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NHA management cites accomplishments

Navajo Housing Authority officials issued a statement Tuesday in response to a letter written by Navajo Nation leaders asking the NHA board to remove top management at the agency because the Navajo people have lost confidence in their ability to do their job.

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Missing Crystal man found, burial planned

The family of Michael Teller will be holding a meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Crystal Community Center in Crystal, New Mexico, to talk about Teller’s funeral and burial plans.

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President, speaker call for removal of top NHA management

In probably the strongest letter that Navajo Nation officials have written in recent years, the president and speaker of the Council has asked for the resignation and/or removal of the top management at Navajo Housing Authority.

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To be called ‘ironworkers’

Diné workers helping to build Atlanta Falcons’ new stadium

50 Years Ago

50 years ago: Fired editor trend began with MacRorie

Chet MacRorie had known for weeks that his days as editor of the Navajo Times were numbered but he said later that he was surprised that it was the Navajo Tribal Council and not the chairman of the tribe, Raymond Nakai, who gave him the pink slip.

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Report says stranger trying to pick up children

An alleged report of a man in a white extended cab pickup truck attempting to lure school children into his vehicle, and chasing children off Pillowcrest Road, prompted the Baca Community School to write a note warning parents of it.

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State police involved in a shooting during traffic stop 

A New Mexico State Police officer was involved in a shooting Friday morning in Gallup …

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Man accused of killing police officer faces life in prison

The case against Kirby Cleveland, who was indicted on March 14 for the murder of Navajo Police Officer Houston Largo, is continuing to wind its way through the federal district court.

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50 years ago: Nakai brimming with new ideas

Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai appeared before the Navajo Tribal Council this week brimming with new ideas that he said would make a major change in the lives of Navajos living on the reservation in future years.

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Sheepherder recalls chilling encounter with mountain lion that killed half his flock

Joseph Redhair said what happened to his flock on March 29 hurt him deeply.