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Navajo Nation Speaker LoRenzo Bates signed legislation providing $150 million for water infrastructure development, economic development and agricultural projects.

Walk like MADD

Walk like MADD

  April 28, 2016

Arts & Entertainment

Runway models with rockabilly hairstyles and some with Bettie Page styled bangs modeled clothes that communicated subdued elegance and soigné ease.

On a clear, sunny day in Arizona, Edward Franklin said a reading of 1,100 watts per meter on a pyranometer, which measures radiation from the sun and its marginal periphery, is what one would want to see.

Jennifer Gorman’s struggles with sexual identity and college depression pushed at the edge of her mind for their chance to come into the world.

Workshop teaches youth to play instruments using their hands … and hearts

Telling our story

Telling our story

  January 28, 2016
Good and raw

Good and raw

  December 17, 2015
Beating injustice

Beating injustice

  November 25, 2015

If a student has 26 credits at a school where 22 credits are needed to graduate, should the school graduate the student early?

Opinion

The Native American Education Opportunity Act, introduced by Senator John McCain and supported by State Senator Carlyle Begay, is philosophically un-viable.

Business

Just in time for Sovereignty Day, Navajo Tribal Utility Authority broke ground on a project that will help the Navajo Nation transition from consumer to producer of electrical power.