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UNM performers bring opera to UNM-Gallup

It’s not everyday one gets to visit the opera, but a few dozen people witnessed the University of New Mexico’s Opera Theatre students perform at UNM-Gallup Monday night.

Health

Officials say rate of HIV may be leveling off

World AIDS Day is every Dec. 1 and in the Navajo Nation it’s no different.

Music

Professional orchestra wows Chinle, Many Farms students

From chord progressions to playing in sync, students from Chinle and Many Farms high schools enhanced their skills as musicians with the help of Philadelphia award-winning ensemble Orchestra 2001.

Arts

Native vision and designs

Jolonzo Goldtooth has gone from modeling to making fashions and now he is preparing to take his designs to a New York City fashion show as a featured designer.

Arts

Making moccasins

With pieces of red and white leather, Rock Point, Ariz. native Damien John led a large crowd last week at Hunters Point Boarding School through the process of making moccasins.

Community

Doing the Turkey Trot

In honor of diabetes month, Tsehootsooi Medical Center’s prevention team is trotting across the Navajo Nation to raise awareness about diabetes with their “Turkey Trot: Take Care of Your Life” event.

Community

Charter school in Navajo gains approval

The second charter school on the New Mexico side of the reservation has been approved by the New Mexico Public Education Commission and is hoping to open its doors next fall, the founders announced this week.

Community

Billy Mills brings emotional, motivational speech to Chinle

It’s been 50 years since Billy Mills won his Olympic gold metal in the 10,000-meter run in Tokyo, Japan in 1964.

Arts & Entertainment

Dawn of the Rez Zombie attracts nearly 40 runners

Their limbs seemed to be in proportion. Their broken skin scarcely covered the intricate work of muscles and arteries beneath. And their grey hair tousled into a straight-out-of-the-grave look was flowing when they ran after human bait.

Music

Concerts raises awareness on border town violence against homeless

Radmilla Cody sings Shi Nashaa, a traditional Diné song, during the first of four benefit concerts aimed at stopping violence against homeless Native Americans.