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The Tónaneesdizí Local Government announced last week the winner of the Western Navajo Fair logo contest, in which the winner, a young graphic artist from Bird Springs, Ariz., had no problem impressing the judges.

The first piece of art Juniper Anderson sold at the Santa Fe Indian Market was a page from a coloring book.

Nolan Karras James still remembers dreaming about singing on stage and singing in front of an audience.

NMAI highlights ancient Andean road exhibit

The first job he ever had, writing and reporting for the Navajo Times, shaped his life.

Healthcare may soon be closer than the hospital for the locals and tourists alike here, following the unveiling of Page Hospital’s new mobile health clinic on Aug. 15.

Santa Fe Indian Market is full of Native artists who’ve been perfecting their crafts for years, but there are also those young up-and-coming artists excited to be noticed.

Eat a Helicopter flies on with apocalyptic music

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.