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In a surprise announcement during Tuesday’s Navajo Nation Council spring session, delegates were informed that the Bureau of Indian Affairs Navajo Regional director in Gallup, Sharon Pinto, had been removed from her post.

Every year, the same jingles and commercials play across hundreds of car radios in the Gallup area advertising tax refund anticipation loans or, in the fall months, holiday loans.

50 years ago: Church plans new college, but offers no details

Just weeks after it was announced that the Navajo Reservation would get its first community college comes a story about the second community college to be established.

The wind will be back, in full force.

Firefighters are battling a wind-whipped blaze on the Our Lady of Fatima parish compound that so far has destroyed a structure being used by the Southwestern Indigenous Women’s Coalition, and long-time volunteer Bob Gilroy’s trailer.

Sustained winds up to 65 mph damaged buildings and caused power outages on Thursday.

Eagle is sacred to the Navajo, says medicine man

Shop around for payday loans – or use bank, credit union

Third copy of treaty identified, will be at Hweeldi

The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced this week that Edward O. Plummer has been named the agency superintendent for the Eastern Agency.