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Navajo Weavers Lynda Teller Pete and Barbara Teller Ornelas give readers something they've never had — a look at Navajo weaving told by Navajo weavers themselves

Navajo Weavers Lynda Teller Pete and Barbara Teller Ornelas give a behind the scenes look at the work of Navajo weavers in intimate stories and a stunningly photographed book, “Spider Woman’s Children: Navajo Weavers Today.”

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Hopi graduation message: 'We're alive to fulfill our life's purpose by making a difference'

Hopi High School students overcome adversity to post highest graduation rate in past five years

The Hopi community has overcome problems due to uranium mining and the loss of their water by using the knowledge passed down to them for thousands of years, but they must continue to use their ways to protect themselves.

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Diné College graduate hired as student recruiter

Data comprised by Diné College’s marketing and communications office suggests that the best way to recruit new and transfer students is with one of its own.

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Bond Wilson Tech student receives Four Corners Power Plant scholarship

On May 13, students, faculty and staff at the Bond Wilson Technical Center celebrated their year-end achievements for the 2018-19 school year.

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Hopi journalist leads others on journey through Phoenix Indian School, Native American history

Patty Talahongva shares experiences and revelations during recent Q&A interview

Born and raised on the Hopi reservation, Patty Talahongva has always been sure of her identity as an indigenous woman — but she wasn’t always certain how she viewed religion.

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New York artist takes 30-day ride with camel and horse through Navajo Nation to the Grand Canyon in honor of women

On June 4, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez had the honor to welcome Sunny Khalsa, her horse El Markeyn and camel Meshach to the capital of the Navajo Nation in Window Rock, Arizona.

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Sixty students promoted at Hopi Jr. High; messages of success inspires students

Louis Sisto, a graduate of Hopi High School, is now a civil engineer, but there was a time when he was homeless while going to college.

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Kelly Haven represents Nation at Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C.

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez congratulated 13-year-old Kelly Haven, who proudly represented the Navajo Nation in the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C.

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Kinaaldá: A Navajo girl comes of age in traditional ceremony

Hours before the sun will conquer the dark, a light rain falls, burning wood crackles and soft voices drift from a hogan.

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As school year ends, Hopi sophomores tour universities, colleges in Phoenix

Six Hopi High sophomore AVID students visited four colleges last week to learn about the majors they offer, the available scholarships and how to pay for college.

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Diné College graduates 207, near record number of students

Several hundred family members and friends packed Diné College’s Piñon Pit recently for the 50th graduation commencement — which consisted of a near record number of bachelor degree and certificate recipients.

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Tuba City High graduate receives All-Academic Scholar Athlete from Haskell University

On May 3, Tristan Antonio (left), an Alumni of Tuba City High School attending Haskell Indian Nations University received the USTFCCA 2018 All-Academic Scholar Athlete.

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Page hosts Indian National Finals Rodeo Tour

K.E.Y. Ranch brings out prized bulls for special event over Mother's Day weekend

The Navajo Nation Rodeo Association welcomed the Indian National Final Rodeo Tour to Vermillion Cliffs Arena over Mother’s Day weekend for three full days of rodeo action, including a special open bull riding event hosted by the K.E.Y. Ranch.

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Hopi student wins national journalism award

Hopi High media student Amber Labahe won a national award at the National High School Journalism Conference in Anaheim, California April 24-27, earning an Honorable mention, or third place finish, in the news writing division.

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The 29th annual Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture this weekend at MNA

Zuni culture is rooted in farming and food traditions dating back many millennia.

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Diné College to expand successful arts certificate program; NCAP receives a $540,500

Diné College’s Navajo Cultural Arts Program (NCAP), which offers classes, workshops and lectures on silversmithing, weaving, basket-making and moccasin-making, has has announced that it will continue its Navajo Cultural Arts Certificate Program.

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'Just Move It' kicks off at Grand Falls

The Winslow Indian Health Care Center opened its 2019 Just Move It Season with an annual 5k Fun Run and Walk at Grand Falls, Arizona May 10.

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Tribal areas still struggle with lagging technology

“Just Google it.” Carroll Onsae says it’s a joke among Hopi, who have broadband internet in only some pockets of the reservation. And even there it works slowly.

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Duke University's Shandiin Herrera wins national honors for public policy study and activism

Senior Shandiin Herrera came to Duke understanding she wouldn’t find many other Native American students on campus. And the first year was harder than she expected.

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Olympian Billy Mills honors 10 Native youth $10,000 grantees at Dreamstarters ceremony

This is the fifth year celebrating dreams and aspirations of 10 Native youth from the ages of 14-30 years-old in the Dreamstarter’s ‘Running Strong for American Indian Youth,’ an organization championed by Billy Mills.

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NTU’s Veterinary Technology and Land Grant programs host 6th annual Sheep Conference

On May 3, the Veterinary Technology and Land Grant programs at Navajo Technical University collaborated with the New Mexico Livestock Board to present the 6th annual Sheep Conference and Workshop.

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Northern Arizona University hosts annual indigenous convocation

Northern Arizona University hosted its annual indigenous convocation comprised of students graduating with Native American, Alaskan Native and Hawaiian Native backgrounds May 10.

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Coconino Community College recognizes Native graduates

Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer attended and spoke at the May 10 commencement ceremony at Coconino Community College.

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Arizona State Univeristy celebrates graduates May 8

Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer attends the Arizona State University American Indian Convocation May 8 on the Tempe Campus.