The confusion and chaos surrounding the Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company for the past several months continued this week.
- Slideshow: NABI Invitational
- BBQ takes center stage
- Preserving Churro sheep
- Bumpy roads
- Eastern Fair Rodeo champs
- Kids flock to NB3 golf clinic
- McConnell wins Wild Thing
- Long and Dennison win
- Handing out books at age 7
- Artist to NYC
- Sharing Shiprock history
- Opening arms to youth
- Pull of the moon
- Rolling over Gallup
- Volleyball academy
- Weighty fun
While the Israeli Army maneuvers its ground forces into Gaza, protesters lined up in front of the Navajo Nation Council Chambers Thursday to rebut the Navajo Nation's agriculture involvement and partnership with the State of Israel.
Contrary to information on the developers’ website, a bill committing the Navajo Nation to partner on a resort on the rim of the Little Colorado Canyon has not reached the speaker’s office and will not be on the Navajo Nation Council’s summer session agenda.
Joe Arviso Benally, 51, of Red Valley, Ariz., was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and use (discharge) of a firearm in a crime of violence
Another big budget movie is preparing to film on the Navajo Reservation and it is anything but politically correct.
Instead of water balloon fights and squirt guns it’s that time of year when students start thinking about paper and pencils as the summer months start to wind down.
The 2013 Navajo Nation Fair ended up losing money.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is requesting the Navajo Housing Authority return $96 million for its failure to comply with the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act if it doesn't file a hearing with the federal agency within 30 days.
As most of the candidates running for Navajo Nation president continue to seek funds to publicize their campaign, many are finding that one of the best ways of getting their message to the voters is through the forums being sponsored by the Navajo Times and KTNN-KWRK.
Through June and early July of 1964, one of the continuing stories in the Navajo Times was about the drought conditions on the Navajo Reservation and what the tribe could do about it.
The Navajo Nation Emergency Operations Center will now demobilize. Containment, however, does not mean the 14,712-acre fire is controlled or fully out.
When he introduced the proposed Rangeland Improvement Act in January, Navajo Nation Agriculture Department Director Leo Watchman predicted it would be "a tough sell."
While fireworks tents have popped up in border towns for the July 4th weekend, the June 12 fire restrictions and June 16 declaration of emergency ordered by President Ben Shelly remain in effect.
The third presidential forum on Monday featured pointed exchanges between the 17 candidates over policy, character, vision, and even their administration. With two months left until the primary election, it was the candidates' chance to impress Western Navajo – or not.