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Witness to shooting death: ‘We didn’t see a weapon’

A woman who said she and her family witnessed the shooting death of Loreal Tsingine by a Winslow police officer on Sunday says she did not see Tsingine pull a weapon of any kind.

People

Navajo delegation experiences Russian culture

Like the Diné in the United States, the Sakha in the Russian Federation are known by another name to their fellow citizens.

Letters

Letters: NHA needs to prioritize family safety

The Navajo Nation Advisory Council Against Domestic Violence and the Navajo Apache Hopi Zuni Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence are writing to speak out against the Navajo Housing Authority’s policies…

News

‘It’s all about respect’

Family, bikers pay tribute to Alex Yazzie and all police officers

People

Navajo comedian aims at local politics

A Navajo comedian from Gallup has been attending local government and school board meetings, because he hopes to bring the power of satire to bear in local politics.

Sports

Navajo Times honors winter sports best

The numbers vary year-to-year but the selection for the 2015-16 Winter Navajo Times All-Star team was another grind.

Baseball

KC girls turn the tables against Farmington

The Kirtland Central High School softball team has finally learned who they are.

Baseball

Kirtland Central splits doubleheader with Taos

The Kirtland Central baseball team proved their capability when they split a double-header with Taos High School on Tuesday. KC won the first game 6-5 before losing 6-4 in the second.

News

Lawsuit filed on behalf of Navajo children abused in Mormon Placement Program

Five years after the Navajo Supreme Court entered a landmark decision on allegations of sexual abuse by a Catholic priest, another lawsuit has been filed claiming that Mormon Church officials failed to take action when Navajo students in their placement program were abused by members of their order.

Community

Miss Navajo hosts egg hunt in home community

While the rest of the country had the Easter bunny, a rabbit that carries a basket of decorated eggs and candy, this small community had Miss Navajo Nation.