The first piece of art Juniper Anderson sold at the Santa Fe Indian Market was a page from a coloring book.
With the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ July 24 approval of a lease extension between owners of the Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Nation, employees like Deborah Yazzie could retire there or work until 2041.
By LoRenzo Bates Special to the Times I would like to begin by thanking the Navajo Times for this opportunity to be a part of this week’s edition, which includes
It’s been four months since Navajo voters elected a new administration and several new delegates, signaling an apparent desire for change in Window Rock. Since taking office, the new leaders have been unconvincing to bring truth to one of their campaign promises “we will hit the ground running”.
MCGAFFEY, N.M. Last year the Zuni and Laguna-Acoma boys swept the team titles at the New Mexico state cross-country meet. Individually, Miyamura standout Niles Thomas capped an undefeated season by