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50 years ago: Nakai tries to quell fears of takeover

Looking at the papers back in late 1966, it appears that there was a profound fear by a number of tribal members, including those in the Navajo Tribal Council, that it would only be a matter of time before the Navajo tribal government no longer existed and that the federal government would be stepping in to run the government and make all of the decisions.

Facebook users at a water protector camp in Standing Rock, N.D., believe the social media platform has censored and blocked their posts, as other posts continue to generate controversy.

Twenty-two legislative district assistants will be out of work after Friday — the last day of the present fiscal year — thanks to a line-item vetoed by President Russell Begaye in the Fiscal Year 2017 budget.

Navajo police must follow laws of the United States if they arrest someone and put them in jail, a high-ranking legal official for the tribe told Navajo law enforcement officials.

Organizers of the 105th annual Northern Navajo Nation Fair are expecting as many as 100,000 visitors to downtown Shiprock this weekend.

Ronald Talashoma, 37, of Hotevilla, Arizona, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge G. Murray Snow to a total of 81 months of imprisonment.

Tourists might have a new destination on the Navajo Nation at Grand Falls, but a nearby rancher had an issue at a dedication ceremony on Thursday.

Navajo gaming officials announced Thursday that Derrick Watchman, the CEO of the Navajo Gaming Enterprise, was put on administrative leave with pay pending an investigation into allegations dealing with some of his administrative positions.

Gallup police announced Thursday the arrest of a 23-year-old Gallup woman for the murder of a St. Michaels man on Tuesday.

GALLUP Gallup police were looking Wednesday for two Native American men and a woman who were involved in the murder