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The Dineh Tah Dancers succeeded in their mission of sharing the story of the Treaty of 1868 at two significant historic sites earlier this month, their leader reported.

The newest members of the Arizona Wing Civil Air Patrol are learning the U.S. Army’s seven core values and learning to live them in everything they do – whether they are in school or doing household chores.

Armed with a lightsaber and moccasins, Dezbah Evans is trying to change the narrative.

Sihasin is a Navajo band thinking with hope and reassurance.

Trading posts were such a fact of life for so many years in the Four Corners that many of us haven’t thought about how unique this system of commerce really was.

Youthful success is a double-edged sword. Sometimes, you were just the right person in the right place at the right time, covered with this big dollop of charming naiveté you’ll never have again, and suddenly everybody has impossible expectations.

In Southwestern Navajo, Easter means k’e

Kids at Ganado Intermediate swarm field in Easter egg hunt

Kayenta’s community garden is open for business, but so far has no takers

Around these parts, it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t know this year marks the 150th anniversary of the Treaty of 1868.