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Navajo police say Nazlini incident didn’t involve Russian roulette

Navajo Nation police officers are contradicting a news release that denies a ranger was shot in the head while playing Russian Roulette.


Code Talker Alfred K. Newman services set for Saturday

Services for Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman Sr., 94, will be in Farmington on Saturday morning.


Letters: Deportation story all too common on Navajo

One Mexican national married to a Navajo had a productive business on the Navajo Nation but was detained and deported in Gallup, when they came to pick up supplies. When they get deported, it heavily impacts the Navajo children and spouse they leave behind.


Nez, Lizer take oath of office

Surrounded by eight portraits that were borrowed from the stone walls of Shonto Chapter House, Jonathan Michael Nez was inaugurated the ninth president of the Navajo Nation Tuesday morning.


Delegates look forward to ‘tackling’ issues

Draped in a chief’s blanket that he was given when he took the oath of office for the first time four years ago, Delegate Nathaniel Brown said he was humbled to have been voted again to represent Chilchinbeto, Dennehotso and Kayenta chapters.


Girls show hard work, quick learning to coach

Not very many coaches like to be wrong, but Lucas Lucio was happy to stand corrected.


Returning to healthy basics

Traditional foods workshop looks to revive old ways of cooking


Winslow outduels Holbrook before packed house

The scoreboard showed yet another win for the Winslow boys’ basketball team against rival Holbrook.


Newcomb senior bounces back, aims at state

Shawndale Davis is more than just a high school wrestler.


Tribe finds money to keep scholarships going

Recipients of Navajo Nation scholarships whose funding was held up by the government shutdown will get some relief,