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DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for September 18, 2015

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Welcome back for a detailed look at what’s coming your way on DVD and Blu-ray. It’s another busy edition with plenty of good stuff. 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!

Cinderella - This live-action Disney retelling of the famous...

Community Calendar Sep. 18 - Sep. 24, 2015

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FRIDAY Sept. 18

New Mexico State Fair (Sept. 10-20)

It’s oil and gas day at the New Mexico state fair, along with a science and technology demonstration. Learn something new it’s fun and interesting. Also, celebrate the Parade of champions with livestock from New Mexico’s youth. Open 10 am-9 pm. Located at 300 San Pedro Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM. Call 505-222-9700 for pricing and information.

Ingham Chapman Gallery

UNM-Gallup invites you to the Ingham Chapman Gallery for selections from the Tamarind Permanent Collection – the art of Valerie Roybal. Gallery hours 10 am- 5pm. Location: 705 Gurley Ave. Art Talk at 5:30 pm

Computer Classes

The library is offering a free...

‘Creative Business as Usual’

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Ribbon cutting opens 69th Navajo Nation Fair

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Window Rock – Office of the Navajo Nation President and Vice President Ambassador Peterson Zah performed the ceremonial ribbon cutting to open the 69th Annual Navajo Nation Fair Sept. 9.

Ambassador Zah was joined by Martin Begaye, from the Navajo Nation Fair Office; Arbin Mitchell, Chief of Staff from the Speaker’s Office; and Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch.

Also in attendance were Jesse Delmar, Director of the Department of Public Safety, Marty Ashley, Executive Director of the Navajo Tax Commission, Bidtah Becker, Acting Director of the Department of Natural Resources and Theresa Hopkins from the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission.

With the ribbon cutting...

Navajo Nation celebrates liquor store closures

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NAHATA DZIIL, Ariz. – Approximately 60 community members celebrated the close of local liquor business. The participants included: Nahata Dziil Chapter officials, Navajo Nation Council members, Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission, and Apache County Board of Supervisor Barry Weller gathered at Nahata Dziil Chapter on Sept. 3. President Russell Begaye signed off on documents to finalize the purchase of three separate properties, on which Ole Red Barn Liquor, High Country Liquor, and Lee’s Liquor once operated near the community of Nahata Dziil.

The celebratory event marked the culmination of years of collaborative efforts to close the liquor establishments that have plagued...

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