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Gallup Police Department Captain set to retire

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When Gallup Police Department Capt. Rick White used to sit through interviews with the media, it was in his role as public information officer – answering questions about the myriad of crimes and deaths that occur in Gallup. The kind of stuff that swirls in an officer’s mind each day at the office, and can be talked...

These Deputies Rock!

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McKinley County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. LaSheena Johnson, Deputy Johnson Lee, and Deputy Arnold Noriega take time out of their day on May 17 to shoot some hoops with some Gamerco kids. Photo Credit: Courtesy

Faster Pussycat rocks Gallup

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Whoever said “Rock & Roll will never die,” was so ever right, and especially good ole’ classic rock. Gallup was treated to a night of classic rock from the band Faster Pussycat at Juggernaut Music, 308 East Historic Highway 66 May 13.

What is so amazing about this band is that they currently have put out only four albums and they continue to tour and pull in the numbers.

Faster Pussycat is an American glam metal band from Los Angeles, Calif., formed in 1985. The group was most successful during the late 1980’s with their  self-titled debut album, their 1989 gold album Wake Me When It’s Over and the 80,000 selling Whipped! in 1992. Hit songs include, “Bathroom Wall,”...

PNM investments drive economic development initiatives

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Nonprofit WESST helps bring jobs and revenue to NM

PNM and the PNM Resources Foundation contribute more than $3 million to New Mexico nonprofits and community partners each year to support economic, educational, and environmental initiatives in the communities the company serves.

One of its core partnerships is with WESST, a nonprofit small-business-development organization committed to cultivating entrepreneurship throughout the state through training, consulting, incubation, and lending.

“Through our economic vitality giving efforts, we focus on economic-development collaborations, support of local chambers (of commerce), and providing assistance to low-income-qualified families...

Public invited to a Native and Xeric Plant Sale this weekend

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The Plateau Sciences Society will be conducting its 17th Annual Native and Xeric Plant Sale on Saturday, May 21, from 9 am-3 pm. The location of the Plant Sale is the Holiday Nursery, 1214 E, Aztec Ave, which is co-hosting this event.

A large selection of plants (perennials, shrubs, vines and small trees) that are native to this area, or can survive in a hot, dry or low-water environment, have been specially ordered for this occasion.

These plants will be concentrated in the area immediately adjacent to the front gate of the nursery and members of the Plateau Sciences Society will be available to assist the customer regarding the selection of plants.

The Society will also be sponsoring...

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