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Tuba City, Window Rock boys advance

With an at large berth on the line, the Tuba City Warriors increased its chances of making the Division III state basketball tournament.

Politics

Tribal leaders: How much do you know?

Monday is Presidents’ Day, celebrating the lives of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. But in some schools, it is used as a time to celebrate the deeds of all of the nation’s Presidents.

Education

Newcomb girl credits ʻtiger momʼ for bee win

Tiger moms get a bad rap. But sometimes itʼs good to have one.

Letters

Letters: NDOT, BIA, fix the roads!

Here it is, the last stages of the term for the elected officials of Shiprock Chapter and one wonders at the accomplishments for the community. There is an existing list of at least 100 projects that the chapter president has shared a few times and some that I will mention.

Track & Field

Lewis, DuBoise pace Wings’ Junior Women to National title

Led by Courtney Lewis and Chamique DuBoise, Wings of America Junior Women’s squad nailed down the National title at the USATF Cross-Country National Championships last Saturday at Bend, Ore.

Track & Field

Wings of America Junior Men’s team garners national championship

Coach Clay Mayes said Wings of America’s Junior Men’s winter training was the key to the team’s success at the 2016 USATF Cross-Country National Championships.

Education

Surprises rule at Chinle bee

Last year’s champ out in Round 1; former champs pronounce

News

Sixth exposure death in Gallup takes Navajo life

At some time before Gallup Police arrived at the scene of an exposure death in the early-morning hours on Jan. 8, the deadly cold of the border town night claimed its sixth victim of the season.

Education

Impromptu judges step up at Ganado Middle science fair

For LaBelle LaFrance, a student at Ganado Middle School, the school science fair was a foray into her potential career.

News

Rios gets the max

Last Friday, New Mexico 2nd District Court Judge Briana Zamora sentenced Alex Rios to 67 ½ years in prison, the maximum penalty possible under state law, for his participation in the brutal murders of Allison Gorman and Kee Thompson during the summer of 2014.