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People fill trading post book with their stories, memories

How do you summarize a century of life? Here’s how Lillian Lincheze Luján did it at her 100th birthday party Saturday: “I traveled. I read. I ate. It’s been a wonderful life.”

For more than five decades, the small city of Barstow, California, was the home of the largest group of Navajo Code Talkers outside of the Navajo Reservation.

An afternoon with ‘Master Roy’

Sheldon Begay is a Navajo warrior and he is creating what could be best described as mass hysteria wherever he appears on the Navajo Reservation. Begay is the Warrior mascot first created almost 50 years ago by officials at then Navajo Community College.

Former Miss Navajo Crystal Littleben held Miss Western Navajo Rainee Style’s hand behind a podium as they stood before a room full of people at the Council Chamber in Window Rock in April.

Two 2018 Chinle High grads attending college in New England were determined to get together and celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day … and while it didn’t turn out the way they had planned, it’s still one for the memory books.

In the middle of a phone interview with former Navajo Times reporter Chee Brossy, he interrupted to ask this reporter if she was walking to her car.

Photographer awarded for life’s work with Navajo Code Talkers

Famliy of 4-H’ers doesn’t mind early hours, caring for animals