Entrepreneur Mark Atlan, of Manhattan, New York, is in the process of launching ZappCare, his passion project that aims to bridge the medical divide for Native American communities.Read More
People: Greyhills grad honored for service to Pacific Northwest; Times CEO/publisher to receive NAJA-Medill award
In May, the Bonneville Power Administration, under the U.S. Department of Energy, presented Corrina Ikakoula, Diné, with the BPA Unsung Hero award as part of its 2021 Administrator’s Excellence Awards program. Times CEO/Publisher Tom Arviso Jr.’s award recognizes an individual who has had a lasting effect on media to the benefit of Indigenous communities.Read More
An idea forged and inspired by grandfatherly accomplishments is becoming a legacy on its own.Read More
When the coronavirus swarmed across the Navajo Nation last year, Shaandiin Paul Parrish had to adjust her duties as Miss Navajo Nation.Read More
When Paula Cook was a young girl, she’d watch her dad, the late Paul Cook, get ready for work.
He meticulously laid out his uniform, polished his boots and shined his badge and name tag.Read More