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Education

Casamero Lake parents call for recall of school board

Parents at a public hearing at Casamero Lake Chapter House on June 20 called for a recall of the board of Borrego Pass School, Dibé Yazhi Ha’bitiin Ji’ Olta.

Business

Tourism looking for data to determine Navajo impact

In 2016 New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez announced a four-year growth trend in tourism on the New Mexico side, but has the Navajo Nation experienced such a boost?

Community News

Update: 2017 Walking the Healing Path

On June 15, the National Weather Service warned to “avoid strenuous activities” but John L. Tsosie and Ernest Tsosie Jr. didn’t do that.

Community

Walking the Healing Path, After Day 2: ‘We’re doing good’

Ernest Tsosie Jr. and his son, John L. Tsosie, began their annual walk to raise awareness about domestic violence on June 15.

News

School clothing program director arrested

Authorities at the San Juan County Adult Detention Center confirmed the detention of Navajo School Clothing Program Director Chrispin Wallace on Friday.

News

Veterans’ event hopes to build peer support

Seeing her brother serve with distinction overseas and struggle with life at home, Regina Roanhorse committed herself to reach out to veterans.

Education

Ganado High’s Davis earns large scholarship

Ganado High School senior Nizhonabah Davis faced a new reality when she first moved to the Navajo Nation and she faces a new adventure when she heads for China on scholarship next year.

Education

Tuba City senior learning, ready for welding school

Samthony Parrish, a senior at Tuba City High School, has a career path as a welder ahead of him and a family behind him.

Sports

5 Diné off to judo championships

Five Navajo students from Garcia’s Judo Club in Gallup will travel to the Junior Olympic National and International Championships in Spokane, Washington, next month.

News

School faces unprecedented loss of chapter support

In April, Ch’ooshgai Community School lost the support of two out of the five chapters it serves, all five of which the school needed to continue as a grant school.