For more than seven decades, George Clinton’s family never knew what happened to him during or after World War II.Challenge to Begaye’s candidacy still at OHA
The candidacy of Russell Begaye for president was still up in the air Wednesday after a two-day hearing before the Office of Hearings and Appeals.Many Farms grazing official claims Naize seat
Former Council candidate Roland Tso will serve the unexpired term of Johnny Naize, who resigned in Sept. before pleading guilty to bribery.Language fluency override bill fails
The bill that would have over rode Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly’s veto did not pass by a vote of 13-5 on Thursday evening during a special session at the Navajo Nation Council.
If you live on one of the hundreds of dirt roads across the Navajo Nation, you’re probably stocking up for the winter in case your road turns to slippery mush and becomes impassable.
Throughout the season, Ramah’s girls’ volleyball team has looked at the blank spot under the row of championship banners at their high school.
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Four young women competed on Oct. 11 as LeChee Chapter presented the 2015-14 Miss Western Navajo pageant.
ABOVE: Colin Parker from the Omaha Tribe in Nebraska works on his project on Sunday during the Native Youth Summit,
Radmilla Cody sings Shi Nashaa, a traditional Diné song, during the first of four benefit concerts aimed at stopping violence against homeless Native Americans.
It’s the beginning of an era because the newly crowned Miss Northern Navajo, Robyn Barber, is the first royalty to wear the new crown.
One wouldn’t think chucking a box with an egg inside from 30 feet educational, but for students at Diné College’s first Engineering Day it was all in the name of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
The candidacy of Russell Begaye for president was still up in the air Wednesday after a two-day hearing before the Office of Hearings and Appeals.
Who are the fluent Navajo language speakers in the year 2014? Evidently, the land of the code talkers is a
In big cities coffee shops line the streets, but for the Navajo Nation a coffee shop is hard to come by.