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‘Vistas & Visions of the Colorado Plateau’ exhibit opens

Ron Larson says he’s really attracted to the colors of the Colorado Plateau.

People

Students raise $2,075 to benefit Pennies for Patients program

Coins poured out of boxes and clinked as they hit the tables in Joyce Tsinajinnie’s third grade classroom.

People

Tip a Royal gives voice to students in Special Olympics

Medals made tiny clinking sounds as Miss Ramah Navajo walked. Attached to the end of her sash belt were two of her brother’s Special Olympic medals.

People

Chef earns Big of the Year award for mentoring

From cooking to mentoring, Paige Martinez is making a mark in her young life.

Community

Border town violence: Who is to blame?

City leaders came under severe criticism on Jan. 28 as community members gathered together to voice their concerns about the border town.

People

KTNN broadcasts Pro Bowl in Diné language

The temperature was a balmy 73 degrees at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

Basketball Community

Coach couple immortalized in ‘Nash Center’

They’re titans of Native sports history with sportsmanship and flair when they were on the court, making their mark among those considered star quality.

Community

St. Michael sixth-grader raising money to volunteer in Canada

Brayden Watchman has his heart set on going to Canada and he is asking for your help.

Arts & Entertainment

Film debuts a new genre: Native sci-fi

Not only will you see new faces in Travis Hamilton’s new film “Legends from the Sky” but a whole new genre.

Music

R. Carlos Nakai’s ‘Canyon Trilogy’ earns platinum status

If R. Carlos Nakai, 67, got a dollar for each unit sold of his 1989 album “Canyon Trilogy” since its release, he would be a millionaire.