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Shutdown a show of Trump's lack of leadership

Federally employed Indian Health Service workers, such as ones in Chinle, Whiteriver and Phoenix, not involved in direct patient care, have been furloughed. They are at home, not getting paid. Those involved in direct patient care, are mandated to work without pay. Border Patrol Agents are also work

ARIZONA DAILY SUN

Chinle shows No. 1 status in win over Wingate

The telltale signs of being the No.1 ranked team started to show in the second quarter. It took some time for the Chinle boys’ basketball team to get going on Tuesday night, but on the strength of their defense the Wildcats beat Wingate 53-34 in a rare interstate basketball game.

NAVAJO TIMES

Chinle nursing home renamed Dr. Guy Norman Sr. Care Home

CHINLE, Ariz. — On Dec. 27, Council Delegate Nelson S. BeGaye attended a dedication ceremony for the new Chinle nursing home facility, also known as the Dr. Guy Gorman, Sr. Care Home, in Chinle, Arizona.

NHONEWS.COM

Holbrook girls win top-tier bracket at Chandler Prep

The Holbrook Lady Roadrunners proved their worth by winning the Diamond bracket at the 80-team Chandler Prep New Year’s Classic last week. Against some of the top teams in the state, Holbrook went 4-0 during the three-day tournament by posting wins over Phoenix St. Mary’s, Buckeye, Chinle and Tucson

NAVAJO TIMES

Video: Tanker Spills 'River of Chocolate' After Flipping on Arizona Highway

For many people, the prospect of coming across a river of chocolate might seem the stuff dreams are made of. Rescuers in Arizona, however, faced a bittersweet situation on Monday, when approximately 40,000 pounds of liquid chocolate spilled onto the road after a truck rolled over.

NEWSWEEK

50 Years Ago: Chinle students stage first sit-down protest

Taking a page out of the Black Civil Rights Movement, students at Chinle High staged the first sit-down protest on the Navajo Reservation. The date was Dec. 19, 1968, and the issue that caused the entire student body to be involved was the school’s annual Christmas party. The party, which was to be

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