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Something happened in late November 1964 that would have a profound effect on the lives of every member of the Navajo Tribe at that time and for the future.

Arts & Entertainment

From chord progressions to playing in sync, students from Chinle and Many Farms high schools enhanced their skills as musicians with the help of Philadelphia award-winning ensemble Orchestra 2001.

Native vision and designs

Native vision and designs

November 20, 2014
Making moccasins

Making moccasins

November 13, 2014
Doing the Turkey Trot

Doing the Turkey Trot

November 13, 2014

Jolonzo Goldtooth has gone from modeling to making fashions and now he is preparing to take his designs to a New York City fashion show as a featured designer.

In honor of diabetes month, Tsehootsooi Medical Center’s prevention team is trotting across the Navajo Nation to raise awareness about diabetes with their “Turkey Trot: Take Care of Your Life” event.

Four young women competed on Oct. 11 as LeChee Chapter presented the 2015-14 Miss Western Navajo pageant.

ABOVE: Colin Parker from the Omaha Tribe in Nebraska works on his project on Sunday during the Native Youth Summit,

From chord progressions to playing in sync, students from Chinle and Many Farms high schools enhanced their skills as musicians with the help of Philadelphia award-winning ensemble Orchestra 2001.

It’s the beginning of an era because the newly crowned Miss Northern Navajo, Robyn Barber, is the first royalty to wear the new crown.

Education

More than 600 Native youth and their families, some traveling in buses from as far away as Tuba City, arrived on University of Arizona campus for the second annual Native American College Day.

Politics

Even though there is a lot of uncertainty about the coming election for Navajo Nation president, people are beginning to talk about a transition to the new leadership.

Opinion

I felt like I had just stepped into yesteryear. It was 1975 and I was entering the old Window Rock High School Fieldhouse on a wintery Friday evening and the place was jammed-packed with Fighting Scouts basketball fans. The game tickets were sold out and it was standing room only.

Business

In big cities coffee shops line the streets, but for the Navajo Nation a coffee shop is hard to come by.