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Navajos have always been known as a warrior tribe. But a true Diné, says Navajo cultural expert James Peshlakai, should be a very reluctant warrior.

Diné take advantage of bumper piñon crop

To celebrate culture and tradition at Ééhániih Day, Julia Fatt from Paiute Mesa, Ariz. rides her horse in the mini parade of elderly every year.

Dreams typically guide how Susan Hudson, 56, creates her ledger quilts— a contemporary art for which she’s becoming famous for at prestigious shows.

The root of Navajo teachings is passed on from generation to generation, and that is what master weaver Roy Kady intends on doing.

Wes Studi, master weavers make appearance at 10th Saddle Up! exhibit

Ten minutes. That’s how long it took for sisters Regina Tsosie, 43, and Rena Billie, 41, to shear one sheep.

Steamboat native selected for lead role in ‘Finding Nemo’

Newly digitized records reveal the Carlisle experience

Ranchers get refresher on sheep care