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The newest members of the Arizona Wing Civil Air Patrol are learning the U.S. Army’s seven core values and learning to live them in everything they do – whether they are in school or doing household chores.

In Southwestern Navajo, Easter means k’e

Kids at Ganado Intermediate swarm field in Easter egg hunt

Kayenta’s community garden is open for business, but so far has no takers

Recently, Jodee Dennison, director of ThinkFirst Navajo – Eve’s Fund’s Injury Prevention Program, delivered 50 new bike helmets, in three different sizes, to Tom Riggenbach, executive director of NavajoYes in Window Rock, according to a news release from Eve’s Fund.

Sanders family excels at obscure sport

Joe Pacal is looking to the Navajo Nation in hopes of receiving funds to hire interested gardeners to train under him and learn ecologically sustainable gardening methods.

The Tsehootsooi Medical Center invites the public to tour the new “Nihi Dine’é Bá – For The People Wellness Center” tomorrow.

Memories of Shonto Trading Post live on among owners, locals

For its new, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified housing project, the Hopi Tribe bought land on the outskirts of Winslow — a town close enough that people could go back to their home villages for ceremonies, and urban enough to offer jobs and higher education that is lacking on the rez.