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Telling our story

Artists share anti-mining message ‘through song and music’


‘The power of oral traditions’

Diné uses family teachings, upbringing to inspire youth


The few and the proud

11 sworn in as full-time Navajo Nation firefighters


Letters: Declare Gold King Mine a Superfund site

Seeing the Gold King Mine Aug. 6, 2015, the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, and the day after the Gold King Mine above Silverton, Colo., spewed a build up of toxic mining waters into the southwestern watershed


Applications being accepted for Udall Scholarship

Even though the Udall Scholarship award has been raised from $5,000 to $7,000, the true value of the scholarship lies in the network of alumni.


Bloomfield boys top Shiprock in district play

Over a month ago, the Bloomfield Bobcats were on the brink of another familiar season.

Track & Field

Ganado’s Haven named cross-country All-American

Ganado’s Daangoiina Haven’s success in cross-country, high grade point average, and service to the community has earned the Lady Hornet senior Dairy Council of Arizona All-American honors.


Family, friends, dignitaries honor Code Talker Alfred Peaches

The people milled about the room in the First Presbyterian Church of Leupp Jan. 23, shaking hands and hugging one another. The Ira Hays American Legion Post 84 from Sacaton, Ariz., stood at attention.


Gorman fitting into Valley Christian’s scheme

Since arriving to Valley Christian last year, Anna Gorman had to make some adjustments on how she approached her game.


PRCA ropers, rider to be honored

Four of the biggest rodeo icons in Navajo country will be honored with an appreciation dinner at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort on Saturday night.