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The Tuba City Fair was held last weekend and it was a success, even though the carnival did not show up for some reason, said Stan Bartos, who covered the fair for the Navajo Times that year.

Spectators at the first debate between the candidates for Navajo Nation president saw a different side of Joe Shirley Jr. Tuesday night.

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

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.

50 Years Ago: One family succeeds at life in Chicago

Over the past decade, thousands of Navajo families have left the reservation in order to get education or find a job and, except for their families, most Navajos never hear about them again.

About 600 family, friends and colleagues who worked with the late Navajo Nation Council Delegate Steven Begay remembered how he touched their lives on Friday during a remembrance service at the Tohatchi High gym.

Diné survivor travels to D.C. to protest Kavanaugh nomination

Former Dilkon Chapter Vice President Daryl Joe was found guilty of five charges of forgery by the Dilkon District Court of the Navajo Nation.

For the second time in less than a month, the military had a special ceremony at Fort Wingate to honor a Navajo soldier who died in the Vietnam War.

A Chinle man was shot to death by a National Park Service ranger on the White House Trail in Canyon de Chelly Friday afternoon.