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On the night that teetered on disaster, Bailey Bates did not walk the same line as her counterparts in the ladies breakaway event.

Perhaps it was the luck of the draw (or the lack thereof).

By the time the Ramah Lady Mustangs showed up at the state volleyball championships they were experts at putting up a fight.

Six months ago, saddle-bronc rider Jay Joaquin had no plans of buying his membership card for the Indian National Finals Rodeo.

The coveted Navajo Nation Fair women’s all-around title came down to Debbie Robbins and Danielle Lowman.

Boudreaux Campbell was a perfect three-for-three on his bulls to claim the Window Rock Championship Bull Riding title before a near capacity crowd at Dean C. Jackson Memorial Arena this past Sunday night.

Six-time world champion Sage Kimzey and world finals champion Cody Jesus highlight this year’s Championship Bull Riding Sept. 3 at Dean C. Jackson Memorial Arena in Window Rock at 8 p.m.

In his Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial debut two years ago, Jalen Joaquin remembers “getting smoked.”

Tohatchi cowgirl captures first Ceremonial title

Life is moving at a different pace for Kassidy Dennison