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It has been a month and a half since a Navajo Nation woman disappeared from her home in the Sweetwater community of Arizona. [Read More]
Signing with New Mexico Highlands came as a huge surprise for Tohatchi graduate Montana Soto. [Read More]
The chief medical officer for the Navajo Area Indian Health Service... [Read More]
A New York National Guard member has placed second in the Army National Guard's national Best Warrior Competition in Camp Navajo, Arizona. Corporal Dakotah Miller... [Read More]
New cases of COVID-19 have risen alarmingly in Navajo County — mostly among the unvaccinated off the reservations, County Health Director Janelle Linn warned the... [Read More]
On July 27 a Navajo County Grand Jury returned a new indictment against Shawn Michael Chock, 35 of White Mountain Lakes, alleging among other charges,... [Read More]
Utah Lt. Gov. Diedre Henderson took her first visit to Westwater Subdivision and listened to the Navajos living there argue "they'll believe it when they... [Read More]
One month ago, the Navajo Nation confirmed its first case of the Delta variant which is of great concern as this variant is identified as... [Read More]
The community welcomed the rains with open arms. [Read More]
"I hate to turn away people and tell them our cemetery is closed because it's full," Mary Beth Sage, the St. Michaels Chapter president, said. [Read More]
The Navajo Nation on Thursday reported 13 new COVID-19 cases... [Read More]
The Navajo Nation announced Thursday morning that the 2021 Navajo Nation Fair will be cancelled. [Read More]
Navajo Chief of Police Phillip Francisco sits ramrod straight at his desk, surrounded by manila folders brimming with paperwork and a Darth Vader figurine that... [Read More]
Aug. 1 to Sept. 30 set for those who did not apply last year... [Read More]
A 44-year-old Gallup man pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for repeatedly stabbing a victim in the neck in 2018. According to a news release from... [Read More]
This year's beloved Gallup Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial at Red Rock Park is going to happen, but without financial support from the state of New Mexico. [Read More]
A top staffer at the New Mexico Legislature, Rachel Gudgel, has been under fire for allegedly making derogatory comments about Native American education and culture. [Read More]
Paving the way for the Navajo Nation to appropriate and spend $1.86 billion in American Rescue Plan Act funds, on July 24 Navajo Nation Council... [Read More]
A frustrated Seraphine Warren took a walk early one morning from her aunt Ella Mae Begay's home in To?ikan, which was the last place her... [Read More]
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