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Reporter's Notebook

Reporter’s Notebook: Tour of chapters kindles respect for “middle managers” of the rez

It took me a little over two years, but I finally completed my tour of every chapter on the reservation this fall.

Reporter's Notebook

Reporter’s Notebook: Smelling and seeing the blaze, hit home

Waking up the morning of Father’s Day, I remember seeing a haze of smoke rising behind the eastern face of the Chooshgai Mountains.

Letters

Letters to Santa 2015

Children in Ms. Harrison’s 4th grade class at Many Farms Elementary School wrote the following letters to Santa.

Opinion

Merry Christmas to all!

It is Christmas Eve 2014 and all of us at the Navajo Times Publishing Company want to sincerely wish all of you a wonderful and blessed Merry Christmas!

Letters

Letters: Diné are stricken by poverty

In our Diné Nation, poverty is the root of all our social and economic disasters. Sadly our leaders have done little to nothing to recognize this horror and take effective measures. Why use what remains of the $554 million settlement to establish more government programs?

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Last day to donate to Coat Drive, Toys for Tots

Dec. 20 will be the last day to donate gently used coats for the Coat Drive I am hosting, as well as Toys for Tots.

Opinion

Letters: It’s time we dissolved this government

It’s May 28, 2014, and hopeful candidates are paying their fees to run for Navajo Nation offices. All candidates sign paper, acknowledging qualification. One qualification is “Must be fluent in

Guest Essay

Guest Essay: Chief Manuelito’s words are still true today

By Carlyle Begay Special to the Times One of the most important stories from our past must remain a focus of our future. It’s a story my grandfather told me

Letters

Letters: Corruption is the talk of the town again

The Navajo Nation is back on the ventilator once again — scams after scams have sapped its energy for years and seems to continue. Corruption is talk of the town

Opinion

Publisher’s Column: The Coach of Life

I felt like I had just stepped into yesteryear. It was 1975 and I was entering the old Window Rock High School Fieldhouse on a wintery Friday evening and the place was jammed-packed with Fighting Scouts basketball fans. The game tickets were sold out and it was standing room only.