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ARCHIE R. SILAGO

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Archie R. Silago, 68 of Gallup died July 3. He was preceded in death by Jake Silago, Sr., Rosie G. Ashley, and Gracie Martinez.  He is survived by Jerry Silago, Jake Silago, Jr., Steve Silago, Etta Billie, Cynthia Velarde, and Joleen Woody.

Funeral services were held July 9 with interment at Sunset Memorial Park.

 

ELLIOTT STORM PARKS, JR.

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Elliott Storm Parks, Jr. of Thoreau, N. M., died July 2.  He is preceded in death by Alex Galvan, Sr. (grandpa). He is survived by Joanna Morgan (mother); Elliott Storm Parks, Sr. (father); Adrianna Leyba (girlfriend); Ariel Parks (daughter); Isaiah Parks (son), Anastasia Parks (sister); Ida Galvan (grandmother); Reda Galvan (aunt); Mark Galvan (uncle); Alex Galvan, Jr. (uncle); Katelyn Galvan (cousin); Mariah Galvan (cousin); Markala Jose (cousin); Little River Saunders aka LJ (friend).

Funeral services will be held at Rollie Mortuary July 12 at 10 am.

Third annual Diné Pride event lights up Window Rock

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The rainbow-colored balloons and painted concrete throughout Window Rock Tribal Park June 29 capped off what Navajo Nation Pride calls the official LGBTQ+ Two-Spirit event for the largest Sovereign Nation in the United States.

June is designated Pride Month, a month where people under the LGBTQ banner remember the Stonewall riots of 1969, which were a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States, as well as people who have been lost to HIV and
AIDS.

Rep. Sharice Davids, D-KS, one of the Diné Pride Champions, said in a video posted on navajonationpride.com that the work the Coalition for Diné Equality is doing is both important and inspiring.

“We...

‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ is a fun summer trip

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Running Time: 129 minutes

Suffering from superhero fatigue? Well, you wouldn’t be alone. It seems that so many Marvel movies have come down the pipeline the past few years that it’s difficult just to keep up with them all. The latest entry is Spider-Man: Far from Home, and it marks the final film in what the studio refers to as Phase Three.

In fact, there will be an almost one-year gap between this and the next feature. Much of the big action occurred in the previous Avengers finale, and so this latest sequel doesn’t have the same kind of epic stakes. Still, the movie does provide some laughs and a few thrills along the way. It’s a perfectly...

‘Midsommar’ looks spectacular, but the characters can be difficult to fathom

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Running Time: 140 minutes

Sometimes, a movie comes along that is unexpectedly difficult to review. Ever watched a picture that had a lot of intriguing ideas, effective elements and looked quite remarkable, yet you couldn’t buy into the concept and lost empathy for several of the characters?  Well, that pretty much sums up this critic’s take on Midsommar, the new horror movie from Ari Aster (Hereditary). It is certainly admirable in many respects, yet at the same time is something of a jumbled mess.

Dani (Florence Pugh) is a university student suffering from a personal tragedy. Her boyfriend Christian (Jack Reynor) finds her emotional needs difficult...
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