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Hard work pays off for Tiny Tots Pageant

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Little ones share culture while having fun

“Hard work pays off” were the encouraging words of one child’s father to help her win in the 2019 Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Tiny Tots Pageant program held Aug. 5 at the El Morro Theatre.

This year’s 2019 Tiny Tots contestants included five little girls...

98th Annual Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial Queen Luncheon

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Texas real estate developers see potential in El Mercado Plaza

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Long-term plan in place for center

A long-lasting retail center on the north side of Gallup is now in the hands of a new ownership group that has ideas to reinvigorate it.

Legacy Alliance Holdings, a real estate company based out of Addison, TX, recently finalized a deal to purchase El Mercado Plaza, 819 N. Hwy. 491, Gallup, N.M. Legacy first identified the plaza as a business opportunity about three years ago.

El Mercado Plaza, which is comprised of the Harbor Freight building, the former Payless store, and Little Caesar’s, was first developed by Munoz Properties, a Gallup-based company that provides commercial and residential real estate and construction services.


Vroom! Scenes from Gurley Car, Truck, and Street Rod Show

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President Nez welcomes Navajo Area IHS director

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Roselyn Tso, Navajo Nation member

Rear Adm. Michael D. Weahkee, IHS principal deputy director, made the announcement on July 29, during the IHS Direct Service Tribes Advisory Committee 4th quarterly meeting in Albuquerque, where President Nez and Navajo Department of Health Executive Director Dr. Jill Jim are meeting with other tribes and IHS officials.

Tso has recently served as director for the IHS Office of Direct Service and Contracting Tribes, where she directed a national program and was responsible for a wide range of agency functions that are critical to the working partnership between the IHS and federally recognized tribes. As Navajo Area director, she will be responsible...

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