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Reporter's Notebook

Our children must survive before they can thrive

Over the past seven months, as an intern and eventually a staff reporter for the Navajo Times, I have reported on the well-being of women and children in our Nation.

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Reporter’s notebook: Love trumps rivalry as players don Aztec colors

I did not know Casey Jordan Marquez or Francisco Isaiah “Paco” Fernandez, but after this last week, I wish I had.

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Reporter’s notebook: Now there’s an app I could use

After my old iPhone 5 developed a malicious habit of muting my voice every time I called someone, my husband surprised me with an iPhone 7.

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Reporter’s Notebook: An eye-opening drive to Albuquerque

Every journalist should deliver their publication’s product at least once in their careers. Not to write about but to observe the readership.

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The hitchhiker diaries: Homeless youth; Lazarus come lately; Seoul survivor

More tales gleaned from the roadsides of Diné Bikeyah: A life in strange cars

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Reporter’s Notebook: Why blowing the whistle doesn’t pay

It is no exaggeration to say that newspapers cannot operate without whistleblowers.

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Reporter’s Notebook: ‘Nemo bik’ín’ítxą́ą́’!’

I was inspired to find Nemo myself after hearing about the recent showing of the “Finding Nemo” film being dubbed into Navajo.

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Reporters Notebook: From Australia, I am reminded of how beautiful home really is

By leaving the reservation and the United States, I have learned an important lesson of appreciation by flying across the world to the “Land Down Under.”