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Election 2014

Election board votes to move forward with Nov. 4 election

Kay Rogers and Rosalind Zah, both concerned voters who attended a special meeting of the Navajo Board of Election Supervisors on Tuesday, are relieved the Nov. 4 general election will go on as planned.


Officials at ceremony: Trust settlement is step toward ‘wrongs being corrected’

In order to find out how the $554 million that the Navajo Nation will receive from the U.S. government for mismanaging the tribe’s trust assets through a “historical” settlement, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is encouraging the public to vocalize their thoughts.

Election 2014

Deschene case goes back to office of hearings and appeals

Dozens of people stood in line Friday morning at the Tuba City Judicial District to hear oral arguments regarding whether Christopher Clark Deschene should be disqualified from being a candidate for the office of the Navajo Nation President because he does not speak fluent Diné Bizaad.


Letters: Frustrated with congressional leaders

I respectfully write this letter to the editor to express my frustration with the U.S. congressional leaders who continually butt into the affairs of Indian nations without regard to our

Guest Essay Opinion

Guest Column: Robert Joe: New leadership was held back by old politics

Because we stood up to the old way of doing Navajo business, my team and I have endured ruthless assaults on our character and integrity.

Track & Field

Shiprock, Zuni girls top runners satisfied with team finishes

SHIPROCK, N.M. Winning races is always better when they are won as a team. At least that’s what top runners like Shiprock’s Lacey Howe and Zuni’s Selena Sanchez believe. On


Accepting the Challenge

After stellar career in Southern California and Stanford, coach comes to Sanders SANDERS, Ariz. Valley head football coach Josh Catron says he likes challenges. After a stellar career at Torrance

Sports Volleyball

After losing 1st game, Valley dominates Rough Rock

Mary Lynch and Apple Decena wanted the same thing on Monday night.


Founder of Tóhajiilee’s first day school honored

Few people leave a legacy behind that promises to last forever. Luciano Platero is one of them.


Ách’ii’-maker wins crown

Nothing proves you’re a Navajo princess like sheep intestines.