Author: Cyrus Norcross
Seraphine Warren decided to march from Sweetwater, Arizona, to Window Rock on July 19 to raise awareness on the lack of support from the Navajo Police and Navajo Nation leadership in regards to her aunt’s sudden disappearance.Read More
During my hiring interview with Navajo Times Publisher-CEO Tom Arviso and Editor Duane Beyal, I was asked what stories I preferred to cover. I responded, “Conflict.”Read More
A group of 25 people gathered in the Starbucks located in north Gallup on Nov. 30 to celebrate the opening of the store and completion of Daniel Josley’s 54th mural titled “Grandmother of Direction.”Read More
Rescued rez dogs and puppies wagged tails as Turquoise Paw members cleaned their kennels and fed them on Dec. 11.
Turquoise Paw is a Navajo-owned, nonprofit animal rescue organization in operation since 2019. Its mission is to rescue animals within the borders of the Navajo Nation to support population control, provide education and to offer a humane choice of no-kill sheltering.Read More