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With Navajo candidate Willie Greyeyes back on the ballot, Navajos in San Juan County Utah have a good chance of taking the majority of seats on both the county commission and school board — if they turn out at the polls.

Marine Corps veteran and former prisoner of war “Gunny” PJ James walked over to Navajo Code Talker John Kinsel Sr., 97, and saw his uniform was not inspection-ready.

The decision by members of the Navajo Tribal Council’s Advisory Committee to ban the director of DNA-People’s Legal Services from the Navajo Reservation has created a lot of controversy, not only in Window Rock but in Washington, D.C., as well.

In the late 1970’s LeRoy Becenti went to uranium mining school and became a utility miner for Kerr-McGee in Church Rock, New Mexico.

Kirk said she and California attorney Drew Ryce were dropped from a lawsuit the Fort McDowell Yavapai filed in 2010 after losing tens of millions of dollars when a series of investments Kirk and Ryce allegedly helped broker went belly-up.

What happened on Aug. 6, 1968, on the Navajo Reservation had never happened before and stories about it made news all over the country. The Washington Post even put it on the front page two days later.

2 get VP’s attention on transport of uranium waste

Golden eagles return home but will never fly again

Elusive Remington letter: New York Times could have jumped the gun

50 years ago: Good, bad news in scholarship report

The Navajo Tribe has released its first report on its scholarship program and it appears to be a mixture of good news and bad.