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Potholes, bad spots a thing of the past


Milling and inlaying are being done to a short stretch of U.S. Highway 491 as it goes out of Gallup and near the east and west exit points to Shiprock and Window Rock — and at a cost of $3.2 million, officials said.

The work is not connected to the bigger and more than $150...

Gallup Council approves LET funds

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The Gallup City Council unanimously followed up on a joint resolution at its June 13 regular meeting that pertains to the fiscal 2018 distribution off liquor excise revenue. City Manager Maryann Ustick told council members that an estimated $1.6 million rests in a liquor excise tax fund, setting the stage for the for the council to go about the business of deciding how the funds would be allocated.

Ustick said some $800,000 is earmarked for the Gallup Detox Center. The city owns the Boyd Avenue building that houses the center and the company that administers services at Gallup Detox is called Na’Nihzhoozhi Center, Inc., commonly called NCI.

“It’s greatly appreciated,” Ustick...

City, chamber officials go to D.C.

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Tourism, marketing main point of trip

Officials from the city of Gallup and the Gallup-McKinley County Chamber of Commerce travelled to Washington, D.C., earlier this month to attend the annual IPW — known within the tourism industry as the International Pow Wow.

The event, which was locally attended by Bill Lee, executive director at the chamber, and Jennifer Lazarz, Gallup tourism and marketing director, is billed as the largest tourism trade show in North America. It is the travel industry’s premier international marketplace and the largest generator of travel to the United States.

The trip went from June 4 through June 7 for Lee and Lazarz. The chamber has a long-standing...

Chuska Apartments in Gallup expands homeless units

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The Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico announced June 15, that it’s converting 10 apartment units at Chuska Apartments from transitional housing to permanent supportive housing effective July 1, 2017.

The organization made the decision to add additional permanent housing units in keeping with its mission to prevent and reduce homelessness through permanent supportive housing. Staff have met with local social service agencies to provide training in the application process and will offer the training as requested.

SHC-NM is seeking applicants to fill the units who meet the following requirements:

Families that are experiencing chronic homelessness – only the head of...

Toulouse Oliver will run for full term as SOS

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In news that surprised no one, Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver announced Tuesday that she will run for reelection.

“From modernizing campaign finance rules to increasing ballot access and voter education in our native and rural communities, we are making swift progress on many of the priorities I set early on,” the Democrat said in her press release. “I look forward to serving a full term for the people of New Mexico so that we can continue to combat dark money in politics, raise the bar for transparency and accountability in government and cement our sacred voting rights for every eligible citizen.”

No other candidate has announced their intention to run.

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