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Murderer of Ashlynne Mike sentenced to life in prison

The family of Ashlynne Mike stood outside front door of the Pete V. Domenici U.S. Courthouse and thanked federal prosecutors for giving them the justice they said their daughter deserved.


Veterans ask for financial support in stalled legislation

A large group of veterans marched to the Navajo Nation Council Chamber on Oct. 18 to support legislation to increase funding for veterans organizations.


Scenes from the 49th Western Navajo Fair

Slideshow by Times reporter Krista Allen


College students, parents invited to qualify for gift packages

Midterms are just about, if not completely, over for most colleges. Some students are returning back to school from fall break, hopefully, feeling rejuvenated.


Things looking up for Navajo voters … but only if they vote

The director of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission had good news and bad news Tuesday for Navajo voters in San Juan County, Utah.


Letters: Baseball players face discrimination

Our high school baseball players are not recognized by the college-level coaches.


Mostly elderly seek birth certificates at pop-up offices

While the Navajo Nation and the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division have worked out how Navajo citizens can get or renew their driver’s licenses without providing a birth certificate, there are many other reasons delayed birth certificates are needed.


Chilchinbeto school celebrates re-accreditation

“Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations,” reads a poster in the hall of Chilchinbeto Community School.


Hospital-WR schools pact targets students’ mental health

Some students carry more than books, pencils and backpacks to school.

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: Hikers rescued on SF Peaks

Coconino County Sheriff’s deputies and Search and Rescue Unit conducted two search and rescue missions on the San Francisco Peaks on Oct. 11, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.