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News

Dry pastures for grazing officials

Navajo Nation grazing officials had hoped to have some time at this week’s Division of Natural Resources Land Summit at Twin Arrows casino to voice some concerns. But a lot of them can’t even afford to drive there.

News

Gas leak prompts closure of police headquarters

The Navajo Nation Police headquarters in Window Rock was closed Tuesday while maintenance personnel search for a possible gas leak…

News

The ninth man

Last survivor of the ‘Morenci Nine’ reflects on Vietnam

News

Middle school names library after Code Talker

It was one of those things they had always planned to do some day, but nobody ever got around to setting a date.

Business

Tribe in talks with potential NGS investors

In an effort to preserve hundreds of Navajo jobs, the Navajo Nation is interviewing several entities interested in investing in the Navajo Generating Station, according to Mihio Manus, senior public information officer for the president’s office.

Track & Field

Running on empty

Ragnar racers are gluttons for punishment, cheap medals

Business

Beefing up the nation

Expert: Ranching is untapped resource for Navajo

Community

Every dog’s a king at Crownpoint dog show

Ainsley’s owner was about to abandon her at the dump when a good Samaritan intervened and took her home.

Politics

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.

Education

Chilchinbeto school celebrates re-accreditation

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