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Sanders will soon be getting cleaner and safer water

Sanders Park Estates will soon be getting cleaner and safer water after the Arizona Corporation Commission approved the transfer of water service from Arizona Windsong Water Company to Navajo Tribal Utility Authority during an April 12 meeting in Phoenix.

After much wrangling and a thick pile of paperwork, 64 of the 66 Navajo cattle impounded by Hopi Rangers last Tuesday are back with their owners. A bull and an unbranded yearling calf were left behind, but a cow had a calf while impounded, bringing the total number of cattle returned to the ranches up to 65.

A small cemetery on the grounds of the U.S. Army War College in eastern Pennsylvania holds the remains of Native students who died at the infamous Carlisle Indian Industrial School.

50 Years Ago: Navajos fight Hopi plans to evict 15 Navajo families

This is the month, 50 years ago, that the debate between the Navajos and Hopis got serious.

A case involving human remains removed from Canyon de Chelly has been remanded to U.S. District Court for Arizona.

As family members remembered Loreal Juana Tsingine for her “big strong hugs,” Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye threatened to sue the City of Winslow during a candlelight vigil and rally

50 Years Ago: Tribe finalizes plant agreement giving workers $1.25 an hour

The first major economic initiative developed during the Raymond Nakai administration has been finalized.

Winslow Police Officer Austin Shipley, a three-year veteran of the Winslow Police Department, is the officer being investigated in connection with the shooting death of a Navajo woman on Easter Sunday…

Witness to shooting death: ‘We didn’t see a weapon’

A woman who said she and her family witnessed the shooting death of Loreal Tsingine by a Winslow police officer on Sunday says she did not see Tsingine pull a weapon of any kind.

Family, bikers pay tribute to Alex Yazzie and all police officers