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Holgate named acting chief justice

The Law and Order Committee voted to approve retired district court judge Thomas Holgate as the acting chief justice for the Navajo Nation.

Politics

St. Mike’s chapter prez to fight recall group

Janis Damon said this past weekend she plans to fight efforts by a group of disgruntled members of her chapter who want to force her out of office.

News

Navajo office keeps an eye on health-care debate

With the Affordable Care Act having such an uncertain future, three senators, Tom Udall, D-N.M., Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., and Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., this morning proposed amendments that would protect against Medicaid cuts to the Indian Health Service, tribal care clinics and urban health facilities.

News

Sherman vs. Barboncito

Days, words leading to the negotiation of the Treaty of 1868

Opinion

Letters: Honor Riders are true Native leaders

Wow! What a display of real authentic, on-the-ground rez leadership: the 2015 Navajo/Hopi Honor Riders. As a chief (of over 30 years) from a First Nation north of the Canadian/U.S.

Education

Unifying past and present

147 students receive Chief Manuelito Scholarship

Education

Chinle police, school security get active shooter drill

In a perfect world, school security wouldn’t have to do much besides direct traffic at basketball games and break up the occasional wrestling match, maybe intercept a bottle of vodka a prankster was planning on pouring into the punch at the school prom.

Community

Exploring what it means to be a Diné woman

Katrina Lee and Bessie Sandoval have different perspectives on what it means to be a Diné woman.

Politics

Deschinny out, Smith in

Committee votes to remove economic boss, keep community development boss