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County ordered to hold elections using new districts

San Juan County (Utah) school board and county commission elections will proceed this fall using the new election districts drawn by a court-appointed expert, the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday.


Giving back to the grid

Eastern chapter gets grid-tied solar array


More than a store

Buy a yarn or spin one at one-stop shop for weavers


R.C. Gorman Room an underused treasure trove

You can find R.C. Gorman’s art in galleries and private collections from coast to coast. But he left “a portion of himself” on the reservation, said Rhiannon Sorrell, Diné College’s instruction and digital services librarian.


‘Sacred Journey’ leads home

Diné dancer to debut new ballet with Robert Mirabal this weekend


2nd World exhibit takes flight Friday

The style is modern, but the symbols are as old as the Diné. The language is English, but the words are from stories that were retold over the generations in Navajo before they were ever written down.


Diné filmmaker arrested on sexual assault

The “Me Too” movement just hit Navajo.


No progress in arson of veteran’s house

An elderly veteran says there is plenty of evidence in the Feb. 8 arson of his home in Navajo, New Mexico, and yet neither the Navajo Nation Police nor the FBI have made any progress solving it.


The mother of all rugs

Fiber artist creates a fitting tribute to his first mentor


Social media threats of shootings at Chinle schools a hoax

Chinle Unified School District schools and offices are closed today after threats of a mass shooting in the district had reportedly appeared on social media sites.