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Diné Pride Festival is first in Navajo Nation history

Drought has been building for centuries, and the government hasn’t helped

On July 12, 1968, life changed forever for residents of LeChee, a small community located about five miles south of Page, when electricity finally arrived.

The newest security guard at Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort never needs a coffee break.

1st class of new police officers in more than 10 years graduates

Eighty-six years after Canyon de Chelly National Monument was established, groundwork has finally been laid for its management.

With unresolved issues regarding P-cards for the Division of Public Safety stemming from 2014 and its former director, current director Jesse Delmar is on his way to being sanctioned with 20 percent of his salary after the Law and Order Committee approved the sanction bill on June 11.

Charlotte Guerro, a resident of Alamo, New Mexico, has 22 grandchildren who attend Alamo Navajo Community School, so you can bet she’s concerned over the recent turmoil at the school.

50 years ago: DNA lawyer in hot water again

DNA-Peoples Legal Services is in hot water again – or at least one of its attorneys is – because of the way the Chinle School District treats its students.

Navajo Code Talkers Day is only two months away and Delegate Raymond Smith this week led a charge to reinstate the day as a paid holiday for the Navajo Nation.