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From the publisher: First debate between Nez-Lizer, Shirley-Nygren is Oct. 16

The Navajo Nation General Election is 40 days away and that basically leaves about one full month for candidates running for tribal office to campaign and reach out to voters everywhere.

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From the Publisher: Life has many twists, turns; I took the wrong one

The road of life has many twists and turns and as you travel down this road you strive to maintain control of your journey. There are times when you reach crossroads and detours along the way and you have to choose which turn to make and which path you want to continue your journey on.

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From the Publisher: A tip of the hat to two brothers

The Navajo Times newspaper will turn 57 years old in August. It became a copyrighted tabloid publication in 1960 and for most of its young years the Navajo Times office was located in an old building that stood in an area that today is the Window Rock Flea Market.

Guest Essay

Publisher’s Column: Suicide prevention is everyone’s business

Across the United States and throughout Indian Country, the month of September is National Suicide Prevention Month.

Guest Essay

Let the good times roll

We launched our new look of the Navajo Times last Thursday and most of you like it.

Guest Essay

The Times are changing

The Navajo Times will present a fresh look and a new design starting next Thursday, August 27. Our redesign project is something that we have been working on since early spring and now we are ready to present it.

Opinion

55 years of history in pages of the Navajo Times

On Thursday, August 4, 1960, the first official edition of the Navajo Times newspaper was published.

Opinion

Merry Christmas to all!

It is Christmas Eve 2014 and all of us at the Navajo Times Publishing Company want to sincerely wish all of you a wonderful and blessed Merry Christmas!

Opinion

Publisher’s Column: The Coach of Life

I felt like I had just stepped into yesteryear. It was 1975 and I was entering the old Window Rock High School Fieldhouse on a wintery Friday evening and the place was jammed-packed with Fighting Scouts basketball fans. The game tickets were sold out and it was standing room only.