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Gallup Police seek armed robbery suspects

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Following an armed robbery, Gallup police are seeking information about three suspects.

A single gun shot was fired inside C and R Insurance at 1365 N. U. S. Hwy. 491 Dec. 4, during a robbery. No injuries were reported. The amount of money taken has not been determined.

The suspects being sought by police are described as a...

Man dies after shooting near Elva Drive

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A shooting near the 1400 block of Elva Drive took the life of 50-year-old Russell Shack of Gallup on Dec. 3.

Gallup Police responded to an emergency call of shots fired at 10:09 am and found Shack injured at the scene. He was taken to a local hospital, but succumbed to his injuries.

Police are now looking for 27-year-old Amber Yazzie of Gallup as a person of interest in this case. Yazzie is described as 5'2" tall, weighs about 138 lbs and has a tattoo on her face.

Anyone with information in reference to this incident is asked to contact Metro Dispatch at (505) 722-2002 and/or Crimestoppers at (877) 722-6161.

TENT CITY

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Once again we have to move

Take care of what is yours

And you can have what is mine,

Our love is tough

Through dirt and dust

Last night was scary but we’ll be fine.

 

There will come a day

To hide under the covers

One of us will have to stay awake

To keep each other safe.

 

Why can’t they see

The whole world

Is a tent city,

Everything burns

We can stay warm

Save some for tomorrow.

Stay close to me

And we will build

Our own tent city,

Society falls

We welcome them all

If there is a tomorrow.

 

I sew the eye back on a Xmas doll

You got from a shelter home,

Empty bellies with full hearts

Drawing on walls, racing shopping carts

Wherever we’re at is our...

Festival of Trees going strong after ten years

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The generosity, pride of Gallup on display

The holiday season is known as a time for giving, when people reflect on the previous year and share their good fortune with others. More than friends and family, this kindness is also given to people they don’t know, as well as those less fortunate.

Sharing and giving back to the community is the cornerstone for the Festival of Trees, which has become a staple in Gallup in the 10 years since its launch.

The event’s organizer, The Community Pantry, states the festival is more than a display of dazzling decorated Christmas trees and wreaths. It represents the generosity and pride of Gallup and its community.

“This is a time of the...

Gallup goes to Macy’s for Thanksgiving

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Gallupians can see five of their neighbors on the screen as this year’s cartoon balloon animals pass by in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.

Alyssa Acevedo, Shana Begay, Sophia Sanchez, Ashlin Tom and Keili Vidales will be performing and representing the Miyamura Patriette Dance Team under the banner MHS All Star Dance Team right in front of Macy’s Nov. 25. They will be five among about 600 dancers in this year’s event.

The dance team is coached by Michelle Sanchez, who was assistant coach when they  qualified to perform in the parade in 2019. Now Sanchez is head coach and her daughter Sophia, who also appeared at the 2019 performance, is captain of the dance...
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