‘His heart was in it;’ Reporter covered Navajo for 5 decades
This photo provided by George Joe shows Bill Donovan in Gallup, New Mexico, on Feb. 18, 2018. Donovan, a reporter who covered the Navajo Nation for five decades, died Saturday, July 30, 2022, in the Los Angeles area, his daughter said. (George Joe via AP)
Felicia Fonseca | The Associated Press
Bill Donovan, a prolific journalist who covered the Navajo Nation for five decades at newspapers in New Mexico and Arizona, has died. He was 76.
Donovan recently was hospitalized with pneumonia and died Saturday night at his home in Torrance, California, surrounded by loved ones, said his daughter, Kelly Cunningham.