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Coach’s Korner: Who is Number 34?!?!

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Just as the peak of Pyramid Rock is supported by its base, so too is our great nation supported by the people it governs. With this in mind we have the ability to assist our government with timely questions that will support her continued greatness.

When it comes to healthcare our voices should be loud. However, I’m not...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF NOVEMBER 3

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Welcome a Full Moon in Taurus on Nov. 4. With the Sun in Scorpio, this should make for a few fun surprises. Taurus will lend a steadying influence to the radically transformative, passionate, and slightly dramatic Scorpio energy. You may appreciate the calm circle surrounding the chaotic center. Madame G recommends mediation and levitation of the thoughts. Don’t get stuck in rut reach towards the heavens.

Aries (March 21-April 19)



As transformations go, this is a positive one. You’re heading towards your higher purpose and valuing the attainable. You may experience peace in knowing that you want what you have. This really is the heart of wisdom and the end of strife. When you...

Letter to the Editor: The Time is Now to Expand NM PreK

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The New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership (NMECDP) recently spent the day in Gallup. The day included a visit to Rehoboth Early Childhood Center and a lunch and community conversation at the Gallup Community Service Center.

NMECDP is focusing on a multi-year initiative to expand the state-funded, voluntary state PreK program to every 3-and 4-year-old who wants it. According to KIDS COUNT, 45.5% of McKinley County’s children, ages 0-5, live in poverty.  Only 49.6% of McKinley County’s 3 and 4-year-olds are enrolled in PreK. For some children, this means that they are entering kindergarten so far behind that they will never catch up.

The time is NOW to expand NM...

Report: NM Black children doing well, compared to nationwide data

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NM scores poorly for children in all other racial, ethnic groups

ALBUQUERQUE— New Mexico’s children — in all racial and ethnic groups except African American — lag behind their demographic cohorts across the nation when it comes to meeting key milestones that will help them achieve their unique potential. That’s according to data in the 2017 Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children report, released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

The Race for Results report uses an index that measures children’s progress on key education, health, and economic milestones, and across racial and ethnic groups at the national and state levels. The report’s...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF OCTOBER 27

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On Friday evening, the Sun in Scorpio forms a square with the Moon in Aquarius. Examine your actions. As you head towards All Hollow’s Eve, when the veil is thinnest, reflect on your rebirth. Consider Scorpio’s higher symbol, the Phoenix, as the ultimate symbol for transformation. The Phoenix is reborn from the ashes. How will you be reborn? Madame G says: Happy Halloween!

Aries (March 21-April 19)



Discovered anything new lately? If you haven’t, then now is the time to search out the answers to some underlying mystery. If you’ve landed on a doozy, you know it’s the right time to search out the answers. You may be surprised by the results. Consider seeking out an untried...

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