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Council OK’s lease to keep NGS open

After nearly eight hours of debate, the Navajo Nation Council on Monday passed legislation that will permit the Navajo Generating Station to remain open through 2019.


Police talking to man barricaded in Tuba City apartment

An Anglo man is barricading himself in his Pasture Canyon apartment after he caused a disturbance Thursday morning, according to Flagstaff Patrol Lt. Jim Coffey of the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division.


A way of life expressed through wool and mohair buys

It was a sweltering morning but dozens of people last Friday waited in a line to sell raw sheep and goat fleece to buyers from the eastern U.S.


SRP coal train derails

A coal train derailed yesterday evening on the Black Mesa and Lake Powell Railroad, according to Salt River Project.


Flames and dead butterflies

Malibu wagon is ‘Hero’ of Rez Car Show


Deschene joins D.C. law firm to work in energy development

Former candidate for Navajo Nation president Chris Deschene has joined a Washington, D.C., law firm to work in energy development.


Tensions escalate between vendors, Parks & Rec

An escalating feud between a Navajo Parks and Recreation program supervisor and the president of a local vendor association has boiled over, with the tribal agency on the point of evicting the vendor.


‘Special to Navajo’

Diné dress designer operates own brand out of her home


Head-on collision kills 5, community members say

One child survived a crash on U.S. Route 160 in Tsegi, Arizona, where a head-on collision took the lives of two elderly people and three children Friday morning…


Montana group sues Zinke for national monument info

A Whitefish, Montana, conservation group is suing the federal government for ignoring their request for information about the Obama administration’s deliberations about five national monuments.