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From being a statistic to collecting them: Coalmine Canyon native headed to Oxford

Teen mom, high school dropout, alcohol abuser … “I’ve been a statistic,” says Molita Yazzie, “many times over.”


Letters: 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

The month of August will mark the 10-year anniversary of the devastating destruction that Hurricane Katrina brought down on New Orleans.


Out with a bang

Navajo Nation Final Four Showdown awards $10,000 to local bull rider


‘I got this!’

Alyson Shirley crowned 69th Naabeehó Bich’eekį’.


New powwow princess: Bullying is not OK!

Just because Marlyssa Ann Jim didn’t win the Navajo Nation Fair Princess title last year didn’t mean she could not try again.


Begaye disputes EPA’s testimony, calls for more help

At hearings before the U.S. Senate’s Indian Affairs Committee Wednesday, President Russell Begaye disputed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy’s testimony that the EPA is continuing to supply hay and water to communities affected by the Aug. 5 Gold King Mine Spill.

Guest Essay

Guest Essay: Is is time to enact laws for libelous remarks on social media?

Recently, friends and supporters sent me a copy of a message appearing on Facebook regarding my service as a Council Delegate and showing that I supposedly used my political power to get $25,000 waterline extended only to my house

Track & Field

Shiprock’s Antonio Yazzie: Cowboy turned runner

While many of his classmates are still warm in their beds, Antonio Yazzie makes his way to the Shiprock Northwest High School track just before the sun rises.


Begaye highlights work of first 100 days as prez

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez, who have now completed their first 100 days in office, have begun to settle into their new jobs.


Ganado netters bag Rehoboth Invite title

Collectively, Paige Boling, JaeLynn Curley, Mariah Cook and the rest of the Ganado Lady Hornets were in sync at the Rehoboth Invitational.