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‘Spectre’ brings back old-fashioned ‘Bond’ formula

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Rating: ««« out of 4 stars

Running Time: 150 min.

I’m a huge James Bond fan, so I’ll admit to being biased as far as entries in this spy series go. The previous Daniel Craig films have all been grittier and moodier affairs, even going so far to examine the psychological trails of being an agent and critiquing some...

Second Street Arts Festival coming to Downtown Gallup

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On Nov. 21, from 10 am - 4 pm gallupARTS will hold its first Annual Second Street Arts Festival. For this holiday kick-off event, we will shut down Second Street from Aztec to Coal in Downtown Gallup and fill the streets with vendors, artists, and live performances from the city and surrounding areas.

The spectrum of McKinley County artists will have their works on display and for sale.

This is a great place to find that very special gift including handmade jewelry, ceramics, quilts, gift baskets, soaps, baked goods, home décor, metal arts, photographs and so much that you have been looking for. Local musicians will entertain throughout the day.

gallupARTS is a non-profit organization...

All American Meats, Inc. recalls ground beef

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Possible E. coli contamination

WASHINGTON, D.C. – All American Meats, Inc., an Omaha, Neb. establishment, is recalling approximately 167,427 pounds of ground beef products that may be adulterated with E. coli the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Nov. 1.

The ground beef items were produced on Oct. 16, 2015. The following products are subject to recall:

• 80-lb. (approximate weight) boxes of “Ground Beef 80% Lean 20% Fat (Fine Grind)” with Sell By Date 11-03-2015 and case code 62100.

• 80-lb. (approximate weight) boxes of “Ground Beef 73% Lean 27% Fat (Fine Grind)” with Sell By Date 11-03-2015 and case code 60100.


Red Ribbon Parade at St. Francis

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Red Ribbon Day was Oct. 27 and students at St. Francis Elementary School formed a parade for their neighborhood and proudly displayed the signs they had made for all to see.

The annual anti-drug day is celebrated by many area schools and the students seem to love the extra-curricular activity that gets them out of the classroom, at least for a while.

From recycling to ‘repurposing’ at local arts and crafts jamboree event

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Recycling and reusing things comes as second nature for Betsy Windisch, who has been recycling since she was a young girl.

“It was something that we just did. Back in the old days, with beer bottles, you took them and there was a deposit on our glass,” said Windisch, a McKinley Citizens’ Recycling Council board member. “I remember we used to have milk delivered to our door when I was really little. Of course, you just put the empty glass milk container back outside and the milk man would come pick it up.”

Windisch owes much of her recycling and reusing regimens to her parents who grew up during the Great Depression Era.

Growing up in Baltimore, Windisch describes her...

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