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Letters: It’s school choice, not ‘opportunity’

The Native American Education Opportunity Act, introduced by Senator John McCain and supported by State Senator Carlyle Begay, is philosophically un-viable.

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Letters: Seeking info on late Shiprock woman

At age 75, Marie Estelle Yazzie passed away on Saturday, April 16, in Littleton, Colo.

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Letters: Fort Wingate residents need to be put first

I would like to express my total dissatisfaction with the way the Navajo Nation Council is handling the land situation at the old Fort Wingate Army Depot. The land should not be caught up in a crossfire with the Zuni Tribe.

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Letters: Apologies from a white man

During this time, you had over 100 westerns showing on television and many, if not all, of these shows showed Native Americans as savages, killers, and bad people to be exterminated.

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Letters: NHA needs to prioritize family safety

The Navajo Nation Advisory Council Against Domestic Violence and the Navajo Apache Hopi Zuni Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence are writing to speak out against the Navajo Housing Authority’s policies…

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Letters: Writer needs to scrutinize his own party

If [the letter writer] wants to unveil the true racist and hateful colors of the Republican Party, I would like to offer the following about the Democrat Party and how their destructive action goes unchecked or endure public scrutiny …

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Letters: ‘Trump may become the next Hitler’

We have a devil in our midst. His name is Donald Trump and he is likely to be the nominee for the GOP or the Republican Party.

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Letters: OPVP’s four pillows have turned into four pillows

A candidate campaigning on economic development on the Navajo Nation is a common tactic used to lure voters and we have seen this played out since Peter MacDonald challenging Raymond Nakai.

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Letters ‘Broke my heart’ to see malnourished, injured dog euthanized

I know this isn’t big news but I still feel I have to share this story in the hope that someone on the Navajo Nation might be able to do something to help.

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Letters: Escalade Project creates false hope for people

One ad in the newspaper even pushed the number of jobs up to 3,500 from 1,500 in over two years, in spite of two resolutions opposing the Escalade Project.