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I am gravely concerned and distressed with how the pending demise of the Navajo Generating Station is being pursued.

Navajo Generating Station was the keystone of a 1960s plan to develop the coal of the Hopi and Navajo nations for the benefit of non-Indian people.

As you make a new beginning in your life, graduate, be aware of important things you didn’t learn in school.

The Gold King Mine continues to release 550 gallons of treated water each minute and the water inside the mine has continued to rise.

A Mother’s Day tribute to our mom, Jane Miranda Wauneka-Benallie. She was called home to our Heavenly Father on April 27, 2017. She was born Feb. 8, 1936, in Fort Defiance, up in the pine trees of her mother’s land.

I’m writing this letter to encourage the Navajo Nation government to plan for an opportunity to help the Navajo people.

Regarding Navajo Nation bill 0114-17, sponsored by Aneth Delegate Davis Filfred, “to have better gun control and accountability for firearms circulating on the nation.”

With proper education our Diné would have acquired financial knowledge and there would have been no poverty among our Diné.

Nation-building challenges face the Navajo Nation and its leadership in the areas of economic development, public safety, land management and education, to name a few.

I try to refrain from commenting on certain issues only when necessary, but when will NHA start building the new