TUBA CITY, Ariz. — Change Labs team member Holly Patterson has been named the recipient of CNM’s New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards 2023 - Emerging Leader in Ethical Excellence.
TUBA CITY, Ariz. — A group of Tuba City High School students impressed the Tuba City Unified School District Governing Board April 12 with a presentation on their recent trip to Washington, D.C. to attend the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (NAFIS) Conference.
Explore the rich history and diverse cultures of the Petrified Forest region through the Cultural Demonstration program at Petrified Forest National Park.
J&B Medical and Strongbow Strategies, a Navajo-owned entity, recently announced a strategic partnership to provide medical, pharmacy and telehealth services to the Navajo Nation and other tribal communities across the U.S.
The first Native American woman in space ventured out on a spacewalk Friday to prep the International Space Station for more solar panels.
Ethel Branch has been appointed by President Buu Nygren as the 13th Attorney General of the Navajo Nation.
“I think our Navajo people are ready for change andgoing back to our Navajo culture of how us women have that leadership along with love and caring and being knowledgeable, not only within a homestead, but of a hogan too.” - Crystalyne Curley
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians (TPBMI) signed a new co-management agreement with Joshua Tree National Park. The agreement was signed at a ceremony at TPBMI headquarters in Coachella, Calif., formalizing an ongoing historical relationship between the Tribe and the southern California park.
Lionel R. Bordeaux, 82, a Rosebud Lakota Sioux tribal citizen and Sinte Gleska University’s President since 1973, passed away on November 16.
For years, the Indian Garden name assigned to a popular Grand Canyon campground has been a painful reminder for a Native American tribe that was displaced by the national park.
The justices heard more than three hours of arguments in a broad challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act, enacted in 1978 to address concerns that Native children were being separated from their families and, too frequently, placed in non-Native Homes.
New veterans housing goes up on the Navajo Nation.
The Diné Skate Garden Project, located in the Two Grey Hills Chapter of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, will host its soft opening Oct. 28 of a public skate park and community garden for Diné youth, their families, and the community to gather, reflect and play.
Navajo Technical University held a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 11 in Chinle, Arizona for its new environmental lab after receiving $4 million delivered by the $18 billion 2023 Fiscal Year budget signed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.
On Oct. 14, Council Delegate Nathaniel Brown joined in the kick-off celebration for the Comb Ridge Project which will provide 25 homes in the Comb Ridge-El Capitan community with an autonomous source of electricity and broadband.