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Aneth, Ganado shootings lead to two fatalities

Two fatal shootings occurred last Thursday in two separate locations on the Navajo Nation.


Mom turns to breakfast burritos to raise money for Head Start

Chevonne Little, 25, only knows one way to make an impact on youth and their education: To get involved and stay involved.


Impact of Peshlakai sisters continues

Annual Angels vs. Drunk Drivers Bike Run set for June 17


First hill climbed, St. Michaels Head Start promoted

Their first hill, perhaps one out of many more, is out of the way.


Kayenta opposes Utah delegate’s gun bill

Navajo Nation firearm law guarantees Navajo citizens a right to bear arms, which includes using it during traditional ceremonies, having one in your home and carrying an unloaded one in your vehicle.


In memoriam

Fourteen Navajo Nation Police officers who died in the line of duty while walking the thin blue line were honored on Sunday during the 2nd annual Navajo Nation Fallen Heroes Bike Run.


Looking out for little ones

Family services staff is a small army fighting for children


Code Talker Yodell Billah passes on

Navajo Code Talker Yodell Billah has passed on, according to his family.


‘Good thing that we picked him up’

Couple’s chance meeting with a little boy leads to the unveiling of a tragedy


An inspiration for youth

Grandma Thomas walked 80 miles each year to raise funds for youth complex