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Bassist Tommy Gibbons to host a free clinic downtown

Tommy Gibbons, bassist, for the heavy metal band, Flaw, will be in Gallup to do a free clinic on behalf of Orange Amps at Quintana’s Music, 200 West Coal Ave., at 5 pm on Feb. 11.

Gibbons who joined the band Flaw in 2016, also played guitar with Tantric, and other...

ADOPT ME!

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This sweet boy is available for adoption at the Gallup McKinley Humane Society located at 1315 B Hamilton Road.  Gypsy is 3-5 years old and has a very gentle and calm disposition.  He even sits on command!  His ID# is 13893.  Please call (505) 863-2616 for more information.

ADOPT ME!

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Up for adoption at the Gallup McKinley Humane Society is Chico!  She is a heeler mix and her ID number is 13764.  The humane society is located at 1315 B. Hamilton Road next door to the Cedar Animal Clinic. Call 505-863-2616 for more information.

Camille’s Teacher of the Month: Susan Bongers

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Former substitute SHARES THE joy of teaching

Each month, Camille’s Sidewalk Cafe in Gallup chooses and recognizes one local teacher within the Gallup area for the Teacher of the Month award.

Teachers are nominated by students, to those who feel they deserve the recognition for their effortless determination to help local students become more than they expect.

Camille’s presents teachers with an award for their excellence in teaching. For the month of December, Camille’s chose Susan Bongers, a sixth grade teacher at Gallup Middle School, who was pretty ecstatic when told she was chosen for Teacher of the Month.

“I got the call at school and was so excited, I quickly went back...

Hundreds of women from NM go to D.C. to make their voices heard

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WHAT NOW? SOME ASK

Hundreds of women from around various towns and municipalities in New Mexico headed to Washington, D.C., this past weekend – not to attend then President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, but the Women’s March on Washington Jan. 21.

The event, which drew an estimated 500,000 people, was organized as a way to appeal to the incoming administration to respect diversity and human rights.

According to the event’s national website, the goal was to “join in diversity to show our presence in numbers too great to ignore.”

The event followed an inauguration of a president who, while campaigning, vowed to build a wall between the United States and Mexico...

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