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Byron and Pauline Tsingine inducted into Flagstaff Sports Hall of Fame

Pauline Tsingine and the late Byron Tsingine were recently inducted into the Flagstaff Sports Foundation 2016 Hall of Fame during a banquet at Little America in Flagstaff.


Tádídiin Tours is on the Pollen Path

Business was really slow in the beginning, says Jackie Tsingine, owner of Canyon X Hiking Photography Tour, the lonely company situated at Milepost 307.8 alongside Arizona State Route 98.


Crystal native making a name for himself in the world of sports broadcasting

When William McLaughlin used to record the games of his father’s basketball team, he dreamed of becoming the next Dan Patrick.


Rehoboth girls battle Gallup to a tie, boys win 10-0

The Rehoboth girls soccer team kicked off the season with a 1-1 tie against Gallup


Native Pop Art Exhibit Extended Through October

The Santa Fe Indian Market may have ended on Sunday, but the Native Pop Art exhibit has been extended through Oct. 31. Originally, the exhibit was scheduled to close at the end of August. Pop Gallery Director, Sharla Throckmorton-McDowell, extended the dates to give visitors a greater chance to see the showpieces.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Peabody debates how to transport coal

Fifty years ago, officials for the Peabody Coal Company had to make a decision.


Obituaries for Aug. 25, 2016

Sadie J. Yazzie LUKACHUKAI, Ariz. — Funeral services for Sadie J. Yazzie, 93, of Round Rock, Ariz., will be held today, Aug. 25, at 10 a.m. at the St. Isabel


Slush fund defendants being sentenced today

Thirteen former members of the Navajo Nation Council and two former staff assistants are being sentenced today in the Navajo Tribal Court in Window Rock in connection with the five-year-long investigation into misuse of tribal discretionary funds.


Begaye vetoes regionalization referendum

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye announced on KTNN Friday afternoon on his decision to veto legislation that would hold a referendum on regionalization.


Begaye, Nez announce EPA lawsuit

After what was described as “a year of waiting for assistance that never came,” Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez said they have no choice but to file a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency for their part in the Gold King Mine spill and its aftermath.