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Everybody’s best friend

Rock the Canyon Arts and Music Festival remembers Bahe Whitethorne Jr.


Art, music festival grows, marks 10th year

The 10th annual Rock the Canyon Art and Music Festival was bigger and better than ever but getting to this point was quite a feat.


Shonto sports Civil Air Patrol’s newest escadrille in Ariz.

The newest members of the Arizona Wing Civil Air Patrol are learning the U.S. Army’s seven core values and learning to live them in everything they do – whether they are in school or doing household chores.


A new tradition takes root

In Southwestern Navajo, Easter means k’e


Visionary Diné artist passes

Bahe Whitethorne Jr., a visionary Diné artist whose extraordinary talent spoke about contemporary issues through the romance of painting, died Monday, March 26. He was 41.


Three killed in fiery crash on SR 98

Three men from Kaibeto were killed Saturday afternoon in a fiery crash on Arizona State Route 98.


Threats to schools mobilize Tuba City

Two young women are in custody in a detention facility here after police investigated a threat of gun violence against Tuba City Junior High School, which was posted on Facebook.


‘No means no!’

As the snow fell, more than two dozen people gathered at Heritage Square for a candlelight vigil to honor the memory of Nicole Doree Joe and other females who are missing, been murdered, or stolen.


Get your flu shot

Flu season one of worst in years


An era comes to an end

Memories of Shonto Trading Post live on among owners, locals