Posts From Bill Donovan
Those tribal members who are 70 and over will surely remember the events that took place this week 50 years ago.
The Gallup Police Department is asking for the public help in the identification of a body of a Native American female that was found in Gallup Thursday morning.
Al Shonnie Ben, 40, of Tuba City was sentenced to 30 years in prison this week after he pleaded guilty to kidnapping.
For many years, Fort Defiance was the home to the biggest manufacturing plant on the Navajo Reservation.
Identified in the lawsuit only as JR, the plaintiff in this case said she decided to become a Mormon in order to get involved in the Lamanite Placement Program
Betsy DeVos, who is up for confirmation by the U.S. Senate for U.S. Education secretary has an indirect tie to education in this area.
On Nov. 29, 2013, Winslow Police responded to a call from the Winslow Inn about a possible homicide.
Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai loves Gallup and it appears that Gallup loves Nakai in return.