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Parents of baby born with rare eye defect seek public’s help

You would never guess that this happy baby was born with a rare congenital eye defect known as Fetal Persistent Vasculature Syndrome in both eyes, leaving her without any vision.


He is our Hero

Outpour of love, respect given to fallen officer Largo


Sister of fallen Navajo police officer remembers her ‘baby brother’

Tamarra Largo described her baby brother, Houston James Largo, 27, the only way a protective and loving big sister would.


NTUA ‘a symbol of sovereignty’

Tribal utility company to build new headquarters

News People

‘Not a short life’

Dallas River Peterman was the Navajo Jack Kerouac, taking on the road and seeing the country.


Applying science

Science fair winners tend toward the practical

Culture News

Original treaty to visit Dinétah?

Next year will be the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of 1868.


CARE 66 has benefited from NAHASDA funds

Sanjay Choudhrie, the director of homelessness prevention organization CARE 66, has always viewed developing affordable homes as a top priority.


Council urges Administration to keep IHCIA

In an attempt to be proactive the Navajo Nation Council unanimously approved legislation requesting Congress retain the Indian Health Care Improvement Act during a special council session Feb. 16.


Ex-justice files intent to sue over council meeting fees

The first Chief Justice of the Navajo Nation Supreme Court, Tom Tso, has filed an intent to sue the Navajo Nation, the Navajo Nation Office of the Controller and former acting controller Bobby White over what he considers an unlawful increase in the salary given to council delegates.