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‘12 years of school but just one day to graduate’

Student-athletes among 120 who graduate from Window Rock High


Montana group sues Zinke for national monument info

A Whitefish, Montana, conservation group is suing the federal government for ignoring their request for information about the Obama administration’s deliberations about five national monuments.


Chichiltah man pleads guilty to child abuse

Julian King, 31,of Chichiltah, New Mexico, was sentenced to two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a federal child abuse charge.


Gallup-McKinley parents no longer must buy school supplies

Parents of students at Gallup-McKinley County Schools will no longer have to buy school supplies.


3 new members of NHA board confirmed

Three new members of Navajo Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners were confirmed Thursday by the Naabik’íyáti’ Committee.


Public invited to Veterans Advisory Council meeting

TyAnn Nakai, chairwoman of the Navajo Nation Veterans Advisory Council, has invited the public to a work session Friday.


Aneth, Ganado shootings lead to two fatalities

Two fatal shootings occurred last Thursday in two separate locations on the Navajo Nation.


Bill introduced to keep Navajo Generating Station open

The long-awaited replacement lease legislation to keep the Navajo Generating Station open was released Wednesday evening.


Delegates seek to remove AG from OK’ing spending

The Navajo Nation Council is pushing to eliminate Attorney General Ethel Branch’s authorization on fiduciary matters after not seeing eye to eye.


Letters: Be aware of what you didn’t learn

As you make a new beginning in your life, graduate, be aware of important things you didn’t learn in school.