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As people sat down at tables covered with white linen, students from Navajo Technical University hustled and bustled in the kitchen.

When brothers Nayo and KeHugh Swan first learned that their local community center faced closure due to lack of funding, they wanted to help raise funds to keep it open.

The goal was to give the local elders a day of fun.

City leaders came under severe criticism on Jan. 28 as community members gathered together to voice their concerns about the border town.

They’re titans of Native sports history with sportsmanship and flair when they were on the court, making their mark among those considered star quality.

Brayden Watchman has his heart set on going to Canada and he is asking for your help.

Almost every chapter has a senior citizens center, but only a few of the larger ones have a place where the kids can go and hang out.

As the youngest editor and the only female in the Navajo Times’ 50-year history, Candace Begody has been invited by at least a dozen groups to share the story of how she came upon her career.

The Navajo Nation Zoo has two new furry faces and their names are Felipe and Redford.

In honor of diabetes month, Tsehootsooi Medical Center’s prevention team is trotting across the Navajo Nation to raise awareness about diabetes with their “Turkey Trot: Take Care of Your Life” event.