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This City in New Mexico Was Just Named One of the “Dangerous Cities” in the Entire Country
New Mexico is a state with a rich history, diverse culture, and stunning natural beauty. However, it also has a dark side: it is one of the most dangerous states in the nation, with a high rate of violent and property crimes. According to the latest FBI crime data, New Mexico has the third-highest crime rate in the United States, with 778 violent crimes and 3,100 property crimes per 100,000 people. But which city in New Mexico is the most dangerous of them all?
Gallup man arrested for drunk driving with three kids in the car
GALLUP, N.M. (KRQE) – Police arrested a Gallup man for drunk driving for the fourth time last month, and this time, the man’s children were in the car with him. That was the officer’s reaction after taking Jim Rueven to jail on suspicion of drunk driving with his three kids in the car. On Nov. 16, a retired Albuquerque Fire Rescue employee noticed Rueven’s 5-year-old son standing on the side of the road.
Indigenous actors needed for new Calogero Carucci film
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo Nation TV and Film is pleased to share information regarding an open casting call for Indigenous talent for an upcoming feature film titled “Sue Thunder, Johnny Lightning.”
Grandpa’s Grill | Gallup
Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner 6-days a week (closed on Sunday). It is best to arrive with an appetite, because the serving sizes are generous, with plenty to share with a companion or for a to-go follow up meal. The breakfasts are a good way to fuel up for the day. Options range from traditional fare, like pancakes and omelets to New Mexican favorites, like huevos rancheros and breakfast burritos slathered in flavorful red or green chile. Additionally, the coffee is good and the servers are attentive in terms of keeping the caffeine supply steady throughout the meal.
New ‘Justice Stations’ In Northwestern New Mexico To Improve Access To State Courts
GALLUP – Newly installed “justice stations” on the Navajo Nation and communities in northwestern New Mexico provide virtual access to magistrate court hearings, lessening the need for people to travel to a courthouse. The justice stations allow the public to use an easy-to-navigate computer to appear remotely...
Local Notice: Temporary Water Shutdown on 2nd Street for Pipeline Replacement
H.O. Construction has been contracted by the City of Gallup to replace a 12-inch waterline on 2nd Street, between Route 66 and Maloney Avenue. The project includes connecting the new waterline to the existing system near the intersection of 2nd Street and Maxwell Avenue. This will require a temporary water service shutdown in the area.
Today the gas price is close to $3.84 in Window Rock as of 2023-12-07. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.202, a week ago the price is $3.246 , according to AAA.
Rehoboth's House of Fitness reopens two years after devastating fire
A Rehoboth gym is back open, after a massive fire almost two years ago. Several businesses were damaged when the shopping plaza burned, but not all of them made a comeback. Collen Curry and her crew of trainers were back lifting weights at House of Fitness Rehoboth. Monday marked the...
Navigating the AI Revolution: Balancing Technological Advancements with Ethical Considerations
As artificial intelligence (AI) ushers in a new era of technological advancement, its influence permeates every aspect of modern life. The emergence of AI-driven personal assistants, capable of adapting to our individual preferences and needs, marks a significant shift in our daily routines. These smart devices streamline our schedules and influence a broad spectrum of choices, from shopping to entertainment, reflecting the profound impact of AI on personal convenience.
Upcoming Water Outage on Dec 6 Affecting West Green and S. Second Street Residents
A water outage will happen on Wednesday, December 6, 2022, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. The City of Gallup Water Department is managing this outage. It will impact customers on specific parts of West Green and S. Second Street. Nearby areas might also have low water pressure during this time.
Bridging the Justice Gap in Rural America: The Rise of Justice Stations
In a commendable effort to mitigate the justice gap in rural communities, innovative 'justice stations' have been established across San Juan and McKinley counties, including the Navajo Nation and northwestern New Mexico. These vital hubs offer remote court access to individuals challenged by the absence of internet connectivity or reliable cell phone service. Locations such as the Rock Springs and Beclabito Chapter Houses, Octavia Fellin Public Library in Gallup, and the Gallup Magistrate Court are now equipped to facilitate various legal proceedings, from traffic cases to pretrial hearings in misdemeanor and civil cases.
Gallup-McKinley County Humane Society lifts quarantine
According to a post on their Facebook page, the Gallup-McKinley County Humane Society went into a quarantine period Nov. 20 after someone surrendered some puppies that appeared ill. Now, almost three weeks later, they’ve announced they will be lifting the quarantine Dec. 4. In an interview with the Sun,...
Red Rock Elementary teacher finds work/life balance through theater
Meet Camille’s Teacher of the Month: KELLI Furney. Each month, Camille’s Sidewalk Café recognizes one local teacher within the Gallup area for his or her determination to help students go above and beyond. Prospective teachers are nominated by students who feel they deserve to be recognized. This...
Fifty years ago an activist took a radical step to highlight mistreatment of Native Americans
Fifty years ago Diné activist Larry Casuse kidnapped the mayor of Gallup to bring attention to the violence and racism that Native people were facing in the border towns outside the Navajo Nation. After holding the mayor for several hours, the standoff ended with Casuse’s death. In recognition...
Emergency Water Outage on W. Princeton's 400-500 Block Today, City Water Department to Repair Broken Line
An unplanned water outage will happen on Friday, December 1, 2023. It will last from 2:30am to 4:00pm. The outage will affect the City of Gallup Water Customers on W. Princeton's 400-500 block. Nearby areas might also have low water pressure. The City Water Department is fixing a broken water line, which is why the water will be shut off.
Missing teen alert
The Gallup Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding 16-year-old Leianah Bennett. She is five feet and five inches tall, and weighs about 170 pounds. She has brown eyes and straight black hair with pink low highlights that falls to the middle of her back. Bennett was...
National lights shine on Gallup martial artist
Dylan Vargas talks martial arts career, accomplishments. From winning the title of Youngest Grand Champion at six years old to opening his own martial arts studio while he was still in high school, Dylan Vargas is a name known around Gallup. And now he’s got another title under his belt: a member of the 2023 U.S. Sports Karate Hall of Fame.
Let your dreams take flight
Rainbow Ryders offering hot air balloon rides at Balloon Rally. For 41 years, only balloon pilots and sponsors of the Red Rock Balloon Rally were allowed to go up in the air during the Red Rock Balloon Rally. But this year, thanks to a partnership with Rainbow Ryders, the general public will get a chance to be among the 125 registered pilots and their balloons during the mass ascensions in the early mornings.
New Mexico Winter Storm Causes Major Delays and School Closures
Get the latest update on the New Mexico winter storm affecting traffic and school schedules. Learn about road conditions in Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Gallup, and Albuquerque, and find out about school closures and delays due to the severe weather.
North Side of Gallup Residents Advised to Run Cold Water to Clear Discoloration
Water tie-ins and breaks in the City have caused water discoloration. The North Side of Gallup is most affected. The City of Gallup Water Department has chosen not to flush water lines to prevent further discoloration or breaks.