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Translating the Alcoholics Anonymous bi Naaltsoos Si’ah

For Navajos, separation of families brings up not-so-distant memories

Nicole Johnny, like thousands of other people, was excited for the Kim Kardashian West Beauty pop-up shop. It happened to open the same weekend she was in Los Angeles.

Officials for DNA-People’s Legal Services squared off this week with Jody Matthews, superintendent of the Chinle Public School District, over the issue of whether the district is providing free lunches to students from low-income families.

A federal judge on Tuesday declined to reopen the Navajo Nation’s voting rights lawsuit against San Juan County, Utah, saying he felt the county was making a reasonable effort to comply with court-ordered redistricting.

The Navajo Nation has taken the first step toward establishing its own addiction rehabilitation centers by asking the Indian Health Service to extend its Title I contract to include mental health.

Diné Pride Festival is first in Navajo Nation history

Drought has been building for centuries, and the government hasn’t helped

On July 12, 1968, life changed forever for residents of LeChee, a small community located about five miles south of Page, when electricity finally arrived.

The newest security guard at Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort never needs a coffee break.