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After a special Navajo Times board meeting on Wednesday, it was decided that Navajo Times Publishing Company Board of Directors will place the publisher and CEO, Tom Arviso Jr., on paid administrative leave pending an internal investigation.

Sergio Charley, 37, of Tonalea, Arizona, was sentenced to 48 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to aggravated assault.

Tom Arviso Jr., the Navajo Times’ chief executive officer and publisher, was arrested Sunday for aggravated DWI and speeding by a New Mexico State police officer.

Navajo police responded to Speedy’s Convenience store Friday night to an emergency call of three children unconscious due to possible carbon monoxide poisoning.

A forensic audit of the Navajo Housing Authority’s non-program funds has concluded there might have been some “criminal activity” with the funds.

The Gallup Police Department reported Wednesday the death of a Red Rock, New Mexico, man in a two-car accident inside the city limits.

The Navajo Nation at the end of 2017 had more than $3.28 billion sitting in investments as part of its Master Trust Program.

Crystal J. Deschinny came on board as the first female to head the Division of Economic Development in 2016 and on Tuesday she surprisingly resigned.

The small steps the Navajo Nation Police Department has been making since Chief Phillip Francisco took the reins in July 2016 could come to fruition in 2018.

As the snowstorms of December 1967 became history, the planes started coming almost on an hourly basis to the Window Rock airstrip bringing everything from food to dolls for the Navajo people.