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Gaming chair has confidence in Parrish

The chairman of the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is confident that Brian Parrish is the man to “effectively lead Navajo Gaming into the future,” in spite of the new CEO’s involvement in a 2002 contest-rigging incident at The Venetian resort in Las Vegas.


Police seek help identifying body

Gallup Police are trying to identify a Native American man whose body was found about 9:45 a.m. Saturday on the north side of Gallup.


Two northern teams among state’s best

The final curtain for the 2017 Arizona state boys and girls basketball tournament came to a close on Saturday.


Winslow pulls away from Ganado, reaches title game

Winslow coach Scott Corum stared in frustration when his team gave up an easy layup to Ganado just as time expired in the first half on Friday night at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona.


Rock Point girls to play St. Michael in 1A finals

Rock Point coach Andrew Reed was not expecting a tight game on Friday.


Page reaches 3A title game

A season long quest was answered on Friday for the Page girls basketball team.


Brian Parrish named new gaming CEO

Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise Chief Operating Officer Brian Parrish, who has been acting CEO since former interim CEO Derrick Watchman was placed on administrative leave last September, has been selected as CEO of the tribal enterprise …


An uphill battle for Escalade

B&F rejects legislation; on to Naabik’íyáti’


Council urges Administration to keep IHCIA

In an attempt to be proactive the Navajo Nation Council unanimously approved legislation requesting Congress retain the Indian Health Care Improvement Act during a special council session Feb. 16.


Shepherd, soldier, father

Centenarian recalls a time of strong people, ambitious sheep