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Linda Navarro

Charity Events Columnist

Linda has been a Gazette journalist for nearly 50 years. She has been a writer and editor and has covered beats including police, courts, television and features. She has also been a news researcher and for several years wrote a column answering readers' questions, "Did You Ever Wonder?" Since 2006 she has been both writer and photographer for "Around Town" events, many of them charity fundraisers raising millions of dollars for many of this area's 2,000 nonprofits.

Celebrating 40 Years: TESSA Executive Director SherryLynn Boyles shares the stage with figures representing the 10,000 victims of domestic violence served annually, some of whom lost their fight.
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Celebrating 40 Years: TESSA Executive Director SherryLynn Boyles shares the stage with figures representing the 10,000 victims of domestic violence served annually, some of whom lost their fight. 093017 Photo by Linda Navarro
BLUEGRASS BOON
Alison Krauss and her band, Union Station, perform during the taping of the Public Broadcasting Service's "All*Star Bluegrass Celebration" on Jan. 16, 2002, in Nashville, Tenn. Bluegrass music is experiencing new exposure on television even though it still receives little radio airplay. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
Palmer Land Trust Conservation Awards: Miranda and Josh Proctor, Rocky Ford
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Palmer Land Trust Conservation Awards: Miranda and Josh Proctor, Rocky Ford 092717 Photo by Linda Navarro
BBB of Southern Colorado CEO/Executive Director Jonathan Liebert and wife Mina stroll into the City Auditorium from the red carpet for the annual awards night. 092817 Photo by Linda Navarro
Go Red for Women: Emcees Lauren Ferrera, left, and Tammy Oakland visit with Heart and Stroke Association Kathleen Saltmarsh-Voss, who is rehabbing following an accident.  
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Go Red for Women: Emcees Lauren Ferrera, left, and Tammy Oakland visit with Heart and Stroke Association Kathleen Saltmarsh-Voss, who is rehabbing following an accident. 092217 Photo by Linda Navarro