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Letters: NGS: There are cleaner alternatives

Each day, 240 individual train carloads of coal are burned at NGS. A statistic like that is almost impossible to comprehend, so it helps to put that into perspective. NGS has burned that much coal per day since it opened more than 40 years ago.

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Letters: Nursing home CEO doing great job

This letter is in response to a critical and damaging letter to the editor from Howard Bitsuie.

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Letters: ‘Let’s make our youth a priority’

There are few greater responsibilities before us than to care for and ensure, to the best of our abilities, the wellbeing of our children.

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Letters: Lead, follow or get out of the way

In recent weeks, some have followed the new U.S. President-elect with some interest. As soon as he won the election, he started selecting his potential team of the cabinet, directors, department heads, advisors, etc., before he even stepped into the office. This is called being proactive.

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Letters: A constitution is needed since Code fails yet again

Many months ago, the Navajo Nation was entrenched in the quagmire of Navajo Code crisis over who was to be president.

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When will the Blue Canyon road be fixed?

I’m writing about the Blue Canyon Road on behalf of my family and the people who live in the community.

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Letters: A few matters of concern

Presently, I just want to give the tribal leaders a wake-up call and share some important matters of concern and couple them together in this short letter.

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Letters: Put Navajo students first in school transition

Over the last several months, we’ve been hearing about the Bureau of Indian Education’s desire to transfer authority of Navajo BIE-funded schools and place it under the authority of the Diné Nation.

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Letters: NHA situation needs attention

NHA managers should be aware that now with the new Trump administration coming into office we might lose our housing monies.

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Letters: Navajo must replace fossil fuels with renewable energy

On Dec. 2, at the Navajo Nation Museum, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the BIA held a public meeting about the proposed “Farmington Mancos-Gallup Resource Management Plan Amendment” and Environmental Impact Statement.