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Monument Valley park reopens to public

The Monument Valley Tribal Park has reopened to the public after it closed yesterday following a fellowship filming without a filming permit on tribal lands, affecting the tour operators that provide various types of tours here.


First snow of season blankets Window Rock

The first snowfall of the holiday season graces the Navajo Code Talker statue at Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock on Friday, Nov. 30.


Monument Valley closed due to ‘cult activity’

Monument Valley Tribal Park has closed after a fellowship was filming without a filming permit, leading to a demonstration, according to law enforcement.


‘It didn’t stop until it hit the ocean’

Navajo Scouts were on the front lines in California


Appointees can reapply, Nez says

There is no guarantee “political at-will” employees from the Begaye-Nez administration will keep their jobs but they are welcome to reapply, said President-elect Jonathan Nez.


Letters: Nuclear energy is by no means clean

PNM’s Ron Darnell recently wrote about nuclear energy as clean and abundant energy source with a carbon-free footprint. But this idea of “clean nuclear” is a myth.


Halona: Short-staffing to blame for home-site lease delays

The head of the Navajo Nation’s Land Department, which again has come under criticism for failure to process home-site leases in a timely manner, said his office is doing its best despite budget cuts that reduced its employees from 150 to just 27.


A voice of experience

Coal miner heads to the N.M. Legislature


Nation drops voting rights suit against Arizona officials

The Navajo Nation has withdrawn its voting rights complaint and a motion for a temporary restraining order against the Arizona Secretary of State and officials of the three counties that overlap the Navajo Nation.


New delegates hear do’s, don’t’s

It was “Council Delegate 101” for newly elected lawmakers who will be taking their oath of office in January.