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Twin Arrows has first robot security guard in state

The newest security guard at Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort never needs a coffee break.


Letters: Kudos for BIA street workers

I asked some questions, which he answered. I let him know that I will be at the office tomorrow to request a guardrail replacement and said that I hope to talk to his boss. He smiled and said he was the boss. Wow!


Facing a new world

1st class of new police officers in more than 10 years graduates


Agreement signed for Canyon de Chelly

Eighty-six years after Canyon de Chelly National Monument was established, groundwork has finally been laid for its management.


Director faces penalty for past misuse of P-cards

With unresolved issues regarding P-cards for the Division of Public Safety stemming from 2014 and its former director, current director Jesse Delmar is on his way to being sanctioned with 20 percent of his salary after the Law and Order Committee approved the sanction bill on June 11.


Parents: Alamo school board wasting money

Charlotte Guerro, a resident of Alamo, New Mexico, has 22 grandchildren who attend Alamo Navajo Community School, so you can bet she’s concerned over the recent turmoil at the school.


STEM camp opens eyes, delivers new ideas for Girls Scouts

It wouldn’t be a surprise if in a decade Neviayah Yellowhair, of Blue Gap, Arizona, is wearing a white lab coat in a laboratory or designing a building.


As a neglected child, movies saved the day

Robert Mesa, who played Tecumseh in the History Channel’s “Frontiersmen,” calmly talks about the time he got ink poisoning from a tattoo on his left arm that he knew, being Navajo, he shouldn’t get.


Bridging the gap

Basketball camp ‘a plus for the Navajo Nation’


Young phenom showcasing softball skills for college coaches

When she was three years old, Alexis Lucy Tsosie-Hood played on her father’s little league baseball team.