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Shots fired at Dennehotso man, woman claims

The Navajo Nation’s Kayenta police are looking for a man who fired six shots at another man, according to the aunt of the suspect.


Planting structure at Dennehotso damaged

When a nearly completed hoop house was destroyed here last weekend, it revealed a wound in which its whole history could be read – the time and effort, happiness and prosperity, challenges withstood and the land on which it was established.


Ex-Miss Navajo says home is key to her success

The smell of fry bread wafted from the chapter house as Alyson Shirley greeted the people of her community she calls family.


Antelope Point Marina owes $8M, official says

The owner of Antelope Point Holdings LLC still owes the Navajo Nation more than $7 million, according to Albert Damon Jr.


Flagstaff police investigating fifth note found at local high school

A fifth note has been found at Flagstaff High School, where a series of written threats have been made over the past month…


Big Mountain resident famous for HPL resistance passes on

Katherine Smith, a cultural educator, a relocation crusader and resistor from Big Mountain, Ariz., has died.


Armed fugitive arrested near Bearizona Wildlife Park

A manhunt for an armed fugitive who set off the evacuation of a wildlife park in Williams, ended on Monday with the arrest of the suspect, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.


Police investigate threatening notes found at two Flagstaff area schools

At least two schools have received a series of threatening notes presumably written by students.


Cowboy Fresh

Tuba City to host Kane Brown on March 31


Former Navajo election supervisors sue in federal court

Two and a half years ago, former Chief Justice Herb Yazzie and Associate Justice Eleanor Shirley sat inside a courtroom at Tuba City Judicial District to hear oral arguments in the challenge to Christopher Clark Deschene’s fluency in the Navajo language.