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As house passes compact, safety concerns flare up at Fire Rock

After a long, contentious New Mexico legislative session that scrutinized the 2015 tribal gaming compact during numerous committee and floor meetings, the final vote came down last Thursday with the House of Representatives voting 61 to 5 in favor of the compact.


End of watch

Officer’s death sparks pleas for more funding, personnel


Shooter remembered as talented artist, ‘nice guy’

While the family of slain Navajo Nation Police Officer Alex Yazzie was preparing a funeral for an expected several hundred mourners from all over the country, another family was at their local chapter house borrowing a backhoe to dig a simple grave for a simple service.


Officer Down

Alex Yazzie funeral Friday in Farmington


‘Under Exile’ hopes news album will inspire other local bands

The guys of Under Exile are looking forward to the release of their debut album “Self Imposed Exile” on March 26.


Times honors the best in winter sports

The Navajo Times honors the best athletes of the 2014-15 season next week.


Humanity and complexity

When it comes to movies, much can be said about aspect ratios and picture quality, but regardless of a movie screen’s height and width, the picture itself is still flat.


Letters: Former Hopi chairman on recent police shooting

The recent killing of a Navajo Nation police officer inspired me to write this letter. First, my deepest condolences to the family of Officer Alex Yazzie and prayers for the

Election 2014

Efforts underway to remove Herb Yazzie as chief justice

Although the presidential election seems to be on track, the fallout from the dispute between the Navajo Nation Supreme Court and the Council continues.


Blue Bird Pinups host Easter Egg-stravaganza

As a way to give the local community a day of family fun, the women of the Blue Bird Pinups (BBP) has hosted their 2nd annual Easter Eggstravaganza.