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Mom turns to breakfast burritos to raise money for Head Start

Chevonne Little, 25, only knows one way to make an impact on youth and their education: To get involved and stay involved.


A brand of modern country

Country Alibi building fan base played ‘what people want to hear’


Impact of Peshlakai sisters continues

Annual Angels vs. Drunk Drivers Bike Run set for June 17


The guy who runs

Ultramarathoner joins To’hajiilee’s community health event


Military Roll Call: Diné promoted to 1st sergeant

Denetclaw is with Bravo Company of the 31st Combat Support Hospital, known as the Blackwolves. Her clans are Totsohnii, Kinlichíinii, Tl’aaschi’i and ’Ashiihi.


Ty Segall invades Duke City with garage rock

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


Looking out for little ones

Family services staff is a small army fighting for children


A fighting spirit

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


An inspiration for youth

Grandma Thomas walked 80 miles each year to raise funds for youth complex


Harnessing woman power

Navajo Women’s Commission takes on full slate for 2017