Opinion

Letters: Remember what we’ve overcome

Back when infections were few, you quoted an Hataalii who said the virus was born from the countless creatures incinerated in the Australian bushfires; it then drifted to South China and assumed its shape-shifting treachery after claiming a victim.

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From the Publisher: Navajo people are proud, strong and resilient

The year 2020 has certainly been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic and all of its effects. Just like other newspapers and media across the United States and throughout the world, the Navajo Times recorded a lot of the local and regional news, happenings and events that transpired with the pandemic. We are sharing some of those past stories and photos with you this week.

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