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Fugitive couple captured

Acting on a tip, the marshalls and other law enforcement found the couple hiding in a home in Punkin Center.

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50 Years Ago: Three protesters praised in editorial

We have pointed out in past columns that 1969 marked the start of a youth movement on the Navajo Reservation to address social issues in border towns like Gallup. But this weekend marked a huge increase in intensity and it was obvious to everyone who bought the Navajo Times this week which side the paper was on.

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Brave 4-H’ers wow judges with speaking, coping skills

Everyone knows 4-H’ers are brave. They pour their blood, sweat and tears into an animal for a year only to lead it to the auction block, knowing that in a few days the pal they raised from a suckling will be nothing but a lump of meat. But the bravest 4-H’ers of all are the ones who compete in public speaking.

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Arts

Fine arts competition kicks off

It’s one of the older events, but the emphasis in this year’s fine arts competition at the Navajo Nation Fair is on youth and innovation.

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Weaver earns ‘best of show’ for dye chart

Last Thursday, the 75-year-old Deschinny took overall best of show at the Navajo Nation Fair fine arts competition for her framed 3-foot by 6-foot “Vegetable Dye Chart,” displayed at Gorman Hall.

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