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Defensive spark powers Chinle girls over Ganado

Continuing one of their best seasons in program history, the Chinle girls’ basketball team defeated Ganado for the third straight time on Tuesday night.


Young Diné carries on tradition at Sandia Prep

Inherits passion for basketball from mother

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Navajo brothers sent to prison in murder

Three Navajo brothers will be in prison for a total of more than 18 years in connection with a murder and an aggravated assault that occurred last March in Fruitland, New Mexico.

50 Years Ago

50 years ago: Navajos push for land acquisition

The Navajo Nation is pushing forward on its biggest land acquisition in more than 50 years as the tribal government is trying to convince the federal government to transfer more than 300,000 acres of federal land in northwest New Mexico to the Navajos.


Obituaries for Jan. 26, 2017

Henry Albert Nelson HOUCK, Ariz. — Funeral services for Henry Albert Nelson, 80, were held Jan. 11 at the Good News Mission in Houck, Arizona, with Pastor Eugene Chee officiating.


Nez ‘holding the fort’ while Begaye in D.C.

Navajo Nation Vice President Jonathan Nez wasn’t in the crowds in Washington D.C. to see Donald Trump take his oath of office as the 45th United States President early Friday.


Wet weekend, winter storm warning in effect

The warning is in effect for most of northern Arizona above 5,500 feet that started Thursday morning and will extend through noon on Saturday, Jan. 21.


Navajo Nation dips into UUFB to cover GA, welfare shortfall

General assistance and welfare programs received some funding this week after shortfalls clients were left without checks for two months during the holiday season.


23rd Navajo Nation Council Winter Session to begin Monday

For those wanting to attend the 23rd Navajo Nation Council Winter Session, don’t go to the council chamber because renovations to the building won’t be complete until sometime around April.


Nation ‘confused, angry’ over death of family

Early last week, authorities found the bodies of two young Diné women and three children in a remote area of Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico.