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This is tax season on the Navajo Reservation and although officials for the Internal Revenue Service report that less than five percent of Navajos file a federal income tax report, those that do will now be able to deduct expenses for Navajo ceremonies.

Gary McDonald, owner of Ole Red Barn and Lee’s Liquor, has been sentenced to a jail term one year and three months for felony drug charges.

The white powder a Navajo County Superior Court employee found on her hands after opening mail Monday turned out to be drywall dust, but responding to the incident was a good exercise that will help the county.

Coconino County Sheriff’s deputies and detectives are investigating the death of a 46-year-old man from California who died Jan. 18, 2015, while skiing at the Arizona Snowbowl

It is commonly said, “Water is life,” yet many Navajos still live without running water on the Nation. VIDEO.

Back in the 1960s, the battle between the Hopi Tribal Council and traditionalists on the Hopi Reservation raged hot and heavy and Navajo Nation President Raymond Nakai kept in close contact with the traditionalists to win over their support for the Navajos in the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute.

The band went silent as the roar of motorcycles neared the Fort Defiance Chapter House.

The fight between Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai and the tribe’s general counsel, Norman Littell, continued in full force as 1965 began with the two battling it out in a federal court case held in Washington, D.C.

So what were Navajos talking about as 1965 began? Surprisingly enough, it wasn’t the fight between the Old Guard and

Martin Luther King Jr. Day marks not only a day of celebration and remembrance but also a day of service.