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Bob Dylan’s ‘Hometown’ Hopes singer to play local fest

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prize winner and legendary folk singer Bob Dylan has famously claimed that he grew up in Gallup, NM. Now, Gallup, a small desert town in northwestern New Mexico, is hoping to bring the musician back to his roots with a brand-new music festival.

“Doin’ Dylan: Gallup’s Bob Dylan Tribute Concert” will feature regional...

Cibola Arts Council sponsors golden hour ‘photo safari’

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Everybody welcome to shoot the ‘Mother Road’

GRANTS –  Amateur and professional photographers will have a chance to “safari” down the Grants and Milan stretch of Highway 66 June 10 during the early morning “golden hour.” The “golden hour” for photographers is that time when the light adds mood and texture to photographs, early morning or late afternoon. Shooting in the field is from 6 am to 9 am or so.

The event begins and ends the Cibola Arts Council’s Double 66 Gallery in Grants and is open to everyone.

“I’ll have cinnamon rolls and coffee at 6 am,” Executive Director Robert Gallegos said, adding that there will be refreshment for the return to the...

Wingate’s Keziah Pine to attend Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas

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Former Gallup security guard, theatre worker now a ‘Fighting Indian’

After experiencing a year in the work world to contemplate life and “to just think about what I wanted to do,” Wingate High School graduate Keziah Pine is now poised to attend college come fall of 2017.

Pine, a former student council president at Wingate and standout volleyball player for the Lady Bears, signed a letter-of intent-June 5 to attend Haskell University in Lawrence, Kan. Pine, 19, signed the letter in the presence of her parents, Donald and Mary Pine, Wingate volleyball coach Karen Malone and Wingate assistant volleyball coach Melody West. The signing took place at Wingate High School.


Coach’s Korner … It’s Not Meant For You?

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Last year I addressed a diet question from a California gentleman who wanted know if it were possible to get into really good shape without a restrictive diet or training like an Olympian. My answer to the question was yes, and the answer remains yes. But there’s got to be a catch somewhere, right? No, there is no catch but there is a requirement to have a fundamental understanding of natural law to fully appreciate how food works in our bodies.

The late Dr. Sebi said, “If you want a great example of how you should be eating all you have to do is take a look at the zoo.” Animals in the natural world eat according to their DNA (your body’s instruction for living) and for this...

Calling Local Actors

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