268 Articles in New Mexico News
City Desk

by: Elise Kaplan

Can former DWI officers under investigation still work as cops?


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Damon Scott

City hunts for Westside shelter operator


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Carolyn Carlson

Commissioners accused of violating the Open Meetings Act


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Elise Kaplan

Deaths at the Westside shelter are increasing


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Damon Scott

New $12.8M site opens for families experiencing homelessness


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Rodd Cayton

New Superintendent achieves life goal and sets some for students


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Elise Kaplan

Suspect arrested in deadly fight outside homeless services provider


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

City Desk

by: Carolyn Carlson

WHAT TO EXPECT: Council may debate spending $5M in opioid funding


Published: 2024-04-16T20:06:22

8,200-year-old campsite uncovered at Holloman Air Force Base

Archeologists discovered nearly 70 items at a campsite dated to the Paleo-Archaic people of New Mexico near Holloman Air Force Base.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:49

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Staff reports

Unemployment claims in New Mexico declined last week

Here's a look at how weekly unemployment claims changed in New Mexico last week compared with the week prior.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:48

Brantley Lake's fishing dock is being rebuilt

The dock will replace one that was removed five years ago after it came into disrepair and the State Parks Division couldn't afford a replacement.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:47

Drug, gun smugglers plead guilty to federal charges

The guilty pleas were the latest in a federal case against a group of 17 defendants police said shipped guns and drugs between Carlsbad and Mexico.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:46

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

Carlsbad Police suspect murder in Boyd Drive shooting death

The incident remained under investigation as of Friday. Police did not initially release the name of the deceased.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:45

Gulf Coast region gas prices fell from last week: See how much here

Here's a look at how weekly regional gas prices changed in Gulf Coast region last week compared with the week prior.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:45

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Jessica OnsurezLas Cruces Sun-News

Cloudy skies may obscure New Mexico's view of solar eclipse April 8

On April 8 a total solar eclipse will be visible in 13 major cities across the U.S.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:44

Irrigation district wants feds to pay this dam's floodgates

Carlsbad's Irrigation District has asked support from Eddy County in pressuring Congress to change rules for new flood gates at Sumner Dam.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:44

Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Jessica OnsurezLas Cruces Sun-News

Watch live: April 8 total solar eclipse

The April 8 total solar eclipse will be visible in 13 major cities in the U.S.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:43

Issues with WIPP's elevators reported by government watchdog

The incidents were reported resolved by the Department of Energy and its primary operations contractor for the WIPP site.


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:42

Manzano Music


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:24

Moriarty Craft Fair


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:24

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Budget to send millions to area

By JUNO OGLE Daily Press Staff With more than a half-million dollars in the pipeline, Grant County is taking the beginning steps to a new community ...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:16

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Cobre faces hard budget

No matter how many days students in Cobre Consolidated Schools attend classes each week, the 2024-25 school year will be a tough one for the district,...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:16

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Eclipse Viewed

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Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:16

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Bayard to cut comp time for top-level staff

(Photo by Hugh J. Remar for the Daily Press)Members of the Bayard City Council and staff......


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:15

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Rash of odd auto thefts strike Silver City

Several recent auto theft cases represent unusual circumstances in Silver City — including one last week, in which a child was inside a car when it ...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:15

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Registering, switching parties, voting explained - How to participate in NM’s 2024 primary elections

By AUSTIN FISHER Source New Mexico New Mexico’s primary election will determine who will appear on the general election ballot this November. Pri...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:15

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

McDonald guilty of 2020 murder

A Grant County jury has convicted Cody McDonald of second-degree murder and tampering with evidence for the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Daniel Muril...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:14

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Santa Clara residents, businesses to see utility bill rate increase July 1

Residents and businesses in Santa Clara will pay a little more on their village utility bills starting July 1. The village Board of Trustees approved...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:14

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

State begins plans for Fort Bayard investment

(Press Staff Photo by Juno Ogle)Lt. Gov. Howie Morales, left, talks on April 3 with Anna......


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:14

Silver City Daily Press

by: Juno Ogle

Hurley council wants details on animal violations

Hurley town councilors asked their animal control officer to provide more detail in his reports before approving a work order for the animal shelter a...


Published: 2024-04-16T20:05:13

Las Vegas Optic

by: Vanessa Maciel

Hundreds to take part in pilgrimage to Chimayo


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:43

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

FUMC to host meet and greet for new pastor July 8


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:42

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Fire victims eligible for emergency loans


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:33

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

San Miguel County property tax deadline extended


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:33

Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

Community Foundation awards first relief grants


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:32

Las Vegas Optic

by: Beth Urech

Beth speaks for herself: Back to Back (but not Bach)


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:31

Community Calendar 3/17/2023


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:30

Las Vegas Optic

by: Vanessa Maciel

New Alta Vista owners meet with community


Published: 2024-04-16T20:04:26

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer A. Garcia

Blues, Meth and $200 in Exchange for Dry Clothes and a Place to Stay

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-03-27T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:53

Pets of the Week 3/28/24

If Gia was a horse, we would call her unusual color “liver chestnut,” and this gorgeous gal is leggy and regal as a thoroughbred! Gia sits like a lady for treats and has excellent leash manners — she will make a great dog for any family but would...


Published: 2024-03-27T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:53

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Alleged Serial Shoplifter Strikes Again

An alleged serial shoplifter was arrested on March 6 after he again allegedly tried to shoplift — this time from Lowe’s Home Improvement.


Published: 2024-03-27T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:52

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Richard L. Connor Publisher

Domenici Hopes to Unseat Heinrich

Unassuming, dressed in sweatpants and wearing white running shoes, early, just past 7 a.m., and looking for that first cup of coffee from Artesia’s Kith and Kin, Nella Domenici, with hopes of knocking Senator Martin Heinrich out of the U.S. Senate, pulled...


Published: 2024-03-28T08:02:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:51

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia

Woman Calls Police Because Brother is ‘Raising Hell’

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-04-03T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:50

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Ari Levin alevin@riograndesun.com Sports Editor

Española Valley High School Hosts Clean-up Event

Española Valley High School will host a community clean-up event on April 14 and those organizing it, hope to make it a big event.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:50

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Man Allegedly Offers Deputy ‘Feria’ to Let Him Go After Good Friday Crash

A vehicle crash caused by a man suspected of driving while under the influence snarled Good Friday traffic on State Road 76 further when the road was closed for an accident investigation.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:49

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia

Man Rolling Around Near Trash Bins Won’t Leave

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:49

Rio Grande Sun

by: From a press release

An Evening With Jimmy Santiago Baca

The Nick Salazar Center for the Arts will present “An Evening with Jimmy Santiago Baca” on the Northern New Mexico College Española campus at 5 p.m.  Friday.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:48

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Customers Seek Answers to Sky-High Electric Bills

Slightly higher gas and electric bills are common during the colder months as residents try to keep their homes warm, but the increases that some Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative customers have seen lately surpass any that they have ever paid.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:03:48

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

USDA Photo. New Mexico Dems again using failed Liz Cheney playbook to affect GOP primaries in NM

In typical fashion, anti-America First liberal “Republicans” are trying to seize onto a resource they have previously failed to get to help them across the finish line in GOP primaries: Democrats


Published: 2024-04-16T20:02:47

The Taos News

by: Staff report

Soil, climate, livestock experts to convene in Taos

New Mexico State University’s Mora County Cooperative Extension Service will host the AgriVenture Symposium from 9:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednes…


Published: 2024-04-05T11:51:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:20

The Taos News

by: Staff report

New Mexicans can expect dimmed skies, temperature drop during Monday eclipse

Correction appended.


Published: 2024-04-08T11:12:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:19

Stray Hearts Shelter Report

The following is a summary of activity at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter from March 25-31. Outcomes Adoption: 1 dog, 2 cats Return to owner: 0 Transfer: 3 dogs Trap-neuter-return: 0


Published: 2024-04-03T15:39:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:14

The Taos News

by: Angelina Burns Diaz

Police Blotter: March 27 - 31

The following is a condensed list of reports made to Taos Central Dispatch within the town of Taos from March 27-31. March 27 6:28 p.m. Battery, Holy Cross Medical Center


Published: 2024-04-03T15:39:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:13

The Taos News

by: Daniel Pearson

San Francisco de Asís parishioners celebrate Easter

Click here to view this article from taosnews.com.


Published: 2024-04-03T15:40:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:12

The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Paseo del Pueblo construction resumes May 6

Construction on Paseo del Pueblo through the historic district of Taos will recommence May 6, according to New Mexico Department of Transportation officials who visited Taos last Thursday evening …


Published: 2024-04-03T15:49:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:11

The Taos News

by: The New Mexican

The way we were: foundations of faith

For generations, places of worship — some long forgotten, many still in use — have held a special place in the lives of those in Northern New Mexico.


Published: 2024-04-03T15:48:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:10

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Officials: Vietnam Memorial helicopter broken into, nothing stolen

Colfax County deputies were dispatched to the Angel Fire Vietnam Memorial March 21 to investigate a report of vandalism of the Huey Helicopter on display at the site. Officers reported


Published: 2024-04-03T15:48:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:09

Eagle Nest mayor resigns

Jeff Carr, mayor of the small town of Eagle Nest in Colfax County, resigned Monday morning (April 1). Carr announced his resignation via an email shared with the Taos News


Published: 2024-04-03T16:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:08

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Student chefs sharpen skills before national competition

As the Taos High culinary team gears up to go to Baltimore for the National ProStart Invitational culinary competition later this month , their mentors looked back on the process


Published: 2024-04-03T16:06:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:02:07

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Cathy Cook / Journal Staff Writer

Six new laws that impact New Mexico students

The 2024 legislative session is in the books, and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has until Wednesday to sign bills into law, or they will be pocket vetoed, meaning the governor prevents a bill the Legislature passed from becoming law by not signing it.


Published: 2024-03-05T14:20:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:32

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

Governor signs bill upping school board member training, transparency requirements

Senate Bill 137 goes into effect July 1.


Published: 2024-03-05T16:34:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:31

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Megan Gleason / Journal Staff Writer

State to draft clean fuel rules before end of year

Clean fuels are now the law of the land, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced on Tuesday as she signed House Bill 41, Clean Transportation Fuel Standards.


Published: 2024-03-05T16:47:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:31

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Cathy Cook / Journal Staff Writer

Six new laws that could make getting health care in New Mexico easier

Launching the state's Health Care Authority was one of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's many goals for the 2024 legislative session, but legislators also passed bills to subsidize rural hospitals, get more money for emergency medical services an…


Published: 2024-03-06T05:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:30

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

Road paved for Highland High School students to get auto body certifications

Twenty students have signed up for the program.


Published: 2024-04-03T18:45:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:26

Albuqueruque Journal

by: SEUNG MIN KIM and COLLIN BINKLEY - Associated Press

President Joe Biden will unveil his new plan to give student loan relief to many new borrowers

President Joe Biden will announce a significant new plan next week to cancel federal student loan debt for new categories of borrowers. It comes nearly a year after the Supreme Court ended his administration’s first attempt to relieve debt fo…


Published: 2024-04-05T14:08:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:25

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

'Without hope, there's nothing': Photos help students experiencing homelessness express their dreams

This is the 11th time the 'Pictures of Hope' program has come to Albuquerque.


Published: 2024-04-05T18:09:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:24

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Megan Gleason / Journal Staff Writer

Pilot community solar program riddled with issues, energy companies say

New Mexico’s largest electric utilities and renewable energy advocacy organizations often disagree on energy matters, but they agree on this: Community solar is chock full of issues and delays.


Published: 2024-04-16T01:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:13

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Gregory R.C. Hasman / Journal Staff Writer

Route 66 bridge crossing becomes city landmark

Motorists driving over the Central Avenue Bridge between Tingley Beach and Sunset Road are driving down the newest city landmark. Read moreRoute 66 bridge crossing becomes city landmark


Published: 2024-04-16T03:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:09

Albuqueruque Journal

by: Adrian Gomez / Journal Arts Editor

Meow Wolf to cut 165 jobs across four states

Despite its recent expansions, Meow Wolf will reduce its workforce on Wednesday. According to the email, in total, approximately 165 employees across the location… Read moreMeow Wolf to cut 165 jobs across four states


Published: 2024-04-16T12:34:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T20:00:05

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

ABQ BioPark welcomes two endangered gibbons to Zoo

The ABQ BioPark recently welcomed Makaio and Siena, two endangered gibbons who are the newest residents at the zoo and its Ape Walk.


Published: 2024-04-16T14:40:18

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:48:19

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

Albuquerque police arrest 4 suspects for Northeast Heights murder

Albuquerque police arrested three adults and a 17-year-old person for the alleged murder of a man Thursday in the Northeast Heights.


Published: 2024-04-16T16:43:58

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:43:10

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

Kira Miner: Breezy and warm Tuesday

We'll see breezy and warm conditions continue with high wind warnings posted in some places Tuesday.


Published: 2024-04-16T13:19:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:40:22

KOAT Action News

by: Julian Paras

Crime and public safety are at the top of New Mexicans' minds

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — KOAT conducted a survey with KKOB and the Albuquerque Journal to find out where New Mexicans want to see change. Topics ranged from improvements to education to border security. However, the top issue for many is crime and public...


Published: 2024-04-16T18:50:00

BCSO releasing details on three recent deputy-involved shootings

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office is holding a news conference Tuesday, April 16 at 1 p.m. to release details on three recent deputy-involved shootings. KRQE News 13 will livestream the news conference on this page March...


Published: 2024-04-16T13:55:20

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Audrey Claire Davis

Which brand is growing the fastest in New Mexico?

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Taking food, restaurants, and shopping into account, an April 10 Yelp report reveals the “Top 50 Fastest Growing Brands” in the United States. Yelp compiled the ranking based on net new business openings, consumer interest, and Yelp...


Published: 2024-04-16T13:40:28

Celebrate the Gila Wilderness 100th anniversary at the historic Mogollon Cemetery

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The Town of Mogollon is getting ready to celebrate 100 years of the Gila Wilderness with a special event at the historic Mogollon Cemetery on May 25, 2024. Pecos Canyon State Park hosting Earth Day cleanup event The event is limited to...


Published: 2024-04-16T13:38:37

KOB 4

by: Jonathan Fjeld

What do we make of local housing prices on the rise?

Housing prices are still on the rise and interest rates are still high so what do we make of everything here in Albuquerque and New Mexico?


Published: 2024-04-16T13:35:22

Updated: 2024-04-16T13:35:23

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Curtis Segarra

Pecos Canyon State Park hosting Earth Day cleanup event

PECOS, N.M. (KRQE) – Earth Day is a chance to celebrate and help the planet. Communities around New Mexico are hosting events, and Pecos Canyon State Park is inviting residents to help clean the Pecos River and nearby roadway. The event is set for...


Published: 2024-04-16T12:38:26

City of Albuquerque hosting annual 50+ Senior Tech Connect Fair

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs is teaming up with Adelante DiverseIT and Teeniors to host the annual 50+Senior Tech Connect Fair at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on April...


Published: 2024-04-16T12:27:27

KRQE Local Reporting you can Trust

by: by: Fallon Fischer

3 adults, 1 teen arrested for deadly shooting outside Northeast Heights apartment complex

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Three adults and one teen were arrested for allegedly killing a man outside an apartment complex in the Northeast Heights Thursday morning, Albuquerque Police said. Detectives arrested Daniel Eduardo Ruiz, 17, Jimena Yanez, 28,...


Published: 2024-04-16T12:00:42

Farmington Daily Times

by: Staff at the Eastern New Mexico News

One injured in Hampton Farms fire outside Portales

Multiple firefighters from around the region Monday afternoon were on the scene of a fire at the peanut processing plant north of Portales' Walmart just off U.S. 70.


Published: 2024-04-16T11:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

RPD makes two more arrests in aggravated assault cases

Police arrested two more suspects on Wednesday in connection with an aggravated assault of a teacher that prompted a brief school lockdown on Tuesday morning.


Published: 2024-04-16T10:13:29

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jessica OnsurezLas Cruces Sun-News

A southern NM hospital was hacked. How to check if your data is compromised.


Published: 2024-04-16T04:58:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T09:12:00

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Daniel J. Chacón dchacon@sfnewmexican.com

Local Hispanics optimistic amid renewed interest in de Vargas, La Reina roles

Local Hispanics say the six candidates may signal a resurgence of enthusiasm in portraying what were once coveted roles.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:30:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T07:58:44

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Matthew Narvaiz mnarvaiz@sfnewmexican.com

Meow Wolf plans extensive layoffs as it looks to cut back on expenses

The layoffs include 111 jobs in both the corporate and exhibition teams, the company said in an email to The New Mexican.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:15:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T07:56:59

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Associated Press

Suspect accused of killing man a Northern New Mexico rest stop, stealing cars


Published: 2024-04-16T12:15:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T06:31:26

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Matthew Narvaiz mnarvaiz@sfnewmexican.com

New Santa Fe fitness studio aims to enhance clients' quality of life, whatever their age

Veronica Monroe Training opened in March at Ironstone Gardens on West San Mateo Road.


Published: 2024-04-15T22:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T05:13:31

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Scott Wyland swyland@sfnewmexican.com

All of New Mexico's rivers top list for most imperiled in nation

The U.S. Supreme Court's Sackett decision led to the bulk of New Mexico's waters being stripped of federal protections.


Published: 2024-04-16T10:30:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T05:02:50

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Pay It 4ward: Local shop owner thanked for helping those in need

Tonight’s Pay It 4ward episode, helps a woman who wears many hats and has touched many lives.


Published: 2024-04-16T04:49:36

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:50:56

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

National Park Service honors longtime historian-turned-critic Richard West Sellars

Sellars, who died in 2017, is credited with bringing about changes in the way the agency manages ecosystems.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:15:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:44:43

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Margaret O’Hara mohara@sfnewmexican.com

SFCC to introduce new program in critical care paramedicine

The hope is to generate a new crop of trained professionals who can transport patients in critical condition by ambulance or helicopter without disrupting care.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:30:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:36:40

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

What does the sentencing of ‘Rust’ armorer mean for Alec Baldwin and New Mexico film industry?

What could Gutierrez-Reed's conviction and sentencing Monday mean for Alec Baldwin and our successful film industry in New Mexico?


Published: 2024-04-16T04:19:54

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:19:55

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Phaedra Haywood phaywood@sfnewmexican.com

Gutierrez-Reed gets maximum 18 months for involuntary manslaughter in 'Rust' shooting

District Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer deemed the former movie armorer's crime a serious violent offense, meaning she'll be required to serve at least 85% of her sentence.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:45:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:11:52

Evacuation order lifted after liquid natural gas spill

DURANGO, Colo. — Update: Orders calling for Highway 160 evacuations and a shelter-in-place have been lifted. Below are previous details regarding the response to a liquid natural gas spill. Advertisement Officials have ordered...


Published: 2024-04-16T03:36:00

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Josh Boak The Associated Press

Biden administration agrees to provide $6.4 billion to Samsung for making computer chips in Texas

The funding announced Monday by the Commerce Department is part of a total investment in the cluster that, with private money, is expected to exceed $40 billion.


Published: 2024-04-15T05:06:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T03:30:43

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Anne D’Innocenzio The Associated Press

Retail sales surge 0.7% in March as Americans seem unfazed by higher prices with jobs plentiful

Retail sales rose 0.7% last month after being up a revised 0.9% in February, according to the Commerce Department’s report on Monday.


Published: 2024-04-15T08:24:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T03:30:27

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Why you should wear sunscreen in April

It's only April, but it's time to start wearing sunscreen if you're outside on these sunny New Mexico days.


Published: 2024-04-16T01:18:19

Updated: 2024-04-16T01:18:21

Police track down fatal stabbing suspect in Colfax County

COLFAX COUNTY, N.M. — Deputies found a 71-year-old man dead while responding to a report of a stabbing just after 7 a.m. Sunday, a Colfax County Sheriff's Office news release said.The call had said the man, later identified as David Adams, was conscious...


Published: 2024-04-16T01:17:00

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Deadline to file taxes is today: Here are some last minute options

If you were planning on sending your taxes through the mail, your options are shrinking as it gets later and later.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:49:24

Updated: 2024-04-16T01:11:12

No one hurt after fire in Moriarty

MORIARTY, N.M. — Crews responded to a fire in Moriarty that broke out on Monday afternoon. It started around 3:18 p.m., April 15.The fire started at the intersection of Route 66 and Martin Road in Moriarty. It did not hurt anyone and was extinguished...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:58:00

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

Albuquerque police arrest suspect in fatal stabbing

Albuquerque police say they've arrested a man Sunday who stabbed another man to death over an alleged $300 debt. 


Published: 2024-04-15T04:34:55

Updated: 2024-04-16T00:39:52

KOB 4

by: Mesha Begay

‘Rust’ armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed shows ‘no remorse’ during sentencing

A Santa Fe judge gave Hannah Gutierrez-Reed the maximum sentence for her role in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:32:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T00:32:37

Hannah Gutierrez-Reed sentenced to 18 months in prison for 'Rust' Film Shooting

Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has been sentenced to 18 months at the New Mexico Women's Correctional Facility for her role in the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins by actor Alec Baldwin on the set of the film "Rust." Gutierrez-Reed was convicted...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:09:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

'That’s about as good an image as I’m going to get': Eclipse viewing

San Juan College Planetarium director David Mayeux had two telescopes and various other pieces of equipment set up Monday for the solar eclipse.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Camp trailer fire in Waterflow leaves one dead, another injured

One person died and another was injured in an early-morning fire in a camp trailer in Waterflow on April 3.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Former FBI agent Bill Hall named to vacant District 3 seat in House

San Juan County native Bill Hall was chosen by the San Juan County Commission to serve the remainder of Ryan Lane's term in the state House.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Mike Easterling

New Mexico officials plan stops in Farmington, Shiprock

New Mexico Human Services Department Secretary Kari Armijo will be part of the Cabinet in Your Community program coming to San Juan County.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

New Trail of the Ancients Scenic Byway plan being developed

Planners hope to hear from folks who have visited sites along the Trail of the Ancients Scenic Byway about what their experiences have been like.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: The Farmington Daily-Times

Shiprock man charged in 2023 crash that killed 2

Shiprock resident Brian Gonnie has been charged for his alleged involvement in a deadly Dec. 1, 2023, crash on U.S. Highway 64.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Staff reports

Unemployment claims in New Mexico declined last week

Here's a look at how weekly unemployment claims changed in New Mexico last week compared with the week prior.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Los Alamos Light Opera To Present ‘Fun Home’ April 19-27

LALO News:“What would happen if we spoke the truth?” Alison Bechdel asks in her graphic novel “Fun Home”, along with many other provocative questions and ideas. Another: “Perhaps affectation can be so thoroughgoing, so authentic in its details, that it...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

PAC 8 Community Media Center: April 19-25, 2024

PAC 8 News:PAC 8 Community Media Center is available for recording events, transferring of old media, shooting and editing, live streaming and drone photography and videography.For information, email pac8@losalamos.com, call 505.662.7228 or visit pac8cmc


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

PAC 8 Summer Media Classes Start Monday June 10 … Openings Remain For Students Aged 9-14

Scene from previous PAC 8 Summer Media Class. Courtesy/PAC 8Scene from previous PAC 8 Summer Media Class. Courtesy/PAC 8PAC 8 News:PAC 8 summer media classes start June 10 and openings remain for students aged 9-14.Students have opportunities to learn...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Read The Latest Letters To The Editor

Post News:To read the latest letters to the editor, click here. Read More


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Robinson: A Better Way To Run A Railroad

By SHERRY ROBINSON All She Wrote © 2024 New Mexico News ServicesThere’s nothing like a road trip to make you appreciate another mode of transportation – trains. They keep motorists company along many a New Mexico highway. Before we left the federal...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

SFCC: ECCOE On Free Virtual Conference On Importance Of Play In Early Childhood Development April 22-26

Courtesy/SFCCSFCC News:SANTA FE — Santa Fe Community College’s Early Childhood Center of Excellence announces First Born® & More and the Institute for Innovative Family Programs (IIFP) are hosting the Third Annual First Born® & More Home Visiting...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Topper Baseball Team Tops Taos Tigers In Conference Game

The Los Alamos High School Hilltopper Baseball Team hosted the Taos Tigers to a doubleheader Saturday at Bomber Field on North Mesa. The Toppers won the first game 22-2 and the second 12-2. This was a conference game. Kyle Evenhus has to jump high to make...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Topper Softball Wins Conference Games At Home

The Topper Softball team won both ends of a double hitter against the Taos Tigers played on Hope Field in Overlook Park Saturday winning the first game 10-0 in 5 innings and 19-9 for the second game in 5 innings. Here Sydney Kitts hits the ball for a...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich Cosponsors Legislation To Fast-Track Veterans Access To Health Care Benefits

U.S. SENATE News:WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) cosponsored the Combat Veterans Pre-Enrollment Act, legislation to give combat veterans the option to enroll in their health care benefits program before officially transitioning out...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

APD Chief Medina Says He's Leaving Job But There's A Catch, Also: Decision Comes As Keller Preps For Third Mayoral Run And As APD Reform Lags And Crime Wave Goes On, Plus: More Legislative Primary Debate  

Medina and KellerAPD Chief Harold Medina is leaving his job--but there's a catch. The Chief says he won't give up the reins to his controversial reign until December 2025. That just happens to coincide with the end of Mayor Tim Keller's second term in...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

New Mexico Sun

by: New Mexico Sun

Become a Tech-Savvy Senior!

The Department of Senior Affairs, along with local non-profits Adelante-DiverseIT and Teeniors, will host their annual 50+ Senior Tech Connect fair on Friday, April 19, 2024 at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center.In today’s world, many routine tasks...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

New Mexico Sun

by: New Mexico Sun

City Completes First Phase of Million Dollar Climate Action Planning Grant

The City of Albuquerque has unveiled the initial deliverable for the Climate Pollution Reduction Grant’s Planning Program, following the receipt of a substantial $1 million in funding earlier this year. Referred to as the Priority Climate Action Plan...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

New Mexico Sun

by: New Mexico Sun News Service

Rio Grande Foundation President: ‘The government should not be involved in setting or regulating the credit card industry’

Paul Gessing, president of the Rio Grande Foundation, said his organization opposes a pending U.S. Senate bill to regulate the credit card industry.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Another suspect in deadly shooting to be held in pre-trial detention

A second man charged with murder in a deadly shootout in a residential neighborhood in Roswell will remain in custody until his case goes to trial.


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Justin Garcia, The Las Cruces Bulletin

Southern N.M. officials grapple with threats, raising questions about local democracy

A voicemail ends with a death threat. Racist hate spewed in a phone call. An unknown car parked outside the house. Social media posts calling for summary execution. Threats of violence like these are well-suited for political thrillers. They evoke the...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Megan Myscofski, KUNM

Study measures impact of NM behavioral health copay law

A new, one-of-a-kind law took effect in New Mexico two years ago that did away with behavioral health co-pays for people in certain insurance plans. A new study on the law says results so far are mixed. Ezra Golberstein, an associate professor of health...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Nada Hassanein

To close racial gap in maternal health, some states take aim at implicit bias

Countless times, Kenda Sutton-El, a Virginia doula, has witnessed her Black pregnant clients being dismissed or ignored by clinicians. One woman was told by doctors that swelling, pain and warmth in her leg was normal, despite warning the clinicians that...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jacob Fischler

Trump makes one last presidential immunity argument to the U.S. Supreme Court

Hours after Donald Trump sat in a New York courtroom and became the first former president in U.S. history to be a defendant in a criminal trial Monday, his attorneys filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court renewing his claim of absolute presidential...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Zachary Roth

Trump on trial: Former president faces criminal charges of falsifying business records

NEW YORK — The trial of former President Donald Trump kicked off Monday in a lower Manhattan courtroom, marking the first time in U.S. history that an ex-president has been tried on criminal charges. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

1 dead after Albuquerque police shooting at Walmart

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A person is dead after a police shooting at a Walmart parking lot in northeast Albuquerque. The fatal shooting happened Thursday morning, April 11.Law enforcement is at the Walmart Supercenter store at 2266 Wyoming Blvd. NE. No police...


Published: 2024-04-15T23:24:00

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico Guilty ‘Rust’ armorer who called jurors ‘a**holes’ gets max sentence

Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, the armorer involved in the tragic 2021 shooting on the set of the movie “Rust,” has been sentenced to the maximum of 18 months in prison for involuntary manslaughter in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. The sentence was...


Published: 2024-04-15T21:57:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted by Senior Circle-ENMMC

Picturing the Day-Senior Circle Painting

Members of the Senior Circle are shown during a recent painting class. The group, hosted by Eastern New Mexico Medical Center, offers an array of activities and semina…


Published: 2024-04-15T20:54:58

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

RISD board OKs updates to surveillance video policy

Revisions to the video surveillance policy within the Roswell Independent School District (RISD) were approved by board members this week.


Published: 2024-04-15T20:54:58

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Part of Nizhoni Boulevard will be closed starting April 15

Part of Nizhoni Boulevard will be closed starting April 15 Monday, 15 April 2024 20:13 gallupsun As part of Phase III of the East Nizhoni Boulevard Improvements project, Murphy Builders Inc. has closed the south part of Nizhoni Boulevard between South...


Published: 2024-04-15T20:13:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

TriCore celebrates Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

TriCore — the independent, not-for-profit, clinical reference laboratory founded and headquartered in Albuquerque — and medical laboratory professionals across the nat…


Published: 2024-04-15T17:53:01

KOAT Action News

by: Sasha Lenninger

Albuquerque 911 dispatcher center in need of people

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Much of the United States is dealing with a 911 dispatcher shortage.New Mexico is affected by it as well. Advertisement "I started at 18, and I fell in love with it," said Jessica Solis, a veteran dispatcher in...


Published: 2024-04-15T17:50:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Caretakers for people living with Alzheimer's experience a high level of stress

Caretakers for people living with Alzheimer's experience a high level of stress Monday, 15 April 2024 15:50 gallupsun The physical, emotional and financial implications of stress are universal, and the National Institutes of Health cites those as it...


Published: 2024-04-15T15:50:00

Roswell Daily Record

by: Christina Stock

Clarification

The concert with the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) and Johnny and the Crashers, mentioned in the article "Free concert brings classical and rock musicians toget…


Published: 2024-04-15T15:41:47

Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

Free small business webinar

The New Mexico State Bar Foundation’s Modest Means Helpline is hosting its second free small business webinar of the year on April 24 from noon to 1 p.m. on Zoom. The …


Published: 2024-04-15T15:35:10

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

Maj. Gen. Grizzle talks about his accomplishments at NMMI

In an interview with the Roswell Daily Record on Wednesday, outgoing New Mexico Military Institute President and Superintendent Maj. Gen. Jerry Grizzle talked about hi…


Published: 2024-04-15T15:06:01

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Jim Hilley Roswell Daily Record

Parade at NMMI honors Grizzle

A military parade honoring outgoing New Mexico Military Institute President and Superintendent Maj. Gen. Jerry Grizzle will be at 2 p.m. today at Stapp Parade Field. G…


Published: 2024-04-15T15:04:38

Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Wanted criminal suspect arrested following chase, crash

A man wanted on an arrest warrant on drug trafficking and unlawful possession of a firearm charges acquired new charges early Friday after a brief off-road vehicle pur…


Published: 2024-04-15T14:15:37

Child struck by vehicle at mobile home park

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A vehicle hit a young child Sunday night at a mobile home park, an Albuquerque Police Department news release said.The incident on Zuni Road SE happened just before 7 p.m., the release said. The child was taken to the hospital. ...


Published: 2024-04-15T13:52:00

Piñon Post

by: Renato Costa

@reproforall, X New Mexico As Cartel conquers NM land, MLG shuns state action for federal help

Far-left open-borders Democrat Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico has decided against convening a special legislative session focused on border security measures despite the border catastrophe, with the Cartel taking over New Mexico land. The...


Published: 2024-04-15T07:05:00

KOAT Action News

by: Alyssa Munoz

New Mexicans respond amid Iran missile strikes on Israel

Just last month, the New Mexico Democratic party voted to adopt a policy calling for a ceasefire in the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. After Iran shot missile strikes at Israel Saturday, some New Mexicans are worried violence will escalate. ...


Published: 2024-04-15T04:08:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

April gardening tips in Lea County

April gardening tips in Lea County David Hooten/Dr. Dirt April’s here and spring has sprung! The weather is warming up in Lea County and West Texas. Early spring flowers and flowering trees are showing their colors now. Suddenly it feels like there is a...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

Domenici Tries To Separate From Trump: "Not Looking For An Endorsement" And "Won't Be Giving One"; Also Announces Opposition To A Federal Abortion Ban; Evades Time Limit Issue, Plus: Funny Man Quezada Not Laughing At BernCo Commission  

DomeniciNella Domenici is trying to shed the heavy baggage that would keep her from mounting a serious challenge to Dem US Senator Martin Heinrich but the Democrats are determined to make her carry the burdensome cargo right up until Election Day. The 63...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

New Mexico Sun

by: New Mexico Sun

NMSU Aggie Fashion Club to host 2024 Sustainable Fashion Show


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Kelcie Moseley-Morris

Bills about ‘abortion coercion’ and ‘trafficking’ advance in Republican-led legislatures

Abortion-related bills continue to be introduced and debated in legislatures across the country, especially in states where the procedure is already banned. It can be hard to monitor them all, so States Newsroom’s Reproductive Rights Today team tracks...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Sara Wilson, Colorado Newsline

Colorado House approves historic ban on ‘assault weapons’

The Colorado House of Representatives on Sunday passed a prohibition on the sale, manufacture and transfer of so-called “assault weapons” for the first time in state history, sending the measure over to a less certain future in the Senate. The chamber...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Patrick Lohmann

Lengthy to-do list before NMFA begins approving $125 million in new housing loans

The head of the state’s finance authority tasked with doling out a windfall of housing loans said the authority is on track to OK loans in the fall — so long as what she called the “timeline gods” are merciful. In the legislative session that wrapped up...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Jacob Fischler

Trump’s repeated escapes from political damage to be tested in NYC trial

Donald Trump on Monday in a New York City courtroom will make history as the first former U.S. president to stand trial in criminal proceedings. And it raises new issues for the presumptive Republican nominee for president in November, even as he builds a...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

Source New Mexico

by: Robert Zullo

‘Panicked rush to gas’ could hike energy costs, report warns regulators

The nation’s largest public power company, the Tennessee Valley Authority, which serves 10 million people in Tennessee and parts of six neighboring states, has put forward plans for eight new natural gas plants since 2020. In South Carolina, Dominion...


Published: 2024-04-15T00:00:00

KOAT Action News

by: Alyssa Munoz

New Mexico addressing sexual assault awareness month

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The month of April brings awareness to sexual assault — something experts say happens almost every minute throughout the United States. The UNM LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center said they're hosting events throughout the month to remind...


Published: 2024-04-14T17:12:00

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico NM Supreme Court just ruled to force wokeism down your throat in court

In its latest woke move, the New Mexico Supreme Court implemented a new order allowing individuals interacting with the court system to specify their preferred pronouns and salutations


Published: 2024-04-13T21:42:00

Edgewood Independent

by: The Independent staff

Minor ejected in trailer rollover in canyon injuring 4


Published: 2024-04-13T17:17:34

Updated: 2024-04-13T17:17:36

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico New poll spells doom for Vasquez’s reelection hopes over this key issue

A new poll from the leftist Axios spells bad news for far-left open-borders Democrat Rep. Gabe Vasquez as he battles for his political life in the 2024 election against well-funded and popular GOP former Rep. Yvette Herrell for the Second Congressional...


Published: 2024-04-13T14:59:00

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Weak in Review: April 17

Posted inNews Weak in Review: April 17 by The Paper staff 14 hours agoApril 12, 2024 Every stoner’s favorite holiday, 4/20, falls on a Saturday this year.  So, pretty much nothing is getting done that day. April 21 is national Keep off the Grass Day...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-04-12T17:16:29

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Tax filing day is April 15

Tax filing day is April 15 Friday, 12 April 2024 14:13 gallupsun SANTA FE — New Mexico income tax returns for the 2023 tax year are due on April 15. Taxpayers can check the status of their returns and refunds by creating an account on the New Mexico...


Published: 2024-04-12T14:13:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

NMDA issues advisory following animal feed recall In Arizona, Colorado, Texas

NMDA issues advisory following animal feed recall In Arizona, Colorado, Texas Friday, 12 April 2024 13:21 gallupsun LAS CRUCES, N.M. — The New Mexico Department of Agriculture issued an advisory following a manufacturer recall of chicken, swine, cattle,...


Published: 2024-04-12T13:21:00

Edgewood Independent

by: Ed Williams, Searchlight NM

Fined and Stripped of His Marijuana License, Dineh Benally Keeps on Growing


Published: 2024-04-12T09:50:23

Updated: 2024-04-12T09:50:24

Gallup Sun

by: Gallupsun Staff

Moments in Time

Moments in Time Friday, 12 April 2024 04:12 Gallupsun Staff On April 22, 2000, 6-year-old Elián Gonzalez, who was the sole survivor of an abortive attempt by 13 other Cuban citizens to enter America as illegal immigrants, was taken by a S.W.A.T. team from...


Published: 2024-04-12T04:12:00

AZ Boy Robert Chavez conviction in Alamogordo murders upheld

Robert Chavez was convicted of double murder in 2019.


Published: 2024-04-12T00:00:00

Summer internships available for Alamogordo juniors, seniors

Alamogordo Public Schools announced several internship opportunities for high school juniors and seniors.


Published: 2024-04-12T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Adrian Hedden

UPDATE: Human remains found on backcountry trail at Carlsbad Caverns

Investigators said human remains were found April 11, and investigators were initially unable to identify the deceased.


Published: 2024-04-12T00:00:00

Farmington Daily Times

by: Mike Easterling

Hundreds attend NM Governor's resource fair, town hall

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham brought her entire Cabinet to Farmington April 11 for a resource fair and town hall at Animas Elementary School.


Published: 2024-04-12T00:00:00

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico Two women injured at UNM abortion facility in single day

On Wednesday, April 10, 2024, the University of New Mexico Center For Reproductive Health (UNMCRH), a freestanding abortion facility, was the site of two separate abortion-related medical emergencies documented by volunteers from Abortion Free New Mexico


Published: 2024-04-11T21:58:00

Edgewood Independent

by: Austin Fisher, Source NM

How to Participate in NM’s 2024 Primary Elections


Published: 2024-04-12T08:18:00

Updated: 2024-04-11T17:18:37

Edgewood Independent

by: Elizabeth McCall | The Independent

No Resolution For Community Fears Over Demolishing School Buildings


Published: 2024-04-12T08:13:00

Updated: 2024-04-11T17:13:36

Edgewood Independent

by: Michael Hodock, The Independent

Propane Truck Fire Burns For Days in East Mts.


Published: 2024-04-12T08:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-11T17:09:46

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza Pino, Editor

Woods: Potential buyers are not admissible evidence

RESERVE – Judge Roscoe Woods of the Seventh Judicial District Court, granted the State...


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Ikani Taumoepeau builds Las Cruces' future on firm 'foundation'

Ikani Taumoepeau hopes to build on the foundation that he has helped establish throughout the past four years as he settles into his role as city manager.


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Lawsuit calls for gray wolf protections in the American West

Mexican gray wolves were being recovered in southern New Mexico, and a lawsuit called for more protection for the species in the Rocky Mountains.


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Road rage shooter found guilty by Las Cruces jury

Two years after he was shot in the face in a road rage incident, New Mexico State University student Daniel Garcia heard the guilty verdict he expected last week.


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

On The Econ Beat: Huge Arizona Chip Coup A Reminder Of What Could Have Been, Plus: Cornerstones Of State Economy Remain Solid While Diversifying Remains Elusive; Stocks Of Maxeon And Virgin Galactic Hit All-Time Lows  

Oh my. What could have been. Imagine this here and now it's happening right across our border:TSMC ’s Arizona subsidiary is set to receive up to $6.6 billion in U.S. government funding under a preliminary agreement announced by the Biden administration....


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

Be Pro, Be Proud: Pathway to Success

“I’m not trying to help a kid find a job. I want to know what gets their gears going, what gets them excited.” Read More


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

Belen Board of Education denies request to act as fiscal agent

As a private organization, the association isn’t eligible to receive public funds since it would violate the state’s anti-donation clause.   Read More


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Felina Martinez | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

Belen Library, Libros for Kids and more awarded STEM-based funding

Thirteen organizations with ties to Valencia County have been awarded funding for science, technology, engineering and mathematics projects through Meta’s annual Community Action Grants program.   Read More


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Valencia County News-Bulletin

Belen man pleads guilty to robbing six ABQ businesses

A previously-convicted felon pleaded guilty in federal court to committing armed robberies of six Albuquerque businesses over a span of six days in 2023. Read More


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

Chris Gillespie chosen as new mayor of Bosque Farms

“I’m just trying to get things done,” said Chris Gillespie, a 31-year resident of the village. Read More


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

Superintendent gives update on Dennis Chavez Elementary

The original goal for a ground breaking was June of this year, and the superintendent remains hopeful the project will kick off close to that.  “… we should be able to break ground over the summer,” he said. “The proposed completion date is December 2025...


Published: 2024-04-11T00:00:00

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico Despite woke eco-leftism, Green New Deal, NM one of the ‘least-green states’

According to a report from WalletHub, New Mexico is one of the “least-green states,” ranking low on many of the 25 metrics identified by the report


Published: 2024-04-10T21:51:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jason GrovesLas Cruces Sun-News

Update: NM fugitive arrested in Juarez for murder in Mesilla

After a nine-day manhunt, Oscar Sandoval is in the custody of the U.S. Marshals and back on United States soil.


Published: 2024-04-10T14:47:00

Updated: 2024-04-10T18:29:00

Dona Ana County home listings asked for less money in March – see the current median price here

Here's a look at how monthly real estate listings changed in Dona Ana County last month.


Published: 2024-04-10T15:01:00

Piñon Post

by: Renato Costa

New Mexico Alleged crook Stapleton, accomplice face judge in graft scheme case

Sheryl Williams Stapleton, a former New Mexico state legislator and Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) official, alongside Joseph Johnson of Virginia, entered pleas of not guilty to multiple felony charges relating to the misappropriation of federal funds...


Published: 2024-04-10T12:42:00

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Common Cause Seeks Volunteers for June Primary

Posted inNew Mexico Common Cause Seeks Volunteers for June Primary by The Paper staff April 10, 2024April 10, 2024


Published: 2024-04-10T09:40:59

Updated: 2024-04-10T09:41:03

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico NM Dems lose their minds after AZ court upholds pro-life law

On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court upheld the state’s longtime pro-life law, which effectively prohibited abortions in the state


Published: 2024-04-10T01:34:00

Alamogordo school bus routes available to parents via new app

The Alamogordo School District has ditched the Ride 360 mobile app. Parents can now use the 'My Ride K-12' app for updated bus route information.


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Community Announcement

April 13 2nd Annual Wings N' Wheels Register: 505.287.4700. What You Can Expect: Free admission, fly-ins, upclose static display of airplanes, aerobatic skydivers & aviation museum cars, motorcycles, hot rods, classics, off road, & race cars, automotive...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

Community Calendar

If there are any announcements you would like included in the community calendar, send a brief description of the event, a time and location with contact information to editor@cibolacitizen.com. The community calendar is reserved for nonprofits and local...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

David Lee Baisden

David Lee Baisden (70) was born in Kessler, West Virginia on April 20, 1953, to Marie Frances Coy and Clifford Baisden. He moved to Milan, New Mexico when he…


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

Medicaid Open Enrollment Period Now Available

State to host statewide informational community eventsSANTA FE – The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) announces the open enrollment period for Medicaid under the new Turquoise Care program, from April 1, through May 31, 2024. This introduces...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

New Mexico Courts Launches New Website

SANTA FE, NM – New Mexico Courts launched a new website to provide the public with an improved user experience and a fresh, new look. The website is nmcourts.…


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

New Mexico Securities Division highlights proactive investor protection tips for Financial Capability Month

SANTA FE – April is National Financial Capability Month, and the New Mexico Securities Division is sharing tips to help protect new and existing investors this month and throughout the year.“No matter where you stand on your investment journey,...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Franklin Romero, Sports Correspondent

Pirate Tennis Update

The lady Pirates tennis team is currently 6-3, 1-0 after a recent win over Hope Christian 5-4 and Manzano 9-0.At the Manzano meet number 1 Alexia Munson defeated Gabriella Mc-Carthy 6-1, 6-0. Number 2 Abriyah Urioste defeated Paige Barney 7-5, 6-2. Number...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Kathryn Marmon, Reporter

Shaping Careers in Tourism and Laguna Acoma High

LAGUNA, NM—The Laguna-Acoma Jr./Sr. High School Career and Technical Education program has several offerings to enrich students’ possibilities for a future career. One is a course in Welding, another is a course in Mechatronics, and the third area is a...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

White House Investment set to make New Mexico a vital domestic epicenter for advanced chip manufacturing

SANTA FE, N.M. – New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham today applauded the White House announcement that will make New Mexico a vital domestic epicenter for silicon chip manufacturing. President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday that the U.S. Department...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

Wildfire Preparedness is Year-Round:

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – As we enter springtime, we have an opportunity to prepare for the drier conditions and wildfire season. April is a great time to do spring…


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

House Speaker Parts Way With Progressives Working To Oust Conservative Dems; Martinez Supporting All Incumbent Dems In '24 Primary, Plus: More Of Our Reporting On Campaign Money Reports  

Speaker MartinezProgressives targeting high-profile conservative Democrats like Rep. Patty Lundstrom won't be getting any help from House Speaker Javier Martinez. In fact, his political arm says, Martinez and his Speaker Fund will be supporting all...


Published: 2024-04-10T00:00:00

Edgewood Independent

by: Pat Davis

Common Cause election protection program seeks volunteers for June primary


Published: 2024-04-09T14:38:29

Updated: 2024-04-09T14:38:30

Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

New Mexico Herrell goes scorched-earth on open-borders Vasquez

Far-left Democrat Rep. Gabe Vasquez voted multiple times against a slew of bills that would help alleviate the border crisis happening in New Mexico’s Second Congressional District. He even voted against the bipartisan “Laken Riley Act” to mandate that...


Published: 2024-04-09T12:59:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

BLM wants your input: Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument

The National Monument was established in 2014, and the Bureau of Land Management is developing a plan to manage the land for the next 20 years.


Published: 2024-04-09T03:14:00

Updated: 2024-04-09T10:12:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

$56 million proposed for Lea County roadways

$56 million proposed for Lea County roadways Christina Holt/News-Sun LOVINGTON — Roads in Lea County take a beating daily from heavy trucks moving in and out of the oil fields, so Lea County Assistant County Manager Corey Needham has proposed $56 million...


Published: 2024-04-09T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Deceiving Granny heads into its final weekend

Deceiving Granny Caleb A. Gallegos/News-Sun If you love comedy and your granny, Community Players of Hobbs have the show for you. Titled “Deceiving Granny,” based a book by Michael Taylor, the play is a plot twist-filled, suspense with plenty of comedy...


Published: 2024-04-09T00:00:00

BernCo DA's Race Tops Money Charts In Primary '24; Bregman Vs. Martinez Digging Deep For Win In Heated Battle, Plus: Reports On Senate And House Primaries  

The tense race in the winner-take-all chase for the Democratic nomination for Bernalillo County District Attorney could be tight as a drum and despite being confined to only one county this potential nail-biter now leads the state for money raised in...


Published: 2024-04-09T00:00:00

The Paper

by: City Desk ABQ

Gateway Sobering Center Gets $4.2M from Feds

Posted inCity Hall Gateway Sobering Center Gets $4.2M from Feds by City Desk ABQ April 10, 2024April 8, 2024


Published: 2024-04-10T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-04-08T12:03:20

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Weak in Review: April 10

Posted inNews Weak in Review: April 10 by The Paper staff April 10, 2024April 8, 2024


Published: 2024-04-10T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-04-08T11:35:05

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jessica OnsurezLas Cruces Sun-News

What to know about today's partial solar eclipse in New Mexico

Here's everything to know ahead of today's solar eclipse in New Mexico.


Published: 2024-04-08T09:06:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jessica Onsurez Adrian HeddenLas Cruces Sun-News

Partially cloudy but strong views of the solar eclipse in New Mexico

Today's forecast in New Mexico calls for partially cloudy skies.


Published: 2024-04-08T08:58:00

Las Cruces Sun

by: Jason GrovesLas Cruces Sun-News

Allergy season in Las Cruces has grown by 65 days since 1970

Since 1970, the allergy season in Las Cruces has grown by 65 days, which is the second highest during that time period.


Published: 2024-04-08T04:56:00

Big Monday Blog: New GOP House Leadership Features Familar Face, Plus: Dem Infighting; Progressives And Dem Moderates In Heated Debate Over Legislative Primaries, And: Domenici's Fund-Raising Numbers 

Rep. Alan MartinezFor a minute it appeared that state House GOP members might hew to the middle and choose Rep. Gail Armstrong as their new House Minority Leader. Instead there was a swing to the hard right and former House Minority Whip Rod Montoya of...


Published: 2024-04-08T00:00:00

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Congressional Republicans tried naming Dulles airport after Trump; Democrats replied with a bill to name a Miami prison after him instead

Posted inElections Congressional Republicans tried naming Dulles airport after Trump; Democrats replied with a bill to name a Miami prison after him instead by The Paper staff April 6, 2024April 6, 2024


Published: 2024-04-06T14:37:48

Updated: 2024-04-06T14:49:16

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza Pino, Editor

Judge denies pumping of water from the San Agustin Basin

Judge Roscoe Woods, Seventh Judicial District Court Judge, denied the application from the...


Published: 2024-04-05T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Wanda Moeller

Detention Center receives financial boost from Valencia County

An influx of female prisoners from Valencia County, netted Socorro County Detention Center (SCDC) an additional $25,000. The women were transported to Socorro as Valencia’s facility was being used by Netflix to film a movie. The...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza | Editor

Meiklejohn: Italian millionaire seeks financial gain

Magdalena Public Library was at full capacity with more than 50 people in attendance for the San...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Tamara Bicknell-Lombardi

New trustee appointed by Magdalena council

The Magdalena council approved Mayor Richard Rumpf’s nomination of Michael Thompson to replace Harvan Conrad for the remaining two years of term as a trustee. According to the mayor, Conrad had to step down due to health issues....


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza | Editor

Pitbull bites woman on walk with her dog suffers heart attack

Three bystanders came to aid a woman who was walking her service dog after a Pitbull attacked her...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Jessica Carranza | Editor

Socorro School Board joins lawsuit against PED

Socorro Independent School District board, united in their opposition, unanimously voted to join...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Author of Pete the Cat books to perform at Reading Under the Lights

Author of Pete the Cat books to perform at Reading Under the Lights For the News-Sun The JF Maddox Foundation, United Way of Lea County and Hobbs Municipal Schools will welcome the original author of the Pete the Cat series, Eric Litwin, as the featured...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Joe Harvey commercial frontage all taken. Where next?

Joe Harvey commercial frontage all taken. Where next? Levi Hill/News-Sun The one-mile stretch of Joe Harvey Boulevard from Grimes to Lovington Highway has long been the epicenter of commercial development in Hobbs. But with less than a handful of spaces...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Progressive Senator Fiercely Defends Sen. Ivey Soto From Progressive Attacks; Plus: Commentary Corner: Flap Over Denish And Park Playground Arouses Ageist Reaction; Thoughts On A Tempest In A Teapot 

Sen. Ortiz y PinoThe progressive onslaught against centrist ABQ Dem. Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto, the latest of which was carried on the Wednesday blog from a fund-raising letter from consultants urging that Ivey-Soto be defeated at the June 4 primary, has been...


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

Lighting up the city of Belen

BELEN—Some streets in the Hub City will soon be lit up with smart LED lighting.  Cheyenne Ernst,... Read More


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Valencia County News-Bulletin

NM Water Service partners with PromisePay to offer payment plans

RIO COMMUNITIES—New Mexico Water Service recently announced it has partnered with Promise to offer... Read More


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

Private organizations must get permission from county before asking for state money

“This resolution is making it clear to people and the Legislature that unless it comes through us, we are not seeking those funds, so don’t fund it,” Nance added.  Read More


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Valencia County News

by: Posts by Felina Martinez | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

Search in Los Lunas leads to multiple arrests

Multiple law enforcement agencies took part in a search at a Los Lunas residence known to them to house criminal activity, which led to multiple arrests and the seizure of firearms and narcotics.   Read More


Published: 2024-04-04T00:00:00

Progressive Primary Election Targets Revealed; Their Lead PAC Takes Aim At Conservative Dems Including Reps Lundstrom, Matthews and Sen. Ivey-Soto, Plus: The PAC Letter that Seeks To Shape The State's Election Narrative  

The leading progressive election PAC in the state is back in business and conservative legislative Democrats are on notice. Better Future For NM, a committee that relies heavily on labor and environmental funding to the tune of hundreds of thousands, if...


Published: 2024-04-03T00:00:00

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Weak in Review: April 3

Posted inNews Weak in Review: April 3 by The Paper staff April 3, 2024April 1, 2024


Published: 2024-04-03T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-04-01T10:47:41

The Paper

by: Andy Lyman

Nursery Times

Posted inNews Nursery Times by Andy Lyman March 27, 2024March 28, 2024


Published: 2024-03-27T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-03-28T16:19:19

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Denise Ortega

Socorro Rewind

March 28, 1974 SOMETIME BETWEEN 9:30 P.M. Saturday, March 23rd and early Sunday morning, burglars...


Published: 2024-03-28T00:00:00

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Wanda Moeller

Socorro won’t sign SEC renewal without more concrete answers

Last week, Socorro Mayor Ravi Bhasker said the city still needs more answers before it will...


Published: 2024-03-28T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Construction starts back up on former Kmart building

Marshall’s, PetSmart and more back on the table Levi Hill/News-Sun Work began again earlier this week on the former Kmart building and the once announced tenants for the location are now back on the table. Lasco Construction Owner John Ragsdale said the...


Published: 2024-03-28T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Hobbs ranks fifth in New Mexico’s billion dollar cannabis industry

Hobbs ranks fifth in New Mexico’s billion dollar cannabis industry Caleb A. Gallegos/News-Sun New Mexico has just reached an all new high in states history by reaching $1 billion in cannabis sales, with Hobbs ranking fifth in total sales in the state...


Published: 2024-03-28T00:00:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

WIPP celebrates 25 years of operations

WIPP celebrates 25 years of operations Levi Hill/News-Sun Today the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in eastern Eddy County — about 40 miles west of Hobbs — stands as an edifice to sound science, collaboration and cooperation, but 43 years ago when Arthur Moss...


Published: 2024-03-28T00:00:00

The Paper

by: New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service

Selecting Ornamental Trees for New Mexico

Posted inNews Selecting Ornamental Trees for New Mexico by New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service March 27, 2024March 27, 2024


Published: 2024-03-27T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-03-27T09:12:41

El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Russell Huffman | Assistant Editor

PHOTO GALLERY: Multicar train derailment in Socorro

A multicar train derailment near the Socorro Water Treatment Plant late Monday caused a flurry of...


Published: 2024-03-26T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Rural Wonder

by: Amber Knox On June 21, 1907, Asa Lee Williamson, a principal, and Lucy Betty Hunt, a teacher,... Read More


Published: 2024-03-26T00:00:00

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Weak in Review: March 27

Posted inNews Weak in Review: March 27 by The Paper staff March 27, 2024March 25, 2024


Published: 2024-03-27T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-03-25T17:13:47

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Goodbye Tokyo: Hello Kobe and Noodles

Goodbye Tokyo: Hello Kobe and Noodles Levi Hill/News-Sun Hobbsans who enjoy a different dining experience from hamburgers and Mexican food will be saddened to hear Tokyo Steakhouse is closing. But don’t fret, the Asian cuisine isn’t going far — it’s just...


Published: 2024-03-25T00:00:00

Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

Detox outpatient services moving to new building

Detox outpatient services moving to new building Friday, 22 March 2024 00:00 Staff Reports Residents of Gallup and the surrounding areas will have an easier time accessing outpatient services for substance use disorder treatment starting April 1.Four...


Published: 2024-03-22T00:00:00

Gallup Sun

by: By Sam Mazzota King Syndicate

Excessive barker goes hoarse

Excessive barker goes hoarse Friday, 22 March 2024 00:00 By Sam Mazzota King Syndicate DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My little dog Barnsey is quite a barker for a terrier, but for the past several days his bark has been very hoarse. He sometimes snorts or sneezes,...


Published: 2024-03-22T00:00:00

Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

NMDA recognizes 51st National Agricultural Week

NMDA recognizes 51st National Agricultural Week Friday, 22 March 2024 00:00 Staff Reports LAS CRUCES, N.M. — The New Mexico Department of Agriculture is celebrating the 51st National Agriculture Week – observed March 17 to March 24 – acknowledging and...


Published: 2024-03-22T00:00:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Navajo Hopi Land Commission advocates for appointment of DHNR commissioner to support displaced families

Navajo Hopi Land Commission advocates for appointment of DHNR commissioner to support displaced families Thursday, 21 March 2024 19:45 gallupsun WASHINGTON D.C. — The Navajo Hopi Land Commission engaged in a discussion with White House officials on March...


Published: 2024-03-21T19:45:00

Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

Hobbs committee names top picks for new middle school design

Hobbs committee names top picks for new middle school design Andy Brosig/News-Sun It’s down to three as the Middle School Design Team of Hobbs Municipal Schools selected its top proposals from a field of six designs during the group’s last meeting Monday...


Published: 2024-03-21T00:00:00

The Paper

by: The Paper staff

Weak in Review: March 20

Posted inNews Weak in Review: March 20 by The Paper staff March 20, 2024March 18, 2024


Published: 2024-03-20T00:03:00

Updated: 2024-03-18T14:44:41

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Supreme Court to hear case in Albuquerque for educational program

SANTA FE – Students will have an opportunity to watch an oral argument on a case involving a... Read More


Published: 2024-03-18T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

Changes at the Chamber

by: Amber Knox The Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce has new leadership and new ideas for 2024.... Read More


Published: 2024-03-07T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

March is Arbor Month in New Mexico

Seedlings offered to communities, colleges and universities in the state Santa Fe, NM – To... Read More


Published: 2024-03-07T00:00:00

Roosevelt Review

by: Quaylene Parkey

USDA Assists Farmers, Ranchers and Communities Affected by Catastrophic Texas, Oklahoma Wildfires

WASHINGTON, March 7, 2024 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has directed the U.S.... Read More


Published: 2024-03-07T00:00:00

Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

Navajo Nation Council pays tribute to the life of former Sawmill Chapter Vice President Harold Morgan

Navajo Nation Council pays tribute to the life of former Sawmill Chapter Vice President Harold Morgan Saturday, 24 February 2024 11:38 gallupsun WINDOW ROCK, Arizona — On behalf of the 25th Navajo Nation Council, Speaker Crystalyne Curley offers...


Published: 2024-02-24T11:38:00

Deming Headlight

by: Billy Armendariz, Deming Headlight

UPDATED: Bomb blast rattles corrections office Monday

Deming residents were awakened Monday morning by a loud boom that shook windows, rattled pets and was followed by a cloud of smoke. Deming police conf...


Published: 2024-01-22T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Billy Armendariz, Deming Headlight

Register your kid for Little League

Registration for Deming Little League baseball and softball will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on January 6, 13 and 20, at the Luna County Courthouse...


Published: 2023-12-29T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Billy Armendariz, Deming Headlight

Year in review II | Wrapping up 2023 from Headlight’s pages

The following Deming Headlight year in review looks back at highlights from June through December. July 5 Major Division Champs Deming Major Division ...


Published: 2023-12-29T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: From Staff Reports, Deming Headlight

You Can Help Those In Need


Published: 2023-12-29T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Annya Loya, Deming Headlight

Deming in 2023 | This year’s highlights as covered in the Headlight’s pages

As 2024 is in sight, the Deming Headlight decided to take a look back at Deming’s most impactful stories of the past year. Come with us to take a trip...


Published: 2023-12-27T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Billy Armendariz, Deming Headlight

Cram The Cruiser


Published: 2023-12-22T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: From Staff Reports, Deming Headlight

Deming woman to serve 21 years for child abuse

A criminal case in which a 6-year-old child was abused by her mother came to a conclusion Dec. 20, with a Deming woman being sentenced to 21 years in ...


Published: 2023-12-22T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Billy Armendariz, Deming Headlight

Light up downtown! | Gold Avenue stores win MainStreet decorating contest

Chelsea Evans handed out some big bucks on behalf of the Deming MainStreet program this week. “This is our fourth year awarding businesses for decorat...


Published: 2023-12-22T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Headlight staff reports

Missing Endangered Deming girl found

A Deming girl who was the subject of a New Mexico State Police Missing Endangered Person Advisory on Friday afternoon has been found. An update from t...


Published: 2023-12-22T00:00:00

Deming Headlight

by: Billy Armendariz, Deming Headlight

Shop ’til you drop | Shop with a Cop draws 300 children

Santa set the tone for Saturday’s annual Luna County Shop with a Cop at the Deming Walmart Superstore. He made his grand arrival via Deming fire truck...


Published: 2023-12-20T00:00:00

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