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‘God’s Blessing’ – Part 2 Life After Tennessee

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PART TWO OF THREE

Where do you go after a whirlwind of activity and intense learning of five years comes to an end? Most would choose home, that one place of family and friends that you grow up with and where you are able to rest until the next step of your future presents itself. That was where Felicia Guliford went...

Fashion Show raises more than $2k for charity

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When we decided to do the Fashion Show after many years of not having one,  we want people to recognize Rio West Mall as a place to be for events and that we are a part of the community so we decided that the Fashion Show would also be a great opportunity to raise money for a non-profit organization in McKinley County.

We chose the John Harlin Community Pantry because by helping them, we would be helping 16 plus organizations that they provide food to on a daily basis.

Our “What’s In the Bag” Fundraiser raised a total of $2,256.00 for the pantry and on top of that, we had an awesome Fashion Show Sept. 12.

‘Sparky’ appears before City Council

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From Left, Gallup Fire Department Lt. Jonathan Dayton, Councilor Allan Landavazo, Fire Marshal Jesus “Chuy” Morales, Sparky, and Chief Eric Babcock are presented with a proclamation by the city (Sept. 22) for Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 4-10. Morales and fellow fire fighters gave a short presentation on the importance of having fire alarms in each room of your house and hallways as well. Preparation is key during a structure fire, including designating a meet up place once everyone escapes from the home. In 2013, there were 3,240 reported civilian deaths and more than $9.5 billion in reported fire damages in the United States. Photo Credit: Babette Herrmann

Vice President Nez celebrates student union building renovations

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TSAILE, Ariz.—Students at the main campus of Dine’ College now have new housing.

On Sept. 18, college faculty, administration, special guests and the general public celebrated 32 new housing units and the newly renovated Student Union Building.

A Title III grant from the U.S. Department of Education funded the new housing units and building renovations, at a cost of more than $15 million. The housing units totaled $13 million and the SUB renovations were completed at a cost of $2.1 million.

The housing complex incorporated Navajo cultural elements and are a mix of two and three-bedroom units with a full service kitchen, bathroom, washer, dryer, microwave, refrigerator and...

Council to help youth, veterans

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation Council approved the 2016 budget. Following seven hours of debate concerning the many needs of the Navajo people, the Navajo Nation Council voted to approve the Nation’s Fiscal Year Comprehensive Budget on Sept. 22.

The budget required two-thirds approval, or 16 supporting votes, to pass. Legislation sponsor Council Delegate Alton Joe Shepherd (Jeddito, Cornfields, Ganado, Kin Dah Lichíí, Steamboat), asked his colleagues to support the budget as opposed to considering a continuing resolution.

According to the legislation, the overall operating budget totals approximately $620 million, including $556 million for the executive branch, $16...

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