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Bloomfield woman arrested in hit-and-run

A 28-year-old Bloomfield, New Mexico, woman is in custody after allegedly running over two pedestrians at an intersection in Bloomfield.


Diné ‘Star Wars’ voice actors bid farewell to Fisher

The princess is dead. Long live the princess.


Top stories of 2016

From mourning to action


The year in front pages

Unfortunately, it really is the case that tragedy drives the news cycle, but personal scandal, and unforgettable images such as that of a matriarchal veteran rounded out the best-selling front pages of the Navajo Times in 2016.


Letters: Put Navajo students first in school transition

Over the last several months, we’ve been hearing about the Bureau of Indian Education’s desire to transfer authority of Navajo BIE-funded schools and place it under the authority of the Diné Nation.


Guns to Gardens

Gun safety drives efforts of NM group


Top sports stories of 2016

The prep basketball scene is somewhat in hibernation this week, as some programs have taken a hiatus for the holidays. So as the calendar gets ready to flip to the New Year, we will pause and reflect what happened in 2016.


652 jobs added; NAPI to go organic

If you want to know what drives Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye, it can be summed up in one word: jobs.


A look back in 2016

Every year we, the sports staff, look to showcase the talent of our Navajo and Native American athletes in their respective sports and various levels of competition.


Council building back trust after slush scandal

As 2016 ended, the Speaker of the Navajo Nation Council, LoRenzo Bates, deliberated on some of the biggest issues of the past year: the continued need to create more jobs on the reservation, concerns over the future of Navajo gaming, the dwindling power of tribal chapters and any fallout that may exist because of what a court judge called a betrayal of trust by many members of the tribal council between 2006 and 2010.