Grandparents prominent in new Northern royalty’s livesCouncil tightens qualifications for NNOGC board
After two years of debate over running the Navajo Oil and Gas Company, members of the Navajo Nation Council took action.Heinrich tours uranium sites on Navajo
U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., paused Friday at the entrance of an abandoned uranium mine.Bates: Bennett Freeze Should be priority
Eleanor Peshlakai wanted to shout from the auditorium seats last week to enlighten the 23rd Navajo Nation Council as to her difficult living condition in the former Bennett Freeze.
For the first time, the Navajo Times has decided to get involved in the annual “make the reservation look good to travel writers” program.
Local man controls disease by competing in marathons
Arts & Entertainment
The Tónaneesdizí Local Government announced last week the winner of the Western Navajo Fair logo contest, in which the winner, a young graphic artist from Bird Springs, Ariz., had no problem impressing the judges.
Diné College Friday gave visitors a sneak peek at the recently renovated student union building and a tour of the new family student housing at a grand opening Friday, although the SUB is not yet officially open to the public.
After two years of debate over running the Navajo Oil and Gas Company, members of the Navajo Nation Council took action.
Shopping at a gas station or convenience store on the Navajo Nation, you are bombarded with stacks of soda, chips and other junk food that are “on sale” as soon as you walk in.
The animation of an elephant jumping on a trampoline had the crowd silent as they watched and experienced the start of Change Labs 2015.