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Brendan Young ’14 Releases Film
CC graduateBrendan Young ’14recently finished his film “Junction,” which focuses on basketball on the Navajo reservation. The inspiration for the film came when Young visited Chinle, Arizona, at the suggestion of a CC friend,Isaac Salay ’16, who was born there. Salay mentioned that Young should chec
Children’s art makes its way back to rez
Courtesy photoThis pastel of a boy riding his horse through the desert, part of Ray Stevenson’s collection of Chinle Boarding School art, shows the student’s appreciation for his traditional lifestyle.
Murder suspects arrested in Cow Springs after chase
Navajo Nation Police assisted by Arizona state troopers arrested Irving Martin Verduzco-Armenta, Jorge Hernandez-Ayala, and Jaime Flores-Solis in connection with the suspected killing of 30-year-old Edgar Luna Najera on Oct. 28. Hernandez-Ayala, Flores-Solis, and Najera are residents of Moab, Utah.
Kyrsten Sinema gets boost in Arizona Senate race as Green Party candidate drops out, backs her
"I want [supporters] to vote for a better Arizona, and that would be for Kyrsten Sinema," third-party candidate Angela Greentold 12 News. "After watching the debates and seeing everything, Sinema's stance on a lot of things are very similar to mine."
Arizona Woman Survives in Woods for 6 Days After Car Falls 50 Feet in Horrific Crash
The mangled car became tangled in the mesquite “where it remained suspended above the ground,” police wrote in a statement. Injured, the 53-year-old woman remained in the vehicle for days before finally climbing out and walking toward nearby railroad tracks in hopes of finding rescue.
Arizona man allegedly taught undercover FBI agents how to make bombs: reports
Ahmad Suhad Admad, 30, was arrested Friday for allegedly instructing undercover FBI agents and informants how to build bombs. (Arizona Department of Corrections) An Arizona man was arrested Friday after he allegedly taught undercover FBI agents and informants how to build and detonate bombs. Ahmad
Meet the Democrat vying for Arizona's open Senate seat
Kyrsten Sinema has faced a lot of attacks during her bid for the open Senate seat in Arizona. Photos of her protesting the Iraq War in a pink tutu, old audio clips that she said were taken out of context, accusations of treason and dirty negative ads implying the threat of imminent nuclear war if
How Complex Is Arizona's Political Landscape?
But, though our state is known nationally as a hard-line conservative bastion,in a new piece for Politico, Arizona political writers Hank Stephenson and Jim Nintzel make the argument that our political landscape is actually much more complicated.
Nancy Pelosi stops in Arizona to help three Democrats raise money
© Michael Chow/The RepublicHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., swung through Phoenix on Tuesday, but not every Arizona Democrat was eager to stand with one their party's most polarizing figures.
10 must-see small towns in Arizona
Though it's not exactly a city, Greer has an unmistakable appeal unmatched by many towns and cities in Arizona. This census-designated place in Apache County has the distinction of being one of the highest U.S. cities with an altitude of more than 8,000 feet. Greer makes for a relaxing destination w
Tuba City netters earn No. 2 seed in 3A state bracket
Phoenix Northwest Christian took the No. 3 seed (32-6) ahead of Blue Ridge, AZ College Prep, Fountain Hills, Tanque Verde and Monument Valley. The top 8 teams received a bye.
The truth behind Apache County spending
The article states he reviewed county spending the documentation “seemed inconsistent” to justify the spending. However, these same documents are audited yearly to test for sufficiency under the direction of the Auditor General’s Office with no issues. The reporter never once asked the Apache County
Active-shooter training heightens awareness for Diné College students, staffers
Buy Photo(Photo: Noel Lyn Smith/The Daily Times)Story HighlightsApproximately 25 students and staff members from Shiprock and Tsaile attended the session at the college's south campus in Shiprock.The all-day training consisted of presentations, programs on self-defense techniques and first aid, and
Group walks miles to remember missing Native American women
John Tsosie, co-founder of Walking the Healing Path, left, and Gary Mike, father of Ashlynne Mike, walk along Navajo Route 13 in Red Valley, Ariz. on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. Community members are walking from Window Rock, Ariz., to Shiprock, N.M., to raise awareness about the issue of murdered and
Sand Devils Volleyball Takes Second Place In The 3A North Tournament
Sand Devils Volleyball took on Window Rock in the first game of the tournament. During the regular season against the Fighting Scouts, the Sand Devils won every match only losing one set. On Saturday the Sand Devils came out strong against the Fighting Scouts strong with a 25-17 win in the first set
The Cursed Letters of Arizona’s Secret Slave Plantation
Yet at the heart of the institutions designed to debunk such legends, Arizona’s three great public universities, the letters are treated with deadly seriousness — so much so that finding them is deliberately the most difficult task in the state’s academia. The next hardest is finding a copy of Dr. F
Severly injured woman survives six days in Arizona desert, after car crash
Survival of the fittest, as goes the saying based on Darwinian evolutionary theory, proved itself yet again as a 53-year-old woman survived six days in the Arizona desert on grass and water after crashing her car.
GOP campaigns asked Trump to steer clear of Nevada and Arizona
President Trump speaks at a campaign rally Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Mesa, Arizona.President Trump speaks at a campaign rally Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Mesa, Arizona.(AP Photo/Matt York)
Two Arizona Police Officers Wounded
Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir said that after the officers entered the home, a woman's boyfriend shot at them, striking one once in the upper body. The other police officer was struck three times.
Where the Arizona Senate Candidates Stand on Faith and Their State's Border with Mexico
PHOENIX, Arizona – The Arizona Senate race is neck and neck, with congresswomen Martha McSally and Krysten Sinema each hoping to become the first female senator to represent the state in Washington, DC."It's pretty extraordinary to think about that here we are in 2018 and Arizona hasn't had a female