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To’hajiilee robotics team places 3rd at state competition

After topping a statewide robotics contest, mid-school students here are on their way to a regional competition sponsored by New Mexico State University.


‘Events like this teach us’

ABQ celebrates Indigenous People’s Day at cultural center


‘This is a big deal’

Women’s group rolls out first hall of fame


Finally, despite controversy, Alamo school has a board

Weeks after the April 18 special election, the Navajo Election Administration officially named a four-member board for the Alamo Navajo Community School, one seat off from the full five-member board. 


U.S. senators call for extension of Bears Ears comment deadline

Tick, tock! If you want to add your voice to the debate on continued national monument status for Bears Ears, the time to do it is now!


To’hajiilee shootings result in death of grandfather, granddaughter

April 17, Harry J. Sandoval Sr., 74, of To’hajiilee, New Mexico, engaged in an argument with his 15-year-old granddaughter … The argument resulted in Sandoval shooting his granddaughter and then turning the gun on himself…


Diné student honors family at exhibit, performance

In the 1930s, Angela Ashley, a Diné weaver from Burnt Water, Arizona, lost most of her sheep to the Bureau of Indian Affairs livestock reduction.


Sharing Native art

RezArtX preview rolls out welcome mat for indigenous art experience

Community Culture

Garden at the IPCC yields more than fruits, vegetables

The Resilience Garden on the grounds of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is no ordinary garden. It’s a journey that takes you thousands of years back into the past.


When taking your next drink, think, Water First!

There’s a choice – sugary drinks in ugly containers that put you at risk for chronic diseases, or clear, refreshing water that makes you healthier in a cool cup of your choice.