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An IHS psychologist who worked at the Chinle Comprehensive Health Center was killed in an auto accident on New Year’s Eve

Twenty-seventeen was a year of staggering change and uncertainty, as an institution that had been propping up the Navajo Nation’s economy for 41 years threatened to close and tribal leaders tried to predict the effect on Indian Country of a wildly unpredictable new U.S. president.

It was the last week in December of 1967 and residents of the Navajo Reservation were thoroughly disgusted with the weather.

Nonprofit working to install running water in Baca-Prewitt area

In the history books, Teddy Draper Sr.’s long life boils down to two sentences.

Three-and-a-half years after Kee Thompson and Allison Gorman were brutally murdered on the city’s west side, the last defendant in their killings was sentenced last Thursday.

50 Years Ago: Nakai drums up publicity for centennial year

Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai wants 1968 to be recognized by the federal government as the “Year of the Navajo.”

The Navajo Nation Police Department has a suspect in custody after shots were fired near Nizhoni Elementary School in Shiprock, New Mexico.

A Sanders Unified School District bus transporting children was involved in an accident with another vehicle Tuesday evening on old Route 66 across from the Lupton rest area on I-40.

A Monument Valley High School student who allegedly posted “Who wants to help me shoot up the high school?” on his Facebook page three days before the Aztec shooting has pled not guilty to a Navajo Nation charge of threatening …