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Letters

Letters: Raising taxes on hospital care is not a good solution

I disagree with Patty Lunstrom’s statement in the Navajo Times that imposing a tax on hospitals is good for New Mexico.

People

Dr. Karletta Daané Chief: professor, spouse, and mother

She is not “just” a Diné hydrologist and assistant professor at the University of Arizona Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences; and, renowned lecturer. She is also a wife and the mother of two young boys.

Obituaries

Obituaries for March 23, 2017

Wilford Yazzie NEWCOMB, N.M. – A memorial service for Wilford “Wil” Yazzie was held March 11 at the Newcomb Assembly of God in Newcomb, with Pastor Duane Hammond officiating. Interment took

Letters

Letters: Thieves among us need to be dealt with by all people

There are many home break-ins throughout the reservation where victims of such situations suffer greatly in many ways.

Obituaries

Obituaries for March 17, 2017

Officer Houston James Largo REHOBOTH, N.M. — Funeral services for Officer Houston James Largo, 27, will be held today, March 16, in Rehoboth. Burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Park

Letters

Letters: If you’re depressed, you’re not alone

A few days ago a friend told me of a young man who died in an accident on a lone highway in California.

Obituaries

Obituaries for March 9, 2017

Christine Ann Stewart-Dickinson NASCHITTI, N.M. — Funeral services for Christine Ann Stewart-Dickinson, 51, of Naschitti, will be held Saturday, March 11, at 9 a.m. at the Christian Reform Church in

Basketball

Captured moments from the 2017 Arizona State High School Basketball Playoffs and Finals

SLIDESHOW: It was whirlwind of exciting moments and heartbreaks for this year’s Arizona State high school basketball playoffs.

News

Nation welcomes UN official

Water contamination and the health effects of uranium topped the list of concerns about resource extraction on the Navajo Nation as a representative of the United Nations listened Friday.

Letters

Letters: Looking for long-lost half-sister

My name is Richard Keams and I live in Choctaw, Mississippi, with my family. I am married to a Choctaw Indian and have lived out here for over 40 years.