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Diné College is hosting the 50th anniversary scholarship gala and student fundraiser Sept. 22 in Scottsdale, Arizona, to help students with financial needs.

The Navajo Nation Council’s Health, Education and Human Services Committee on Monday unanimously voted to retrocede the Borrego Pass Community School to the U.S. Bureau of Education Monday after learning the remote grant school with fewer than 130 students is $1.9 million in debt.

The Indian Child Welfare Act outlawed non-Indian foster and adoptive placements and created a process to transfer cases to tribal courts. Diné children were coming home and Navajo Community College, now known as Diné College, played a part.

St. Michael Indian School announced July 30 Tazbah Shortey was appointed as principal of St. Michael Indian School — the first Navajo Catholic to hold the position in the school’s history.

Three more Alamo Navajo School Board members are on the verge of being removed.

Trying to ensure that Navajo Head Start’s legal woes won’t affect the coming school year, the Navajo Nation Council voted to allocate the program $6.3 million from the Unreserved, Undesignated Fund during the second day of the summer session.

It wouldn’t be a surprise if in a decade Neviayah Yellowhair, of Blue Gap, Arizona, is wearing a white lab coat in a laboratory or designing a building.

CCC students learn apartment maintenance skills

The instructors at a makeshift school operate inside a lofted barn cabin in southwestern Navajo, helping every child enrolled develop skills that will benefit them in the future.

Diné College on May 20 was selected to participate in a federal study about factors that cause the spread of violent crime in the United States, according to a news release from the college.