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Obituaries for Feb. 5, 2015

Staff Sgt. Robert “Hoss” Matthew Parkhill CHENEY, Wash. – Family and friends celebrated the life of Staff Sgt. Robert “Hoss” Matthew Parkhill on Jan. 31, 2015, at the Amazing Grace

Police Blotter

Police Blotter: 46-year-old Calif. man dies at Arizona Snowbowl

Coconino County Sheriff’s deputies and detectives are investigating the death of a 46-year-old man from California who died Jan. 18, 2015, while skiing at the Arizona Snowbowl


Letters: Elect Jordan, Jones as Prez and VP

I have a suggestion I would like to share with my Diné voters in resolving the issues associated with the presidential election.


St. Michael sixth-grader raising money to volunteer in Canada

Brayden Watchman has his heart set on going to Canada and he is asking for your help.

Guest Essay

Chair of housing Council: ‘We cannot stay silent about the housing needs’

By Sami Jo Difuntorum Special to the Times As chairwoman of the National American Indian Housing Council, I applaud the address made by National Congress of American Indians President Brian


Obituaries for Jan. 29, 2015

Flemen Bryan Nave TSAILE/WHEATFIELDS, Ariz. – Flemen Bryan Nave, 74, passed away Jan. 22. Flemen was born April 28, 1941, to Ethel and Noah Nave. He was born in a


Letters: ‘It’s time to make a change’

I am no better than anybody else on this planet, everyone isn’t. We let stupidity get the best of us. Why? Because we don’t have the ability to think about our situations that’s been said to us, these are things we face today.


R. Carlos Nakai’s ‘Canyon Trilogy’ earns platinum status

If R. Carlos Nakai, 67, got a dollar for each unit sold of his 1989 album “Canyon Trilogy” since its release, he would be a millionaire.


Obituaries for Jan. 22, 2015

Dorothy Cumming PLEASANTON, Calif. – Dorothy Cumming, who lived on the Navajo and Hopi reservations from 1950 until 1962, passed away Jan. 11, 2015, in Pleasanton, Calif. She died in

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Honoring MLK’s legacy

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most prolific leaders of the civil rights movement. He is remembered as a non-violent activist who stood for peace and equality.