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The Navajo Generating Station uses coal to produce electricity. Because of recently declining prices of natural gas, the station is facing an uncertain future. Adobe stock

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Generating Station employees express concerns to President Begaye

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez addressed employees of the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) March 4 at the LeChee Chapter House in Page, Arizona.

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Hard choices ahead as officials look at future of Navajo power plant

Despite pledges to look for alternatives, closing the Navajo Generating Station in Page could devastate the local economy, where hundreds of jobs rely on the plant and affiliated coal mine and where experts see few, if any, workable solutions.

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Navajo Generating Station to close by 2019, plant owners say

The owners of the Navajo Generating Station in Page voted Feb. 13 to keep the plant operating until its lease ends in December 2019, pending agreement with the Navajo Nation on reclamation of the site.

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Update: NGS owners say plant will close in 2019

Closing date hinges on agreement with Navajo Nation on reclamation of site

Update: Navajo Generating Station to close in 2019, plant owners say. Look for updates in next week's NHO.