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A little too late. That is what Floranda Dempsey, the aunt of Loreal Tsingine, said about Winslow City Manager Steve Pauken’s and Winslow Police Chief Stephen Garnett’s visit to Tsingine’s home chapter …

Kelly Charley, 17, described to the Budget and Finance Committee that she and her sister are two different types of active people.

A half-century ago, some members of the Navajo Tribal Council and Peter MacDonald were in a fierce battle over Navajo young people.

Researchers look at the relationship between Navajos and Nat’oh

Representatives of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency tried to quell fears Thursday during a meeting held to discuss a proposed Superfund designation for the area that includes Colorado’s Gold King Mine.

The City of Winslow and the Navajo County Attorney’s Office are taking no chances with the nearly three-month long investigation by the Arizona Department of Public Safety into the fatal Easter shooting of Loreal Tsingine by Winslow Police Officer Austin Shipley.

A 25 year-old man from McKinley County has become the latest victim of the Hantavirus, officials for the New Mexico Department of Health announced Tuesday.

50 years ago: Underwear war with Hopis in third month and counting

As of fifty years ago this week, the fight between the Hopis and the Navajos over underwear had been going on for three months with no end in sight.

About 175 friends, family and tribal officials packed the First Assembly of God Church Monday to say farewell to the latest Navajo Code Talker who passed away.

Lack of transport stifles elder vote in To’hajiilee

more elders would have voted if they would have had a way to get to the chapter house.