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If you were looking for a way to overcome obsessive-compulsive disorder, entering a beauty pageant is probably not the first thing that would come to mind.

View a slideshow of scenes from the 2017 Navajo Nation Fair in Window Rock.

A Diné coloring book created by a Diné woman isn’t just a coloring book – it’s a multimedia resource to learn the Navajo language. And not just that, it’s a sought after resource at a school on the Navajo Nation.

Not even a bus breakdown could stop all 160 students of St Bonaventure School in Thoreau from attending Ashkii Happy’s Kids Day during the 71st Navajo Nation Fair.

“Amásání” (The Grandmother), the short film written, directed, edited and produced by University of Arizona BFA 2017 Film & Television graduate Stacy Howard, has been selected to screen at the 2017 ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Women’s group rolls out first hall of fame

A young woman in her early 20s recently died here as a result of violence. Some are viewing it as a result of the community’s failure to invest in the youth. Now, some say there is a cure.

Diné elders give advice for living long and healthy lives

A video game that actually gets people outside to meet each other and explore their surroundings might not be working the same on the Navajo Nation as it does elsewhere.

“Stand up with the first nations that were here,” Taboo, of The Black Eyed Peas, raps in his song “Stand Up/Stand N Rock.”