The Museum of Northern Arizona announced the winners of this year's Junior Indigenous Art Exhibition and Competition Nov. 22, which included young artists up to the age of 18 and continued a tradition the museum has of encouraging Native artists dating back to 1931.
Bearsun completed a cross-country fundraiser Nov. 14 in New York, and stopped at the Museum of Northern Arizona Nov. 27 on a return thank you tour.
Second Mesa Day School held its Princess and Brave Pageant last week.
On Nov. 18, Navajo Police Department Window Rock District Officer Jershon Begay received the Gallup Police Department 'Citation of Life Saving Commendation'.
On Nov. 2, Felix Tsinijinnie was honored for his 51 years of service at Dilcon Community School.
On Nov. 6, the Rock Point Lady Cougars volleyball team beat Tempe Prep to win the 2021 AIA Girls Volleyball 1A state tournament.
Tuba City High School Warrior Cross Country runners headed to state Nov. 12.
On Nov. 11, the Navajo Nation commemorates Veterans Day during a live-streamed event at the Navajo Nation Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock, Ariz., the capital of the Navajo Nation.
Mallery Quetawki signed onto the biggest art project of her life and couldn’t tell anyone.
Isolating at home because the coronavirus has helped a lot of people to try something new. And a group of science students at Diné College are way ahead of most of us.
Olivia Quinn Reid’s mother, Tanya Ponyah, would like to wish her daughter happy birthday for her first birthday, Oct. 29.
On Oct. 27, Tuba City Junior High School announced the 2021 National Junior Honor Society Inductees.
On Oct. 22, voters selected Tyra Manycows as Miss Tuba City Hi
Hidden away in Christmas Tree Pass near the Arizona-Nevada border, more than 700 petroglyphs can be found at Grapevine Canyon.
Following years of policy reviews and changes, the Navajo Veteran's Administration is moving forward with repairs and improvements to 125 homes that were constructed for Navajo veterans between 2014 and 2017.