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Survival of the First Voices Festival: Navajo artists offer advice to youth at San Juan College

07/31/2014 07:34 PM MDT
FARMINGTON — Sunny Dooley laughed and cried as she spoke on Wednesday afternoon to a small audience at San Juan College. 
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'Finding Bigfoot' features the Four Corners area
07/26/2014 05:00 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Jacob Chavez, the owner of Majestic Enchantment Fly Fishing on the San Juan in Turley, considers himself a Bigfoot skeptic. Full Story

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Evangelist hosts tent revival in Aztec

AZTEC — For the last half dozen years, Billy Hopkins has been setting up a large tent, inviting the public in and ministering to them about the Bible. Full Story
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Durango's art walk features local, national artists

FARMINGTON — Food, music and art come together every month in Durango, Colo. during the First Thursday Art Walks.
 
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Evangelist hosts tent revival in Aztec

AZTEC — For the last half dozen years, Billy Hopkins has been setting up a large tent, inviting the public in and ministering to them about the Bible. Full Story
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Survival of the First Voices Festival: Navajo artists offer advice to youth at San Juan College

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FARMINGTON — Sunny Dooley laughed and cried as she spoke on Wednesday afternoon to a small audience at San Juan College. 
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'Finding Bigfoot' features the Four Corners area
07/26/2014 05:00 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Jacob Chavez, the owner of Majestic Enchantment Fly Fishing on the San Juan in Turley, considers himself a Bigfoot skeptic. Full Story

New book tells the story of the Long Walk from a Navajo perspective
07/23/2014 03:24 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — With the Navajo language fading, Evangeline Parsons Yazzie decided to do something to try to preserve her native language. Full Story

Animas River Blues and Brews festival attracts locals and visitors
07/19/2014 08:45 PM MDT - AZTEC — Armed with blankets, lawn chairs and umbrellas, blues music enthusiasts flocked on Saturday to Riverside Park in Aztec for the ninth annual Animas Rivers Blues and Brews Festival. Full Story

Navajo youth art event kicks off in Shiprock
07/09/2014 09:03 PM MDT - SHIPROCK — Little by little, the image of a Ye'ii Bi Chei dancer began to appear as Myron Denetclaw added detail to a large canvas. Full Story

Abstract artist Barb Luther to show her work at Studio 116
07/09/2014 01:43 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Colorful, abstract paintings by Barb Luther will decorate the walls of Farmington's Studio 116 throughout July. Full Story

Two Native American women work together to bring art to youth
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Oakland Zoo animals enjoy fruit after truck crash

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Police: Costumed girl injured at Comic-Con fell

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Police say a costumed teenager who was found bloody and unconscious during Comic-Con was likely the victim of a fall, and the injuries weren't caused by an assault. Full Story