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Diné College Tuba City student receives achievement award

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Tatyanna Begay selected to Participate in DHS Program

TUBA CITY, Ariz. — Tatyanna Begay has always been an intelligent, friendly and hard-working student, according to the speakers at an April 26 Student Academic Achievement Awards Ceremony at Diné College.



“(Diné) College will always be a part of your future,”...

Junior Public Safety Academy members clean up Thoreau

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Balderas to hold free financial literacy trainings

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Española, N.M. — Attorney General Hector Balderas announced a series of financial literacy trainings May 2, which will be held throughout the state as part of the settlement with Visa and MasterCard, the United States’ two largest payment card networks, over a lawsuit brought by the New Mexico Office of the Attorney General alleging excessive fees charged during credit and debit card transactions. The “Read the Fine Print” financial literacy trainings are free and open to the public.

“I’m committed to protecting New Mexico consumers and that means ensuring they have access to the training and educational tools necessary to become informed consumers,” Balderas said...

Opo Gallery to host ‘Candy Kitchen Show’

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Following Linda Bowlby’s death Jan. 26, her family is keeping her spirit alive with the reopening of Opo Gallery.

Opo will present “The Candy Kitchen Show” May 12 from 6-8 pm during Gallup ArtsCrawl, at their new location at Fitz’s, on 305 S. 2nd Street.

The gallery’s new hours will be Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 am-3 pm, and Tuesday evenings during nightly Indian dances.

For more information or appointment, call (505) 726-2497.

Passion, love of animals fueled Chris Cape’s heart and soul

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Constantly rescuing needy dogs and puppies—and felines—often burns out the most dedicated rescuer.

Trust me, I know. I have been at this nonstop since 2010, and it only gets more difficult to see animals suffer. It never gets easier. And it’s all human caused. Humans don’t see the “butterfly effect” of the choices they make on behalf of their animals.

To put it in perspective, it’s like the faucet that never shuts off; it’s always gushing out dogs and cats in desperate need of help—in need of rescue.

It’s dedicated folks like Christine Cape, 54, the former president of Blackhat Humane Society, who answer those calls for help. When dogs were rescued by her, it’s...

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