For some it was the place of their birth, for others a place where they had children, and for others a workplace of over 30 years. By the end of the month, the old Fort Defiance Indian Hospital will be gone.
The lack of food sovereignty on Navajo Nation creates a big problem, but on May 20 students at Tsehootsooi Middle School contributed their little part as they built what organizers called “lasagna beds” to grow food crops.
Did you know there’s a cougar buried under a tree at the Navajo Zoo? Did you know she could be seen popping her head out the window of a moving car like a Labrador in the 70s?
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.
GRANTS, N.M. A six-hour session set aside for sweat lodge once a week at the New Mexico Women’s Correctional Facility in Grants gives Native American women a reprieve of spiritual
John Pinto can now list a lifetime achievement award among the many honors he has received.