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Dilkon, Teesto chapters regroup after blazes

In the aftermath of the twin blazes that leveled the Dilkon Chapter administration building and the Teesto Chapter House early Saturday morning, the chapters are doing what Navajos have always

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: N.M. police arrest man wanted in Okla.

On Sept. 6, New Mexico State Police officers responded to State Road 118, mile marker 26, near Gallup, in reference to a hit-and-run vehicle accident involving a pedestrian, according to


Oil & gas co. fires 8 workers to reduce costs

Officials for the Navajo Nation Navajo Oil and Gas Co. on Friday laid off eight employees as part of their effort to reduce payroll to help repay its lenders some


Ex-speaker pleads guilty in slush fund case

ABOVE: Former Navajo Nation Speaker of the Council Lawrence Morgan, right, pleaded guilty on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, to charges stemming from the misuse of discretionary funds. (Times photo –


Teesto, Dilkon fire probe turned over to feds; chapter officials respond to loss

Investigation of the nearly simultaneous Dilkon and Teesto chapter compound fires has been turned over to the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

50 Years Ago News

50 Years Ago: Annie Wauneka battles Interior boss

Annie Wauneka, who in 1963 was the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Honor, has become probably the most well-known person on the Navajo Reservation to the outside world because


News Briefs: Assayii Lake Fire a factor in top official’s resignation

An investigation into allegations that employees of the Parks and Recreation Department started the recent Assayii Lake Fire was one of the factors that led to Navajo Nation President Ben


Home At Last

Series of events – including a business card – end months-long effort to return code talker’s uniform