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‘Everything will teach you’

Medicine man shares animal stories, songs at Navajo Nation Zoo

In new tradition, colossal conifer hauled to Western Navajo

It was something the leaders here had discussed and planned for a long time, and on Monday their ideas came to fruition as they celebrated the grand opening of Kaibeto Creek Independent Living Center.

Nolan Karras James was at the Page Public Library over the weekend to sign copies of the book he illustrated. He also played music from his band’s new album.

When you don a pair of moccasins, you are doing more than putting on footwear.

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.

The empty night sky in the rural spaces between towns and cities isn’t so empty for many Native Americans in the Southwest.

Navajo comic book artist Shamus Beyale worked with a network of friends and artists to put him in the right place at the right time when he got called in for a potential big break into the comic book business.

Two students from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Penn. will be heading to the Navajo Nation to help Scott Smith of Water Defense take water samples from the San Juan River.

The miniature lions gravely growling over the weekend had to be held back by their collars as they looked as though they wanted to fight the other animals invading their turf.