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The Healthy Navajo K'é Podcast is supported by Diné College, Northern Arizona University, and Arizona Department of Health Services. The podcast shares information and resources on Navajo infant, child, adolescent, maternal and overall family health.
When an unexpected responsibility enters her life, Belinda finds it difficult to make important decisions.
Nineteen-year-old Marty Claridge, left alone and pregnant on the frontier prairie when her husband is killed in a tragic accident, goes to live with widower Clark Davis who needs someone to care for his young daughter and together they form a family based on faith, respect, and finally love.
Continues the pioneer adventures of Clark and Marty as they face the joys and trials of life on a homesteader's farm and the marriage of their daughter.
Marty and Clark adjust to Clark's handicap and recognize their children's new maturity and independence. Clare and Kate anticipate their new baby and Marty has a secret.
Clark and Marty visit their daughter Missie and her husband Willie in the far West and meet their two little grandsons, but their faith is tested once again when the visit is marred by a tragic accident.
Clark and Marty's daughter, Missie, and her husband, Willie La Haye, face hardships as they travel west in a covered wagon.
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