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Southern Plains State Regional a success

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The 2015 Southern Plains State Regional in Gallup last weekend finished up on Saturday with just a problem or two, but overall it was a success.

One of the problems was the seasonal rain (I refuse to call it a monsoon, since I know the real meaning of the word) on Thursday. Kudos and lots of thanks to the City...

U-ll Sundevils take Global World Series

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Three events happened last week – two were related – and all provided venues of excitement and positive thoughts.

The GABSA (Gallup Amateur Baseball Softball Association) finished the city tournaments started last Saturday. All of the winners except three will be moving on to state playoffs, though one of those age-bracket tournament may yet be played if rescheduled in time.

Those three winners that will not move on are the Sandy Koufax Yankees, whose tournament was cancelled in Las Cruces. It is not known at this time if it will be re-scheduled. Another winner is the Willie Mays Dodgers, who won their division from a fourth seed. Their manager was unable to take the time off his...

GABSA City Champions

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Red Rock Motor Sports Club finishers

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Steve Daugherty – First, over 30 A & B, Gallup; Ryan Roper – Second, over 30 C, Crownpoint; Charles Tafoya – Third, over 30 C, Gallup; Mario Romero – Second, Quad A, Gallup; Benjamin Harvey – Third, Quad A, Gallup; Justin Hicks – Second, Quad C, Continental Divide; Douglas Perry – Third, 65cc (10-11 years old), Crownpoint; Notah Silversmith – Third, 450 Open, Twin Lakes; Ryan Roper – Fifth, 450 Open, Crownpoint; Dillon Martinez – Fourth, Quad B, Gallup; Ray Palacios, Jr.  – Fifth, Quad B, Gallup; Steve Daugherty – First, Over 40 A & B, Gallup; Barnard Cowboy – Third, Over 40 C, Crownpoint; Dameon Silva – Second, Over 40 C, Gallup...

The Fighting House Brothers

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Life in the 1940s was not even close to the politically correct society of today. It was rough, and tumble, especially for the four brothers who grew up in Dilkon, AZ.

Their mother was from the Oneida Tribe of New York state, while dad was Dineh, and fighting quickly became a past time for all of them, even though there was seven years difference between the oldest and the youngest. But it is the life of the oldest, Gordon, that is the center of this story.

By 1940, the 15-year old House had won the first of three consecutive Golden Gloves championships in three different states, NM, AZ, and NV. Gordon even appeared on a fight card for the Third Annual 20-30 Club Boxing Tournament...

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