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Darryl James, chairman of the board for the Village of Tewa and Melissa Alcala, community service administrator stand in front of a full cord of wood that’s ready to be delivered. (Photo by Patty Talahongva)

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As holiday gifts go, coal is practical for thousands of Hopi families in northern Arizona who are looking for affordable ways to stay warm this winter now that the Kayenta mine is closed.

By By Patty Talahongva, Indian Country Today January 14, 2020
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