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Puerco Valley chapters still without funds

The Puerco Valley Certified Chapters have reopened their doors to the community but now they are facing another challenge.

Nation to take control of fire stations

The Navajo Nation by April 1 will assume control of three fire stations previously operated by San Juan County.

Detectives located one half pound of methamphetamine, one handgun, and drug paraphernalia, numerous false identification cards, drivers licenses, and numerous altered credit cards.

For the first time, the Navajo Times has decided to get involved in the annual “make the reservation look good to travel writers” program.

Grandparents prominent in new Northern royalty’s lives

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., paused Friday at the entrance of an abandoned uranium mine.

Tuba City residents take garbage problem into their own hands

Southern chapters closing their doors

The Puerco Valley Certified Chapters are closing their doors with the start of the new fiscal year.

Eleanor Peshlakai wanted to shout from the auditorium seats last week to enlighten the 23rd Navajo Nation Council as to her difficult living condition in the former Bennett Freeze.

The Obama Administration has agreed to pay nearly $1 billion to hundreds of tribes to settle a decades-old claim that the government failed to adequately compensate tribes while they managed federal services.