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Arrest made in stabbing death

Montoya Johnson, a 42-year-of resident of Albuquerque, is facing charges of murder in the first degree and tampering with evidence in connection with the murder of Raymond Peshlakai on Sept. 23 in Gallup.


Obituaries for Sept. 28, 2017

This week: Joseph R. Yazzie, Patrick S. Murphy and Kevin Willeto.


‘It’s time for us as a nation to step up’

Vietnam vets receive pins, thanks 50 years after war ended


Times makes major haul at NAJA

The Navajo Times brought home a whopping 18 awards from the Native American Journalists Association conference Sept. 9 in Anaheim, California, including General Excellence and Best Layout in its circulation size division.


School reps: Give labor relations office more teeth

The Navajo Preference in Employment Act, created to make sure outside companies employed Navajos, is instead creating headaches for school boards and administrations, school officials charged at the final hearing on possible changes to the NPEA here last Tuesday.


Health official: No response from IHS on proposed reductions

Navajo officials in the Northern Agency have been trying for months to get a response from the Indian Health Service about the makeup of a local health advisory committee.


Emotion, loss underline Gold Star Mothers ceremony

Eva Yazzie described her son, Alejandro J. Yazzie, as an outgoing boy while he was growing up in Rock Point, Arizona.


Navajo Prep ends drought against Lady Lynx

In a matter of three minutes and 34 seconds, the Navajo Preparatory School soccer team ended a seven-year drought.


Ganado still undefeated with win over Chinle

The wind last Friday night did little to stop the Ganado Hornets.


Smiley face, or not?

Diné digital stickers lead debate over stereotypes