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Katrina Lee and Bessie Sandoval have different perspectives on what it means to be a Diné woman.

Cheyenne Antonio, from Torreon/Pueblo Pintado, New Mexico, was attending the University of New Mexico when she first met Marissa Naranjo from Santa Clara Pueblo in a Native American studies class.

On June 15, the National Weather Service warned to “avoid strenuous activities” but John L. Tsosie and Ernest Tsosie Jr. didn’t do that.

Ernest Tsosie Jr. and his son, John L. Tsosie, began their annual walk to raise awareness about domestic violence on June 15.

The Navajo Nation Zoo was filled with many guests as the 10th Annual Navajo Nation ZooFest marked off the 40th anniversary of the zoo itself.

Chevonne Little, 25, only knows one way to make an impact on youth and their education: To get involved and stay involved.

Annual Angels vs. Drunk Drivers Bike Run set for June 17

Family services staff is a small army fighting for children

Harnessing woman power

Navajo Women’s Commission takes on full slate for 2017

Nation’s only boxing team on third generation of coaches