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Ninety-five years later, silent film resurfaces showing real Native life

Ranchers get refresher on sheep care

The Native flute is not an unfamiliar sound to the Navajo Nation, but Vince Redhouse is hoping to surprise listeners with his new album “Appear to Be.”

A police unit lead the way on Saturday afternoon for a handful of runners participating in the annual “Guardians of the Flame” Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Arizona (SOAZ), which started earlier in the day in Window Rock with five bicycle riders.

While Larry King, a former uranium miner-turned activist, recounted the 1979 Church Rock uranium spill through a megaphone last week, Japanese anti-nuclear activists listened intently.

The old photographs show two men, adorned in turquoise and wearing traditional Navajo outfits, letting their horses drink on one side while a woman weaves and a family poses outside their hogan on the other.

She went from watching the crowning to being crowned. Cheyenne Brady has dreamed of being Miss Indian World since she was young, and her dream came true last Saturday night.

For most, conferences are a way to get the resources they need, but for Juanita Williams they’re a positive outlet that helps her continue to stay clean.

Former presidential candidate Christopher Clark Deschene voted in Tuesday’s general election.

When people think about a fashion designer’s studio, a wide-open space covered in fabric and mannequins might come to mind.