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Arts

Ceremonial opening is Gallup true

There were as many reasons to attend the Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial’s opening night Wednesday as there were attendees, which is to say a couple hundred.

Politics

Grayeyes back on the ballot

Willie Grayeyes is back on the ballot for San Juan County (Utah) Commission after a federal judge found Tuesday that his opponent’s claim that he doesn’t live in the county wasn’t filed by deadline.

News

Kirk says she was ‘blameless’ in Yavapai debacle

Kirk said she and California attorney Drew Ryce were dropped from a lawsuit the Fort McDowell Yavapai filed in 2010 after losing tens of millions of dollars when a series of investments Kirk and Ryce allegedly helped broker went belly-up.

Community

Winslow Class of ’64 takes on car seat issue

Navajo babies will face many challenges in their lives. The very first may be surviving a car crash.

Community

Calling all tots!

There may be no tiny tots pageant at the Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial this year unless some tots take a tiny step forward.

News

From all corners of the rez

Intermountain students keep bonds alive at annual reunion

News

Kirk, Ryce have history of giving bad investment advice

The Navajo Nation may have dodged a bullet when Remington Firearms Co. LLC recently rejected a $525 million cash offer from the tribe.

Community

Royals throw special needs prom

There are time-honored rites of passage most of us take for granted, like the junior prom.

Politics

Council, prez trade volleys in Remington proposal

President Russell Begaye says he had no idea the Navajo Nation Council was considering a proposal to purchase firearms manufacturer Remington Arms Co. LLC until the news blew up on social media.

News

Potential NGs buyer found; environmentalists protest

Potential NGs buyer found; environmentalists protest