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Making winter feel warmer

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Volunteers at Hozho Center hand out warm clothes, food

Pictures of the Winter Warm-Up distribution event at the Hozho Center (Third Street and Maloney) Jan. 31, where donations of warm clothing and backpacks collected  across Gallup, were handed out to those needing them.

This effort was sponsored by RMCHCS and...


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Ella Bah Wilson of Thoreau, N.M. died January 31, 2020.

She was preceded in death by Father Jim Wilson, Mother Bah Charley Wilson: Brothers Clarence Martinez, Joe Robert, Juan and Leonard Wilson, Sisters Louise Johnson and Irene Saunders.

She is survived by Son Steven Becenti and Sisters Rosebelle Sanders, Darlene Wilson and Martha Gonzalez.

The family received friends on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at Church of God in Thoreau, N.M.

Funeral Services will be held Friday, February 7, 2020 at Thoreau Church of God.

Interment will be at Sunset Memorial Park Gallup, N.M.

‘The Rhythm Section’ doesn’t hit the right notes

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Rating: «« out of ««««

Running Time: 109 minutes

Ever wonder about the origins of superspy James Bond and asked yourself questions like whether a personal trauma during his formative years might have pushed him to join MI6, or what the training regimen one needs to take on to become an elite fighting machine might be? Well, the new film The Rhythm Section does an unintentionally effective job of explaining why filmmakers haven’t tackled these issues on the big screen. The answers just aren’t as surprising, exciting or interesting as one might hope for.

The protagonist in this feature is Stephanie Patrick (Blake Lively), a young English woman deeply distressed by the death...

Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for January 31, 2020

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Welcome back to another look at new releases arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. 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!

The Battle of Jangsari - The Korean War serves as the backdrop of this movie. It follows a young and inexperienced battalion of South Korean fighters tasked with a secret mission to help liberate Incheon. The men enter the fray unprepared and with little food and few supplies. An American war correspondent covers their trials in the hopes of getting attention from the international community.

Reviews were divided on this war picture. The cast includes Myung-min Kim, Minho Choi and...

Dee Thompson takes her aunt’s story to the people

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“Everyone has a story inside of them, we just have to find it and let it out,” James Harjo says. These were the words that were spoken by Harjo, husband of Dee Thompson, author of Shattered Dreams, Bondage, and Hope as she told her story about the amazing life of her aunt, Sariah.

Thompson held a book signing Jan. 11, at the Octavia Fellin Public Library to promote the book before an intrigued audience. In a light-hearted tone, Thompson said she had never attended a book signing and this was new to her as well. Accompanied by her husband, the two greeted the audience, shook hands, and made small talk before the presentation. Currently living in...

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