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‘Heroes without capes’

Navajo Transit enduring many problems with funding


Diné day camp: off the couch and into culture

On a nice sunny day, the Tséhootsooí Medical Center hosted the 2nd Annual Navajo Youth Culture Day Camp to get kids off their couches this summer.


A strong image

Diné filmmaker appears on large screen in U2 show


Youth conferences aim to give kids tools

The Ashinéé Shiyázhí Youth Conference will take place from July 10 -21 in 10 chapters — five in Arizona and five in New Mexico — and will be hosted by the Diné Relief Initiative.


Abandoned houses in Fort Defiance create eyesore, danger

Driving on Black Creek Drive in Fort Defiance abandoned houses covered in graffiti, with broken windows, some roofs collapsed and broken glass everywhere, come into view.

Arts People

A life like art

Diné actress Geraldine Keams loves her profession


ZooFest marks 10th anniversary with family events

The Navajo Nation Zoo was filled with many guests as the 10th Annual Navajo Nation ZooFest marked off the 40th anniversary of the zoo itself.


Auditions set for movie at Dilkon

Swiss director Frederic Choffat is looking to cast Native American actors in an upcoming film to be shot on the Navajo Nation.


Inmates, officials decry aging police building

According to the Navajo Nation Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Facilities Maintenance Department, the Window Rock Police Department building is old and unsafe.


Wavves’ indie-rock hits Santa Fe

On a fine, calm Santa Fe evening, indie-alternative rock music took over the Santa Fe Plaza.