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Former police officer sounds off on NRA, guns

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Well if you have read my past letters about the NRA this should be of some interest to you. Per my last letter I did not like Mr. Oliver North asking for 2 million dollars to fight the incoming politicians when he and Mr. Wayne La-Pierre are already millionaires. North said we has 6 million NRA member’s, then all we had to...

Division of Economic Development hosts successful economic summit

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The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development

TWIN ARROWS, Ariz.-The fourth annual Navajo Nation Economic Summit concluded May 1 with more than 500 registered attendees and 48 businesses and organizations. The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development, in partnership with Raven Events, hosted the summit at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort from April 22-24.

Raven Events, an indigenous First Nations company from Canada, facilitated the Advanced Business Match event, successfully scheduling 527 meetings between 48 businesses, chapters, and entrepreneurs.

The main conference included 20 breakout sessions across four main tracks: tourism, international, commercial...

Madame G guide to the stars Week of MAY 6

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What’s up pussycat? Don’t let the world get you down. But, if you’re feeling blue, don’t feel pressured into wearing a fake smile. You’re as entitled to a bad day as anyone. However, if you’re moods remain consistently bad, don’t beat yourself up. You’re doing the best you can. Madame G recommends that you look after mental health, as well as physical. You’re loved!

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Don’t worry be happy! It’s a great song, but it’s a little moralistic. If you don’t feel happy you don’t need to fake it. You have every right to be sad, disappointed, or angry. If these feelings last too long, you’ll miss out on all of the beautiful things around you...

Reading is a human right

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Literacy for All

People in all countries around the globe deserve the right to learn to read.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization estimates that 175 million young people lack basic literacy skills. To address the issues, UNESCO Regional Office of Southern Africa is supporting programs and activities to develop quality literacy materials for literacy educators and learners through integrating mother languages in literacy teaching and learning. Fifty-two years ago, UNESCO officially declared September 8 International Literacy Day, with the goal of highlighting literacy as a human rights issue. www.unesco.org/.

In 2018, The International Literacy...

Letter to the Editor: There’s time to oppose Nuke waste in NM

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Forty years after the “worst accident” in the United States involving radioactive material occurred in Church Rock, New Mexico on July 16, 1979 when approximately 94 million gallons of radioactive waste that was held in unlined evaporation ponds at the United Nuclear Corporation’s (UNC) mill site was released into the Rio Puerco River and flowed through nearby communities and on through the state of Arizona westward, UNC wants to begin a clean up effort that will allow disposal of Northeast Church Rock (NECR) mine waste that is estimated at approximately 1,000,000 cubic yards.

On March 19 and 21, 2019 the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) held two Public Environmental...

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