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Burglars hit DV program

Employees at Ama doo Alchini Bighaan, the domestic violence program in Chinle, came to work Monday to find the trailer that houses the program ransacked.


Sexual harassment case raises cultural questions

Could Navajos and bilagáanas have differing definitions of sexual harassment?


Police talking to man barricaded in Tuba City apartment

An Anglo man is barricading himself in his Pasture Canyon apartment after he caused a disturbance Thursday morning, according to Flagstaff Patrol Lt. Jim Coffey of the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division.


Nation to expect high heat despite some clouds, rain

With no rain in the forecast for the reservation and expected temperatures to go into the three-digit range, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye signed an executive order and put into place a Stage 1 fire restriction that will remain in effect until further notice.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: N.M. gov crusades against alcohol

Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai journeyed to Alamo, the small Navajo community southwest of Albuquerque, 50 years ago to give the 800 residents some good news.

Community News

Update: 2017 Walking the Healing Path

On June 15, the National Weather Service warned to “avoid strenuous activities” but John L. Tsosie and Ernest Tsosie Jr. didn’t do that.


Accident takes out power in Chinle

Power was still out in central Chinle as of 7:45 as NTUA crews worked to replace a power pole damaged by an out-of-control vehicle.


Sheriff’s deputies grab man who threatened to jump

Two McKinley County sheriff’s deputies saved the life of a Thoreau man who tried to commit suicide Sunday by jumping off a bridge.


Employee: Whippoorwill prez took tools from chapter

A Whippoorwill Chapter employee said Friday Chapter President Jennifer Begay took $56,000 worth of industrial-grade mechanic’s tools to her home after purchasing them with chapter funds, and is now attempting to return them.


SRP coal train derails

A coal train derailed yesterday evening on the Black Mesa and Lake Powell Railroad, according to Salt River Project.