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Letters: HB 2023 would make it harder for Navajos to vote

“It is difficult to understand the rational for HB 2023. The idea of a democratic government is to encourage all to participate in government by voting – make it easier to vote.”

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Letters: A letter to home

I’m an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation and I’m currently incarcerated in an Arizona state prison in Florence, Arizona.

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Letters: Forgiveness is quite a journey

About four years ago on July 21, 2012, my best friend, my late little brother Lyman Yellowhorse was murdered in Sanders, Arizona. He was 26 years old.

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Letters: We were wrong about Begay

Some of those who supported his initial appointment to replace former state Sen. Jack Jackson Jr., (despite his inexperience), thought that with his eagerness he would acquire the skills and experience the Navajo Nation and other Indian tribes need to unite and become stronger politically (this has not happened).

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Letters: What will it take to get Bluff Road fixed?

The Bluff Road in Shiprock, New Mexico continues to cause stress to people and damage to vehicles as it remains neglected and long overdue for maintenance of any type.

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Letters: Bitsilly is the right choice for council

A special election will be held Tuesday, June 28, for the Tohatchi, Naschitti, Coyote Canyon, Twin Lakes, and Mexican Springs chapters. At stake is a new Navajo Nation Council delegate.

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Letters: Bears Ears is the path toward healing

The Navajo Nation Council has unanimously voted in favor of Bears Ears National Monument.

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Letters: Native people need to unite to combat sexual and domestic violence crimes

The tragic assault and murder of a young girl is a great sadness.

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Letters: Trump is ‘immature, a bully’

​It is my opinion Donald Trump’s remarks against the Republican Governor Susana Martinez of New Mexico on May 24, 2016, reveal a very deep disconnect in his understanding of the world around him.

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Letters: Diné College students deserve the best teachers; Ky Travis was one

I remember the first day of class in 2005 when Professor Ky Travis walked into the room and got our attention with her funny sense of humor.