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After months of preparation for only a two-day competition, six contestants for the 2015 Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Queen anticipation came to an end Saturday night.

To celebrate culture and tradition at Ééhániih Day, Julia Fatt from Paiute Mesa, Ariz. rides her horse in the mini parade of elderly every year.

Why have plain white sneakers when you could have an image of Shiprock or the Navajo Nation seal on them?

After much anticipation from the music community, the Juggernaut Music has finally re-opened its doors.

At hotels, we are often greeted by the same boring artwork, but Navajo artist Randy L. Barton got to change that for two hotels in New Mexico.

Tsídii To’ii elderly marked four years of gratitude for their senior center on July 23.

Miss Navajo Nation is the most coveted title on Navajo. It can also be considered one of the toughest to attain.

Rather than reading a book to learn about art, several community members came out to the Steamboat Chapter House last week to listen to
various art lectures from local artists.

Navajo Nation Band returns to entertain Ééhániih Day festivities

With Ééhániih Day this weekend on the Arizona side, the committee is busy putting the final touches on the 50th annual celebration, during which attendees will see the Navajo Nation band perform and march in the time-honored, mini parade of elders.

Children learn old-timey Navajo game