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The never-ending cycle of domestic violence and the family court system that feeds it

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One year left to graduate high school, a young woman with the whole world in front of her with endless dreams and potential – dreams of not only serving in the U.S. Navy and commanding ships but to ultimately become one of the most powerful women – takes a quick turn to becoming a prisoner – a victim of domestic...

Set Apart for a Purpose

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“Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth. As you sent me into the world, so I have sent them into the world.” John 17:17-18 (ESV)

In Jesus’ final hours, He prays for His disciples (those who follow Him with their lives). We can learn from this prayer Jesus’ priorities from what he asks of His Father in Heaven.

In our modern world, we seldom use the term “sanctify” or “sacred,” and it would help if we understood it better. To “sanctify” something is “to set apart for a sacred [holy] purpose,” “to make it free from sin.” Yet this still leaves the word a little foreign to us. Therefore, let us consider a similar example from the medical world as an...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF OCTOBER 15

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Venus and Mercury are in Scorpio Oct. 9-31. Prepare for intense communications that are fair and balanced. This will be a welcome change from the chaos of the previous weeks. Now is the time to dig deep and look for the truth. Madame G recommends you embrace the truth (not fear it) for as Keats said: “Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty.” Good luck!


Aries (March 21-April 19)

The truth cannot hurt you, but fear of the truth will. You may not like what you hear and it might cause some emotional upset (or indigestion) but you’ll be grateful in the end. It’s like ripping off a band aide — rip it off quickly and don’t focus on it. In the end, it’s better to know where you stand and...

Zuni Pueblo artists take a stand for Native American art authenticity

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In the center of the Universe sits the Pueblo of Zuni. Here all things exist in an intermingling balance represented best by the pueblo’s artwork. Using the gifts of the Earth, Zuni Artists transform natural materials to tell the story of their people.

Zuni Pueblo artists are internationally recognized for their master craftsmanship in silversmithing, stone inlay, beadwork, fetish carving, pottery and more.

For the Zuni people Art is more than a part of culture and traditions, it is a way of life.

Eighty-plus percent of households in Zuni pueblo make a portion of their income from the sale of arts and crafts. However, as Wells Mahkee Jr., Executive Director of Zuni Pueblo...

Letter to the Editor

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Editor,

I am a veteran of the United States Army, having served four years in the Korean Conflict. I am 82 years old and I have served my country along with three of my brothers who are deceased. We served our country and we were honored to serve our country.

Having served our country, I am eligible for the benefits that come as a result of my service. Unfortunately, this service is very difficult to access.

In order to be served by the Veterans Affairs, I have to wait long hours to be seen by a provider. I have to arrange to have my family members transport me to the Albuquerque VA Hospital for specialty care. This is a two-and-a-half-hour drive one way and then I must wait 5 to 6...

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