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Homecoming win a giant weight off Shiprock's back

SHIPROCK — Shiprock’s players and coaching staff stood tall following the Chieftains’ homecoming win over Wingate Friday, their eyes up and beaming, their shoulders lowered and relaxed.


Letters: Name missing from Gold Star list

There is a missing name in that article on page A8 (“Gold Star mothers, their fallen warriors honored,” Oct. 4), my friend and my United States Marine, Lance Cpl. Daniel Dee Denipah.


Lacking Begaye’s letter, salary vote back on

Speaker LoRenzo Bates stated in a memo to the election board chair, Melvin Harrison, that according to Title 2 of the Navajo Nation Code, the chief legislative counsel, Levon Henry, determined the supervisors could consider the referendum questions and place them in the next election ballot because


Miss Western crown helps queen grow

Special to the Times | Krista Allen2017-18 Miss Western Navajo Rainee Style tells Miss Western Navajo contestants what the week of the fair will be like. Style, 24, will pass her crown to a new titleholder on Saturday during the 50th annual Western Navajo Fair.


Police Blotter: Ex-Dilkon VP guilty of forgery

WINDOW ROCK – Former Dilkon Chapter Vice President Daryl Joe was found guilty of five charges of forgery by the Dilkon District Court of the Navajo Nation, according to a news release from the attorney general’s office. The Navajo Nation filed criminal complaints against Joe on Oct. 17, 2017.


N.M. voters key to victory for Shirley, Nez

In next month’s general election, the key to who becomes the next president – Jonathan Nez or Joe Shirley Jr. –will again rest, to a great extent, on voters from New Mexico.


‘… what sovereignty is all about’

By late spring next year, Navajo Tribal Utility Authority’s newest solar thermal plant will come online generating 78,000 megawatts, enough to power roughly 18,000 homes and businesses in the Navajo Nation.


Tuesday's soccer, volleyball scores

Buy PhotoPiedra Vista's Lauren Jaqua, center, celebrates her goal against Farmington with teammates Tatianna Guerrero, left, Mckinzey Allee, right, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 at Piedra Vista High School in Farmington.Jon Austria/The Daily TimesFullscreen


Sears bankruptcy: 5 more Arizona locations closing

USA Today, citing court filings, reports liquidation sales could begin in just a couple weeks.

12NEWS.COM - 2018-10-15 16:29:47

In the Arizona mountains, a store dedicated to all things Donald J. Trump draws crowds

© Tom Tingle/The RepublicKaren MacKean and Steve Slaton are co-owners of The Trumped Store and Coffee House in Show Low, Arizona. They sell all things Trump, Friday, September 28, 2018.

MSN.COM - 2018-10-15 14:49:17

Why Real Estate Lines of Credit in Arizona are Getting More Attention

Generally speaking, savvy investors find out what works for them and repeat the same processes time and time again to ensure success. That said, they also create a toolkit of various options and tailor their approach depending on the project. One of the tricks of the trade seasoned investors apply i

BIGGERPOCKETS.COM - 2018-10-15 18:07:12

State of Play: Tightening Arizona race threatens Democrats' slim Senate hopes

PHOENIX, Ariz. (Reuters) - For most of this year, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona has run what has been viewed widely as one of the best races in the nation. But with less than a month to go to Election Day, there are doubts whether she can make it across the finish line.

REUTERS - 2018-10-15 18:45:48

Kavanaugh appointment could encourage new abortion legislation in Arizona • Arizona Mirror

Pro-life and pro-choice protesters gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court on March 2, 2016, to demonstrate. The court that day heard oral arguments in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, a case centering on restrictions placed on abortion clinics in Texas. Photo courtesy Jordan Uhl

AZMIRROR.COM - 2018-10-15 14:30:02

Do Latinos make Arizona worse? Conservatives, Republicans think so • Arizona Mirror

When Rep. David Stringermade national newsin June for saying “there aren’t enough white kids to go around” in public schools and that immigration is “an existential threat” to the United States,prominent Republicans distanced themselves from him. Some, like Gov. Doug Ducey and Arizona Republican Par

AZMIRROR.COM - 2018-10-15 13:04:06

McSally, Sinema face each other in Arizona Senate debate

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AP - 2018-10-15 16:49:30

Arizona GOP Tries Dumbest Political Dirty Trick Ever

The Arizona GOP, or at least one Republican candidate, are getting desperate. They tried one of the dumbest political dirty tricksever and got caught red-handed at it. They sent two Republican students in to a rival Democratic campaign office to donate money from a communist group so they could late

PATHEOS.COM - 2018-10-15 08:08:33

Arizona State Fair shuts down as rain continues to fall in Phoenix

Thank you everyone for braving today’s storm. For the first time in recent memory The Arizona State Fair is closing due to weather.Forecast is sunny skies and a high of 75 tomorrow! Hope to see you back at the fair!pic.twitter.com/2rhswkbJ1E— Arizona State Fair (@azstatefair)October 13, 2018


Flash Flood Watch in effect Saturday for much of Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)--A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 8 p.m. Saturday for Metro Phoenix, Western Arizona and portions of the high country through Central Arizona.A low pressure system tracking into Arizona from the west Saturday will also tap into moisture from former hurricane Sergio. Sergio


Trump returning to Arizona for Mesa rally next week

Trump's campaign announced the rally, scheduled for Friday, Oct. 19. Rumors had been swirling for months that Trump was planning to return to Arizona, despite few details.


Restoring trust in the Arizona Corporation Commission

As an Eagle Scout, husband, father and attorney, holding my PhD in arid land resources science (water) and serving as a major in the U.S. Air Force JAG Corps Reserve, I am deeply concerned about the future of Arizona. That’s why I am running for the Corporation Commission.The commission was created

WEST VALLEY VIEW - 2018-10-14 08:00:00