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Budding artists win trip to NYC school of art

Maiyah King was just a toddler when she first started drawing with her grandmother.


Flowers and STEM

Overall winners for Navajo Nation Science Fair are both girls


UFOs and more at NN Science Fair

“It flies with no moving parts or no jets,” said Shawndiin McCray about his science fair project.


Which hay is best?

Young scientist’s project wins first place at Navajo Nation Science Fair


Young violinist gets anthem gig

When Amy Mitchell was nine years old her mother, Charlene Mitchell, asked her if there was an instrument that she wanted to learn.


To’hajiilee school wins 4 championships at Eastern bee

“It was hard,” Mythius Domingo said about his win over classmate Kimmora Begay for the championship of the Navajo Nation/Navajo Times Eastern Agency Spelling Bee.


Urban hogan an island of Diné life at Indian Festival

Amid the urban sprawl of the Phoenix metro area stood a small hogan. The door was covered with a brown fleece blanket with a Pendleton design.


GMCS starts new dual-credit high school

For the last few years, the Middle College High School located on the University of New Mexico-Gallup campus has been the premier dual-credit high school in the Gallup-McKinley County School District. All students from Middle College graduate with college credit, and some with an associate degree.


Sun fuels internet, phone, power for family

Like many across the Navajo Nation, the Charley family’s home didn’t have electricity, phone service, internet or running water. That partially changed a few months ago when the family received a solar powered phone line, wi-fi and enough electricity to power the home from Sacred Wind Communications.


Unlikely fashion designer is artist-in-residence at IAIA

Dugi’s designs have seen the runways from New York Style Fashion Week to small shows in New Mexico.