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Piestewa memorial honors all fallen military

A table set for five was placed in front of the fallen soldier’s family – the Gold Star family. The table would be kept empty throughout the night in remembrance of the fallen soldiers representing each service: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard.


For one artist, hip-hop is a way to transcend oppression

Growing up on the Navajo Nation can have its challenges. The area is very rural and in many places there isn’t much to do.


‘Creating something new’

The garden expo on March 12 was an oasis for people ready to venture out and to dig their hands in the dirt. Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp.’ s Health Promotion Diabetes Prevention Center celebrated this year the latest trends in gardening, landscaping and edibles, and attracted hundreds of people across Northwestern Navajo.


Diné business owner earns NCAIED volunteer award

Mabel Tsosie, president and founder of Spottedhorse Infosystems LLC, was given the 2015 Volunteer of the Year award during the National Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas.


Better living through dance

The kids of Asta Biyaazh Community School brought the power of Broadway to their little school as they danced their hearts out for their “Broadway Bound” performance this past Friday.


Filmmaker finds new way to explore culture

It begins with two brothers on the hunt for a wolf that’s been menacing the ranch and leads to a journey for the affection of their father and an unbreakable brotherly bond.


NTU celebrates ACF accreditation

As people sat down at tables covered with white linen, students from Navajo Technical University hustled and bustled in the kitchen.


Tribute or theft?

Some Natives shocked at Fashion Week designs


Diné gather in Waashindoon for shoe game, string games and storytelling

Nine stories up, in a posh office building on Capitol Hill, the chill was replaced by the warmth of home.


Youth learn to play, tune guitars at music workshop

Sounds from beginning guitar players clashed with those of the more experienced during the Native American Music Fund Teens for Music workshop at the Navajo Nation Museum on Saturday.