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Court restores full funding for Navajo Head Start

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services must restore the $7.3 million it cut from Navajo Head Start’s budget and institute an appeal process in the event the Navajo Nation wants to protest future cuts.


Letters: Biakeddy was a victim of evacuation

The article about late Jane Biakeddy published in the Navajo Times (“Memories of Jane Biakeddy of Big Mountain”) dated March 8, 2018, inspired me to write this letter.


Piñon students suspended for gun violence protest

This past Saturday, thousands marched and protested across the country in the national “March For Our Lives,” demanding sensible gun laws be passed by Congress and to raise awareness about gun violence.


Oil & Gas seeks $40 million bailout but prez is barrier

So far officials for the Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company have had no problem getting support for their request of up to a $40 million bailout to prevent the banks from taking over the company’s assets. But their efforts will soon hit an immovable object – the president of the Navajo Nation, Russell Begaye.


HRC: Consumers need to read fine print, know the APR

“We are talking about an issue that continues to victimize a lot of Navajo families,” said Leonard Gorman, the executive director of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission.


Navajo Times to honor All-Stars April 9

With the spring sports season in full swing there are a few loose ends that we have to tie up concerning the previous five months.


Gallup softball ‘ahead of schedule’

Admittedly, Ray Spencer didn’t see this coming.


Diné MMA fighter bounces back from adversity

After the fans made their way home and the Diné Event Center at Twin Arrows Casino Resort had nearly cleared, Randy Yellowhair took a moment to himself.


Diné student wins local History Day contest

For a Navajo girl growing up outside the Navajo Nation, a history competition brought the chance to explore her heritage and visit Diné Bikeyah.


Miyamura Lady Patriots looking for the right mix

The biggest thing Santiago Montano was looking for during the Kristin Griego softball tournament was character.