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Shirley Montoya began looking into the company that was drilling six new wells on the land that was formerly her aunt Elsie Slim’s farm. Reaching out to them directly via the number on the well markers didn’t yield return calls.

Second phase of solar plant underway

For the third consecutive year, the Navajo Times was named “Newspaper of the Year” in its non-daily category by the Arizona Newspapers Association.

Guides believe tribal tourism is answer to getting the story right

According to a recent report by the Country Music Association, 42 percent of Americans are country music fans, and they span all age groups.

Microsoft-NTUA-NTU collaboration brings technology to chapters

With foreign investors and using an empty building, the establishment of a glove manufacturing business is on course.

City residents take grocery stores for granted. For rural folks on the Navajo Nation, having one in their town can make the difference between an all-day excursion just to put dinner on the table and a quick trip for a couple of items.

The new Family Dollar store on Main Street opened just seven weeks ago and now it’s the busiest of 15 stores in Arizona.

Navajo Nation economic development offices are continuing several projects throughout the reservation that will provide hundreds of new jobs over the next several months.