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Police officer dies in alcohol-related crash

The Kayenta Police District is mourning the death of an officer who was killed in a vehicle accident last night.


Central Fair open; some venues change

It will be the same events we all know and love, but some different venues this year at the Central Navajo Fair.


Dilkon requests exclusion of Pittmans

Dilkon Chapter has passed a resolution asking the Navajo Nation president and Department of Justice to exclude Dante and Rivke Pittman, aka ’Aiy and Qmamti Bnu, from the reservation based on their alleged ties to an extremist cult.


‘We have our freedom’

The Moving Wall evokes memories, emotions for survivors


Vietnam veteran fought to live another year

Little did he know his greatest gift to himself was to keep himself alive to see the age of 24.


Navajo Code Talker Day

A time to remember, catch up and share stories


Survey shows majority want larger Council

Eight years after the Navajo people voted to reduce the size of the Navajo Nation Council from 88 to 24 members, a lot of tribal members are apparently unhappy with the way things have turned out.


For first time, concussions are topic of disccussion

Ryan Paquin should have been a two-time wrestling state champion.


Consistency pays off for saddle bronc rider

In his Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial debut two years ago, Jalen Joaquin remembers “getting smoked.”

Track & Field

Page boys begin quest for fourth straight state championship

“A lot of hard work from each individual for the betterment of the team is a key to our success,” said Page head cross-country coach MacArthur Lane, who begins his sixth year as the Sand Devils’ skipper.