Arizona Republic, Navajo Times earn top newspaper honors

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Arizona Republic, Navajo Times earn top newspaper honors

The Arizona Republic and Navajo Times earned top honors Saturday at the Arizona Newspaper Association’s annual fall convention.

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Attack on one tribe’s sovereignty is an attack on all tribes’ sovereignty

Native American people must join together in unity and speak with one voice as we look to protect our lands, languages, and cultural resources for future generations. As Navajo citizens, we are standing together with the Standing Rock Sioux to protect their sacred lands and we must stand with each other here at home to protect our sacred lands in the Bears Ears region.


Gaming CEO on admin leave

Navajo gaming officials announced Thursday that Derrick Watchman, the CEO of the Navajo Gaming Enterprise, was put on administrative leave with pay pending an investigation into allegations dealing with some of his administrative positions.


Woman arrested in Gallup murder

Gallup police announced Thursday the arrest of a 23-year-old Gallup woman for the murder of a St. Michaels man on Tuesday.


Arthur, Morgan await sentencing in slush fund case

The special prosecutors for the Navajo Nation late Wednesday released an update on the cases they have filed against former members of the Navajo Nation Council who have pled guilty or no contest to conspiracy in the mismanagement of tribal monies from the discretionary fund program.


Police searching for murder suspects

GALLUP Gallup police were looking Wednesday for two Native American men and a woman who were involved in the murder of a St. Michaels, Arizona, man Tuesday. The victim was


Letters: Agree with Zah on endorsing Clinton

She once proclaimed, “Democrats are the party of working people.”


Tsosie, Damon walk out on McCain roundtable

Navajo Nation Council delegates Seth Damon and Leonard Tsosie accuse McCain of a publicity stunt.

Track & Field

KC runner sets new course record

Just a week ago, Kirtland Central High runner Kashon Harrison edged Chinle’s Santiago Hardy to win the Chinle Invite by a mere two seconds.


Crews appear to be working inside DAPL buffer zone

With helicopters and small planes buzzing the Dakota Access Pipeline showdown in Standing Rock, N.D., Big Brother is probably watching.