AMBER Alert issued for 15-year-old Gallup girl

WINDOW ROCK The New Mexico State Police issued an AMBER Alert for 15-year-old Tanisha Jim. Police say Jim was last seen on Monday after being dropped off by her brother and sister at Ford Canyon Park in Gallup to “hang out” with a male subject. The male may possibly be a Murray

Search for Aneth toddler suspended

GALLUP After three days of searching for Anndine Jones, 4, the Navajo Division of Public Safety has suspended their search to find missing girl. Courtesy photo / Navajo Nation Police Navajo Police is asking the public to help locate Anndine Jones, 4, who went missing on Thursday from her home in

Search for Aneth toddler goes into third day

GALLUP Three days have gone by since Andanndine Jones, 3, went missing in Aneth, Utah. Courtesy photo / Navajo Nation Police Navajo Police is asking the public to help locate Andanndine Jones, 3, who went missing on Thursday from her home in Aneth, Utah. Police describe her as being between 2’- 2’6”

Power to Gold King treatment plant restored

WINDOW ROCK Power to the water treatment plant that treats the wastewater draining from the Gold King Mine has been restored. A Saturday afternoon statement from the EPA said the Interim Water Treatment Plant at the Bonita Peak Superfund site in Gladstone, Colorado, which had been offline since Thursday evening due

Newcomb, SFIS boys go down fighting in state finals

By Sunnie R. Clahchischiligi and Quentin Jodie Navajo Times ALBUQUERQUE The Newcomb High School boy’s basketball team made it under the bright lights of The Pit and battled like they had all season. But their fight wasn’t enough to hold off No. 1 seeded Pecos, who defeated them 58-37 in the New Mexico Class

KC, SFIS and Mescalero Apache fall short in finals

By Sunnie R. Clahchischiligi and Quentin Jodie Navajo Times ALBUQUERQUE The Kirtland Central High School girl’s basketball team was just a few plays short of earning their 20th state title. The No. 1 seeded Lady Broncos fells short No. 2 seed Los Lunas 49-43 in the New Mexico Class 4A high school state championships. Kirtland

Gold King Mine wastewater contaminating the rivers once again

WINDOW ROCK The plant that treats the wastewater that drains from the Gold King Mine has failed. That message was sent to the New Mexico Environment Department on Thursday by the State of Utah. The failure led to a power loss, which was caused by heavy snowfall, wrote Utah officials. Navajo Nation

Braves upend top seed to reach title game

ALBUQUERQUE The fifth time proved to be a charm for the Santa Fe Indian boys’ basketball team. The Braves finally toppled Santa Fe St. Michael’s after five tries, winning 48-35 in the New Mexico Class 3A state semifinals at Dreamstlye Arena, “aka the Pit,” on Friday before a near capacity crowd. The St.

Newcomb plays for final shot – wins – 2A championship next

ALBUQUERQUE Confidence separates the Newcomb High boys’ basketball team from who they were last season. It is also what helped them make history by beating Mesilla Valley Christian 50-48 in the Class 2A state semifinal game. No. 3 seeded Newcomb will play No. 1 Pecos in the championship game tomorrow at Dreamstyle Arena,

School bus transporting 15 students hit by vehicle east of Shiprock

WINDOW ROCK A bus from Shiprock Association Schools Inc. transporting students back to their dorm was involved in an accident on Thursday evening. Richard Edwards, executive director of SASI, said 15 female students were on the bus when the accident happened on U.S Highway 64 in the westbound lane, about two miles