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A U.S. District Court judge on Monday denied the motion of the contractor that breached the Gold King Mine, causing the release of 3 million gallons of contaminated water in 2015, to be released from lawsuits filed by the Navajo Nation and the State of New Mexico.

Tsehootsoi Middle School’s Kelly Haven is a seventh-grade spelling p-h-e-n-o-m-e-n-o-n.

“It was hard,” Mythius Domingo said about his win over classmate Kimmora Begay for the championship of the Navajo Nation/Navajo Times Eastern Agency Spelling Bee.

The Navajo Department of Corrections, simply put, is in dire straits.

It’s less than four months now before the Navajo Tribe holds the major 100th celebration of the signing of the Treaty of 1868 and things are beginning to come in place.

In an empty parking lot in Window Rock, Navajo activist Meskee Yatsayte gripped a handmade sign, demanding justice.

The filing period for candidates in this year’s Navajo Nation election has been reduced from 90 days to 14, according to the Navajo Election Administration.

Last year, Navajo Nation Police handled 16,452 public intoxication, or PI, calls across the reservation, with each call lasting an average of two hours. And it seems that trend will continue.

When athletic officials told parents of middle school boys who lost a basketball game due to an ejected coach that their complaints would “open a can of worms,” the parents pulled out a metaphorical can opener.

For the past two and a half years, Judy Pete has been hoping to hear that someone has been charged with the murder of her son, Durwin Merrill Davis.