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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

Casuse mural may return to Gallup sidewalk

Native American runners from various tribes are running to the nation’s capital to spread awareness of the abuse of drugs and alcohol and domestic violence, suicide and bullying.

For those around people experiencing mental trauma it can seem imaginary, but for people experiencing trauma it can be very real.

Chinle Elementary second grade teacher Helen First sees bullying happening among the students in her school.

The Resilience Garden on the grounds of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is no ordinary garden. It’s a journey that takes you thousands of years back into the past.