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Lady Eagles told to take out their tsiyeels

Health officials provide steps to properly, carefully clean up after rodents

NTUA making plans to take over water supply for Sanders community

It will take a few more months, but residents of Park Estates in Sanders will finally be able to drink, cook and shower with safer and uncontaminated water courtesy of Navajo Tribal Utility Authority.

50 Years Ago: Congressional investigation has everyone wondering, concerned

When Navajo tribal leaders learned 50 years ago that Congress was going to investigate the tribe, no one knew what to say. So they said nothing.

11 sworn in as full-time Navajo Nation firefighters

Long-time radio personality remembered as an ‘unsung hero’

Navajos far and wide this week are mourning George Werito, long-time radio personality and station manager for KNDN, who died Sunday at age 66.

50 Years Ago: Council passes resolution trying to remove BIA from federal control

Long before there was any controversy about pro and college teams using racial Indian names as mascots, the Navajo Times kind of brought up that issue on its front page when it printed an article promoting the upcoming Navajo Invitational Tournament.

Last Thursday, Cove Day School’s second- and third-graders’ lesson on expanded notation was interrupted by a visit from the Secretary of the Interior.

When she was 34, Ruth Gilbert witnessed the optimism of the dream of Martin Luther King Jr., but now an 85-year-old, she sees something different in the times.

New Mexico continues to face a higher degree of violent crimes than most other states, according to figures released recently by the FBI.