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Coconino County Sheriff’s deputies and detectives are investigating the death of a 46-year-old man from California who died Jan. 18, 2015, while skiing at the Arizona Snowbowl

Making it rain

Making it rain

  January 29, 2015
‘We need to say thank you’

‘We need to say thank you’

  January 22, 2015

Sports

The final score from Saturday night’s game with Red Valley-Cove will show yet another loss for the Tsé Yi’ Gai boys basketball team.

Running Braves for life

Running Braves for life

  January 29, 2015

Arts & Entertainment

WINDOW ROCK The temperature was a balmy 73 degrees Sunday at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. On

“40 Years with the Navajo” opens up the history of the Navajo people from the perspective of Japanese photographer Kenji Kawano’s lens and state of mind.

They’re titans of Native sports history with sportsmanship and flair when they were on the court, making their mark among those considered star quality.

In 1948, Charles and Grace Herring, the old Toadlena Trading Post owners, decided that they wanted to take a week’s vacation. They left Elijah Blair in command of their store.

For the elders at To’hajiilee, Smith said that more services are needed locally to help elders maintain their function in the community.

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.

WINDOW ROCK The temperature was a balmy 73 degrees Sunday at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. On

Education

Not many people can say they’ve traveled overseas to represent the Navajo Nation, but young Native Josiah Lester hopes to do that during his Culture Clubs trip to Europe this summer.

Working and learning together

Working and learning together

  December 18, 2014

Politics

The immediate attention of the New Mexico Gaming Compact forced the Navajo Nation Council into recess Tuesday.

Shelly to continue as president

Shelly to continue as president

  January 23, 2015

Opinion

I have a suggestion I would like to share with my Diné voters in resolving the issues associated with the presidential election.

Business

In Navajo tradition the chaha’oh is the place for people to gather and socialize whenever possible, and the new Navajo Nation Museum café is hoping to be Window Rock’s modern shade house.