The value of kinship
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Two Navajo Code Talkers died this past week, according to the tribal government and family members.
Former Speaker of the Navajo Nation Council Lawrence T. Morgan Wednesday pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the misuse of discretionary funds while he was in office.
An attempt by a group of Navajos as well as unsuccessful candidates for president to get Chris Deschene removed from the general election ballot has failed.
Officials for the Navajo Nation Navajo Oil and Gas Co. on Friday laid off eight employees as part of their effort to reduce payroll to help repay its lenders some $44 million.
In the aftermath of the twin blazes that leveled the Dilkon Chapter administration building and the Teesto Chapter House early Saturday morning, the chapters are doing what Navajos have always done better than anyone: jury-rigging.
On Sept. 6, New Mexico State Police officers responded to State Road 118, mile marker 26, near Gallup, in reference to a hit-and-run vehicle accident involving a pedestrian.
People in Crownpoint Chapter may not remember this, but 50 years ago they didn't exist.
Also in this news roundup: Leupp chapter was a family dynasty; and, jury selection has been set for first slush fund defendants.
Annie Wauneka, who in 1963 was the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Honor, has become probably the most well-known person on the Navajo Reservation to the outside world because of the fame she has gotten in the past year.
Clara Beth Joe, 25, of Gallup, was arrested Wednesday in connection with the death of her 13-month-old child, according to the FBI and Gallup Police Department.
View a roundup of this week's primary election, including unofficial results.
The Navajo Election Administration's website that gave election results got hits from all over the world Tuesday night.
Alvert Miller, 39, of Shiprock, was sentenced Wednesday in federal district court here to 72 months in federal prison followed by five years of supervised release for his second-degree murder conviction, according to the U.S. attorney's office.
It probably wasn't the best idea in the world but Marshall Tome, editor of the Navajo Times, said it had to be done to save the lives of hundreds of Navajos.