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Sundance near Dilkon may have ties to Black separatist cult

A sundance that started today at a home site north of Dilkon may have ties to a Black separatist cult whose leader is currently in prison after pleading guilty to 77 counts of child sexual abuse.

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Executive, judicial workers have day off

Despite a decision by the Navajo Nation Council not to have a paid holiday for national Code Taker Day and the tribe’s Sovereignty Day for tribal employees, both executive and judicial branch employees have today off.

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Plane crash-lands near Hard Rock

A small plane crash-landed near Hard Rock, Arizona early this morning, according to residents in the area.

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Officer on patrol

Long distances, no backup are realities for To’hajiilee/Alamo police officer

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Chapter officials, residents worried about new home site regs

When the five compliance officers for the new home site regulations are hired, they will face a daunting task — enforcing laws that nearly everyone on the Navajo Nation is violating.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: A visit to the fair by U.S. vice president

The White House confirmed this week that U.S. Vice President Hubert Humphrey would indeed be attending the Navajo Tribal Fair on Friday, Sept. 9.

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Times’ staffer in crash, arrested for DWI

A Window Rock man was charged with DWI Thursday after he rear-ended another vehicle containing a woman who was nine months pregnant on Interstate 40 near Thoreau, New Mexico.

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Chinle flea market closed but vendors make do

Paul Guy Jr. and Paul Guy III came to the Chinle flea market bright and early Aug. 4 like they do every Friday to sell their hay. But there was a fence around the couple of acres of bare clay where the market is usually set up.

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Head Start boss removed

The Department of Diné Education has removed the superintendent of Navajo Nation Head Start, Sharon Singer…