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Letters: Our leaders have strange detachment from reality

“Navajo Sovereignty Day” was taken to Albuquerque, where a press conference was held April 24, 2018, to “celebrate” the 150th year of the signing of the Treaty of 1868.


50th anniversary

Winslow grad chose Diné College over Harvard


Letters: Others are enjoying our Navajo trust funds

Let’s look at our trust fund from a business and investment prospective.


‘Fight Like A Woman’ continues Sihasin’s journey to healing

Sihasin is a Navajo band thinking with hope and reassurance.


Obituaries for April 19, 2018

This week: Rodney B. Lewis, Marie Skeets, Cecil Joe Sr., Leroy Morgan Yazzie Sr., Phil Chischilly Jr., Carolyn Curley Hubbard, and Lorene M. Dick.


Fire destroys structure at Chinle’s Our Lady of Fatima parish

Firefighters are battling a wind-whipped blaze on the Our Lady of Fatima parish compound that so far has destroyed a structure being used by the Southwestern Indigenous Women’s Coalition, and long-time volunteer Bob Gilroy’s trailer.


Letters: Critic is right: Almost all support Bears Ears

Last week, Maryleen Tahy, a former candidate for the San Juan County, Utah, Commission and a Blanding, Utah, resident, submitted a letter sharing her experience with the San Juan County Democratic Party and accusing the party of being taken over by Utah Diné Bikéyah (“Utah Diné Bikéyah takes over Democratic caucus,” April 5, 2018).


Obituaries for April 12, 2018

This week: Vera Yazzie Begay, Mary B. Smith, Bobby Hardy Sr., Herbert Murphy, Joyce Elaine Hounshell, Francis Tolino, and Thomas Woods.


6 treated for chemical exposure in Low Mountain

Four children and two adults were treated at Chinle Comprehensive Health Center and released Thursday afternoon after being exposed to a toxic chemical at Jeeh Deez’a Academy in Low Mountain, Arizona


Letters: Utah Diné Bikéyah takes over Democratic caucus

I want to share with people of San Juan County, Utah, my experience in the 2018 election process. I was a Democratic candidate for the San Juan County, Utah, Commission race.