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A U.S. District Court judge on Monday denied the motion of the contractor that breached the Gold King Mine, causing the release of 3 million gallons of contaminated water in 2015, to be released from lawsuits filed by the Navajo Nation and the State of New Mexico.

Sports

The strength of the 1A North Conference was on full display on Saturday with three area teams advancing into the Final Four round of the Arizona state playoffs.

‘It makes us bigger’

‘It makes us bigger’

  February 15, 2018
Rez girl sees the lights

Rez girl sees the lights

  February 8, 2018

Education

For their capstone project at Diné College, students aren’t just going to read or study from a book on tribal economics — they’re going to update a book on the subject.

Politics

Since Attorney General Ethel Branch put a halt to the Twin Arrows Travel Center project over a year ago, the Navajo Nation Council has amended the Navajo Nation Code to prevent this from happening again.

Life

Amid the urban sprawl of the Phoenix metro area stood a small hogan. The door was covered with a brown fleece blanket with a Pendleton design.

Joe Pacal is looking to the Navajo Nation in hopes of receiving funds to hire interested gardeners to train under him and learn ecologically sustainable gardening methods.

Amid the urban sprawl of the Phoenix metro area stood a small hogan. The door was covered with a brown fleece blanket with a Pendleton design.

Sharing indigenous culture

Sharing indigenous culture

  December 21, 2017
Stars and the Earth

Stars and the Earth

  December 21, 2017
Eat like who you are

Eat like who you are

  December 7, 2017

Most musicians love what they do … except for the money part.

Bringing the music home

Bringing the music home

  January 11, 2018
Diné duo featured in TV ad

Diné duo featured in TV ad

  December 14, 2017

A Navajo student graduated early from Window Rock High School, but college brought a whole new challenge and pitted his skills against a deadly scourge of his people – cancer.

Opinion

The road of life has many twists and turns and as you travel down this road you strive to maintain control of your journey. There are times when you reach crossroads and detours along the way and you have to choose which turn to make and which path you want to continue your journey on.

Business

Like many across the Navajo Nation, the Charley family’s home didn’t have electricity, phone service, internet or running water. That partially changed a few months ago when the family received a solar powered phone line, wi-fi and enough electricity to power the home from Sacred Wind Communications.

McCabe named new director of DED

McCabe named new director of DED

  January 11, 2018

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