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Letters: Is roast mutton worth dying for?

I have seen many cars and trucks parked in front of her food stand. Many people sit on a giant log that sits next to her stand. None are practicing the social distancing rule or wearing any kind of face protection.

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AZ Pride Sports multi-sports camp

June 8 @ 9:00 am - June 11 @ 5:00 pm MDT
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‘Returning Safely to Work’ webinar

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Nurses on the front line

“I never thought it would come here, not here on the reservation.” She first heard about the coronavirus (COVID-19) on TV in January 2020. “It’s all the way across in China!”

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Article prompts aid for Indian Wells couple

Less than a week after an article appeared in the Navajo Times detailing the plight of an elderly Indian Wells couple living in a ramshackle house with no way to get to the grocery store or chapter house other than walking, it was a much different scene.

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Indian Market re-envisioned during pandemic

Diné artists Tonya June Rafael, Michael Billie and Wyatt Lee-Anderson are busy building inventory for this year’s Santa Fe Indian Market. Yes! Indian Market is back on – virtually.

Music

Ace’s Wild lead singer passes of COVID

Most of us knew Fred Thompson as the booming baritone fronting the popular rez band Ace’s Wild. But there were many other facets to the man: rodeo announcer, lifelong educator, coach, fitness buff, artist, rancher, promoter of Navajo language and culture, devoted husband and father.