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Cop beater caught in Sanders

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A car thief involved in a hit and run accident and officer assault on Feb. 28 was apprehended at the Sanders, Ariz. Mustang gas station March 1, Gallup Police Department Capt. Rick White said.

After a two-day search, Navajo Police Department investigators and Arizona Department of Public Safety officers arrested Leonard...

U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan coming to Gallup

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McKinley County Board of Commissioners will participate in a Special Round Table discussion being arranged by New Mexico U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan to discuss NCI.  This will be an informational work session and discussion. This meeting will be held March 4, beginning at  1:30 pm at the El Morro Meeting Center (South Second Street).

Any recommendations for action to be taken by the County Commission will be placed on a subsequent regular meeting of the County Commission. For information call (505) 722-3868.

Gallup Lady Bengals shut out Farmington for district championship win

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Congratulations to our local District 1 Basketball champs!

Gallup Lady Bengals win against Farmington 70-64.

Tohatchi Lady Cougars dominate Navajo Prep

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Congratulations to Tohatchi's Lady Cougars!

The Tohatchi Cougars girls basketball team won Saturday's 1-3A District home tournament game against Navajo Prep by a score of 52-42.

Audit unveils excess of inconsistencies within district’s financial reporting

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In a recent audit report of the Gallup-McKinley County Schools, conducted by Accounting and Consulting Group, LLP,  shows deficiencies in internal control over financial reporting for the date ending in June 30, 2015.

It was stated in the in the General Funds Report, the total revenues amounted to about $100.5 million and the total amount of expenditures is $85.6 million. This also reflects the excess (deficiency) amount of revenues over expenditures which amounts to $14.8 million.

The audit uncovered that the district is not keeping track of lodging receipts for purchases made with the superintendent’s credit cards and two transactions occurred with a total amount of $1,310.57...

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