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Chinle grads sent off with youth summit

High school graduation is a happy time, but it’s also a time when teens are at their most vulnerable.

People Sports

Native finds niche in swimming

When Virginia Snake-Bumann “Tiny Snake” makes her way through water during a swim meet, the cheers start to ring out.


‘Representing my people’

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.

Election 2014 People

Deschene voted, but not for president

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


Page names its first Navajo woman sergeant

PAGE, Ariz. It was while attending Arizona State University that Marietta Ann Lange did ride-alongs with different police departments. She found the work so enjoyable that she changed her course


$10K Dreamstarter grant to help fund N.M. trainer’s fitness program

Rashaun Nez’s dream is for a healthier Navajo Nation, and the $10,000 Dreamstarter grant he is receiving will go a long way to help fund that dream.


‘We work as a team’

Kite-making project promotes parent-child interaction at KDLO


Piestewa memorial honors all fallen military

A table set for five was placed in front of the fallen soldier’s family – the Gold Star family. The table would be kept empty throughout the night in remembrance of the fallen soldiers representing each service: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard.


Diné business owner earns NCAIED volunteer award

Mabel Tsosie, president and founder of Spottedhorse Infosystems LLC, was given the 2015 Volunteer of the Year award during the National Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas.


Filmmaker finds new way to explore culture

It begins with two brothers on the hunt for a wolf that’s been menacing the ranch and leads to a journey for the affection of their father and an unbreakable brotherly bond.