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Carnival worker commits suicide at SW fairgrounds

The death of a carnival worker Wednesday evening at the Southwest Fair grounds in Dilkon, Arizona, has been determined to be a suicide, according to the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office.

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Too late for Miss Bessie

Woman dies waiting for NHA home

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San Juan voters’ rights lawsuit will go to trial

A lawsuit filed by the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission over voting practices in San Juan County, Utah, will go to trial.

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Head Start bus involved in accident

A Whippoorwill Head Start bus carrying children was involved in an accident between noon and 12:30 p.m. Monday.

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Mother, daughter victims of cyberbullying

Like most people, Caroline Begay thought cyberbullying only happened to “teens and celebrities.” Then it happened to her.

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New Lands, Padres Mesa look toward relocation office closure

With the Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation set to sunset next year, there have been many emotional public hearings with testimony from people on the Navajo Partitioned Land and Hopi Partitioned Land who are still struggling with the aftermath of the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement.

Education

Winslow High 53rd reunion draws Diné

Months of promoting, cajoling, and well, something bordering on pestering, paid off for Jerry Sanchez and Joe Armijo, two old high school chums whose dream was to get more Native Americans out to a high school reunion.

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After 20 years, Black Mesa gets Head Start school

It took 20 years, but Black Mesa Chapter finally got its Head Start building.

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Halona on homesite regs: ‘We’re going to use k’e’

It was, to say the least, a tough crowd.

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New officials still want action on missing Wheatfields funds

Eight months after an audit revealed $41,000 in missing funds and $95,000 in questionable expenditures, Tsaile-Wheatfields-Blackrock Chapter has yet to determine what happened to the money and there have been no consequences for those who let it happen