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More than 90 men and woman showed up at the Santa Fe National Cemetery to honor a brave Navajo Code Talker.

Thousands attend funeral, Mike remembered as kind and sweet

Kidnapping, murder suspect waives prelim

om Begaye, Jr., Diné, 27, who is accused of kidnapping and murdering 11-year old Ashlynne Mike, appeared before federal Judge Steven Yarbrough last Friday morning.

Navajo Nation moves to create Amber Alert system

The Navajo Nation Law and Order committee met with Navajo Nation Department of Public Safety Director Jesse Delmar on Monday to discuss a course of action to the nation’s lack of an Amber Alert system.

50 Years Ago: Unions are criticized, new housing is approved

Fifty years ago, the subject of most conversation by tribal members was probably the ongoing race for Navajo Tribal Chairman between the current chairman Raymond Nakai and his opponent Sam Billison.

Edwin C. Johnson, 36, of Crownpoint, was sentenced May 4 in federal court in Albuquerque, to 10 years in prison followed by three years of supervised release for an assault conviction, according to a news release from the U.S. attorney’s office.

Eulogy: ‘Our little Angel, whose life was short-lived’

Family, community mourns loss of 11-year-old girl

NHA to appeal HUD decision to withhold $96M

Though the Navajo Housing Authority lost another battle in its $96 million dispute with its funding authority, NHA officials are continuing to say that they will ultimately win the war.

With persistence, patience and prayer, Marsha Smith was finally able to see her dream become a reality on Monday when the brand new and modern Little Folks Day Care facility was unveiled.