Malihini. That’s the word 10-year-old Kelvin Winney will always remember.New clinic expands health care in New Lands
Walking into the Nahata ’Dziil Health Center gives you a completely different feel than what it was nearly two years ago – a warehouse.9 seek Nez’ seat on tribal council
Nine hats are in the ring for the Navajo Nation Council seat vacated by Jonathan Nez when he was elected vice president, representing one of the most sparsely populated and far-flung areas of the reservation.History surfacing
Newly digitized records reveal the Carlisle experience
It’s a question that seems to come up every few years – why doesn’t the Navajo Nation share some of its wealth with its members like other tribes do?
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When asked what will help them make good on the outside, three tribal members serving time in New Mexico prisons didn’t hesitate to answer.
Coke can flowers in a vase of aluminum tabs was only one of the many creations on display during Navajo Technical University’s, or NTU, Recycling Contest.
Two libraries on the Navajo Nation will be able to update their collections this summer.
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye continues to bypass the good ol’ boy network and appoint Navajos with solid backgrounds from off the reservation.
Graduations are over and summer break is here, then back-to-school for the next young eager minds.
When people think of Navajo jewelry they often associate it with squash blossom necklaces or turquoise rings.