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Rep-elect Haaland: Clean energy is possible without losing jobs

To the elation of her supporters, progressive Democrat Debra Haaland became one of the first three Native American women ever elected to Congress Tuesday.


A woman in charge

Charles-Newton wins Shiprock delegate seat


‘This man is a miracle’

An afternoon with ‘Master Roy’


Nez says he embraces all faiths, beliefs

A sentiment circulating among some prospective voters is that presidential candidate Jonathan Nez is less likely to support Navajo traditional ways than candidate Joe Shirley is, because of Nez’s Christian beliefs.


Nez clarifies position on NGS, renewables

Candidate for president Jonathan Nez said he is in favor of transitioning to a greater reliance on renewable energy, but not at the expense of Navajo jobs. He indicated there has to be a balance between the two.


Who Sold the Farm?

Shirley Montoya began looking into the company that was drilling six new wells on the land that was formerly her aunt Elsie Slim’s farm. Reaching out to them directly via the number on the well markers didn’t yield return calls.


Celebrating culture, community

What better way to celebrate the conclusion of the growing season than with the annual Harvest Dance at Zuni Pueblo, where the community comes together to sing, drum and dance in unison.


Shiprock ousts fair board chair

Northern Navajo Fair volunteer Redawn George had finally had it and decided to take action.


Begaye predicts layoffs and budget decreases

With October snowflakes falling at the beginning of the Diné New Year, President Russell Begaye entered the Council Chambers for his last state of the nation address.


500 honored

Medals pinned on veterans, young and old, from all campaigns