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Change Labs giving entrepreneurs tools to succeed

The animation of an elephant jumping on a trampoline had the crowd silent as they watched and experienced the start of Change Labs 2015.


Southern chapters closing their doors

The Puerco Valley Certified Chapters are closing their doors with the start of the new fiscal year.


At long last

Fourteen years later, youth center opens its doors in Fort Defiance


She blessed me with this’

Dempsey credits late mother for successful reign as Miss Navajo


Ivy Leaguers address homesickness, success during panel discussion

He was the first in his high school to go to an Ivy League college in five years. He had nowhere to turn for advice so he took to Facebook to find other Native Americans at Ivy League schools.


Shiprock students earn Native Alliance Scholarship

WINDOW ROCK It’s a scholarship that’s funded from the pockets of alumni and Native American staff of Teach for America. The small donations add up to a big scholarship. A


Former Times reporter elected NAJA president

The first job he ever had, writing and reporting for the Navajo Times, shaped his life.


Youth Council provides Kinlichee youth with filled backpacks

About 130 students filled the gym at Kin Da Lichi’i Olta’ and anxiously awaited their surprise Friday.


We need you to come home,’ Nez tells Manuelito scholars

About 101 students received the Chief Manuelito Scholarship this year and celebrated with an awards ceremony at Red Rock Park on Friday.


250 NM students might not be allowed to attend Window Rock schools

Window Rock Unified School District (WRUSD) is currently working on options that would allow students from the Navajo Nation that live on the New Mexico side, to continue attending its schools.