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A passion that started in New Mexico led Navajo sushi chef Melissa Chavez-Min, 32, to the East Coast, where she now runs a sushi franchise.

After over 20 years of not being able to host the UNITY Earth Ambassadors Leadership Program due to the lack of funding, the United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. is proud to announce its new lineup of earth ambassadors.

Kawano exhibit traces history through photos

Serving rural and tribal communities and representing them at the state legislature is paying major dividends for Arizona Sen. Carlyle Begay, District 7.

Malihini. That’s the word 10-year-old Kelvin Winney will always remember.

There was just a hint of “Judge Judy” Sheidlin’s trademark scolding as she addressed the Shiprock High School Class of 2015 Thursday. Instead, the sternest judge on television was warm, self-deprecating and surprisingly relatable for a bilagáana from a big city clear across the country.

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

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

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.

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