Water flowing in Fruitland

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Water flowing in Fruitland

Water is flowing again in the canal system that serves three chapters on the south side of the San Juan River, tribal officials confirmed Friday morning.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Annie Wauneka exerts her power

Fifty years ago, one of the most powerful persons on the Navajo Reservation wasn’t a tribal chairman or even a man.


Times unveils new design

Long-time readers of the Navajo Times will notice a lot of changes in this week’s newspaper.


Wool and grit

Siblings find healing after parents’ death


No more books?

Chinle Unified, Diné College go digital


‘No place like it’

Bed & Breakfast offers visitors slice of Navajo life


Ganado gets turf upgrade

The initial investment regarding the football field turf by the Ganado school district proved to be an exceptional one.

Guest Essay

Building a healthy nation based on four pillars

Yá’át’ééh! Congratulations to the Navajo Times in launching the new edition! Thank you for the opportunity to be part of this special day.


Denetso resigns, Tallbull takes over Prep football team

When Storm Tallbull needed a football family; Navajo Preparatory School gave him one.


Family of artists make appearance at Santa Fe Indian Market

The first piece of art Juniper Anderson sold at the Santa Fe Indian Market was a page from a coloring book.