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Last year’s champ out in Round 1; former champs pronounce

For LaBelle LaFrance, a student at Ganado Middle School, the school science fair was a foray into her potential career.

While the Scripps National Spelling Bee is only for fourth- through eight-graders, Chinle Diné Youth has for years held a bee for the lower grades, just for fun and to help them be more prepared for the real bee when they age into it.

Even though the Udall Scholarship award has been raised from $5,000 to $7,000, the true value of the scholarship lies in the network of alumni.

Kelkiyana Yazzie, an Environmental Studies major at Fort Lewis College, is not waiting for her degree to be in hand to spark change.

The sixth grade students at the Tsehootsooi Intermediate Learning Center on Tuesday were dealing with a serious issue – the Incredible Hulk or Iron Man?

WINDOW ROCK The Navajo Utah Commission is joining as plaintiffs in a suit against San Juan County (Utah), while also

The massive red sandstone formations surrounding the new Catherine A. Miller Elementary School evoke the beauty of the southwest.

Diné grad student wants to tailor electric grid to community

It was a very special day Thursday for Manson Mesa High School, the new school in the Page Unified School District.