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Harvey finds success and education through bareback

For Ed Miles Harvey, choosing which rodeo event to pursue came down to two things.


Letters: Continue supporting Dilkon Youth Services

This is a response to the article written in the Navajo Times by Leonard L. Tsosie regarding Dilkon Youth Services. We, as the kids of Dilkon community, have come to share our response to the article and say our thoughts about it.


Obituaries for July 30, 2015

Florence Henry SEAMA, N.M.– A wake for Florence Henry was held July 26 at Florence’s residence in Seama, N.M. Funeral services took place July 27 at the Laguna-Acoma Baptist Church


Etsicitty remembered as one who loved the simple things

More than 400 people showed up Friday for the funeral of Navajo Code Talker Kee Etsicitty, who died Tuesday June 21 at the age of 92.


Birdsprings Senior Center celebrates four-year anniversary

Tsídii To’ii elderly marked four years of gratitude for their senior center on July 23.


Five gearing up for Miss Navajo pageant

Miss Navajo Nation is the most coveted title on Navajo. It can also be considered one of the toughest to attain.


Youth give back by coordinating Nee’niji Youth Day

What do you get when you let students plan something on their own? A whole lot of success.

Arts Life

Steamboat Artisan Project hosts workshop

Rather than reading a book to learn about art, several community members came out to the Steamboat Chapter House last week to listen to
various art lectures from local artists.


‘Anything is possible’

Ellsbury powering back from injury


Burbank wins at Eastern Fair, continues hot streak

After hitting the rodeo season hard for a number of years, Robert Burbank knew that he needed some time off.