Native teens, ages 13-17, interested in developing leadership skills among a community of Native youth
Diné tribal member Rose Bighorse is a fourth generation weaver and specializes in weaving pillows.
Miss Navajo Nation Niagara Rockbridge hosted an Easter Egg and scavenger hunt April 15 at the Navajo Nation Zoo.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer called for flags be flown at half-staff April 9 in honor and remembrance of Diné Purple Heart veteran Dan Y. Begay, who passed away April 5 at the age of 78.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer offered their condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Daniel Peaches, who passed away April 5.
A two-mile area around SP Crater, known as the SP Crater Golden Eagle Conservation Complex (SPEC), currently is off limits to recreationists including hunters, hikers and UTV-ers in an effort to protect golden eagle nests.
Horseshoe Bend attracts visitors from around the world and a recent visit did not disappoint — and the offseason made visitation light to moderate.
On April 1, Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer joined Navajo Nation Police Department Deputy Chief Ronald Silversmith to recognize 12 Navajo Nation dispatchers within the Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety for their outstanding contribution and dedication as public safety telecommunications operators.
Coconino County Parks & Recreation is currently accepting vendor applications for the 2022 Coconino County Fair Sept. 2 – Sept. 5 at Fort Tuthill County Park.
The Northern Arizona Book Festival is excited to announce its return in conventional fashion with virtual components for a world still gripped by uncertainty.
For the International Dark-Sky Association there’s a genuine threat to naturally dark places such as Grand Canyon National Park from satellites.
Miss Navajo Nation Niagara Rockbridge visited Pinon Community School March 17 where she read books to both of the Kindergarten classes about public safety and the importance of following COVID-19 guidelines.
In observance of “Read Across Navajo Nation Month,” the Navajo Nation Library will host virtual story times led by guest readers and provide free books on the library’s social media pages.
The project will compile all of the legacy data about Wupatki Pueblo, its excavation, and stabilization history into a searchable database.
Every March, America pays tribute and honors female contributions during Women’s History Month.
The Bruin players, coaches and managers who were on that team were recognized for that victory during halftime of this year’s 2A state championship game.
Filming for the fictitious short film, Liberty of Jewels, recently wrapped and is now transitioning to post-production, according to the film’s writer and director.
Seventy-seven years ago, Ira Hayes helped raise the U.S. flag on the island of Iwo Jima.
Hopi-Tewa artist Duane Koyawena’s art welcomes people to government offices in Flagstaff, Arizona.
With matriarchs already in place on Hopi and throughout the Navajo Nation, the program hopes to capitalize on the year round organizing efforts during the 2020 elections, where local organizing was effective.
Filmmaker Ivey Camille Manybeads Tso is bringing "Powerlands” to the Sedona International Film Festival this year.
On Feb. 9, Grand Canyon National Park (GCNP) announced the launch of a new associated tribes website which will be accessible via the park’s main page.
“Scenes From the Glittering World,” a coming of age film about family, follows three Indigenous youth on the Navajo reservation.
In times of stress, the balance of symmetry can center focus and calmness.
Navajo Nation Council honors youth leaders, community advocates and educators at a ceremony during its Winter Session in council chambers.