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A fire in Sawmill, Arizona consumed an estimated 350 acres on Sunday.

A fire that started around 3:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon quickly engulfed an area southeast of Sawmill, Arizona.

The treaty that helped the imprisoned Navajo people return to their homeland is here and goes on display today (June 1) at the Navajo Nation Museum.

Funding cuts, shifts, leave some DV shelters scrambling to stay afloat

This being the Memorial Day issue for the Navajo Times in 1968, the paper honored those who have given their lives in the war in Vietnam since 1962.

A popular swimming area on Lake Powell has been closed, forcing tourists and locals to seek other swimming holes on the lake this Memorial Day weekend.

The Navajo Nation announced Monday that the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise has given the tribe $10 million to be placed in the Gaming Distribution Fund.

As the Navajo Times prepared to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Long Walk in June, the paper gave its readers a front page story on the historical importance of Fort Defiance to the history of the Navajo people.

A bill was introduced Thursday urging Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye to address his daughter’s —  legal counsel Karis Begaye — recent run in with the law.

With continued winds and no rain in the forecast, conditions for a fire to ignite are ripe.