Karis Begaye resigns, prez office staffer says

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Karis Begaye resigns, prez office staffer says

Karis Begaye, the daughter of Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye, is no longer working for the Navajo Nation.

Politics

Election board sets order of prez candidates, decides not to hear question on Shirley’s bid

Now that 18 candidates for Navajo Nation president were certified Monday by the Navajo Election Administration, the next order of business was to draw the candidates’ names to determine in what order they will appear on the ballot.

Letters

Letters: A wild dog that became a family friend

I came across a den of wild dogs and could hear them crying. I crawled into the den and took them all home. I fell in love with them all. When I got home my nali lady was mad. She wanted me to kill them all. She said they are wild dogs, no good, but I just couldn’t kill those little dogs, so I took them back to the den with my dad. He was upset, too, but when we were leaving he let me take one. I took the meanest one that bit my hand and drew blood.

Baseball

‘Totally Navajo’

New York Yankees draft Diné from Georgia with No. 23 overall pick

Politics

B&F passes $12 million road plan – politics?

After an attempted addendum and a thinly veiled accusation of pork-barreling, the Navajo Nation Council’s Budget and Finance Committee voted unanimously to appropriate $12 million from the Sihasin Fund for road projects over the next three years.

News

‘A long time coming’

Marine vet deals with red tape – with help – to finally get new home

Rodeo

Locals fare well at Arizona high school state finals

The state finals for the Arizona High School Rodeo Association proved to be fruitful for some of the area cowboys and cowgirls.

Basketball

North All-Stars win boys’, girls’ games with close finishes

The New Mexico High School Coaches Association’s 5A/6A girls’ basketball North All-Star team didn’t say why they were selected, they showed it instead.

Basketball

North teams fall short in all-star games

Everything looked good for the New Mexico High School Coaches Association 3A/4A North girls’ basketball team, but they fell short to the South, 98-57, last weekend.