On Sept. 29, Navajo Nation Vice President Lizer attended the New Mexico Recovery Event in Gallup, New Mexico.
Asdzaa Skoden Rebelles, the first all-Navajo team in the Rebelle Rally, an all-women endurance and navigation competition, are excited and raring to go, despite never having done anything like this before.
Hopi Relief prepares for a PPE distribution in Moenkopi, Arizona, Sept. 27.
Hopi High’s music program is making a comeback now that students have returned to in-person learning. The program was on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the most important things about the Izabel Community Garden, according to Lasting Indigenous Family Enrichment Program Manager Carrie Dallas, is to understand what Indigenous people did from a holistic lens of working the land and providing food for their people.
Filming for a new feature movie concluded late last month around three popular New Mexico locales as people took pictures of the various actors and stage hands involved in the production.
The Colorado Mountain College (CMC) cross country team is gearing up for another season of running this fall as they kicked off the 2021 meet in Colorado Springs Sept. 11.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez, First Lady Phefelia Nez, Vice President Myron Lizer, and Second Lady Dottie Lizer extended their greatest appreciation to outgoing Miss Navajo Nation Shaandiin Parrish, whose reign came to an end Sept. 11 with the crowning of a new Miss Navajo Nation.
The Miss Native American USA organization recently expressed its gratitude to Lexie James (Hopi) of Polacca, Arizona for serving and completing two consecutive years as Miss Native American USA.
With a time of 2 hours, 38 minutes and 8 seconds at the Shiprock Marathon, Kyle Sumatzkuku, a Native American endurance runner from the Hopi Tribe, has qualified for the 125th Boston Marathon Oct. 11.
A psychological thriller set in the Four Corners region of the Southwest, "Dark Winds" centers on two Navajo Nation police officers trying to solve a double murder.
Several areas along the trail system have petroglyphs on the rock walls and boulders
Beginning Sept. 1, an additional $300 incentive to encourage anglers to catch and keep brown trout at Lees Ferry Reach below Glen Canyon Dam will be added to a Brown Trout Incentivized Harvest Program.
Ask anyone in Indian Country to name their favorite Native comedian and Tatanka Means is likely one of the top names you will hear.
The Navajo Nation's Veterinary Program's 'Foster Appreciation' drive-thru event took place Aug. 30.
Duane Koyawena painting for the juvenile detention center in Flagstaff.
Interior Communications Electrician 3rd Class Wilder Begay, from Flagstaff, Arizona, tests a sound powered telephone aboard amphibious assault ship USS Tripoli (LHA 7).
The Diné Bizaad subcommittee of the Navajo Nation Council (NNC) held a work session with Navajo Technical University (NTU) Interim Dean of Graduate Studies Dr. Jennifer Wheeler and recent NTU Master’s Degree recipient Jennifer Gross to discuss Diné Bizaad revitalization, development and history of the language.
The Office of Diné Youth celebrate the development of K’É community trails Aug. 9.
The Diné College Bachelor of Fine Arts program received about $50,000 worth of silversmithing equipment for the silversmithing program from artist Nicki Adler.
The CBC/Radio-Canada, Canada’s national public broadcaster, is airing a podcast called ‘Telling our Twisted Histories,’ that reclaims Indigenous history by exploring 11 words whose meanings have been twisted by centuries of colonization.
When Shiprock-based artist Jaymus Perry realized the iconic warbonnet was missing from the Indian Motorcycle he had his eye on, he saw an opportunity.
Three Native businesses collaborate to help each other out.
Two Indigenous filmmakers are smashing the caricatures and stereotypes of Native Americans, who since the earliest days of film and TV have often played supporting roles or been portrayed as bloodthirsty killers standing in the way of white, westward expansion.