeachment will happen, if members of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council and Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly sign into law money for the April 21 election.
The first week in March 1965 was a good news week for the Navajo Times.
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Ron Larson says he’s really attracted to the colors of the Colorado Plateau.
Sounds from beginning guitar players clashed with those of the more experienced during the Native American Music Fund Teens for Music workshop at the Navajo Nation Museum on Saturday.
Students from Hopi High School want to take their journalism skills on the road, and possibly gain a few along the way.
Jonathan Nez, the three-time Council delegate from Shonto who is running for vice-president on the Russell Begaye ticket, can thank two people for setting the course he is on now.
Each year, the Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship & Financial Assistance receives approximately 17,000 applications from students seeking a college degree.
Gaming enterprise celebrates 10-year anniversary