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Chinle chefs nab honors at statewide competition

Four young chefs from Chinle High School’s culinary arts program earned honors at this year’s Careers through Culinary Arts Program in the recent statewide Native Skills competition.

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A ‘revolution’ in education

New Diné College president cites parents, past pioneers

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Students test knowledge, job-finding skills

Sierra Begaye killed it in her interview for a nursing position

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Sophomore robotic talent selected to compete on world stage

St. Michael High School is about to be put on blast, a good blast.

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Times’ CEO visits Hopi High journalism class

Tom Arviso, chief executive officer and publisher of the Navajo Times, spoke to Hopi High School media students about opportunities for youth and press freedoms on March 23 at Hopi High School.

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Applying science

Science fair winners tend toward the practical

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Charter schools: Public schools with focus, flexibility

Dził Ditł’ooí School Of Empowerment, Action And Perseverance, or DEAP School, works to root students in the Diné culture of the Red Lake area, an ambition made possible by its status as a charter school.

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Student finds some bottled water unhealthily acidic

Gregory Hurley’s study shows that snow and at least 14 kinds of bottled water are no safer than tap water.

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Shí, Robot

Students and professors at the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute have developed a voice-operated robot that can be commanded using the Diné language.

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Hive of complicated words doesn’t sting great spellers at Western

Judges say the words in this year’s Western Navajo Spelling Bee were more difficult than at previous contests.