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Dorms for Diné

Officials tout low-cost apartments for UNM Navajo students


Tour finds toxic gas leaks in Red Valley

The big concern is water, said Robyn Jackson during an oil drill site visit she organized on Jan. 11. In the Red Valley area and throughout Buffalo Pass, there is oil and gas being extracted.


‘A chill to my bones’

Mom of 4 says she’s being unfairly evicted from NHA home


Bringing the music home

New hip-hop album tackles issues of belonging


Middle College gives students a jump on higher ed

Robert Hunter started two years ago as the chief executive officer for Middle College High School, a charter school in Gallup.


Preventing diabetes

Winter basketball camp focuses on health

Reporter's Notebook

Our children must survive before they can thrive

Over the past seven months, as an intern and eventually a staff reporter for the Navajo Times, I have reported on the well-being of women and children in our Nation.


‘Because we’re out there’

Diné pianist wants to encourage other Native music students


Native writer ignores naysayers, sells pilot to Fox

While growing up in South Dakota, Lucas Brown Eyes, Oglala Lakota, would offhandedly talk about wanting to become a writer for television.


‘Sesame Street’ for Navajos

New show will use puppets to teach Diné Bizaad