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Tribe, county officials resolve road impasse

There was good news Thursday for Navajo families who live on Johnson Road north of Yah-Ta-Hey, New Mexico.

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Man stabbed at Assayii Lake seeks help finding perpetrator

An Albuquerque Diné man needs help identifying the man who stabbed him and his brother at Assayii Lake on Easter weekend.

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Rising temps over image

City takes back painting of Larry Casuse, causes protest

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Forest Lake in the dark due to electricity shutoff

The photovoltaic panels covering the roof of a Central Navajo chapter house were only less than a year into an expected 30-year life span when they failed recently during a nearly two-week utility service disconnection.

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‘The councilman from Gallup’

Times’ correspondent donates 13,000 books to library

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Talking it up

Code Talker pushes for language sculpture

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Man, woman victims of apparent murder-suicide

Local police are investigating what appears to be a murder-suicide that took place in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart Tuesday afternoon.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Secrecy over oil production raises questions

There is a lot of speculation about why companies drilling for oil on the Navajo Reservation have imposed on themselves a ban on releasing any information to the public for six months about how much oil they are taking out of the ground.

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Police report double suicide at Gallup Wal-Mart

The Gallup Police Department is currently investigating what they are saying is a double suicide in the parking lot of the Gallup Wal-Mart.

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286 people on rez living with HIV

Figures released this month by the Navajo Nation Department of Health indicate there are 286 people living with HIV on the Navajo Reservation. That includes 30 newly diagnosed cases.