Employees allege threats from Shelly

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Employees allege threats from Shelly

A political appointee and three permanent employees say that Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is threatening them via termination.

Politics

Shelly to continue as president

Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly met with some members of the Navajo Nation Council Thursday to clarify his continued role as president and address other pressing issues.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Nakai goes to federal court to remove Norman Littell

The fight between Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai and the tribe’s general counsel, Norman Littell, continued in full force as 1965 began with the two battling it out in a federal court case held in Washington, D.C.

News

‘We need to say thank you’

The band went silent as the roar of motorcycles neared the Fort Defiance Chapter House.

Wrestling

MV senior making an impact on wrestling mat

About this time two years ago, Clayton Bryant was pretty raw when it came down to wrestling.

Letters

Letters: ‘It’s time to make a change’

I am no better than anybody else on this planet, everyone isn’t. We let stupidity get the best of us. Why? Because we don’t have the ability to think about our situations that’s been said to us, these are things we face today.

Election 2014

Supreme Court sets dates to hear new election complaint

The possibility of a special election to elect a new tribal president in January is now history.

Music

R. Carlos Nakai’s ‘Canyon Trilogy’ earns platinum status

If R. Carlos Nakai, 67, got a dollar for each unit sold of his 1989 album “Canyon Trilogy” since its release, he would be a millionaire.

Community

Many Farms to get youth center

Almost every chapter has a senior citizens center, but only a few of the larger ones have a place where the kids can go and hang out.

Wrestling

Leading by example

Newcomb High School wrestlers Winston Moses and Alexzander Allen have a much bigger job than picking up wins.