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Navajo delegation experiences Russian culture

Like the Diné in the United States, the Sakha in the Russian Federation are known by another name to their fellow citizens.


Navajo comedian aims at local politics

A Navajo comedian from Gallup has been attending local government and school board meetings, because he hopes to bring the power of satire to bear in local politics.


Community commemorates one-year passing of Officer Yazzie

The aftermath of last year’s deadly manhunt still resonates for the family of the late Navajo Police Officer Alex Kee Yazzie.

People Politics

First Native woman appointed to head Division of Economic Development

Back in May, shortly after he took office, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye said he wasn’t going to make any hasty decisions when it came to the appointment of his director for economic development.

Business People

Pax Harvey Consulting can now be found at Innovation Center

Known for his ability to facilitate fun, Pax Harvey decompresses at the gym with squats, likely on the least fun list for gym-goers.


Diné named a Champion of Change

Sam Slater calls two places home.

News People

At 101, family matriarch continues to be a proud veteran

At the age of 101, Sophie Yazzie continues to do things she feels are important, which is why she was in Sacaton, Ariz. over the weekend helping to commemorate the raising of the flag over Iwo Jima during World War II.


Couples celebrate decades of love

Love was in the air, or at least it was at the senior center this Valentine’s Day.


Founder: Calendar to spread importance of fitness across Indian Country

A calendar featuring 12 Native Americans across Indian Country and the First Nations in Canada will be released in the next few weeks.


Family, friends, dignitaries honor Code Talker Alfred Peaches

The people milled about the room in the First Presbyterian Church of Leupp Jan. 23, shaking hands and hugging one another. The Ira Hays American Legion Post 84 from Sacaton, Ariz., stood at attention.