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Margaret “Clare” (Futrell/Rogers) Stachura October 23, 1954 – October 30, 2019

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Margaret “Clare” (Futrell/ Rogers) Stachura, 65, passed away on October 30, 2019, in her home near Monterey,

California, with her beloved husband Henry “Hank” Stachura, MD by her side.

Clare was born on October 23, 1954, to Margaret (Peggy) and Lt. Cletus Futrell in Seattle, Washington. Clare spent her


Veterans Day 2019

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Honoring Our U.S. Active Duty Service Members & Veterans

Popovich Comedy Pet Theater pulls into town

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Rescued dogs, cats to perform in Gallup

Dogs and cats are the main actors of the Popovich Comedy Pet Theater, coming to Gallup Nov. 10. These furry stars have performed for Jay Leno, David Letterman and Craig Ferguson and were featured on Animal Planet and made the finals on America’s Got Talent.

Lifelong animal rights advocate Gregory Popovich is a Gold-­Medal winner in Paris, France, a Special Award-holder in Monte Carlo, and a Grand Prix receiver in Moscow at multiple international festivals.

Popovich has participated in fundraisers for animal shelters and neutering programs across the nation. Public-­service announcements promoting responsible pet adoption are staples of...

‘Doctor Sleep’ works as a horror film, carries the ghost of the original

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Running Time: 151 minutes

Talk about impossible acts to follow, Stephen King’s 1977 novel The Shining remains one of the most popular bestsellers in horror. And although director Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film adaption may have had a few detractors during its initial release (mostly due to its icy approach and some significant changes made from the source material), it has grown ever more popular over the years, and is now considered a genuine classic of the genre. While sequels are commonplace these days, few expected a new novel from King devoted to the characters, nor another film nearly 40 years later to update audiences on the lives of the...

RMCHCS recovery center gets new name

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Now called Wellspring Recovery Center

Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services has changed its name from the Substance Abuse Recovery Center to the WellSpring Recovery Center. The change better reflects the purpose of the center which is not to merely “recover” from addiction, but to change your life’s meaning and goals.

The Merriam-­Webster Dictionary describes “wellspring” as originating before the 12th century from the Old English welspryng, which had the literal “spring” meaning. RMCHCS has taken that meaning and applied it to capture the spirit of the center as a place where wellness grows and renewal begins. Whether the spring season or action of...

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