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Student arrested after Facebook post about shooting

A Monument Valley High School student has been in jail since Tuesday after reportedly posting on his Facebook page, “Who wants to help me shoot up the school?”


Code Talker Teddy Draper Sr. passes

Navajo Code Talker Teddy Draper Sr. of Chinle passed away in a Prescott nursing home Thursday morning. He was 93.


New software paves the way for AMBER Alert

Key software will make it possible for the Navajo Nation to establish its own Amber Alert and Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye has signed a contract to purchase it.


Aztec gunman planned to shoot up classroom

The gunman and two students were killed in a shooting last Thursday morning at Aztec High School.


Murder victim’s father sues tribe for negligence

The father of Ashlynne Mike has filed suit against the Navajo Nation claiming that the tribal government’s failure to implement an AMBER Alert system on the Navajo Reservation “directly” caused his daughter’s death.


Letters: Questions on land purchase

The Navajo Nation can spend LATF and PTF revenue on our veterans, housing, education and our elders, just to name a few. For a leader who ignores, or is dumbfounded when it comes to important issues on our Navajo Nation shows that perhaps he don’t respect and care for the Diné, is a doomed society. Wake up, speaker, and address these questions.


Lawsuit filed Against Wells Fargo

The Navajo Nation has filed a lawsuit in federal court here against Wells Fargo Bank for engaging in predatory and unlawful practices that targeted and harmed the Navajo people, especially the elderly.


Tribal workers insurance costs going up

The insurance cost for Navajo employees is going up and some coverage is going down.


‘Feeling awesome’

Times recognizes coaches, student-athletes


Wildcats’ rally comes up short

The San Carlos Braves used two runs at the end of the first and second quarter to build a double-digit lead before holding off Chinle’s late comeback attempt.