Letter to the Editor - NHO
The Navajo-Hopi Observer welcomes letters to the editor, but it also wishes to give all readers a chance to comment and to keep letters focused on issues of widespread public interest. In that spirit, the Navajo-Hopi Observer will publish letters no longer than 300 words, and reserves the right to edit them for length, grammar, legal issues, clarity and taste. To allow everyone fair access to the column, an individual letter writer may publish only one letter in any 60-day period. People with special insight, expertise or knowledge may submit “Guest Viewpoint” essays which are subject to all the same rules as letters but with a 750-word limit. The Navajo-Hopi Observer prefers that letter writers submit their letters by e-mail or by using this form, but will accept letters which are typewritten double-spaced and within the word limit by regular mail. E-mail letters should go to firstname.lastname@example.org. Writers can send typed or printed-out letters to “Readers speak” at 2717 N. Fourth St., Ste. 110 Flagstaff, AZ 86004. Readers also may submit letters via FAX at (800) 408-4726. However they submit them, writers must include their names, street addresses and phone numbers to allow The Navajo-Hopi Observer to verify authorship. Under no circumstances will The Navajo-Hopi Observer publish unsigned letters.
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