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Threats to GMCS

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Feb. 23, 2018

McKinley County Community Members,

Across the United States school districts are dealing with an increase in shooting threats toward their schools since the Parkland High School tragedy. Unfortunately, GMCS has not been excluded from these threats.

We take all threats seriously no matter how the threatening...

We are not garbage!

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We are the creator’s gift and therefore sacred

Is there anything left in this world that isn’t disposable?

On Christmas Eve, Ron Toahami Jackson, photographer, artist and co-founder of Indigenous Horse Nation Protector Alliance (IHNPA), found six puppies, about 4-6 weeks old in a box at the Old Navajo Dump.

Mr. Toahami also runs Ron’s Rez Dogs Rescue. He already had as many as he could care for.  He posted on our joint page IHNPA. Knowing Ron’s situation, I offered to foster the puppies and teamed up with Four Corners Pet Alliance.

Babette Herrmann,  who is the founder of Four Corners Pet Alliance, was also fostering five tiny pups, dumped in a box on the side of the...

The empty cup, a Valentine’s Day story

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They heard the voice say, “It’s hard to fill a cup that’s already full.”

The couple could no longer hear each other. Their relationship had become one responsibility after another. A mortgage must be paid, there were meetings to attend, children must be looked after and aging parents cared for.

When was the last time they really looked at each other? He notices that she no longer has the figure she used to and the temperature of their home is now slightly above freezing inside. Do they really make love anymore, or should they call it something else like duty or obligation?

She is sad, frustrated and depressed. She has carried these feelings for so long it feels like she’s...

It’s okay to turn around

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There is an expression that says, “No matter how far you travel down the road you can always turn around?” When I first heard the statement my immediate thought was this is a gentle way of correcting men who struggle to accept the fact they took a wrong turn somewhere on the road. However, the more I reflected on the expression the more I realized this is really a statement about the courage it takes to change the way we think or behave when a better alternative has been presented to us.

I trust the following examples will make this point clear for you.

1958

Do you know that since 1958 it has been known that supplemental chromium (a mineral) will prevent and treat diabetes as...

Veterans, active-duty to be honored by legislature

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SANTA FE —Military veterans and active-duty personnel will be honored at the State Capitol in Santa Fe on Jan. 31 during Military and Veterans Day at the 2018 Legislature.

This annual day during the legislative session is presented by the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services and the New Mexico National Guard to honor active-duty service members and veterans for their sacrifice and service for our country.

The highlight every year is a noon ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda honoring not only active-duty personnel and veterans, but also a particular segment of the military community. This year’s ceremony will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and the 50th...

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