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Nez working for smooth transition

The number of résumés received by the Nez-Lizer administration-elect has doubled in the past two weeks and it is still not too late to submit applications.


Haaji Naat’áanii Corp.?

$2.5 million given to NDC, with little to show so far


‘We’re human and our tears are real’

At Senate hearing, Crotty underscores need for improved public safety


Letters: Eastin has history of discrimination

I, too, experienced racial discrimination by Mary Jane Eastin, who was my AP English teacher my senior year of high school. During an in-class assignment, we read a poem containing vivid imagery of a snake-like creature.


Learning Diné bizaad

Sitting around their 95-year-old great-grandmother, Berna Little, Eileen Haskie’s grandchildren listen to her speak Navajo to them, teaching them about their identity rooted in history and in language.


Only one election grievance survives OHA

After the debacle that was the Navajo Nation general election, those who lost their delegate seats have filed grievances with the Office of Hearings and Appeals.


Crowd smaller for second tree-lighting ceremony

To the sound of Christmas songs echoing off the Window Rock, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye lit the massive Christmas tree during the second annual Navajo Nation Christmas Tree lighting.


Competition and integrity follow LoRenzo Bates

From the football field to the rodeo arena and all the way to the Navajo Nation Council, competition and integrity followed LoRenzo Bates.


‘A true blessing’

People fill trading post book with their stories, memories

Track & Field

Harrison places 11th in national meet

Throughout his entire high school cross-country career, winning was not always everything for Kashon Harrison.