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Dangerous winds to resume

The wind will be back, in full force.

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Winds cause damage, power outages

Sustained winds up to 65 mph damaged buildings and caused power outages on Thursday.

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Bízhí wóózhch’į́į́d

Eagle is sacred to the Navajo, says medicine man

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‘Silent fight’

Tribe files lawsuit as Tsinigine’s family marks death anniversary

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Third golden eagle shot

Another golden eagle was found, shot, with all of its tail feathers removed.

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First day of spring marks first women’s veterans day

Diné women who’ve served in the Armed Forces, please stand up.

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Coal silo at San Juan Generating Station fails, says PNM reps

What was initially called an explosion on Saturday at the San Juan Generating Station may actually have been a failure that caused a fire to start in one of the coal-fired units that is still in operation.

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Police ask for public’s help with hit-and-run accident in Standing Rock

The Navajo Nation Police is asking for the public’s help in helping locate the person or persons who left the scene of a fatal hit-and-run accident that occurred late Tuesday evening in Standing Rock, New Mexico.

Politics

Naabi votes against bill that would allow feds to enter rez, make arrests

A bill in Congress seeks to violate the Treaty of 1868. House Resolution 4864, the so-called “No Haven for Dangerous Fugitives Act,” was introduced by U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem, a Republican, from South Dakota.

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Jails face shutdown, tribe comes to rescue

The Navajo Department of Corrections, simply put, is in dire straits.