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The Navajo Nation Council and president’s office is in discussions on how to handle the transition from the Begaye-Nez administration to the Nez-Lizer administration.

‘He was a good man’

‘He was a good man’

  November 15, 2018
Four shot, killed in Tsayatoh

Four shot, killed in Tsayatoh

  November 13, 2018
Elections director fired

Elections director fired

  November 10, 2018

Sports

The last time the St. Michael girls’ cross-country team hoisted a state title was in 2002.

A history of winning

A history of winning

  November 15, 2018

Education

Like Mark Twain, who famously remarked, “Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated” after seeing his own obituary in a newspaper, Jim Eubank has been hearing lots of rumors about himself.

Bird’s-eye tour for Mr. Moore

Bird’s-eye tour for Mr. Moore

  October 19, 2018

Politics

Chinle voters were solidly behind their native son, Joe Shirley Jr., Tuesday morning, but it seemed that the farther you got from Central Agency’s largest community, the more support for Shirley waned.

A woman in charge

A woman in charge

  November 8, 2018

Life

Enjoy a slideshow from Veterans Day observances around the Navajo Nation on Nov. 12, 2018.

Enjoy a slideshow from Veterans Day observances around the Navajo Nation on Nov. 12, 2018.

Slow food” is a reaction to fast food — the mass-produced, corporate-controlled, over processed substances that pass for nourishment in most of the world today.

Throughout the walk that began on Oct. 13, Gary Mike thought about his daughter, especially when his feet hurt or if he became thirsty or hungry.

Cellist debuts new works at national parks, visits schools

For more than five decades, the small city of Barstow, California, was the home of the largest group of Navajo Code Talkers outside of the Navajo Reservation.

Opinion

They should voice their own opinions about subjects around the Navajo Nation. The subjects they would like to talk about would be examples like education, community participation, respecting Mother Earth, and speaking our Native language further and other subjects.

Business

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.

Destination: Native America

Destination: Native America

  September 27, 2018

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