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To the sound of Christmas songs echoing off the Window Rock, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye lit the massive Christmas tree during the second annual Navajo Nation Christmas Tree lighting.

People fill trading post book with their stories, memories

Jean Whitehorse had often heard her grandmother beg in the Navajo language for the return of her old name. One day Whitehorse asked the 96-year-old woman what her name had been.

An immigrant’s Christmas spirit spawns a jolly town event

Female silversmith makes elegant jewelry to accentuate wearer

In July 1979, more than 1,000 tons of solid radioactive mill waste and 93 million gallons of acidic, radioactive tailings solution flowed into the Puerco River from the United Nuclear Corporation in Church Rock, New Mexico.

Navajo actor Forrest Goodluck never expected that the film industry would be a big part of his life.

The 38th Annual Red Rock Balloon Rally didn’t go exactly as planned, but there was still much for visitors and locals to experience in Gallup over the weekend, including the first measurable snowfall of the season.

There are those who might say Dec. 4, 2017, is a date best forgotten. That is the day when, less than a year after it was established, President Donald Trump reduced the size of Bears Ears National Monument by 85 percent.

In these days of polarization, “I feel the largest indigenous group in North America should be leading the way in coming together,” he said. “We should be supporting our people in a holistic way, equipping each other to face life’s challenges.”