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As Navajo Nation health authorities reported 16 more deaths from COVID-19 Friday, President Jonathan Nez said the Navajo Nation has given more than three fourths... [Read More]
This week: Lucy E. Begay, Helen T. Cantrell, Maybelle Stanley, Susie Ida Tolly, Woodrow Dixon, Raymond Charles, Stephen Wayne Nozie Sr., Carl Bert Snyder, Genevieve... [Read More]
When it comes to administering COVID-19 vaccines on the Navajo Nation, Dr. Loretta Christensen, chief medical officer for Navajo Area Indian Health Service, said they... [Read More]
The Navajo Nation's acting superintendent of schools said last week that the Department of Diné Education is not trying to take over the schools, reduce... [Read More]
Before handling his end in the team roping competition, Brad Moreno had lost his horse on Sunday. [Read More]
Elaina Watson has been central to the rebuilding of the Adams State University women's basketball program. [Read More]
After being bucked off at a previous rodeo last October, Colby Segay had another shot at his draw on Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Ever been to a park in Flagstaff or Farmington and seen a post with chained hoops attached making a loose basket and thought, "That's a... [Read More]
From my family to yours, Happy New Year, and I wish you all lots of joy and happiness to come your way in the year.... [Read More]
Diné language and culture teacher and COVID-19 survivor Albert Brent Chase says the many profound challenges, revelations and changes he experienced in 2020 are guiding... [Read More]
Apples, oranges, peanuts in shell, candies, chocolate, chips, beef jerky, animal crackers, fruit snacks, juice boxes and Vienna sausage – treats like these, for some... [Read More]
Retired Navajo Transit driver Benjamin Henio, 70, who also worked for Kerr-McGee, the former uranium mining company, "for many years," said he wouldn't have a... [Read More]
If President Jonathan Nez and the Navajo Nation Council can actually work together, there is the possibility of a Tuba City housing manufacturing facility to... [Read More]
It didn't take Peter MacDonald long to start making changes to the Navajo government that would make him the most powerful leader the tribe has... [Read More]
Lolita Begay-Yazzie has pleaded guilty to fraud in excess of $20,000, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas announced on Jan. 8. [Read More]
"Reinstating the winter season poses a risk to the healthcare system, which could impact students who may be injured. We believe that these additional modifications... [Read More]
Amid the tumult of recent events, it's nice to know some things just don't change all that much. Navajo country music, for one. [Read More]
One of the few careers that has actually benefitted from the coronavirus pandemic is writing. Publishing houses have reported new manuscripts surging along with virus... [Read More]
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