Siblings find healing after parents’ deathMining, operations to continue another 25 years at Four Corners plant
With the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ July 24 approval of a lease extension between owners of the Four Corners Power Plant and the Navajo Nation, employees like Deborah Yazzie could retire there or work until 2041.Chapters mixed on opening canals
Some irrigation canals from the San Juan River could open this week if President Russell Begaye accepts a resolution from a coalition of four chapters affected by the closure of the canals.San Juan canals still closed
In spite of the Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency having given the green light to use the San Juan River for irrigation, President Russell Begaye on Monday issued a press release stating he had decided to keep the canals closed
Fifty years ago, one of the most powerful persons on the Navajo Reservation wasn’t a tribal chairman or even a man.
The initial investment regarding the football field turf by the Ganado school district proved to be an exceptional one.
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Healthcare may soon be closer than the hospital for the locals and tourists alike here, following the unveiling of Page Hospital’s new mobile health clinic on Aug. 15.
To celebrate culture and tradition at Ééhániih Day, Julia Fatt from Paiute Mesa, Ariz. rides her horse in the mini parade of elderly every year.
His first year at Dartmouth College meant leaving home for the first time and dealing with the passing of his older brother.
Talks with state, federal leaders draw protest
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.
Bed & Breakfast offers visitors slice of Navajo life