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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.

For the past year, young Navajos have been learning more about their culture by drinking a cup of coffee each morning.

Dozens of colorful hot-air balloons of all shapes and sizes from across the region will be lifting off next weekend for the start of the 6th annual Monument Valley Balloon Event.

In new tradition, colossal conifer hauled to Western Navajo

It was something the leaders here had discussed and planned for a long time, and on Monday their ideas came to fruition as they celebrated the grand opening of Kaibeto Creek Independent Living Center.

When you don a pair of moccasins, you are doing more than putting on footwear.

The miniature lions gravely growling over the weekend had to be held back by their collars as they looked as though they wanted to fight the other animals invading their turf.