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Guide to the stars WEEK OF July 3-9

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Cancer (June 21-July 22)

It’s your time of the year to shine Cancer! It’s your birthday season and with the sun and fervent Mars joined at the hip in a galactic two-step, you’re feeling rather bold and brazen. You may even feel like sassing your boss, spouse or your buddies. Stop there. That behavior will serve to...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF June 26 - July 2, 2015

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Aries (March 21-April 19)

Madame G is feeling refreshed after a psychic retreat at the XYZ Ranch. Now Aries, with your sharp wit and eye for detail, you are going to be coming into a more fruitful financial situation that you can use to take a vacation or at least go on a Rio West shopping spree. Don’t use that sharp wit to slay someone verbally. It will put a barrier between you and your fortune.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Those two stars in the sky lined up are actually two planets – Jupiter and Venus. It’s a temporary, star-crossed love affair. But don’t let that happen to you. If you have a sweetheart, treat him or her right. Shower them with love, hugs, and candy, and not...

Sen. Munoz: the ‘Economic Freedom Index’ is a valuable resource

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Our local Senator George Munoz made it clear last year that our myriad of local vagrancy, alcohol and poverty problems, which have only become worse after decades of the same progressive statist approach, should not be a “blame game”but should be about solutions.

His solution is to keep the status quo. The voters of New Mexico spoke in November sending the clear message they are fed up with democrat solutions, which keep our state economically trailing our neighboring states as well as nationally. Yet, Munoz and his fellow senate democrats insist on economy killing tax hikes to finance capital outlay funding thus obstructing passage of the bill.

That may be just as well though...

Time to man up and get your check up

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New Mexico Dept. Of Health

Fact: We guys tend to try being too manly for our own good. Remember a couple of weeks ago when singer Enrique Iglesias sliced his hand on the blades of a drone flying over his concert stage? Consider that Exhibit: A.

The man actually continued to perform for half an hour with a blood‐soaked t‐shirt wrapped around his hand before deciding maybe he needed to see a doctor.  Turned out it was more than a cut. Iglesias broke his hand and required reconstructive surgery from the blade slices.

Here’s another fact: according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), men are 24‐percent less likely than women to have visited a doctor within...

Dear Editor:

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Thank you for your publication of the valuable stories about the Jim Harlin Community Pantry.

The first story about the HOPE Garden grants credit to Youth Conservation Corps.  I am the long-time director of that excellent City of Gallup sponsored youth workforce program.  Over 15 years, Gallup YCC has completed a number of worthwhile projects of durable community benefit with a trained, equipped, supervised, and paid youth workforce recruited from our community.

Corps members are appropriately proud of all their work –adventure trails, safe routes to school, gardens, restoration projects.  Gallup YCC built the Brickyard Bike Park alongside City Parks & Recreation workers and...

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