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Jo Ann Griego Gurule - Cibola Beacon
Jo Ann Griego Gurule, age 66, of Milan, New Mexico passed away peacefully on Sept. 28, 2015 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She was born on Oct. 28, 1948. A celebration of life for Jo Ann is being held at Immanuel Baptist Church in Milan at 11 a.m. on Saturday ...
Acoma and Ramah Navajo School Board Awarded Funds for Drug and Suicide Prevention - Cibola Beacon
Earlier this week, U.S. Sens. Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich announced that several New Mexico Tribes and organizations will be receiving a total of $4.39 million over five years to prevent suicide, fight drug abuse and combat domestic violence through the ...
Hawks Need A Win Against Tohatchi - Cibola Beacon
Walking off the field last Friday at Santa Rosa, head coach for the struggling Laguna-Acoma Hawks struggled to find words to describe what had just happened for the fourth game in a row. The Hawks find themselves in the middle of the four-game losing ...
Powerhouse Wildcats Await Grants - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – Another Friday has dawned for the Grants High football team, and with it brings another tough challenge, perhaps its toughest so far this season. The Pirates (4-2 overall) will travel the nearly 300 miles to Clovis, NM for a date with the 6A ...
Cameras Installed at Cemetery to Deter Vandalism - Cibola Beacon
CIBOLA COUNTY – Most people couldn’t even imagine vandalizing a headstone, or stealing décor items from a gravesite. Reality is, there are a few who just don’t care. According to City of Grants officials, including City Clerk Denise Baca, the ...
Tomorrow is Grants Fall Fiesta, Milan Cleanup - Cibola Beacon
CIBOLA COUNTY – While one municipality on one side of the mesa is putting on gloves to clean the scene tomorrow, the other is getting ready for a fun-filled weekend. Today, Village of Milan officials are making their final preparations for their annual ...
Tourism: Governor Announces Largest Economic Impact in NM History - Cibola Beacon
CIBOLA COUNTY — On Wednesday, Governor Susana Martinez announced that tourism in 2014 generated the largest economic impact in state history, injecting $6.1 billion into New Mexico’s economy and supporting nearly 89,000 jobs. “Tourism plays a ...
County Requests Partnership with City for Bondad Street Construction - Cibola Beacon
CIBOLA COUNTY – County Manager Tony Boyd made a rare in appearance at a City of Grants council meeting on Monday evening. Boyd and County Special Project Coordinator Judy Horacek attended the meeting to make a special request to the City leaders.
NMSU Grants President to Retire - Cibola Beacon
CIBOLA COUNTY – “Ten years ago, on July 15, 2005, I was blessed to be selected for this leadership position at NMSU Grants,” said Felicia Casados, President of NMSU Grants. “I will forever be grateful to those that selected me both at NMSU as well ...
Eight Steps for Safe Eating - Cibola Beacon
(NAPSI)—All raw agricultural products—from peaches to pork chops—contain bacteria naturally. Though these levels are typically extremely low, it’s always safest to assume that bacteria may be present on your meat and poultry products. When these ...
Protect Migrating Birds - Cibola Beacon
(NAPSI)—Fall migration is here, which could mean some surprise visits from out-of-town birds to your backyard. To survive the journey and any adverse weather conditions, these winged travelers could use a little help from their earthbound friends.
Help Your Heart By Eating Seafood Twice A Week - Cibola Beacon
(NAPSI)—Here’s food for thought: Eating seafood can be good for your health, especially your heart. In fact, seafood is one of the leanest sources of protein and packed with omega-3s, vitamins and minerals, which helps prevent many of the chronic ...
Study: Skin Requires Topical Vitamin C - Cibola Beacon
(NAPSI)—Due to its numerous health benefits, scientists are increasingly giving vitamin C an A+. Beyond its effectiveness in boosting the immune system and preventing prenatal health problems, vitamin C—also known as ascorbic acid—is seen as a ...
Keep Your Lawn And Garden Equipment In Top Shape - Cibola Beacon
(NAPSI)—For outdoor power equipment to work better for less cost and effort later in the year, you need to properly maintain and store it now. Here are 13 tips that can help. 1. Set up a safe work zone. Identify a safe location with plenty of work space ...
Ten Tips To Prepare Your Home For Cold Weather - Cibola Beacon
(NAPSI)—With winter weather comes colder outdoor temperatures and the desire for a warm and comfortable home. Following these 10 tips will help you conserve energy, lower utility bills, increase the efficiency and longevity of your heating system and ...