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Little Water in shock, pays tribute to fallen officer

Five blinking police lights left the base of the Chuska Mountains Friday afternoon, in an informal procession for fallen Navajo Nation Police Officer Alex Yazzie.

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Family says late Officer Alex Yazzie is a ‘hero’

Jade Maestas remembers her youngest uncle, Navajo Nation Police Office Alex Yazzie, who was killed yesterday in the line of duty, as honorable, kind, gentle, funny and responsible.

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Alleged Little Water, NM shooter familiar with weapons

Alleged gunman Justin Fowler, 24, from Littlewater, N.M., was familiar with weapons and knew how to survive in the wilderness.

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Gunman leaves two-state trail of chaos

A suspect in a domestic violence incident left a trail of mayhem between Littlewater, N.M. and Red Valley, Ariz., Thursday that ended with himself and a Navajo Nation Police officer dead, two officers wounded and two police cars disabled, according to information released Friday by the Navajo Nation President’s Office.

Letters

Letters: Don’t just exercise your right, execute it!

From day one I understood Deschene talking Diné.

Business

Tribe still fighting Urban Outfitters

Remember the Navajo hipster panty?

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Farewell to Marshall Tome and efforts to legalize liquor on the reservation

It’s becoming very difficult for Navajo tribal members to keep track of who is in and who is out as far as high-ranking tribal officials are concerned.

Election 2014

April 21 election still up in the air

The April 21 date set by the Navajo Election Administration for a special election for tribal president is once again up in the air.

Music

For one artist, hip-hop is a way to transcend oppression

Growing up on the Navajo Nation can have its challenges. The area is very rural and in many places there isn’t much to do.

Basketball

Laguna-Acoma boys fall to Mesilla Valley in 3A finals

The only thing the Laguna-Acoma boys basketball team lacked this year was size.