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Obituaries for April 30, 2015

Cody Nelson Francisco ST. MICHAELS, Ariz. — Funeral services for Cody Nelson Francisco, 12, will be held Saturday, May 2, at 10 a.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Take the time to teach children history, culture

I encourage families to take time on this day to teach our children about our history, our culture, our hopes, and dreams for their continued success, and instilling in our children – Ahééshdindzin (being appreciative and thankful).


Japanese activists visit uranium area

While Larry King, a former uranium miner-turned activist, recounted the 1979 Church Rock uranium spill through a megaphone last week, Japanese anti-nuclear activists listened intently.


Judge still serving despite criminal complaint

A district court judge is still sitting on the bench after the prosecutor’s office filed a criminal complaint against her.


Warriors reunite

Gathering of Nations is honor ground for veterans


Letters: Fixing election laws not enough

Thank you for this opportunity to weigh in on the Navajo Supreme Court orchestrated special presidential election results.

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Man pleads guilty to sex abuse

Manuel Tsosie, 37, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation who resides in Gallup, N.M., pleaded guilty Monday in federal court here to a child sexual abuse charge.

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Hawks, foxes, deer and rez horses

The morning was bright and clean. The highway smooth like a freshly washed porcelain plate. The Southwest horizon clear in the sun.

Track & Field

Dream Team

Miyamura finds right combination in medley race


An archive of longings

The old photographs show two men, adorned in turquoise and wearing traditional Navajo outfits, letting their horses drink on one side while a woman weaves and a family poses outside their hogan on the other.