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GRANTS, N.M. A six-hour session set aside for sweat lodge once a week at the New Mexico Women’s Correctional Facility

Hubbell continues a legacy that started before the NPS

John Pinto can now list a lifetime achievement award among the many honors he has received.

When Larry Joe, 63, looked down the barrel of his magnum at a treed cougar in Sanostee Canyon, he didn’t know the hunt was far from over.

As Marcarlo Roanhorse, 23, instructed a class of 14 people at the Ganado Fire District station on Jan. 4, he gave specific instructions, like which way to look as they learned rescue breathing on CPR dummies.

Navajo Times writers and photographers throughout this year ventured out to discover and convey the reality of brilliant and resilient individuals who are preserving the Diné culture and the Diné language in their own unique way.

Steamboat Christmas celebration a time of reflection, bonding

Undaunted by a chilly evening, families bundled up and lined Main Street for “a magical night in Tónaneesdizí.”

Diné children, Navajo Ministries to act out its own Christmas story

The smell of curry wafted through the Diné College cafeteria Dec. 2 as chef Franco Lee whipped up a taste of Indian cuisine.