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Home Improvement Program hitting hard times

The Navajo Nation’s Home Improvement Program, which was one of the more popular programs within the tribe some 25 years ago, has hit upon hard times.

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Cleanup to begin in July at Haystack Mine in Prewitt

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced an agreement with BNSF Railway Company to begin cleanup three abandoned uranium mine sites near Prewitt, New Mexico…

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Police ID body as Sanders, Ariz., man

Gallup Police Friday released the name of the man whose body was found on West Highway 66 on Monday.

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School faces unprecedented loss of chapter support

In April, Ch’ooshgai Community School lost the support of two out of the five chapters it serves, all five of which the school needed to continue as a grant school.

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Gallup judge dies early Thursday

The magistrate courts in Gallup were closed on Thursday because of the passing of one of its judges, Kenneth Howard Jr.

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Traffic restricted near Many Farms

Employees of the Arizona Department of Transportation erected barriers today to restrict traffic to one lane on U.S. 191 at Milepost 458.9 near Many Farms, Arizona, so they can clean up a diesel spill that occurred during a serious accident Sunday.

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U.S. senators call for extension of Bears Ears comment deadline

Tick, tock! If you want to add your voice to the debate on continued national monument status for Bears Ears, the time to do it is now!

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NHA officials blame Republic articles

‘Inaccurate statements’ reported by newspaper led to removal effort

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Horse group hopes for alternatives to roundups, hunt

Ron Jackson didn’t know how to react when he heard the news of a potential horse hunt but he believed there had to be a better way.

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Natives dismayed

Tribes, groups not given access to Zinke during Bears Ears visit