Suspected drunk driver in a near head-on collision with Navajo Transit Bus

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Suspected drunk driver in a near head-on collision with Navajo Transit Bus

Rick Hoskie, 53, was sitting in the second row of the Navajo Transit Bus that was struck by a suspected drunk driver Friday morning on U.S. Highway 491 near mile marker 16.

Sports

Now open: 2015 Navajo Times Springs Sports All-Star nominations

Spring Navajo Times All-Star nominations are now open.

Politics

Adakai, Goodman, Whitehorne-Benally in running for vacant Council seat

James Frank Adakai, Billy Goodman Jr., and Elizabeth Whitethorne-Benally are running for a seat on the 23rd Navajo Nation Council.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Directors upset at Nakai cuts and plans to hold a chicken pull

There’s a lot of important people in the Navajo tribe who are really, really upset this week at Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai.

Business

Béésh bizaad

When people think of Navajo jewelry they often associate it with squash blossom necklaces or turquoise rings.

Education People

Chinle grads sent off with youth summit

High school graduation is a happy time, but it’s also a time when teens are at their most vulnerable.

Culture News

History surfacing

Newly digitized records reveal the Carlisle experience

Track & Field

Budding rivalry

When Miyamura High School junior Niles Thomas and Albuquerque Academy sophomore Jordan Lesansee run, they carry the weight of their people on their shoulders.

Letters

Letters: Reasons why I did not learn Diné bizaad

I have been asked why I did not learn Diné Bizaad as a child. Now I know there are many reasons why our youth do not learn about Diné history, culture, or language.

Music

‘Honey’ to open Atlanta Dream game with national anthem

With motivation and perseverance, one Diné singer’s hard work has landed her an opening performance for the Women’s National Basketball Association.