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‘Air’ at the UMFA with Curator Whitney Tassie and Artist Will Wilson

In 1968, artist Willoughby Sharp unveiled “Air Art” — an exhibit exploring the possibilities of air and the dematerialization of the physical art piece...

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Worth the Trip: Bluff, Utah

Southeastern Utah has been in the news, big time, lately. The area that encompasses and surrounds Bears Ears National Monument is a focal point in the debate...

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A natural gas plant near Moab could help curb flaring on the Navajo Nation

(Zak Podmore | The Salt Lake Tribune) A flare burns off stranded natural gas near the Navajo Nation community of Montezuma Creek, Utah, on March 8, 2020. A p...

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‘Air’ at the UMFA with Curator Whitney Tassie and Artist Will Wilson

In 1968, artist Willoughby Sharp unveiled “Air Art” — an exhibit exploring the possibilities of air and the dematerialization of the physical art piece...

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A push to bring Wi-Fi to students on the Navajo Nation is made urgent by the pandemic

(Zak Podmore | The Salt Lake Tribune) Tower technicians Nathan Berry, above, and Jory Christiansen work to bring internet to students in the Navajo Nation co...

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Utes, enviros prepare for march against White Mesa uranium mill in Utah

× Mill owner Energy Fuels announces $1 million community foundation for education, health and economic programs for Native Americans The Ute Mountain Ute ...

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White Mesa Bear Dance celebrates change of season

× Tradition takes place in shadow of Bears Ears; public invited to participate The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe will hold the White Mesa Bear Dance Sept. 2-5 in...

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Is a Uranium mill in Utah making tribal members sick? They'll find out in 2025

A Native American community neighboring the only operating uranium mill in the U.S. is hoping a new study will answer longstanding questions about whether it...

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14 graduate at Navajo Mountain

(Times photos - Krista Allen) TOP: Navajo Mountain High graduates from left, Elijah J. Barlow, Randy J. Boutilier, Tekisha S. Miles, Shashon L. Butler, Lewanna Edgewater, Tyler K. Freeman, Kristen R. Yazzie, Shane King, Morris N. King, and Kayla L. Nez. Kneeling left, Katrina C. Kinsel and Brandy J. Smallcanyon. BOTTOM: After acknowledging San Juan School District personnel on May 19, Lewa...

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Durango boys compete in tough Farmington tournament

Demons beat Shiprock to salvage seventh place × Boys basketball teams from New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Utah converged at Farmington High School’s ...

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Navajo Nation Police Department is warning tribal citizens about treatment center recruiters

The Navajo Nation Police Department has received numerous missing persons reports that they have traced to addiction treatment centers in Arizona. Now they ...

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Scorpions girls wrestling team scores victory in Bloomfield Invitational

FARMINGTON − Led by strong individual performances from Emily Haskan, Jadyn Begay, Katrina Henry and April Archibeque, the Farmington High School girls wre...

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Art Gallery: Baje Whitethorne Sr.

Depicting the beauty, color, and power of Native American culture and landscape for decades, Baje Whitethorne Sr. is one of the most transformative artists o...

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Celebrating 2022 Native American Heritage Month

The Indigenous people were the original inhabitants of the lands that now represent the U.S. In Colorado, roughly one percent of its population identifies as...

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Stepping Stones to Healing: Aspiring Health Care, Veterinary Scholars Explore Biological Research

Having grown up around horses, cattle, sheep and goats, Utah State University Blanding scholar Shailyn Parrish has few qualms around large animals. But the t...

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Navajo Nation explores drone-based healthcare delivery

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Leaders of the Navajo Nation recently joined ZappCare, a Native American-owned innovations and technology company and MissionGo, for a...

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Most People Have No Idea Just How Unique This Village In Utah Truly Is

Most People Have No Idea Just How Unique This Village In Utah Truly Is Located in the southeast part of the state, Bluff is a tiny village in Utah with unde...

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‘Air’ at the UMFA with Curator Whitney Tassie and Artist Will Wilson

In 1968, artist Willoughby Sharp unveiled “Air Art” — an exhibit exploring the possibilities of air and the dematerialization of the physical art piece...

By dailyutahchronicle