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Gingerbread teamwork

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For the past six years, Melanie Van Dorp’s third grade class at Indian Hills Elementary School has received a Christmas gift from Camille’s Sidewalk Café in Gallup - a gingerbread house decorating field trip. Van Dorp cooked up the idea with her friend and soccer-playing companion, James Rich, who owns the...

Day in the life of a pizza lover

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Contest at Pizza 9

NOV. 22, 2019; PIZZA 9; RIO WEST MALL; 5:45 PM; GALLUP - Everyone is seated. A whole large cheese pizza sits in front of us. All that’s left is the signal to start munching down on this bad boy. I am ready to take part in the Pizza 9 Pizza Eating Contest here at the Rio West Mall and I am more nervous than excited.

The competition was held Nov. 22. Family members urged me to enter this contest because of my love for pizza. That’s no exaggeration. If truth be known, once I arrived in New Mexico, I pretty much lived on pizza. If there was a new pizza joint, I was there. Pepperoni pizza has always been my all-time favorite. Mix in a little green chili and I’m...

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...

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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