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Op-Ed: Our public safety officers require resources to protect our people, and themselves

Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch: Public safety on the Navajo Nation is in crisis.


Mountain lions kill 20 sheep in Black Mesa area

Livestock owners living in the Black Mesa, Ariz. area are on edge after a trio of mountain lions killed 20 sheep recently.


Flagstaff police investigating fifth note found at local high school

A fifth note has been found at Flagstaff High School, where a series of written threats have been made over the past month…


Big Mountain resident famous for HPL resistance passes on

Katherine Smith, a cultural educator, a relocation crusader and resistor from Big Mountain, Ariz., has died.


Fish and Wildlife may propose a horse hunt on the Navajo Nation

With multiple efforts to reduce the number of wild horses on the Navajo Nation, officials are considering a hunt.


One year later

Family of Loreal frustrated by inaction of tribal leaders


Letters: Let Navajos invest in themselves

Opportunities exist for our Diné to escape poverty, but they can only do so by being allowed to invest the $410 million mismanaged money in themselves. The Tribal Government however has unwisely claimed that money.


BIE director to support the Diné School Accountability Plan

The director of the Bureau of Indian Education visited the Navajo Nation just a day after Washington rolled back key education rules.


Slight increase in violent crimes on reservation

Violent crimes, including murder and rape, on the Navajo Reservation were up slightly in 2016, according to data collected by the Navajo Police Department.


All-Star players to be honored in Shiprock on April 10

Whether it be an entry to the state playoffs or a Final Four berth, the 2016-17 winter prep sports season was a success for most of the programs in our coverage area.