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Arts People

Freeland debuts latest film at Sundance

After a brilliant run by her first feature-length film, Drunktown’s Finest in 2014, she returns to debut her most recent work, Deidra & Laney Rob A Train.


Morning star

Navajo anchors the morning news at KOB


Sandoval County showcases New Mexico’s Native vets

Richard Antone, Tommy Otero, Preston Toledo and Frank Willetto are among many Diné military service veterans featured in an expansive photo exhibit permanently installed in the atrium of the Sandoval County administration building.


Back in the trenches

Former NAJA president, professor, remembers humble beginnings


Family band dedicates heartfelt song to slain Navajo girl

Rippy Williams and his two daughters, Lily and Lola vow to never go to bed mad or angry at each other.

Community People

Still true blue at 102

Sergeant Sophie B. Yazzie remembers looking into becoming a Navajo Code Talker while looking for a job as a cook in the Window Rock area.


‘The Emma Knock’

Retiring policewoman reflects on long, harrowing career


NTU confers first master’s degree in Diné culture, language

Forty-one-year-old Perry James made history on May 13 when he received the first-ever master’s degree conferred by Navajo Technical University.


Tesuque Pueblo, Shiprock teams clean up at PNM solar car race

The Oklahoma Thunders from the Tesuque Pueblo Te Tsu Geh Oweenge elementary placed first for speed at the 22nd annual PNM Solar Car Races held on May 6 at the Explora Museum.


Author shares story of the harsh treatment of Navajos during Long Walk

Gary Nez knows the history of the Long Walk and what the devastation of the forced removal did to his Navajo people, yet he left a recent lecture with vivid details he didn’t know.