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In Chinle, 1-Stop fills many needs

When Cellular One’s higher-ups at the regional office in Show Low, Arizona, were looking to diversify from the communications business, they asked their employees at the Chinle Cell One store what Chinle needed.


Tribe, county officials resolve road impasse

There was good news Thursday for Navajo families who live on Johnson Road north of Yah-Ta-Hey, New Mexico.


Man stabbed at Assayii Lake seeks help finding perpetrator

An Albuquerque Diné man needs help identifying the man who stabbed him and his brother at Assayii Lake on Easter weekend.


Rising temps over image

City takes back painting of Larry Casuse, causes protest


Letters: Gun control is wrong, wrong, wrong

Regarding Navajo Nation bill 0114-17, sponsored by Aneth Delegate Davis Filfred, “to have better gun control and accountability for firearms circulating on the nation.”

Guest Essay

Guest Column: Support for the Public Safety Fund

The NNPD responds to over 200,000 calls for service and conducts over 25,000 arrests every year. This is a huge amount of work for approximately 200 officers on patrol duty.


Forest Lake in the dark due to electricity shutoff

The photovoltaic panels covering the roof of a Central Navajo chapter house were only less than a year into an expected 30-year life span when they failed recently during a nearly two-week utility service disconnection.


What to do with $58M?

Lawmakers toss Ramah settlement bills back to Naabik’íyáti’


‘The councilman from Gallup’

Times’ correspondent donates 13,000 books to library

Culture News

Talking it up

Code Talker pushes for language sculpture