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Scenes from the Navajo Nation Fair

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Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Child dies after boating accident

A six-month-old Bluffdale, Utah, boy died Monday of injuries suffered in a boating accident on Lake Powell the previous evening.


Letters: No rules applied at butchering contest

The day of the sheep butchering opened as Pax Harvey cited the unique butchering contest that puts the contestants at the top, a unique part of the Miss Navajo pageant.


Obituaries for Sept. 21, 2017

Sueanna Upshaw ST. MICHAELS, Ariz. — A rosary service for Sueanna Upshaw, 36, of St. Michaels, Arizona, will be held Saturday, Sept. 23, at 9 a.m. at the St. Michaels


Road plan includes gravel pit, Chinle to Nazlini road

Seventeen-and-a-half miles. That’s the extent of paved roads the Navajo Nation can afford to build each year based on its federal highway allocation …

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Busy fair week for police

WINDOW ROCK More then 1,300 calls were made to Navajo Nation Police asking for assistance during the 71st annual Navajo Nation Fair, according to a report titled “71st annual Navajo


Letters: Most boring fair Elder Festival

There were no elder songs and dances. No elders were allowed to sing as a group. No best dressed for male and female elders.

Track & Field

Ganado girls, boys garner Window Rock Cross-Country Invite title

FORT DEFIANCE Ganado’s girls and boys nailed down championship honors at the nine-team Window Rock Cross-Country Invitational. The Ganado girls’ placed their five scoring runners in the top 13 slots


Obituaries for Sept. 14, 2017

This week: Haskie Barlow, Bobbie Charley, Devin Norton, John Joe.


Student’s film chosen for film festival

“Amásání” (The Grandmother), the short film written, directed, edited and produced by University of Arizona BFA 2017 Film & Television graduate Stacy Howard, has been selected to screen at the 2017 ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.