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Diné grad student wants to tailor electric grid to community

News

2015: One of the most chaotic

The past year was probably one of the most chaotic years in the tribe’s history with the Navajo people facing delay after delay in choosing a tribal leader, a mine spill that continues to affect the financial well-being of hundreds of Navajo farmers in the Four Corners area and on a personal level, the heart-warming and successful story of two young Navajo children lost in the woods.

Sports

Reflecting on the Top 10 Sports Stories

For most in the sport arena, a new year brings promise of a new beginning and a fresh start, but for some, it’s a time to reflect on the year past.

Letters

Letters: ‘Hozho is living the loving way’

I worked for the Navajo Nation government from 1971 to 2001 and would like to speak to some major issues.

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Happy New Year from OPVP!

As we near the end of 2015, both Vice President Jonathan Nez and I would like to send our heartfelt holiday greetings and appreciation to the staff of our administration, the three branches of government, all of the Navajo Nation Employees and the greater Navajo Nation.

People

A Tribal Christmas

Christmas event brings together AZ tribes for night of music, dancing

Sports

A look back at 2015

As we get ready to turn the page into the New Year the Navajo Times sports department would like to share with you some the highlights of the sports scene across our area.

Politics

Bates, Council overcome a turbulent year

It’s been a challenging year for LoRenzo Bates, the speaker of the Navajo Nation Council, as he and other members of the council have had to deal with the turbulent events of the past year.

Basketball

Gallup holds off Kirtland Central

For all the gains they made during the early part of the season, the Gallup boys’ basketball team seemed to have taken a step back in their latest win against Class 4A Kirtland Central.

Track & Field

Wings of America Junior Women training hard in preparation for national meet

16 young men and women will represent their family, school and community at the USTAF Cross-Country National Championships.