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It was a sweltering morning but dozens of people last Friday waited in a line to sell raw sheep and goat fleece to buyers from the eastern U.S.

Wool buyers say they have motives beyond profit

In 2016 New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez announced a four-year growth trend in tourism on the New Mexico side, but has the Navajo Nation experienced such a boost?

Considering the Navajos’ love of coffee, it’s a wonder it hasn’t happened sooner. But it’s official: 2017 will be the year Starbucks comes to Navajo.

Navajo Transitional Energy Company LLC, a business entity of the Navajo Nation, is sponsoring a special engagement of a documentary film “The Heart of a Warrior,” a film about Navajo Code Talker Samuel Sandoval

For decades, the only place for Navajo ranchers to sell their wool was at the trading post.

NM casinos report $21.5 million in net winnings

While the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise continues to struggle to pay down the $220 million it borrowed from the Navajo Nation to build the Twin Arrows Casino and Resort, the Navajo casinos in New Mexico continue to be holding their own, according to recent documents released by the New Mexico Gaming Control Board.

Diné dress designer operates own brand out of her home

Navajo casinos to pay NM $1.9 million

While the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino continues to struggle to pay down the $220 million it borrowed from the Navajo Nation to build its casino and resort, Navajo casinos in New Mexico continue to be holding their own…

Representatives from Utah energy companies say they can provide solar energy and units for Navajo families living in remote areas on the reservation.