Published June 3, 2017 GALLUP – The Gallup Police Department is looking for Wilbert Billy in connection with the theft of a $15,000 quarter horse. Gallup Police Lt. Rosanna Morrissette said the horse was reported stolen on Wednesday. The horse, whose name is Monte, was tied up to a horse trailer at the TA Truck Stop […]
Published April 23, 2017 WINDOW ROCK – An earthquake measuring 3.8-magnitude was reported by the U.S. Geological Survey at 10:01 p.m. Friday Southwest of Bluff, Utah. The tremor was felt by residents in Banding, Utah, who posted about it on Facebook. According to the USGS, the tremor is considered a minor earthquake. According to the USGS […]
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Published April 19, 2017 WINDOW ROCK – In probably the strongest letter that Navajo Nation officials have written in recent years, the president and speaker of the Council has asked for the resignation and/or removal of the top management at Navajo Housing Authority. The letter was written to member of the NHA board on Monday in […]
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Published March 5, 2017 PAGE, ARIZONA – Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez addressed employees of the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) today at the LeChee Chapter House in Page, Ariz. President Begaye gave a full history regarding the history of the Navajo Generating Station as well as many of the lease […]
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Published July 20, 2016 TSAILE, ARIZONA – Diné College is developing a plan to train police officers and establish a new police academy, according to a press release from the college. The initiative stems from a June 28 meeting between Diné College leaders and the Navajo Nation’s Law and Order Committee. Navajo Nation Police Sgt. Stanley […]
Published June 15, 2016 Navajo Times GALLUP – A 25 year-old man from McKinley County has become the latest victim of the Hantavirus, officials for the New Mexico Department of Health announced Tuesday. He is the fifth victim of the Hantavirus this year. Health officials did not say if the victim lived on or […]
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