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Another big day for ’14 Navajo Nation elections

Today is going to be another big day in the ongoing saga of the 2014 Navajo Nation elections.

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New health dept. will improve services to the people

The Navajo Division of Health’s transition to the newly created Navajo Department of Health is more than a simple name change.

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Half-billion dollar settlement received, is in the bank

The $554 million is here and earning interest in the bank.

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Police Blotter: Thoreau man ejected from vehicle in rollover

On Nov. 11, at approximately 6:23 a.m., New Mexico State Police, from the Gallup District, responded to a single vehicle rollover on Interstate 40, milepost 63, near Gallup.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Feud between Nakai, Littell continues

The battle between Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai and Norman Littell, the tribe’s general counsel, continues.

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Police Blotter: Shiprock man pleads guilty to federal assault charges

Algar Horsechief, 27, who resides in Shiprock, N.M., pleaded guilty Monday in federal district court to two federal assault charges.

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Diné ranchers protest Hopi impoundments

The livestock impoundments — of more than 100 sheep in one case — were the Hopi Tribe’s response to drought and overgrazing on the HPL.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: 2 Diné elected to Legislature

It was a presidential election year and after numerous articles about Barry Goldwater and Lyndon Johnson, the election issue of the Navajo Times tackled the big issues of the day.

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Diné faces manslaughter, hit-and-run and endangerment after colliding with police officer

A Navajo man faces charges of manslaughter, endangerment, and hit-and-run after colliding with an Chandler, Ariz. motorcycle officer.

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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.