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This is a story about my brother, Clyde Wilson, who was drafted by the U.S. Marines and served in Vietnam in 1968.

The DOJ concluded that Loreal’s civil rights were not violated, with attention to federal civil rights statue 18 U.S.C., subsection 242, that prohibits certain types of official misconduct. The news was disheartening, to say the least.

New Mexico congressional candidate Debra Haaland is crisscrossing Indian Country determined to get her name out there – and to raise enough money to be competitive.

Our high school baseball players are not recognized by the college-level coaches.

This is an open letter to my retired colleagues – licensed social workers who worked for years directly with our people within the Navajo Nation.

First of all, we are not protesting (“Men protest fracking near Buffalo Pass,” Sept. 21, 2017). To protest is to make a statement expressing disapproval of something. Believe me, we are way beyond protest.

By Mark Trahant Trahant Reports Here we go again: Congress is finding new ways to complicate health care. It really

Guest Column: How many more PNM shenanigans can we take?

Let me get this straight … in the pending rate hike request Public Service Company of New Mexico wants to spend $280 million more on coal and nuclear energy sources? Every penny of which and more I will pay back to PNM through my electric bill?

What benefit to the Navajo people would ever come from the Navajo Nation threatening to sue the federal government over Bears Ears National Monument being reduced?

Preserving the Navajo Nation’s Permanent Trust Fund is critical to securing the future of the Navajo people.