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Diné one of 11 honored as White House ‘Champion of Change’

A Navajo woman was honored at the White House earlier this week for her part as a “Champion of Change” in southern Arizona communities.


Letters: IRMP is tribes’ defense against refugees

An article appearing under Real News Right Now addressing Obama administration to relocate 250,000 Syrian refugees on the Standing Rock Sioux and Navajo Nations has set those having access to


Obituary for Sept. 24, 2015

Anthony Alfred Sorrell TSE BONITO, N.M. — Funeral services for Anthony Alfred Sorrell, 34, of Navajo, N.M., were held Sept. 18 at the Community Bible Church in Tse Bonito, N.M.,


Diné College unveils new housing, renovated SUB

Diné College Friday gave visitors a sneak peek at the recently renovated student union building and a tour of the new family student housing at a grand opening Friday, although the SUB is not yet officially open to the public.


Back to their roots

Project re-introduces Diné family to farming

Guest Essay

Publisher’s Column: Suicide prevention is everyone’s business

Across the United States and throughout Indian Country, the month of September is National Suicide Prevention Month.


Going nuts

Diné take advantage of bumper piñon crop


$620.3M approved for fiscal 2016

The Navajo Nation Council on Tuesday adopted a $620.3 million spending package for fiscal year 2016.


Ramah Chapter wins huge victory with proposed $940 million settlement

The Obama Administration has agreed to pay nearly $1 billion to hundreds of tribes to settle a decades-old claim that the government failed to adequately compensate tribes while they managed federal services.


Tax money funds repair of 10 families in former Bennett Freeze

For nearly a decade, Arabella Cook applied for housing discretionary funds to renovate a section of her home. And for nearly a decade, she was told that there weren’t any funds.