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A little too late. That is what Floranda Dempsey, the aunt of Loreal Tsingine, said about Winslow City Manager Steve Pauken’s and Winslow Police Chief Stephen Garnett’s visit to Tsingine’s home chapter …

Smoking out the facts

Smoking out the facts

  June 16, 2016


The Navajo Nation’s Advance Ed Accreditation Commission met Wednesday to decide the fate of two schools on the verge of losing their accreditation.

Just say YES

Just say YES

  June 9, 2016


Disqualified Arizona State Senate candidate Candace Begody-Begay told the Navajo Times Friday she missed the hearing on her petition signatures because of a family emergency.

Arts & Entertainment

The lack of food sovereignty on Navajo Nation creates a big problem, but on May 20 students at Tsehootsooi Middle School contributed their little part as they built what organizers called “lasagna beds” to grow food crops.

A legendary producer cramped inside a hogan off Arizona 264 with a Navajo heavy metal band on the brink of going international took no quarter from the deafening blast of the amps.


A special election will be held Tuesday, June 28, for the Tohatchi, Naschitti, Coyote Canyon, Twin Lakes, and Mexican Springs chapters. At stake is a new Navajo Nation Council delegate.


At most print shops, it’s business as usual – customers go in, order products like custom designed T-shirts and posters and leave as fast as they entered. That’s not the case at Ultimate Reality Designs, one of the few Native American-owned screen printing businesses in the city.

Ground broken on solar farm

Ground broken on solar farm

  April 28, 2016