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My Turn: NGS owners voted against their best interests

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
While I was working on last week's story regarding the owners of Navajo Generating Station choosing to stay open until the end of 2019, one thing stuck out to me that I have not heard elsewhere.
When the four utilities that share ownership with the Bureau of Reclamation made their decision, they did so against their own best interests.

Guest Viewpoint: The reprobate mind

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
Why would the American people want open borders, aka illegal immigration, when they know open borders destroy a country, ruin the economy, and allows disease, drugs and terrorists into our land? Why do the American people want benefits to be given to non-citizens at the expense of its own citizens? Why do the American people ignore their own homeless, hungry

Church: If we follow Jesus, we should embrace refugees

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
"Jesus was a refugee." If you've been on the Internet this year, you must have seen this on your Facebook page, or heard it spoken. And however you may feel about the current refugee situation, it is true; Mary and Joseph fled with their first born when they were warned that Herod set out to kill any potential rivals, even

My Turn: Renewable energy still has some shortcomings

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2017
I've been putting this column off all week because I have been promised that sometime today (Monday) a decision will be made on the future of Navajo Generating Station.
On Saturday, I talked to Congressman Tom O'Halleran about NGS and he said it surviving a vote by its owners was unlikely. For those of you who don't know, NGS is

Letter: A local family could really use some help

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2017
Residents of Page, Coconino County, the surrounding Navajo Nation and Southern Utah, there is a dear family that needs our support.
While serving with her daughter on a mission, Debbie Winlock, our beloved library and community services director has taken ill and has accrued costly medical bills. The good news is that Debbie is doing better and that her

Letter: When it closes, don’t tear down power plant

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2017
Worst case, if NGS is decommissioned, maybe the Navajo Nation could leave the three smokestacks and put a bunch of wind turbines on all three of them.
The railroad could be turned into a tourist attraction. Lots of tourist railroads around the country are doing well.
Not much, but would save a few jobs and generate

Church: True love can be found in God's example

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2017
Valentine's Day has passed. Whether you like it or not, whether you celebrate it or not, or even if you detest it as a ploy by flower shops, candy companies and card makers to get into our wallets, it is still a day that challenges us to examine the love relationships in our lives.
As Christians, we should understand


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