Education

No one can say the Rough Rock High School Class of 2017 got cheated out of their pomp and circumstance on account of there being only three of them.

Politics

The first Native American woman to chair a major state party wants to be the first Native American congresswoman.

Arts & Entertainment

Indie-garage musician Ty Segall performed at the Sister Bar on Monday, May 8, with songs off his new 2017 release “Ty Segall.”

A fighting spirit

A fighting spirit

  May 11, 2017
An inspiration for youth

An inspiration for youth

  May 4, 2017

Harnessing woman power

  May 4, 2017

Diné women are often overlooked in a patriarchal society, but one photographer looks to change that.

Family services staff is a small army fighting for children

Chef Walter Whitewater explained that food can either have great health benefits or be an individual’s worst nightmare, but it all depends on the person.

Indie-garage musician Ty Segall performed at the Sister Bar on Monday, May 8, with songs off his new 2017 release “Ty Segall.”

Mixed martial arts fighter travels the world to compete, spread Diné culture

Opinion

The Gold King Mine continues to release 550 gallons of treated water each minute and the water inside the mine has continued to rise.

Business

While the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino continues to struggle to pay down the $220 million it borrowed from the Navajo Nation to build its casino and resort, Navajo casinos in New Mexico continue to be holding their own…

Breaking the cycle

  May 11, 2017
Coming together

Coming together

  May 4, 2017