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Letters: Our leaders have strange detachment from reality

“Navajo Sovereignty Day” was taken to Albuquerque, where a press conference was held April 24, 2018, to “celebrate” the 150th year of the signing of the Treaty of 1868.


New econ director faces challenging times

With only seven months left in the 23rd Navajo Nation Council, newly appointed Economic Development Director Sean McCabe has lofty goals and an extensive to-do list.


Funeral homes prey on the vulnerable – don’t get coerced

Over 20 years, Tobi Benally has gotten an inside look at the funeral industry in border towns of the Navajo Nation.


Rez districts support strike, but in different ways

While public school districts in border towns like Page, Flagstaff and Winslow are shut down for the Arizona teachers’ strike today and Friday, Kayenta is the only one of the larger school districts on the reservation that is joining them.


Chinle takes first step toward vendor village

Chinle Chapter last Monday took the first step toward constructing a vendor village at the mouth of Canyon de Chelly, with chapter members authorizing Chapter President Myron McLaughlin to apply for a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.


1A state softball

St. Michael looking at next goal on list: state playoffs


First-ever Native Women’s Business Summit is sold out

Alana Yazzie’s hobby of creating social media content has bloomed into a small business.

Track & Field

Sky’s the limit

Kirtland javelin thrower looking to break school record


Window Rock, Page, Chinle are playoff bound

Making the finals of the 3A North Region baseball tournament paid dividends for the Page Sand Devils and the Window Rock Scouts.


Dineh Tah Dancers well received at historic home sites

The Dineh Tah Dancers succeeded in their mission of sharing the story of the Treaty of 1868 at two significant historic sites earlier this month, their leader reported.