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Letters: One step closer to hozho

Now is a perfect opportunity to change the health message from “Eat healthy and be physically active,” to “Here’s where you can get healthy food and here’s where you can be physically active.”

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Letters: Racism, discrimination not on menu

Just to let your readers know — discrimination and racism is still alive here in Farmington.

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Letters: It’s our land, our kids, our future

We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the proposed Grand Canyon Escalade Project. Too much of it is coming from the usual suspects — Flagstaff, Phoenix, San Francisco, New York, and Washington, D.C.

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Letters: Let’s not mar canyon’s beauty

I agree with the late U. S. President “Teddy” Roosevelt’s statement, because he was referring to greedy people like you, Mr. Whitmer, and your partners who would make a living off Mother Nature’s natural wonders …

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Letters: Standing with Natives at Standing Rock

My heart is breaking over the recent events. The U.S. government doesn’t care. I am shocked at the government, but I probably should know better.

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Letters: Agree with Zah on endorsing Clinton

She once proclaimed, “Democrats are the party of working people.”

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Letters: No leadership at Diné College

I for one will not put my daughter in an uncertain future or hostile environment at Diné College.

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Letters: Agree with Zah on endorsing Clinton

When I was 10 or 11 years old I went to the Tuba City Fair in the mid-late 80s. I do recall at the time Peterson Zah was the Navajo Nation president then, and I do confirm with him about Hillary Clinton.

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Letters: Enjoyed Quintero’s, Beyal’s pieces

I especially appreciated two stories in this week’s Aug. 25, 2016 Navajo Times.

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Letters: Protecting 1.9 million acres is excessive

Let’s talk about what-ifs: What if someone wanted to put say, 10 oil rigs out on this proposed Bears Ears Monument? Would it help the economy of the poorest county in the state? Yes!