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Reaching a Compromise for Solvency

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Re: HB7/SB114 – School district cash balances

SANTA FE – The State of New Mexico finds itself in the throes of fixing a historic structural deficit, which includes shoring up our current fiscal year to pay our bills.  Our approach working with both the Executive and Legislative branches is to find reserves and cash...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF FEB. 3

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On Friday, prepare for a waxing moon. In Dana Gerhardt’s Moon Watching series, she writes that the full moon gets all the attention, when it comes to crazy. But, you shouldn’t underestimate the first or last quarters moons. This week, prepare for “crisis mode.” Madame G reminds you, where there is crisis, so also is opportunity. Breathe deep and take action.


Aries (March 21-April 19)

Your new path is heading in the right direction. Even if you stumble, that’s still a sign of progress. Instead of ruminating on the “how” or “what”, reflect on your “why”. Read interesting books by diverse people. Seek out the truth in all corners. Discount nothing. Believe only...

McKinley County Federation of United School Employees

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Honorable Council Members,

On Tuesday, February 7th, residents will go to the polls and cast their ballot for District 2 [Church Rock and Crownpoint] Representative on the Gallup-McKinley County School [GMCS] Board.  The District 2 candidates are, Sandra D. Jeff, Freda E. Joe and Charles Long.

Sandra D. Jeff was appointed to the GMCS Board to replace former Board President Titus Nez as Representative of District 2 and has since added her name to the ballot of the upcoming election.  According to the media and investigative reports, it has been revealed—amongst other issues—that

Ms Jeff has resided with her family...

Get inspired after MLK Day

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This year’s observance of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day just happened to fall during the same week when the United States inaugurated a new president –Donald J. Trump.

Dr. King would have been 89 years old last week had an assassin’s bullet not found its mark at that Memphis motel back in 1968. King was 39 years old at the time he died, yet he moved the consciousness of humanity in ways not done before by anyone.

Gallup and McKinley County celebrated King’s birthday with its annual march from the Gallup Cultural center to the Larry B. Mitchell Recreational Center across town. King gave his life for the human struggle, for quality, dignity and opportunity.

It’s a fight that...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF JAN. 27

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Love him or hate him, Donald J. Trump is the 45th President of the United States. In the midst of his inauguration, women and men came together in peaceful (for the most part) protest. Both events mark an historic moment in time. On Jan. 27, a New Moon emerges. Now is the time to come together and usher in new beginnings. Madame G salutes you!


Aries (March 21-April 19)

You’re headed in a new direction. How exciting! Bring your friends close and surround yourself with hope, companionship, and support. Only you can decide where this journey will lead. It’s up to you to determine what your “musts” are and what aren’t. You may even experience an Awakening, as in Kate...

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