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Navajo-Hopi Land Commission steps into livestock fray

Her sheep and goats impounded by the Hopi Rangers and Bureau of Indian Affairs and warned not to come back to her home is reason Caroline Tohonnie protested Thursday in the tribal capital.

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‘The richest tribe in the world’

At a public hearing held in Window Rock on how to use the $554 million settlement with the federal government, almost everyone was in agreement with one thing – put the money into trust and use only the interest to improve the quality of life on the reservation.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Wauneka accuses Times editor of printing fake letters

The fight between members of the Raymond Nakai administration and the Old Guard on the Navajo Tribal Council took a strange turn this week with accusations that the editor of

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Tso gets 10 years for sexual assault conviction

Gerald A. Tso, 25, of Shiprock, was sentenced Oct. 27 in federal district court to 10 years in federal prison followed by five years of supervised release for his aggravated sexual assault conviction.

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Kirtland woman pleads guilty to second-degree murder

LaSheena Jacquez, 27, of Kirtland, N.M., entered a guilty plea Friday to a second-degree murder charge in federal district court here.

Chapter Series News

Chapter Series: Hemmed in by history

Wide Ruins’ future is threatened by its past (Editor’s note: In an effort to chronicle the beauty and diversity of the Navajo Nation, as well as its issues, the Navajo

News Rodeo

Stock contractors, pick-up men, staff waiting to get paid by IIFR

It has been over a week and a half since the 10th annual International Indian Finals rodeo came to a close and some of those who were hired to help have yet to see a dime.

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Court hearings still set in slush fund cases

The special prosecutor for the Navajo Nation is still looking at criminal trials against a few other former tribal officials in connection with the discretionary fund investigation.

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Photo of first couple sporting Redskins gear hits the Internet

A photo of President Ben Shelly and Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder has gone viral.

Chapter Series News

Whiterock: Small but independent

White Rock Chapter President Ramona Begay has spent most of her year-and-a-half in office explaining the new council form of government to chapter members É including the previous administration who instituted it.