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Tourism Set To Become Top Dog

  Tourism Set To Become Top Dog

Southern Utah is known for its magnificent natural destinations and landmarks, thus tourism is the anchor of the economy. Last

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Lease Agreement Signed; NGS to Be Torn Down!!

  Lease Agreement Signed; NGS to Be Torn Down!!

Begaye & Nez Sign Lease…NGS to Be Torn Down After ‘19 Navajo President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez

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NGS Lease Agreement Approved; SRP Speaks

  NGS Lease Agreement Approved; SRP Speaks

The Navajo Generating Station will stay open at least until the end of 2019. The vote was 18-4. The Navajo

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NGS Owners Balk at Extension?

  NGS Owners Balk at Extension?

July 1st; that’s apparently it! According to the Salt River Project, one of the owners of the Navajo Generating Station

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Update on NGS

  Update on NGS

Tomorrow is June 1st, meaning that the Salt River Project and the other Navajo Generating Station owners have exactly one

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What’s Happening in Window Rock?

  What’s Happening in Window Rock?

The clock is continuing to go tick-tock as we wait to see how the Navajo Nation Council is going to

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The Latest on NGS

  The Latest on NGS

Native American “environmental” organizations within the Navajo Nation and the Hopi Tribe were apparently miffed at not being included in

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Navajo Grassroots Groups Demand Seat at NGS Negotiating Table

  Navajo Grassroots Groups Demand Seat at NGS Negotiating Table

Navajo public interest groups are demanding a seat at the table after not being invited to a series of meetings

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A New NGS Worry

  A New NGS Worry

There’s a new fear rumoring around the area of an imminent closing of the Navajo Generating Station. As a result,

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More NGS Work Ahead

  More NGS Work Ahead

The Navajo Nation still has some work to do before Monday’s vote to keep the Navajo Generating Station open for

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