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‘We work as a team’

Kite-making project promotes parent-child interaction at KDLO

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Shiprock students host prom dress drive

Prom is an exciting time for many high school students but there are some out there who simply cannot afford all that goes into preparing for high school prom.

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Army commander instills ‘hozho’ into soldiers

The Navajo word “hozho” is often heard in political, medical or spiritual settings.

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Diné actor among Elle’s ‘Most Eligible’

It’s hard to get a big head when you have Navajo friends to take you down a notch, Jeremiah Bitsui discovered.

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Confidence, preparation key to winning at Western Navajo spelling bee

More than 100 spelling bee contenders from across Western Navajo competed last Thursday for spots of moving on to the Navajo Nation Scripps Spelling Bee.

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Students raise $2,075 to benefit Pennies for Patients program

Coins poured out of boxes and clinked as they hit the tables in Joyce Tsinajinnie’s third grade classroom.

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Tip a Royal gives voice to students in Special Olympics

Medals made tiny clinking sounds as Miss Ramah Navajo walked. Attached to the end of her sash belt were two of her brother’s Special Olympic medals.