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Carvin Jones coming to Gallup

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On Sept. 28 world renowned blues guitarist Carvin Jones will be performing at the historic El Morro Theatre. I had the pleasure of interviewing him by telephone during his tour of Lithuania. Carvin, a musician of whom Eric Clapton said, ”I think he is the next up-and-coming blues player” is also highly regarded by both...

NACE brand ambassador places first in age division for Navajo Code Talker 29K

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. - Aurelius “Aury” Yazzie ran the Code Talker 29K Sept. 8 and came in first place for the 14-and-under age division.

Yazzie is the brand ambassador for Navajo Arts and Crafts Enterprise.

He came in 37th overall in a field of 56 runners with a time of 4:25:35 and an average pace of 14:44. Twenty-nine kilometers is equal to a distance of about 18.02 miles.

The 12-year-old runner is a protégé of Tom Riggenbach, executive director of Navajo Youth Empowerment Services.

NACE CEO Elijah Muskett said, “We made the choice to have Aury as our brand ambassador because he is a great role model for kids and adults. Congratulations on your strong finish while...

Nabbing drunk drivers

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Third annual NorthFest

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Celebrating the northside community border wall

 

Film Festival brings international film lineup to Gallup

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Three features focus on violence against women, children

Lights! Camera! Action!

One of the signature annual events of downtown Gallup is set to unfold September 12 with a selection of movies spanning 13 categories including narrative short, narrative feature, student film, New Mexico film, and documentary feature.

One new category is language preservation, first featured in 2017 with the award-winning Then, Now, and Forever: Zuni in the Grand Canyon.

Knifewing Segura, Gallup Film Festival director says there is a distinct theme in a number of the features being screened at the 2019 festival. “This year, we’re joining a national occurrence that affects Native American women...

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