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The chairman of the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is confident that Brian Parrish is the man to “effectively lead Navajo Gaming into the future,” in spite of the new CEO’s involvement in a 2002 contest-rigging incident at The Venetian resort in Las Vegas.

Police seek help identifying body

Police seek help identifying body

  February 27, 2017
An uphill battle for Escalade

An uphill battle for Escalade

  February 23, 2017

Sports

The final curtain for the 2017 Arizona state boys and girls basketball tournament came to a close on Saturday.

Page reaches 3A title game

Page reaches 3A title game

  February 24, 2017
Ganado earns Final Four berth

Ganado earns Final Four berth

  February 23, 2017
Down to the wire

Down to the wire

  February 23, 2017

Education

Gregory Hurley’s study shows that snow and at least 14 kinds of bottled water are no safer than tap water.

Shí, Robot

Shí, Robot

  February 16, 2017
These fish really are in schools

These fish really are in schools

  February 2, 2017

Politics

The first Chief Justice of the Navajo Nation Supreme Court, Tom Tso, has filed an intent to sue the Navajo Nation, the Navajo Nation Office of the Controller and former acting controller Bobby White over what he considers an unlawful increase in the salary given to council delegates.

Arts & Entertainment

Centenarian recalls a time of strong people, ambitious sheep

Telling stories through jewelry

Telling stories through jewelry

  February 23, 2017
‘Whatever flows’

‘Whatever flows’

  February 23, 2017
Taking it on the road

Taking it on the road

  February 16, 2017

Diné artists prepare to sell at the Heard

Ornamental art

Ornamental art

  December 1, 2016
Real characters

Real characters

  November 23, 2016
Getting SANE

Getting SANE

  January 26, 2017
Coated in comfort

Coated in comfort

  January 12, 2017
Guns to Gardens

Guns to Gardens

  December 29, 2016
Hamming it up

Hamming it up

  December 22, 2016

Though she will use it occasionally for accents, the Maidu part of jewelry maker Liz Wallace does not happily work with gold because of her ancestors’ horrific experiences during the Gold Rush when bounties of 25 cents were put on the heads of Native children and women.

Taking it on the road

Taking it on the road

  February 16, 2017
Jaaʼabaní needs help, now!

Jaaʼabaní needs help, now!

  January 19, 2017
Golden geese

Golden geese

  January 12, 2017

There’s a choice – sugary drinks in ugly containers that put you at risk for chronic diseases, or clear, refreshing water that makes you healthier in a cool cup of your choice.

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.

Centenarian recalls a time of strong people, ambitious sheep

Morning star

Morning star

  December 1, 2016
Back in the trenches

Back in the trenches

  September 29, 2016

Opinion

Edward T. Begay, Ervin Chavez, and Leila Help Tulley wrote a nice guest column where they justified the money Navajo

Business

Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise Chief Operating Officer Brian Parrish, who has been acting CEO since former interim CEO Derrick Watchman was placed on administrative leave last September, has been selected as CEO of the tribal enterprise …

Sippable art

Sippable art

  December 15, 2016