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Track & Field

Gallup shot putter hits new PR

Meet host Gallup got a second place finish in the shot put event from senior Sheridan Sandoval at the Route 66 Classic track meet.


Peabody bankruptcy looms; effect on tribe unclear

With Peabody Energy Corporation’s warning on March 17 that it may be the next coal giant to topple, ears are perking up on Navajo.


Hale: Nation needs education on Zika

Arizona and New Mexico have each confirmed its fist case of the mosquito-born Zika virus, prompting concern over whether or not the Navajo Nation is ready for the worst-case scenario.


Sports Briefs: Winslow pounds 16 hits over Poston Butte

Area schools did well in baseball action last weekend as the head into the last month of the baseball season.

50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago: Nakai’s campaign strategy, non-Indian use of IHS hospitals

Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai is spending a lot of time on the campaign trail as he urges tribal members to vote him back into office in the upcoming tribal election.


Obituaries for March 31, 2016

Lorene Lopez TORREON, N.M. – Funeral services for Lorene Lopez, 60, of Torreon, N.M., were held March 28 at the Torreon Navajo Mission with Paul Skiles officiating. Interment followed at


Navajo Times All-Star awards ceremony set for April 4

Now accepting nominations for the 2015-16 Navajo Times All-Star awards.


‘It’s every little kid’s dream’

Jones, Dirteater only Natives to make appearance at PBR


After 34 years of coaching, Tohatchi’s Jim calls it quits

In a surprising move, longtime Tohatchi Cougars boys head basketball coach Albert Jim resigned.


Letters: Writer needs to scrutinize his own party

If [the letter writer] wants to unveil the true racist and hateful colors of the Republican Party, I would like to offer the following about the Democrat Party and how their destructive action goes unchecked or endure public scrutiny …