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Robbery suspect headed to Flagstaff

A suspect in a Chinle bank robbery was headed to Flagstaff this afternoon, where he will be arraigned in U.S. District Court today or tomorrow, an FBI spokesman said.

Arts

Show will put Tuba on fashion map

Quick: Which is the more fashion-forward town, New York or Tuba City?

Politics

Diné seeks Republican nomination for Kirkpatrick’s seat

The man who seeks to be the first Diné in Congress says he’s the perfect choice to take over Ann Kirkpatrick’s Arizona Dist. 1 seat.

Education

Diné College leader suspended

Diné College President Maggie George has been placed on administrative leave while the college’s board of regents investigates complaints against her

Music

Air Force ensemble to land in rez

Since ancient times, armies have employed musicians to get the troops fired up for battle, awaken them in the morning, cheer them up in camp and lend a sense of occasion to promotions and other ceremonies.

Education

Diné College unveils new housing, renovated SUB

Diné College Friday gave visitors a sneak peek at the recently renovated student union building and a tour of the new family student housing at a grand opening Friday, although the SUB is not yet officially open to the public.

Community

Back to their roots

Project re-introduces Diné family to farming

Culture

Going nuts

Diné take advantage of bumper piñon crop

Education

From being a statistic to collecting them: Coalmine Canyon native headed to Oxford

Teen mom, high school dropout, alcohol abuser … “I’ve been a statistic,” says Molita Yazzie, “many times over.”

News

Begaye disputes EPA’s testimony, calls for more help

At hearings before the U.S. Senate’s Indian Affairs Committee Wednesday, President Russell Begaye disputed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy’s testimony that the EPA is continuing to supply hay and water to communities affected by the Aug. 5 Gold King Mine Spill.