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Employee: Leupp Schools Inc. swept abuse reports under rug

Ever since the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise opened the first casino 10 years ago, people have been asking, “When are you going to have sports betting?”

50 years ago: Letters section allows a voice for complaints

If you were a reader of the Navajo Times in 1968, you may have noticed a major change in the paper that showed for the first time that the paper was giving Navajos a voice to air their concerns.

Peterson Zah, former Navajo Nation president and staff assistant/ambassador for President Russell Begaye, resigned his position effective this Friday.

At the head of more than 100 motorcycles motoring across the Navajo Nation, Ervin Redhouse, of Tsaile, Arizona, had spent hours welding a metal police shield on the front-end of his motorcycle in honor of his late brother, Samuel Redhouse, for the third annual Navajo Nation Fallen Warriors Bike Run.

“Why are they not taking it serious?” Jennifer Smith, a parent of two children who attend Leupp Schools Inc., asked.

A Phoenix man died Sunday after falling about 800 feet from the rim of Horseshoe Bend into Glen Canyon

50 years ago: Traders prohibited from hiring non-Indians

The Advisory Committee for the Navajo Tribal Council passed a resolution this week that has gotten Indian traders on the reservation in an uproar and has surprised a lot of BIA officials.

Lori Lee “Dawayesnium” Sekayumptewa was kicking butt and taking names until one day in January of 2011 when her world was completely altered.

The former director of the Navajo Housing Authority on Monday issued a statement sharply criticizing Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye for failing to take action against his daughter after she was charged with extreme DWI after being involved in a crash in a tribal vehicle.