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‘All we get are orange cones’

Route 367 collapses; residents scramble for alternates

People

New Miss Northern Navajo wins back-to-back crown

Ariana Roselyn Young, the reigning Miss Northern Navajo Teen, has traded in her crown for a more prestigious one.

News

Totah mayor proclaims ‘Indigenous Peoples Day’

Five hundred and 25 years after Columbus sailed the ocean blue, the city of Farmington is taking a closer look at the Italian explorer and the holiday that celebrates his voyage.

People

Saginaw Grant: playing an Indian on TV

Want to be the next big Native actor? Never give up.

Business

Loss of jobs inevitable with closing of San Juan Generating Station

A mainstay of the Four Corners economy may be shut down in less than five years.

Community

Getting SANE

Sexual assault survivors now have safe haven

Business

Farmington airport boasts bigger planes, more seats

The flight marks the first of what will be regular service to and from Denver and available through Great Lakes, the only airline serving Four Corners Regional Airport.

News

Posthumous hero

Diné organ donor saves 5 lives, gives sight to 2

Politics

Trump Jr. holds 11th-hour rally in Shiprock

With just five days to spare before America elects its next president, Republicans gathered in Shiprock to rally around Donald Trump, Jr., the eldest son of the Republican presidential candidate.

Education

NTU continues to grow with new student union, library

When Navajo Technical University opened the doors to its new library and Student Union Building last week, it also unveiled a new era in education.