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‘Tis the season for holiday flicks

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There’s a slight lull this week at the movies. The only film opening is The Possession of Hannah Grace, and it’s not getting a press screening. For the next month, the studios will mix big studio titles with awards contenders. So, it’s a perfect time to go over what will be coming your way soon.


DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for Nov. 30, 2018

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Welcome back to another look at highlights coming your way on Blu-ray and DVD. The Thanksgiving holiday seems to have resulted in fewer products this week, but there are definitely a few choices out there for those looking for new releases. So if you can’t make it out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!

Big New Releases!

At First Light - A high school senior in a small town sees strange lights in the sky and investigates. The teen returns from the source of the disturbance and discovers she now has supernatural powers. Her friends decide to help their friend as she attempts to evade authorities and officials who are determined to...

Na’Nizhoozhi Center, Inc. shows its spiritual side

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Open-house attendees tour renovated facility, hear from guest speakers

Na’Nizhoozhi Center, Inc., a substance-abuse treatment and detox facility located at 2201 Boyd Ave. in Gallup, held an open house of its newly renovated facility Nov. 16.

Updates to the facility, which provides both short- and long-term inpatient treatment, include 60 new beds in the residential areas, a renovated kitchen and dining areas, an intake center and the facility’s spiritual areas.

According to former McKinley County Commission Chairman David Dallago, NCI takes in roughly 26,000 patients a year.

NCI Clinical Director Kevin Foley said the facility renovations began after NCI received a...

Community Pantry brings hope to the holidays

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Community turns out for fundraising gala

As yet another holiday season filled with family gatherings and close friends kicks off, not all of us feel the holly, jolly holiday spirit. Many folks both within and outside of the McKinley County area will once again be without food due to circumstances beyond their control.

But amidst the hustle and bustle of the holidays, there is some hope this season for those who feel the pain of hunger, as the Community Pantry in Gallup hosted a “Hope for the Holidays” gala event Nov. 17 to raise funds in order to replenish food items at the Pantry.

The Community Pantry, founded in 1999 by Jim Harlin and Tom Crider, is a nonprofit that provides...

Baskets of Brotherhood

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Gallup Rotary Club distributes baskets of Thanksgiving goodness

Photos By Ryan Hudgeons

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