Professional orchestra wows Chinle, Many Farms students

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Music

Professional orchestra wows Chinle, Many Farms students

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.

Education

600 youth attend Native American College Day

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.

News

State Rep. Hale arrested for DWI

Former Navajo Nation President Albert Hale is facing driving while intoxicated charges.

Basketball

Gallup girls defeat Shiprock to start season

The Gallup Lady Bengals are ready to show that they are the team to beat in District 1-5A and in the area.

Football

Missing key players, LA falls to Estancia in quarterfinals

It was out of character for the Laguna-Acoma Hawks to start throwing the ball.

Election 2014

Hopefuls prepare for transition to new leadership

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.

Baseball

Littleman brothers take their knowledge to baseball camp

Two prominent young baseball players and a pair of veteran coaches provided instruction to area youth at a two-day baseball camp, sponsored by Naa’Taanii Baseball Club.

Basketball

Chinle competing in Hoophall West Classic

The Chinle Wildcats have their hands full with this year’s Hoophall West Classic.

Track & Field

Local athlete beats her Ironman Ariz. time

When Caroline Sekaquaptewa began training for the grueling 2014 Ironman Arizona last May, her main goal was to beat her time from two years ago.

Election 2014

OHA clears Begaye to run for president

Russell Begaye is qualified to run for Navajo Nation president.