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12th annual Gurley Motor Co. Route 66 Car, Truck & Street Rod Show wheels into Gallup

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The 12th Annual Gurley Motor Co. Route 66 Car, Truck & Street Rod Show will wheel and fly its way into Gallup, July 27-29. Balloons will undergo mass ascensions in and around Gallup Friday through Sunday  mornings.

Gurley Motor Company will be hosting two cruise nights with Friday evening being the first. The participants...

RMCHCS, Western Health Foundation host 3rd Annual Adventure Mud Run

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Entry fees raises funds for hospital equipment

Rehoboth McKinley Christian Healthcare Services and the Western Health Foundation invites Gallup and residents from across New Mexico to participate in the sloppiest and dirtiest mud race ever witnessed at the 3rd Annual Adventure Mud Run July 28, at the Gallup OHV Motocross Park on Hasler Valley Road in Gallup.

The race will feature 30 obstacles across the mud, dirt and water, challenging participants in their attempts to crawl, climb and swing across a 5k or 10k obstacle course. This year the Adventure Mud Run is adding an exciting new feature: teams! Racers are encouraged to sign up with friends, family, or co-workers as they take on...

Nizhóní Girls jam out at Arts Crawl

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All female band wows audience with their ‘Rez-Style/Surf’ beat

Three indigenous women rooted in the Navajo Nation and Pueblo of Laguna performed in Gallup after Arts Crawl at the Silver Stallion July 14. The trio sat down for an interview with the Sun prior to their evening show at the fledgling bike repair shop.

The Diné word Nizhóní means “beautiful” in English.

Rebecca “Becki” Jones, Diné/guitar and back-up vocals, Liz McKenzie, Diné/bass and vocals, and Lisa Lorenzo, Pueblo of Laguna/drums, are passionate about making and playing music. They came up with the name because each feels beautiful in their own way. Their sound can be described as “desert...

o p o art you will love

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Irving Bahe II, Rossi Bright EXHIBITS on tap

July 14 Arts Crawl was once again buzzing with local artists showcasing their assorted styles of art. The Opo Gallery, located at 305 S. Second St., across from Camille’s Sidewalk Café was no exception to the local buzz. The gallery recently moved, and requested via email to spread the word about their new digs.

And the quaint cottage features its share of talent.

Irving Bahe II and Rossi Bright, both local, and no stranger to the flux of talented artists in the area, came out to share their works of art, and to also share what art means to them.

Diné artist Bahe has made a name for himself with his comical cartoon characters...

Local grappling group sweeps the competition

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Sanchez Academy competed at the Albuquerque North America Grappling Association June 30. The group cleaned up in the awards category, respectively.

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