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Downtown Night Out – a boost for local biz

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SpotLight on the Phoenix-based band ‘DAISY’

Gallup Coffee Company was one of several establishments that teamed up to bring the community of Gallup together to join in on a night of special offerings and entertainment, hosted by downtown businesses.

The American Bar, Camille’s Sidewalk Café, Coal Street...

Camille’s Café honors Lincoln Elementary teacher with first award for 2017-18

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Rachel Ortega, a kindergarten teacher at Lincoln Elementary School, has been named the Camille’s Sidewalk Café Teacher of the Month for September. Each month, folks  write down the name of their favorite teacher, and say why they have the best teacher. They then put into a jar that is established at the café.

In recognition of this tribute, Ortega was presented with a gift basket from Camille’s Manager Tisha Boyd. Boyd was content with their first Teacher of the Month award that was gifted to Ortega.

“I am happy that she received this prize,” Boyd said. “Ortega was my son’s kindergarten teacher a few years ago, and it is wonderful to see her commit to her students as...

There’s no place like Homecoming for Miyamura Patriots

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‘Mud’ film now enters post-production

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The film crew for “Mud” (Hashtł’ishnii) wrapped up their three-day production Sept. 11.

The film crew shot their production in three separate locations in Gallup.  Other scenes were in Lupton, Arizona and in Black Hat, N.M., at a convenience store.

A challenging scene was filmed in a Chevy pickup truck while in motion on U.S. Route 491 and State Highway 264.

“Filming in Gallup and on the Navajo Nation was a great experience for us,” said Shaandiin Tome, writer and director of Mud. “We had the best team I have ever worked with on a production.”

Members of the film crew are from Grand Rapids, Mich., to Los Angeles, Calif.  Other members are from Taos, Santa Fé...

Gallup Boys & Girls Club receives grant from Taco Bell

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The Boys & Girls Club of Gallup recently had the opportunity to continue with their mission to support local youth. Taco Bell awarded the club with a check in the amount of $3,000.

James Rich, franchise owner of High Desert, LLC Taco Bell, presented Marisa Hutchinson, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Gallup the grant on Sept. 24, at the Boys & Girls Club facility located on Princeton Avenue.

“Taco Bell was gracious enough to award us this grant opportunity to support us as a program for our local youth,” Hutchinson said.

The funding that was presented to Hutchinson and her team will be utilized to sustain the youth at the club. The funding is directed towards the teen program to...

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