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Leaders OK naming U.S. Navy ship ‘Navajo’

The Navajo Nation and U.S. Navy are on their way to becoming official partners and may one day help patrol the waters of the world, thanks to efforts of U.S. Sen. John McCain, who chairs the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Forces, the 22nd Navajo Nation Council’s Naabik’iyáti’ Committee and the secretary of the Navy.


Yazzie agrees to step down as NHA CEO

After months of intense criticism from leaders of both the legislative and executive branches of the Navajo Nation government, Aneva Yazzie has agreed to step down as CEO of the Navajo Housing Authority.


Family carries on battle for land, water

Nadine Narindrankura has been an activist since she was 10.


Committee votes for medicinal marijuana

Could the Navajo Nation benefit from cultivating medicinal marijuana? That’s what Dineh Benally, a former Navajo Nation vice president candidate, believes.


Blend Western, traditional treatment for cancer, hataali urges

Steven Begay, a hataali who is also a Navajo Nation Council delegate, is urging Navajos diagnosed with cancer not to limit their care to either Western or traditional treatment.


‘It pays all the bills’

Rogers on track for 7th NFR


Letters: Fix roads in Navajo capital

Can someone fix the roads? If not, at least place markers on the roads.


B-ball camp helps participants become independent

Aaliah Tsosie has been to a handful of basketball camps, but none quite like the Rising Stars camp.


New NHA board: Republic stories were wrong

Another group has gone public questioning the accuracy of information provided in a recent series of articles published in the Arizona Republic accusing officials of the Navajo Housing Authority with gross mismanagement.


Young cowboys prove they’re among the best

Jared Todacheenie and Alonzo Begay got the storybook ending they wanted.