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Letters

Letters: Honor Riders board made experience meaningful

First, let me thank everyone for all of your hard work and dedication in fulfilling your mission statement on a daily basis. Thank you, too, to all of the road guards and others who kept me safe on my Day 1 ride.

Politics

Begaye, 5 others, file for president

As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, five men and one woman have filed with the Navajo Election Administration for the upcoming election for president.

Community

Riding for the fallen

16th Navajo-Hopi Honor Run brings comfort, healing, heartbreak, support to military families

Obituaries

Obituaries for May 24, 2018

This week: Doris Marie Litson, Marie Ann Gorman, Elsie T. Descheny, and Terry Clyde

News

Times launches readership survey

In line with our commitment, we are looking to get to know our readers. What are your likes or dislikes about our paper and how we can continue to be the Newspaper of the Navajo People? Please help us get to know you.

Letters

Letters: Begaye, Nez are flat-out terrible leaders

President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez are flat-out terrible leaders and that has been on display since their inauguration.

Obituaries

Obituaries for May 17, 2018

This week: Erma Eddie, Henry Moore Jr., Janett T. Naswood, Jeanette Parrish, and Lee “Lefty” Litson Jr.

News

Honoring the fallen Fallen Warriors Bike Run remembers those who lived behind the shield

At the head of more than 100 motorcycles motoring across the Navajo Nation, Ervin Redhouse, of Tsaile, Arizona, had spent hours welding a metal police shield on the front-end of his motorcycle in honor of his late brother, Samuel Redhouse, for the third annual Navajo Nation Fallen Warriors Bike Run.

Letters

Letters: The story of my ‘pink’ dog, Cubbie

Sorry, sorry, Cindy Yurth and Ravonelle Yazzie, for not reading your out-of-this-world full-page coverage of the 2017 Rez Dog Extravaganza: “Every dog’s a king,” Navajo Times, on Oct. 26, 2017.

Police Blotter

Man dies in fall from Horseshoe Bend

A Phoenix man died Sunday after falling about 800 feet from the rim of Horseshoe Bend into Glen Canyon