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Education

Roessel to Rock Point grads: Leave room for serendipity

Most graduation speeches are a variation of this theme: Work very hard and you will achieve your dreams.

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Last rights

HRC hosts forums on funerals

Education

Class of 3 gets royal treatment at Tsé Chizhi

No one can say the Rough Rock High School Class of 2017 got cheated out of their pomp and circumstance on account of there being only three of them.

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Traffic restricted near Many Farms

Employees of the Arizona Department of Transportation erected barriers today to restrict traffic to one lane on U.S. 191 at Milepost 458.9 near Many Farms, Arizona, so they can clean up a diesel spill that occurred during a serious accident Sunday.

Politics

Former NM Dem chairwoman announces bid for Congress

The first Native American woman to chair a major state party wants to be the first Native American congresswoman.

Education

Inspiration abounds at Diné College

Throughout the crowd of graduates are stories of non-traditional students

News

Columbus still afloat in Colorado

The Colorado State House of Representatives’ Local Government Committee has indefinitely postponed a bill to repeal Columbus Day statewide, but the bill’s proponents are actually somewhat encouraged. It’s the furthest the bill has ever gotten.

Politics

Carlyle Begay owes IRS thousands of dollars

Carlyle Begay, the former Arizona state senator who switched to the Republican Party in 2015 because, he said, it better reflected his values of personal responsibility and self-determination, owes the Internal Revenue Service …

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Senators want accurate count of Native students

Three U.S. senators have accused the Bureau of Indian Education of using severely outdated data to determine distribution of Johnson-O’Malley funds

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Losing those uranium blues?

After living with an abandoned uranium mine for 60 years, Blue Gap/Tachee Chapter finally hit pay dirt.