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Miyamura High School celebrates 2nd annual Multi-Cultural Festival

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Folks from Palestine, Spain, Mexico celebrate culture

It was a cultural mash-up, an ethnic callaloo.

If you asked some of those in attendance, they probably would’ve said in accented English that the event was “awesome.”

Gallupians, both those born here and those who have traveled thousands of miles to adopt...

Garcia, Kumar reclaim city council seats

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77 votes separate Kumar and Chavez

By Bernie Dotson

Sun Correspondent



The two incumbents running for city council seats March 14 reclaimed their seats, according to unofficial election results from Gallup City Hall.



Linda Garcia and Yogash Kumar won council seats in District 1 and District 3, respectively. There are 6,459 eligible voters in Gallup. There were 799 votes cast in the election.



"Everything went very well," Gallup Deputy City Clerk Alicia Palacios said. "There were no problems with the voting machines."



Garcia ran unopposed and garnered 96 total votes. Kumar was challenged by political newcomer and restaurateur Angela Chavez and former city parks and...

A touching tribute: Fallen NPD officer honored at vigil

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By Naomi Chan

Sun Correspondent


The national, state and POW-MIA flags stood at half-mast today at the McKinley County Sheriff’s office, in honor of slain Navajo Police Department Officer Houston James Largo.

Prior to Monday night's vigil for the fallen officer, McKinley County Under Sheriff Paul Lucero said, “Our condolences to his family. He was definitely a good officer and will be missed. Everyone is very sad here.”

MCSO deputies assisted NPD officers in apprehending shooting suspect Kirby Cleveland on Sunday, according to media reports.


Earlier Monday, in symbolic gesture, local law enforcement escorted the body in to the borders of the city to Rollie's Mortuary...

Navajo Nation Police officer succumbs to gunshot injury

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One suspect in custody

Staff Reports




The FBI Albuquerque Division issued a media update stating that Officer Houston James Largo, 27, has passed away Sunday from critical injuries incurred from being shot earlier that morning near Prewitt, N.M.















The officer was taken to the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque where he passed away at about 3 pm















Largo was a decorated officer who had served with the Navajo Nation Police Department for four years and six months. He was from Thoreau, N.M. and served with the Crownpoint District.

Suspect Kirby Cleveland was arrested; details about the suspect are still pending.




The case...

GMCS welcomes new board members

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Thoreau Elementary to be re-constructed

THOREAU, N.M. - No doubt the past few months have been professionally painful for members of the Gallup-McKinley County Board of Education, the former members of which went through the ups and downs of having to get rid of a former superintendent.

If that wasn’t enough, there was constant uproar that one of the board’s members didn’t actually live in the district that she represented.

But at the March 6 regular board meeting at Thoreau Elementary School, the Thoreau High School band played a splendid rendition of the national anthem as new school board members Michael Schaaf, Christopher Mortensen and Charles Long took the oath of...

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