Navajo gaming officials announced Thursday that Derrick Watchman, the CEO of the Navajo Gaming Enterprise, was put on administrative leave with pay pending an investigation into allegations dealing with some of his administrative positions.
Just a week ago, Kirtland Central High runner Kashon Harrison edged Chinle’s Santiago Hardy to win the Chinle Invite by a mere two seconds.
Last month, five students from Monument Valley High School (Utah) won ribbons after entering their projects in the San Juan County Fair.
The special prosecutors for the Navajo Nation late Wednesday released an update on the cases they have filed against former members of the Navajo Nation Council who have pled guilty or no contest to conspiracy in the mismanagement of tribal monies from the discretionary fund program.
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For the ‘Highway 160’ team of Don Hunter, Ryan Smith, and Herb Smith, the type of horse they drew came as a complete surprise.
Rippy Williams and his two daughters, Lily and Lola vow to never go to bed mad or angry at each other.
Native American people must join together in unity and speak with one voice as we look to protect our lands, languages, and cultural resources for future generations. As Navajo citizens, we are standing together with the Standing Rock Sioux to protect their sacred lands and we must stand with each other here at home to protect our sacred lands in the Bears Ears region.
The Arizona Republic and Navajo Times earned top honors Saturday at the Arizona Newspaper Association’s annual fall convention.