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‘MR. FOX’ VS. COVID-19: MORTAL COMBAT

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Robot to fight virus at Twin Lakes Elementary

Robots will soon be joining students at Gallup-McKinley  County schools in the district’s battle against COVID-19, the common cold, and the flu in the classroom.

When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in 2020, GMCS tried many strategies to keep its schools as healthy as...

Fixing Gallup’s housing problem

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Jason  Valentine built a career  out of knowing about the housing market. As a realtor with Coldwell Banker, he has seen what the housing market in Gallup looks like, and he noticed that it wasn’t good. So he started the Gallup Housing Summit in March 2019, and this year he brought in community leaders like Mayor Louis Bonaguidi, Bill Lee CEO of the Gallup Chamber of Commerce, New Mexico Representative Patricia Lundstrom, D-Gallup, Brett Newberry of the accounting firm Newberry and Associates, and many more.

In an interview with the Sun, Valentine gave a brief overview of what he thinks needs to be done in Gallup to get more houses built and potentially attract more people to...

Earthweek: Diary of a Changing World

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Week ending Friday, March 26, 2021


Bovine Emissions

Feeding beef cattle a small supplement of red seaweed each day could sharply cut the amount of the greenhouse gas methane that the animals expel into the atmosphere through burps and flatulence, scientists say. Methane is 30 times more effective at trapping heat in the atmosphere than CO2, making cows important contributors to global heating. Researchers from the University of California, Davis say that after feeding cows about three ounces of the marine plant per day for 21 weeks, they saw an 80 percent reduction in methane produced by the ruminant animals. The team is working on ways to make it easier to feed the cows seaweed and...

Governor signs measure to improve forest management

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SANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed House Bill 57 into law March 18. HB 57 is an environmental measure that will help the state improve forest management amid a changing climate through the use of prescribed burns, which will lessen the risk of catastrophic wildfires.

“The Prescribed Burning Act is an important proactive action for our state to ensure our forests and watersheds provide clean water and other benefits for future generations – while recognizing and mitigating the impacts of a changing climate,” Lujan Grisham said.

The bill – sponsored by Rep. Matthew McQueen, D-Santa Fe, Rep. Gail Armstrong, R-Magdalena, Senate Majority Leader Peter Wirth, D-Santa Fe...

Missing person case hits a somber milestone

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A person going missing is something that can shake a community to its core. That someone can just disappear without a trace can stir a range of emotions from the locals. It also brings questions such as “Why?” and “Who?”

 

These feelings and questions have plagued long-time residents of Gallup and surrounding areas for over three decades in one of the most notorious missing persons cases in the state. April 6 marked 35 years since 9-year-old Anthonette Cayedito was taken from her home in the middle of the night.


Despite a bevy of tips and leads that have come up in years since, the fate of Cayedito is still unknown.


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