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Letters: Raising taxes on hospital care is not a good solution

I disagree with Patty Lunstrom’s statement in the Navajo Times that imposing a tax on hospitals is good for New Mexico.

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Letters: Thieves among us need to be dealt with by all people

There are many home break-ins throughout the reservation where victims of such situations suffer greatly in many ways.

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Letters: If you’re depressed, you’re not alone

A few days ago a friend told me of a young man who died in an accident on a lone highway in California.

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Letters: Looking for long-lost half-sister

My name is Richard Keams and I live in Choctaw, Mississippi, with my family. I am married to a Choctaw Indian and have lived out here for over 40 years.

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Letters: Money paid to Zah ‘outrageous figure’

Edward T. Begay, Ervin Chavez, and Leila Help Tulley wrote a nice guest column where they justified the money Navajo Housing Authority gave to Mr. Zah based on Peterson Zah’s accomplishments.

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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.