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Navajos getting reacquainted with farmers’ markets

New Miss Ceremonial’s views, outlook reflect activist mother

Community garden focuses on wellness, culture, service

“I kept hearing her voice tell me, ‘You know what to do,’” said Jaclyn Roessel about why she created what would become GrownUp Navajo.

Kids learn what Navajos did before smart phones

Hattie Kauffman talked about individuals who put in the effort to help her at different points in her life, which ultimately inspired her to choose a successful path.

While working at a Doctors Without Borders trauma hospital in the Central African Republic, Dr. Edward Chu saw a lot of things he sees in the emergency room at Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation.

There are, at last count, 37 books about the Navajo Code Talkers if you include novels, children’s stories and a coloring book. The latest, “Voices of Victory: The Navajo Code Talkers” (CRM Books, 2017) is the one for serious Code Talker geeks.

Katrina Lee and Bessie Sandoval have different perspectives on what it means to be a Diné woman.

On a nice sunny day, the Tséhootsooí Medical Center hosted the 2nd Annual Navajo Youth Culture Day Camp to get kids off their couches this summer.