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The Navajo Times brought home a whopping 18 awards from the Native American Journalists Association conference Sept. 9 in Anaheim, California, including General Excellence and Best Layout in its circulation size division.

Diné digital stickers lead debate over stereotypes

“We just flapped as fast as we could…”

Navajo Transit enduring many problems with funding

Coding boot camp helps young people navigate the cyber world

Revenue to the 244 federally recognized tribes that have Indian gaming is on the rise, according to a report issued Monday by the National Indian Gaming Commission.

“It’s a source of empowerment,” said Felisha Adams about owning a business or being an entrepreneur.

Good news, young Diné worker: A couple of million bucks has been set aside for your summer employment.

The Navajo Nation is still a long way from catching up to the economic level of the rest of the United States, according to a new book looking at the past and future of economic development on the Navajo Reservation.

It was a sweltering morning but dozens of people last Friday waited in a line to sell raw sheep and goat fleece to buyers from the eastern U.S.