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Me and Bobbi McGee

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A proud grandpa looks closely at his family’s newest addition, as yet unnamed. Born on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at Presbyterian Hospital and weighing in at six pounds, seven ounces, this bundle of pink joy is the daughter of Kyle and Lindsay Hartsock. Her four brothers and three sisters think she is pretty special, as do her...

Gallup recycling center updates

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The Train Station and Larry Brian Mitchell recycling centers will be closed on Sept. 7 in observance of Labor Day. The Gallup Transfer Station will have reduced hours that day: 8 am - 2 pm.

The Larry Brian Mitchell Recreation Center recycling center will be open regular hours on Sept. 5 from 10 am-2 pm.  This site is staffed on Saturdays only by McKinley Citizens’ Recycling Council volunteers.  Volunteers are always needed to help monitor the two Saturday shifts. Contact Barbara (505) 905-5233 if interested in becoming part of this dedicated team.

McKinley Citizens’ Recycling Council Monthly Meeting:

First Saturdays of the month.

Sept. 5 at 2 pm

Red Mesa Center - 105 W...

Central High School savers visit Pinnacle Bank

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Believe it or not, 11 percent of adult Americans stash cash under a mattress.  Another 10 percent store it in a cookie jar.  In fact, a 2012 Marist College survey revealed that more than three quarters of us hide money somewhere in the home.

Students at Gallup Central High School participating in the Graduation, Reality, and Dual-Role Skills (GRADS) class this fall have a better option – it’s called a bank.

A statewide initiative aimed at educating pregnant and parenting teens, GRADS students learn the ins and outs of healthy parenting with training on prenatal care, childhood development, economic independence, and a host of other valuable life skills in addition to their...

Taco Bell Foundation raises funds for local Boys and Girls Clubs

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Boys & Girls Club of Gallup and High Desert QSR LLC a locally owned and operated franchise of Taco Bell will be hosting an event Aug. 28, in honor of local high school students who graduated in the Class of 2015. The event is made possible through a $13,000 grant from the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens.

“Graduation season is our favorite time of year. We’ve watched these young men and women in our community work so hard to get to this point and it’s a thrill to share in their joy of earning that diploma,” said James Rich, owner of High Desert QSRs LLC. “We are proud to recognize our new grads and we are committed to our future graduate right here in Gallup, NM”. Rich also...

Cash Cow donates school supplies

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