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A Navajo woman was honored at the White House earlier this week for her part as a “Champion of Change” in southern Arizona communities.

Just because Marlyssa Ann Jim didn’t win the Navajo Nation Fair Princess title last year didn’t mean she could not try again.

Harry J. Woody was a morose widower whose brother started dragging him to the song-and-dance to get him out of the house.

Dempsey credits late mother for successful reign as Miss Navajo

Imagine this: You’re put in a van with two other people you never met before.

The first job he ever had, writing and reporting for the Navajo Times, shaped his life.

After months of preparation for only a two-day competition, six contestants for the 2015 Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Queen anticipation came to an end Saturday night.

Why have plain white sneakers when you could have an image of Shiprock or the Navajo Nation seal on them?

Miss Navajo Nation is the most coveted title on Navajo. It can also be considered one of the toughest to attain.

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.