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Navajo, other tribes call land-use bill a step in the right direction

Tribal leaders backed a House bill Wednesday that would give tribes the ability to control more of their land, instead of having to get federal approval for virtually any use.


Letters: Prayers for brother who served in Vietnam

This is a story about my brother, Clyde Wilson, who was drafted by the U.S. Marines and served in Vietnam in 1968.


Checkmated by crime

Jurisdictional issues plague police, citizens


Tsingine family hurt but not deterred in quest for justice

“We didn’t want to hear it but we knew that what he was saying kind of made sense because everything is based on a white man’s rules, regulations, policies, and laws.”


Making history

Prep overcomes odds to win title


‘More of a family’: Farmington VB ends 20-year drought

It took exactly 20 years for the Farmington High School volleyball team to feel that winning feeling again.


Beefing up the nation

Expert: Ranching is untapped resource for Navajo


Every dog’s a king at Crownpoint dog show

Ainsley’s owner was about to abandon her at the dump when a good Samaritan intervened and took her home.


Outside looking in

Window Rock netters hoping for a playoff spot


‘Why not go big?’

Program encourages students to expand their dreams