TSE BONITO, N.M. — The Navajo Nation Veteran Administration’s prototype hogan’s front doorway now faces east as it should.
CLARKDALE — Construction is well underway for a new hotel near Tuzigoot National Monument that is funded by the Hopi Tribe Economic Development Corporation.
WHITE MESA, Utah — The day before the second anniversary of Bears Ears National Monument’s restoration and two days before Indigenous Peoples Day, tribal members from several Indigenous communities joined other supporters for the annual White Mesa spiritual walk and protest Oct. 7.
The Navajo Nation Victim’s Rights Act of 2023 will provide victims of sexual assault and rape, domestic violence and other violent assaults with the protection and support they need as they wait for justice.
A new website launched by the Center for Indigenous Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health aims to guide tribes in spending funds from the tribal opioid litigation settlements.
SHUNGOPAVI, Ariz. — This past 2023 Labor Day weekend was the much anticipated 50th anniversary of the annual Louis Tewanima Footrace held at Shungopavi Village.
PHOENIX — Navajo Nation Executive Branch Chief of Staff Patrick Sandoval and Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety Executive Director Michael Anderson recently inspected the first 22 police vehicles that are being prepared for delivery to the Navajo Nation.
The ground-shaking series, an unlikely hit about Native kids in Oklahoma, started with a suicide and ended with a funeral, but in between were all the cycles of life, some of it alien. The finale aired Sept. 27 on Hulu. Spoilers ahead.
Miss Navajo Nation Amy N. Begaye was introduced to Western Agency Chapters and Council Delegates during the Western Agency Council meeting.
Greyhills Academy High School STEM students visited the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland Sept. 12-16.
Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren met with child welfare agency officials from Utah, New Mexico and Arizona to discuss plans to enhance mental health services for Navajo children and families
RED MESA, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation is celebrating the opening of the newly developed Red Mesa Tapaha Solar Farm, which will power several communities across state lines including three chapters within the Navajo Nation.
CHINLE, Ariz. — It had been months since Jamie Shorty’s generator went out. Her family had adapted to life without it. In the mornings, before the sun came up, she would wake up her young sons by flashlight
HOUMA, LA. — Navajo Nation Council members joined U.S. Navy officials and Navajo veterans to celebrate the historic christening of the USNS Navajo, a new class of rescue, towing, and salvage ships that honors the service of Navajo Veterans and the Navajo Nation Code Talkers, during a special ceremony held Aug. 26 at the Bollinger Shipyard in Houma, LA.