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Hello International Readers! Let's Visit Monument Valley...

I haven’t checked my reader logs in awhile. Imagine my surprise to find so many readers outside of North America. Blue areas on the map are hits from countries in the last 10 days. 592 more words

69th Annual Navajo Nation Fair

On September 12, 2015 we gathered in Window Rock, AZ once again, but this time for the 69th Annual Navajo Nation Fair. Last year we walked the parade assisting the St. 295 more words

Blue Bird Pinups

The Road to 65, Mile 305: Gran Fondo

September 28, 2015, Prescott- One of my outwardly less successful endeavours, over the years, was my principalship at Chilchinbeto Community School, between Chinle and Kayenta, on the Navajo Nation, in northeast Arizona.   260 more words


Oral History In the News

By far my favorite course during my MLIS studies at SJSU was an excellent archival seminar in Oral History. Oral History in particular introduced me to the idea of how voices have been kept out of the historical record, and how a methodology like Oral History that brings in those voices can slowly make an impact on who accesses, that same historical record. 1,059 more words


Antelope Canyon, A Must See!

The immense Navajo Nation has no shortage of magical places, but the most popular and photogenic might be Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon, located just outside… 305 more words


EPA Says It Will Build Temporary Treatment Plant For Mine

DENVER (AP) – The Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday it will set up a temporary treatment plant for wastewater flowing from the Gold King Mine in southwestern Colorado after… 409 more words


The House Rules

Karen flicked through the pages of the murder book. No one had ever seen it, it was her own private book of the dead. It reminded her, as if she needed reminding, that life was unfair and that life was breathtakingly, brutally brief. 116 more words

Karen Yellowtail