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Navajo Gaming Enterprise officials plan to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the creation of the enterprise on Sept. 25.

The Navajo Times Publishing Company, Inc. has announced that beginning Friday, Sept. 16, there will no longer be delivery of the Navajo Times printed issue to the Phoenix and San Carlos areas.

Business was really slow in the beginning, says Jackie Tsingine, owner of Canyon X Hiking Photography Tour, the lonely company situated at Milepost 307.8 alongside Arizona State Route 98.

A lot of people had an opportunity Friday at the first meeting of the newly created Council of Economic advisers to talk about the problems of the past and how they created problems in the past to the economic growth of the Navajo Nation.

When Navajo designer Vanessa Bowen hears Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump say “Make America Great Again” on the campaign trail, she wonders what exactly that means.

At most print shops, it’s business as usual – customers go in, order products like custom designed T-shirts and posters and leave as fast as they entered. That’s not the case at Ultimate Reality Designs, one of the few Native American-owned screen printing businesses in the city.

The Navajo Times welcomes three full-time staff members to its editorial department.

Just in time for Sovereignty Day, Navajo Tribal Utility Authority broke ground on a project that will help the Navajo Nation transition from consumer to producer of electrical power.

When Brandon Cly’s car broke down, he commuted by Navajo Transit to Church’s Chicken in Chinle where he and several others attended fast food training.

With Peabody Energy Corporation’s warning on March 17 that it may be the next coal giant to topple, ears are perking up on Navajo.