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Navajo family evacuated from Texas home

A Navajo family impacted by floods in Texas is safe, but say they lost everything.


Attempted burglary leads to auto crash

Two Gallup residents were arrested Wednesday by McKinley County Sheriff’s deputies in connection with a burglary attempt in Tse Bonito and an attempted escape into Arizona.


What? No fry bread contest at Miss Navajo pageant

If you are a fan of the Miss Navajo fry bread-making contest, expect not to see it this year.


Shiprock a step closer to new justice center

Shiprock Chapter President Duane “Chili” Yazzie said his community has been trying to get a new and improved judicial and public safety facility for the past 10 years.


Watching the war trail

Diné leaders become lawmen, leading to today’s police force


New Lands, Padres Mesa look toward relocation office closure

With the Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation set to sunset next year, there have been many emotional public hearings with testimony from people on the Navajo Partitioned Land and Hopi Partitioned Land who are still struggling with the aftermath of the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement.


Youth day part of ‘cure’ for social ills

A young woman in her early 20s recently died here as a result of violence. Some are viewing it as a result of the community’s failure to invest in the youth. Now, some say there is a cure.


Winslow High 53rd reunion draws Diné

Months of promoting, cajoling, and well, something bordering on pestering, paid off for Jerry Sanchez and Joe Armijo, two old high school chums whose dream was to get more Native Americans out to a high school reunion.


Ganado Hornets shuts down Hopi Bruins

Ganado’s all-around performance was too much for Hopi to handle as the Hornets blanked the Bruins, 65-0, in a season opening freedom football game.


Eat well, exercise and pray

Diné elders give advice for living long and healthy lives