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Rock Point festival draws school from across state line

VIDEO! Rock Point Community School’s annual Diné Song & Dance Festival has become a tradition for schools and families.

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‘Weaver’s Trail’

In 1948, Charles and Grace Herring, the old Toadlena Trading Post owners, decided that they wanted to take a week’s vacation. They left Elijah Blair in command of their store.

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New Miss Western to encourage parents to teach culture

Four young women competed on Oct. 11 as LeChee Chapter presented the 2015-14 Miss Western Navajo pageant.

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Four Diné women vying for Miss Western Navajo title

Four young women will compete for the Miss Western Navajo title at the LeChee Chapter tomorrow.

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Hwéeldi at 150

Is it possible for the cellphone generation to truly appreciate the privations of their ancestors? Should they have to?

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Ách’ii’-maker wins crown

Nothing proves you’re a Navajo princess like sheep intestines.

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‘Old paper,’ other examples of Native-U.S. treaties, on display

WASHINGTON – The corridors of the National Museum of the American Indian echo with the voices of the past. On the fourth floor of the museum, which is part of

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Slideshow: 68th Annual Navajo Nation Fair

View a slideshow of the 68th Annual Navajo Nation Fair held in Window Rock on Sept. 4-7, 2014:

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The value of kinship

New Miss Navajo Nation fulfills the requirement of culture

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Contestants struggle with tough parts of Miss Navajo pageant

One of the toughest components of the Miss Navajo Nation pageant is the sheep butchering and frybread-making contests, which officially launched the 2014-15 competition Wednesday morning. The butchering is typically