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Letters: A wild dog that became a family friend

I came across a den of wild dogs and could hear them crying. I crawled into the den and took them all home. I fell in love with them all. When I got home my nali lady was mad. She wanted me to kill them all. She said they are wild dogs, no good, but I just couldn’t kill those little dogs, so I took them back to the den with my dad. He was upset, too, but when we were leaving he let me take one. I took the meanest one that bit my hand and drew blood.

News

Times readership survey: We need your feedback

In line with our commitment, we are looking to get to know our readers. What are your likes or dislikes about our paper and how we can continue to be the Newspaper of the Navajo People? Please help us get to know you.

Obituaries

Obituaries for June 14, 2018

This week: Samuel T. Holiday, Junior Nez, Mamie L. Murphy, Edward Chato-Seaton, Henry Bainbridge.

News

Samuel Tom Holiday, code talker, passes away

Samuel Tom Holiday, one of the last surviving Navajo Code Talkers, died Monday evening (June 11) just nine days after his 94th birthday celebration at his home in Tódinéeshzhee’.

Letters

Letters: Potholes every 5 to 6 feet on road

People who live in this area fill the holes with dirt and gravel. This morning a woman was using a shovel filling the potholes with dirt and gravel. She was alone filling the holes.

Obituaries

Obituaries for June 7, 2018

This week: Marilyn Hatathlie Klopfenstein, Glen Chischilly Jr., Greg E. Draper, and Edward Allison.

Letters

Letters: Let’s not rerun 2014 election

The Navajo Nation Primary Election is Aug. 28 and the General Election is Nov. 6. Let us see if we can do it right this time, without interference from our beloved government and/or the chief justice.

Politics

Nez files for president

Joins mix including Begaye, Shirley, Shepherd

Education

Diné College chosen for study on spread of violence

Diné College on May 20 was selected to participate in a federal study about factors that cause the spread of violent crime in the United States, according to a news release from the college.

Obituaries

Obituaries for May 31, 2018

This week: Florence M. “Flo” Barton, Marvin Andrew McKenzie, Matthew J. Johnson, Jacqueline Whitman, Irvin Begay and Carlton Davis Williams.