Ellsbury powering back from injuryBurbank wins at Eastern Fair, continues hot streak
After hitting the rodeo season hard for a number of years, Robert Burbank knew that he needed some time off.Power to the People
New law allows Diné voters – not the courts – to decide language fluencyChichiltah Code Talker passes
Kee Etsicitty talked a lot.
“He used to say, ‘If you want to make friends, you have to talk to people,’” recalled his only son Kurt, 51. “He had a lot of friends.”
But one word Etsicitty seldom used was “I.”
More than 400 people showed up Friday for the funeral of Navajo Code Talker Kee Etsicitty, who died Tuesday June 21 at the age of 92.
For Ed Miles Harvey, choosing which rodeo event to pursue came down to two things.
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Dreams typically guide how Susan Hudson, 56, creates her ledger quilts— a contemporary art for which she’s becoming famous for at prestigious shows.
His first year at Dartmouth College meant leaving home for the first time and dealing with the passing of his older brother.
What do you get when you let students plan something on their own? A whole lot of success.
Aside from signing the “One Voice, One Nation” agreement, Speaker LoRenzo Bates’ report to the Navajo Nation Council on Monday also highlighted the work and progress of the tribal legislature.
This is a response to the article written in the Navajo Times by Leonard L. Tsosie regarding Dilkon Youth Services. We, as the kids of Dilkon community, have come to share our response to the article and say our thoughts about it.
… when will the federal government follow through with promises made in the early 1970s to complete the project?