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Begay praised, lambasted for one-word prayer

Seems like every Navajo on the reservation has weighed in on former Arizona State senator Carlyle Begay’s Diné Bizaad prayer at Donald Trump’s inauguration last Saturday.

Letters

Letters: Lead, follow or get out of the way

In recent weeks, some have followed the new U.S. President-elect with some interest. As soon as he won the election, he started selecting his potential team of the cabinet, directors, department heads, advisors, etc., before he even stepped into the office. This is called being proactive.

News

Begaye: Coal cost is culprit in NGS fate

When President Russell Begaye asked the owners of the Navajo Generating Station what could be done to extend the lease up to 2029, he was told that the cost of Peabody Western Coal Company’s coal is too high.

Politics

LoRenzo Bates to continue as Speaker

Navajo Nation Speaker LoRenzo Bates was voted to continue as speaker for the remaining two years of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council.

Education

A proud carriage

‘Legacy of Excellence’ bus honors Ganado grads who made good

Basketball

Changing of the guard

The memories made on Friday night were a long overdue for the Miyamura girls basketball team.

Community

Getting SANE

Sexual assault survivors now have safe haven

Basketball

Missed opportunities cost Farmington game with Kirtland Central

Just before their district meeting with Farmington High School, the Kirtland Central High School Broncos took some time to envision their win.

Music

Diné rapper strives to preserve language

There have been many recent attempts to preserve the Diné language, with varying degrees of success. One Diné musician is attempting to do that through art.

Basketball

Defense is key to Chinle’s victory over Ganado

Veteran Chinle Wildcats head coach Raul Mendoza preaches defense.