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Letters: Reasons why I did not learn Diné bizaad

I have been asked why I did not learn Diné Bizaad as a child. Now I know there are many reasons why our youth do not learn about Diné history, culture, or language.

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Remember warriors this Memorial Day

Throughout this week I would like to encourage you to remember our Diné women and men warriors whom we have lost in battle.

Guest Essay

Shelly’s last blunder surprises Begaye

As the alien spaceship approached Earth, one says to another, “They communicate through things called words and use each other with papers that they sign.”

Obituaries

Obituaries for May 21, 2015

Chee Henry Jr. GALLUP — Funeral services for Chee Henry Jr., 54, will be held Friday, May 22, at 10 a.m.at Rollie Mortuary in Gallup. Burial will follow at the

Letters

Letters: Celebrating 91st birthday

The family and community of Torreon gathered May 2 to celebrate Navajo Code Talker Bill Toledo’s 91st birthday. Four generations of his family attended. In addition to Toledo’s recognition, two

Guest Essay

Police surveillance: They have their eyes on you

The police car pulled up to the east side of a four-way intersection. I was about 10 yards away.

Guest Essay

A PRC report to constituents of District 4

I am reporting directly to you, the constituents of District 4, on several topics that have taken place during my first quarter since returning to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission.

Obituaries

Obituaries for May 14, 2015

Arlene Spencer GALLUP — Funeral services for Arlene Spencer, 65, will be held Saturday, May 16, at Rollie Mortuary in Gallup. Burial will follow at the Gallup City Cemetery. Arlene

Guest Essay

Mothers of the Navajo Nation

This year, I pray for good blessings to be placed upon our mothers of the Navajo Nation.

Guest Essay

Inauguration is an acknowledgement of change

It is an honor to serve the Navajo people and a privilege to represent the Navajo Nation.