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Local writers pen book on Gallup’s notable denizens

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Gallup Independent Elizabeth Hardin-Burrola didn’t set out to write the book, “Legendary Locals of Gallup.”

Instead, it came about like one of those things that fall into place and blossom given the right opportunity – by happenstance, one could say.

Hardin-Burrola was approached by Arcadia Publishing, based out...

AG: Cash your ‘National Mortgage Settlement’ checks now

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ALBUQUEQUE – Attorney General Hector Balderas announced Aug. 10 that 192 New Mexico homeowners still need to cash their National Mortgage Settlement checks, and that a letter was sent to them on July 28, 2017 from Rust Consulting, Inc. instructing them how to request a new check if they did not previously receive one. Checks must be cashed, or a new check must be requested, before August 25, 2017or the funds will be transferred to the State of New Mexico.

“It’s important that New Mexico homeowners receive the money they are entitled to from the National Mortgage Settlement before those funds are transferred to the state as unclaimed property,” Balderas said...

Southwest Indian Foundation honors Navy Seabees

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Photos by Knifewing Segura

Sheriff asking for public’s help in finding missing woman

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SAN RAFAEL – The Cibola County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information related to the disappearance of a San Rafael woman on Sunday.

Alicia Corina Sonneborn was last seen Aug. 6 and reported missing from her home by her sister. No indications of her whereabouts have been found since she was last seen.

Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace said Thursday that the department is still engaged in an acitve search but have found nothing to help locate the missing woman. “We are using K9s, drones, ground troops and luminol. We brought in more K9s,” he said.

Sonneborn is 57 years old, five feet tall and weighs approximately 130 pounds. She was last seen wearing black capri-type pants...

What is ICIP? Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan

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GRANTS – ICIP is a five-year plan that establishes planning priorities for anticipated capital projects. The state-coordinated process encourages local governments to plan for the development of capital improvements to that they do not find themselves in emergency situations, but can plan for, fund, and develop infrastructure at a pace that sustains their activities.

The City of Grants has participated in the ICIP for many years. Last year, the top-five projects approved by the city’s council  included: 1) broadband and fiber optics network; 2) water, sewer, drainage, and streets; 3) First and Second Streets and Roosevelt Avenue road projects and utility; 4) flooding at Washington...
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