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Farmington Police are seeking the public’s help in solving the apparent murder of a Navajo woman whose body was found in Brook Haven Park on Nov. 5.

Diné struggled for the right to make, enforce laws

Jesse Delmar, director of the Navajo Nation’s Division of Public Safety, was awarded the National Native American Law Enforcement Association’s 2017 Public Safety Director of the Year.

50 Years Ago: Traders treat customers with Thanksgiving dinner

It’s Thanksgiving season and, as in years past, Indian traders on the reservation are celebrating by having a special dinner for their customers, usually on the weekend before Thanksgiving.

According to witnesses, a school board member and chapter official in Sanostee, New Mexico, has continued to serve in both her positions as late as Sunday in spite of a complaint filed against her by the Department of Diné Education for allegedly failing to disclose two alcohol-related offenses on her candidacy application.

“Based on the rate of decline, how it has been accelerating, the guess is maybe by 2020, which is in three years, when they do the Census, (Navajo language speakers) will be down to 30 percent…”

Low student enrollment leads to reduced funding in 2018 WINDOW ROCK Decreasing enrollment at Navajo Nation Head Start is prompting

Navajo Nation grazing officials had hoped to have some time at this week’s Division of Natural Resources Land Summit at Twin Arrows casino to voice some concerns. But a lot of them can’t even afford to drive there.

50 Years Ago: Gorman defends Rough Rock school

The Rough Rock Demonstration School has come under attack and Howard Gorman, one of the most respected members of the Navajo Tribal Council, has vowed to get to the bottom of the controversy.

The Navajo Nation Police headquarters in Window Rock was closed Tuesday while maintenance personnel search for a possible gas leak…