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3.8 magnitude tremor reported in northern part of reservation

An earthquake measuring 3.8-magnitude was reported by the U.S. Geological Survey at 10:01 p.m. Friday Southwest of Bluff, Utah.


NHA board’s response: ‘Outrageous, simply wrong’

Navajo Housing Authority officials on Thursday issued an official response to a letter from Navajo Nation leaders earlier in the week asking them to fire the top management of the agency.


Letters: Public education is a total disaster

With proper education our Diné would have acquired financial knowledge and there would have been no poverty among our Diné.


Obituaries for April 20, 2017

Inez M. Morgan GALLUP Funeral services for Inez M. Morgan, 68, were held April 19 at Rollie Mortuary in Gallup. Interment followed at the Mariano Lake community cemetery in Mariano


NHA management cites accomplishments

Navajo Housing Authority officials issued a statement Tuesday in response to a letter written by Navajo Nation leaders asking the NHA board to remove top management at the agency because the Navajo people have lost confidence in their ability to do their job.


Missing Crystal man found, burial planned

The family of Michael Teller will be holding a meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Crystal Community Center in Crystal, New Mexico, to talk about Teller’s funeral and burial plans.


President, speaker call for removal of top NHA management

In probably the strongest letter that Navajo Nation officials have written in recent years, the president and speaker of the Council has asked for the resignation and/or removal of the top management at Navajo Housing Authority.


Letters: Use funds for long-term investment

Nation-building challenges face the Navajo Nation and its leadership in the areas of economic development, public safety, land management and education, to name a few.


Obituaries for April 13, 2017

Leo R. Begay CHINLE — Funeral services for Leo R. Begay, 77, of Chinle, will be held today, April 13, at 10 a.m. at the Grace Fellowship Church in Chinle,

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Wake the sleeping giant

Have you ever wondered what the Navajo Nation could be like in the future, if our youth were given a more influential role in drafting or enacting legislation?