491 Articles in New Mexico News
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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgSelf Defense or Murder? Man Charged with Homicide of Unidentified Homeless Man

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 12/5/2022 @ 2:02PM NW Albuquerque - On December 1st, 2022, the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) responded to the scene of an unconscious male at a NW Truck Wash business.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 21:30PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Elise Kaplan / Journal Staff Writer

imgHe faces 33 years in prison for raping a child. But where is he?

He faces 33 years in prison for raping a child. But where is he? A man who is facing up to 33 years in prison after being convicted of raping a child has cut off the GPS monitor he was ordered to wear while.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 19:16PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

imgSome retired educators are, slowly, returning to classrooms.

Some retired educators are, slowly, returning to classrooms. New Mexico's plan to entice retired educators to come back to the classroom is working — even if only by a little.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 18:26PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer

imgUnder PNM's new rate case, utility plans to charge residential customers 75 cents more per month

Under PNM's new rate case, utility plans to charge residential customers 75 cents more per month Public Service Co. of New Mexico's residential customers would pay just 75 cents extra per month if state regulators approve a proposed rate increase that PNM unveiled Monday afternoon.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 15:22PM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 16:13PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Raul Flores / Journal Staff Writer

img116 Albuquerque students shop for new clothes

116 Albuquerque students shop for new clothes Locker#505, a local nonprofit organization, took 116 Albuquerque students to Macy's to pick out new clothes Sunday.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 14:09PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Rick Nathanson / Journal Staff Writer

imgBioPark welcomes first-ever penguin hatchling

BioPark welcomes first-ever penguin hatchling Love is in the frosty air at the ABQ BioPark Zoo's Penguin Chill exhibit, where the first ever penguin chick hatched last month.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 13:43PM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 15:54PM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

City schedules street work


Published: Monday December 05 2022 13:34PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

imgRain doesn’t stop Santa Clara parade

(Press Staff Photo by Jordan Archunde)Rain did not stop the ninth annual Santa Clara Lig......


Published: Monday December 05 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

imgWNMU Jingle and Mingle opens campus for holiday fun

(Photo Courtesy of Western New Mexico University)Western New Mexico University President......


Published: Monday December 05 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

imgHoliday Artisan Market draws in large crowd

(Press Staff Photo by Jordan Archunde)Gay Scheibl, left, chats with community members as......


Published: Monday December 05 2022 13:00PM

imgVegas man charged with murdering his uncle

A Las Vegas man faces a capital murder charge after police allege he shot his uncle in the back of the head with an AK-47 at his home two days after Thanksgiving.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 12:03PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Aubrey Hovey / Journal Assistant City Editor

imgSeveral flights into ABQ diverted Sunday due to heavy fog

Several flights into ABQ diverted Sunday due to heavy fog At least seven flights headed to the Albuquerque International Sunport were diverted to other airports Sunday night, due to dense fog that blanketed the city.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 08:59AM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 10:36AM

img Council to discuss bus fares, plastic bag fees revenue and capital outlay priorities

The Las Cruces City Council will meet at 1 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5, in Council Chambers at City Hall, 700 N. Main St., for a regularly scheduled meeting.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 08:46AM

img Slate of nominees chosen for governor to consider for PRC

The nominating committee tasked with submitting candidates to the governor for appointment to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission chose nine people to nominate.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 00:05AM

img TANF reforms could be part of 2023 legislative session

The Legislative Health and Human Services Committee heard suggestions from the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty on how to reform the Temporary Relief for Needy Families, or TANF, program.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 00:02AM

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Megan Gleason

img‘It’ll never be the same.’ Northern NM residents fly over burn scar to map damage themselves

Hundreds of miles of blackened, lifeless trees — vast stains on the land when viewed from above. Rivers and streams cutting their way through valleys and deadened forests.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgVIDEO-RR Winterfest: a freeze, a parade and a Nightmare Before Christmas

The Cleveland High School Storm Regiment was led by Jack Skellington while performing the Storm Fight Song in the Christmas Parade (Michaela Helean)   Rio Rancho’s Winterfest happened on a cold night, but it was a.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Ariana Figueroa

imgU.S. Supreme Court to review Biden student debt relief plan in February

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court said Thursday it will hear oral arguments in February over a legal challenge by six Republican-led states to the Biden administration student borrower relief plan.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Ariana Figueroa

imgU.S. Senate averts freight rail strike, but bid to include worker sick leave fails

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to codify an agreement the White House brokered between rail unions and freight companies in order to avoid a catastrophic rail strike, but fell short of enough votes to include paid sick leave for workers.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Jennifer Shutt

imgU.S. House GOP to keep earmarks for local projects — with some ‘tweaks’

WASHINGTON — U.S. House Republicans voted last week to keep earmarks in place when they take over the chamber in January, a move that solidifies GOP support for the controversial spending practice that was brought back under new guardrails and transparency mechanisms less than two years ago.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Journal Staff and Wire Reports

imgThe coolest birds in the ABQ BioPark are back

ABQ BioPark’s Penguin Chill exhibit partially reopened Saturday, after it was closed in October to protect penguins from the threat of the highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: David G. Savage Los Angeles Times

Supreme Court to decide if Christian business can turn away gay weddings

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court hears arguments Monday about whether a conservative Christian business owner has a 1st Amendment right to refuse to work with same-sex couples planning to marry.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

imgSame Chairman; Same Problems; Pearce Secures Third Term At Helm Of State's Troubled Minority Party; His Re-election Plus Analysis Of Where NMGOP Goes From Here  

New Mexico Democrats continue to celebrate the fallout from the November 8 election. Their latest happy dance was prompted by the re-election of Steve Pearce as chairman of the state Republican Party despite the GOP suffering severe losses and showing no signs of a turnaround.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Kathleen Stinson

imgRoosevelt awarded grants to combat illegal dumping

Roosevelt County was recently awarded two grants to help pay for the problem they have with illegal dumping. The New Mexico Clean and Beautiful grant applied for by both the city.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Observer staff writer

imgRR mayor expects fewer bumps in 2023

Bottom line for Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull on the state of the city: 2023 is shaping up pretty...


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgPhotos with Santa at Pet Food Gone Wild

From 11 am to 2 pm on Saturday Dec. 10, pets can get photos with Santa at Pet Food Gone Wild....


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Kevin Robinson-Avila | Albuquerque Journal staff writer

imgPNM struggles with rising fuel cost issues

Delays in building new solar plants to replace coal-based electricity are pushing Public Service Company of New Mexico deeper into wholesale energy markets to secure power.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Jerry Redfern, Capital & Main

imgOil and gas operator pays millions for Clean Air Act violations


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Shaun Griswold

imgNine names heading to the governor, who will select a brand new Public Regulation Commission

The committee responsible for sorting through the applicants who are seeking an appointment to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission unanimously voted on Friday to refer nine names to Gov.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Observer staff writer

imgNew book: Learn the difference between manager and leader

Rob Melendez said he started writing his book “Focus on the passion, not the position: A book on...


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Pari Noskin | UNM Health Sciences

imgLow-barrier and full-spectrum care in NM for people with opioid use disorder

Since its inception, the New Mexico State Opioid Response initiative has pioneered ways to address...


Published: Monday December 05 2022

imgJail Log - December 5

Click Here for Curry County Jail Logs Click Here for Roosevelt County Jail Logs... — Updated 12/5/2022


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Mary Annette Pember, ICT

imgHarvard announces return of Native hair samples

Tucked in hundreds of envelopes is the hair cut from Native children as they arrived at boarding schools. Hidden away for nearly 100 years in the recesses of the Peabody Museum at Harvard University, the collection of hair samples offers tangible evidence of the trauma of assimilation.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgFog advisory, safe driving

Listen to the weather This morning there is a fog advisory for Albuquerque and Rio Rancho with...


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Shaun Griswold

imgFixing TANF in New Mexico is ‘one of the most important’ tasks for 2023 session, senator says

Lawmakers indicated support for legislation that would reform a cash assistance program by increasing the amount distributed and eliminating barriers to make sure it gets to the most New Mexicans in need.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Piñon Post

by: Renato Costa

imgEgolf resigns from PRC committee after ethics panel rules he violated lawby Renato Costa December 5, 202

Retiring New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf (D-Santa Fe) has resigned from his position on the Public Regulation Commission Nominating Committee after appointing himself to the post.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Austin Fisher

imgCouncilors to vote on changes to Zero Fares bus program, citing safety concerns

The city of Albuquerque’s Zero Fares program made transit free for everyone but has led some in the city to raise questions about who does and doesn’t belong on the bus.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Patrick Lohmann

imgCongress passes law to crack down on exports of sacred Native American items

A cherished, century-old Acoma shield was stolen from the pueblo in the 1970s. Decades later, it showed up in a French auction catalog.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Staff Report

imgCity seeks public input for strategic plan update

The City of Rio Rancho is updating its five-year strategic plan and seeking public input. A public...


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Ariana Figueroa

imgBiden signs bill that staves off railroad workers strike

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Friday signed into law a resolution intended to avert a freight rail strike, based on an agreement reached between some rail unions and freight rail companies.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

imgAnnual Cookie & Goodie Drive


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Jennifer Shutt

imgA record-setting number of women will serve in state legislatures across the US in 2023

WASHINGTON — A record number of women will soon serve in state legislatures, breaking the previous cap of women lawmakers by at least 69 seats and bringing total representation to more than 32%, according to the Center for American Women and Politics.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Wendy Berhman Selected As New Superintendent Of Manhattan Project National Historical Park

MPNHP Superintendent Wendy BerhmanNPS News:DENVER, Colo. – National Park Service (NPS) Acting Regional Director Kate Hammond announced the selection of Wendy Berhman as the new superintendent for Manhattan Project National Historical Park.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Veterans Services Department Pueblo & Tribal Liason Beverly Charley Honored As A 2022 New Mexico True Heroe

DVS Pueblo & Tribal Liason Beverly Charley served 14 years in the U.S. Army, deployed to Somalia, Iraq and twice to Haiti.NMDVS News:SANTA FE — New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) Pueblo & Tribal Liason Beverly Charley has been recognized by New Mexico Magazine as one of 11 recipients of its 2022 New Mexico True Heroes Award.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Scenes From Little Studio On The Mesa Gathering At SALA

Little Studio On The Mesa gathered at SALA recently to enjoy pjs, movies and Ruby K’s breakfast where children and some adults were able to paint Christmas ornaments.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Scene From ‘Sugar Plum On The Hill’ At Smith Auditorium


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Pets Of The Week: Zeke And Basil

Who’s looking for a well trained dog? Zeke has quite the resume – his long list of known commands aren’t just verbal, he also listens to hand signals the Española Humane can teach new owners.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Obituary: Joyce A. Eyster March 13, 1921 – Nov. 30, 2022

JOYCE A. EYSTER March 13, 1921 – Nov. 30, 2022Joyce A. Eyster of Los Alamos, New Mexico, passed away peacefully in her apartment at Aspen Ridge Lodge on November 30, 2022.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img New Mexico Supreme Court Approves Expansion Of Innovative Program To Assist People Unable To Complete Court Forms

Supreme Court Chief Justice C. Shannon BaconAOC News:SANTA FE — Courts in three counties have successfully piloted a program to help people fill out court forms if they have difficulty reading or writing.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img New Mexico Health Care Affordability Fund Set To Deliver Major Savings On Health Insurance For Most People

 Superintendent of Insurance Russell Toal OSI News:SANTA FE — New Mexico’s Health Care Affordability Fund is set to deliver major savings to most New Mexicans who qualify for health coverage on beWellnm.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img NASA Funds Scale-Up Of UbiQD’s Fluorescent Greenhouse Roofing Technology

Schematic of UbiGro Cover, a new product that leverages twin-screw extrusion to incorporate fluorescent quantum dots into the roofing of greenhouses.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by c_clark

img Marie Curie’s Notebooks Are Still Radioactive

Marie CurieSCIENCE News:Nearly a century after her death, Marie Curie’s papers are still radioactive — and will be for another 1,500 years.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos Rotary Hears From Mission Possible Members

Addie Murphy, right, U.S. Coordinator for Mission Possible, a faith-based non-profit serving Eastern Europe, explains field operations and support organizations as Mission Possible administrator Joy Ecklund joins Murphy at the podium during a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Los Alamos.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos County Biennial Community Survey Mailed To Select Households Today

COUNTY News:Los Alamos County, in partnership with its contractor National Research Center, kicks-off its biennial Community Survey.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos COVID-19 Impact: 40 New Cases For Week Ending Dec. 5, 2022

Los Alamos COVID-19 Impact:COVID-19 statistics for the week ending Dec. 5, 2022, impacting Los Alamos County: Source: New Mexico Department of Health.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Local Libraries Offer Free Digital Access To NYT Games

COUNTY News:The Los Alamos County Library System is offering free digital access to New York Times (NYT) Games such as Wordle, Sudoku, Crossword and Mini Crossword, Spelling Bee and more.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img LAHS Girl’s Wrestling Team Takes 3rd In Jaguar Open

LAHS Girl’s Wrestling Team Saturday at the 2022 Jaguar Open, from left, Natalie Crawford, Mikiaela Guillen, Molly Castille, Jade Blackhart, Xylin Patterson, Wendy Sheppard and Claire Bullock.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Haval: LA Cares Thanks ‘Generous Community’

By LYN HAVAL President LA CaresLA Cares would like to thank the residents of Los Alamos County for a successful food drive Nov. 19.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Fiber Optic Work On West Road & Fairway Begins Dec. 7

County News:COUNTY News:Under contract with the Los Alamos County Information Management Division, Bixby Electric Inc. will install fiber optics in the County rights-of-way on the southeast side of West Road, between Diamond and Fairway, and the south side of Fairway at the West Road intersection heading west approximately 300 feet.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Chris Clark

img Curbside Winter Market At Fuller Lodge Parking Lot Thursday

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Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Balderas & DA Key Announce Life Sentence For Ruidoso Man

Attorney General Hector BalderasFrom the Office of the Attorney General:ALAMOGORDO — New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas and Twelfth Judicial District Attorney Scot Key announced today that Ricardo Soto was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime of killing a two-year-old toddler.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Another Buck Spotted With Stuff Stuck In Its Antlers


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Javier Gallegos/The New Mexican

imgFrisbee tossing at the park

Frisbee tossing at the park Javier Gallegos/The New Mexican Jayden, Sebastian, and their mother Melissa Padilla, from left to right, watch as youngest brother Liam throws a frisbee to their dog Bom Bom on Monday at Ragle Park.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 20:52PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Teya Vitu tvitu@sfnewmexican.com

imgDo It Best hardware store moving into former Office Max space at Plaza Entrada

+3 Do It Best hardware store moving into former Office Max space at Plaza Entrada By Teya Vitutvitu@sfnewmexican.com Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email 1610 Hardware owners Mark and Monica Walters of Denver expect to open the store possibly in February.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 20:45PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Teya Vitu tvitu@sfnewmexican.com

imgBusiness people, Dec. 6, 2022

+6 Business people, Dec. 6, 2022 By Teya Vitutvitu@sfnewmexican.com Bruce Gilbert became the new CEO of beWellnm, New Mexico’s health insurance exchange, Nov.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 19:44PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Lederman nlederman@sfnewmexican.com

imgLas Vegas, N.M., man arrested in shooting death of his visiting uncle

Las Vegas, N.M., man arrested in shooting death of his visiting uncle By Nathan Ledermannlederman@sfnewmexican.com Joshua Corbin turned himself in at the Las Vegas Police Department on Sunday morning.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 19:43PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Doug Lynam{/Byline}

imgGive the gift of experience this holiday season

Holy Trinity of Finance Give the gift of experience this holiday season By Doug Lynam{/Byline} Finding the right gift for those you love can be a time-consuming task.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 18:55PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Andrew Dalton Associated Press

imgThe women at the center of Harvey Weinstein's LA rape trial

+5 The women at the center of Harvey Weinstein's LA rape trial By Andrew DaltonAssociated Press Prosecutors called 44 witnesses to make their case against Harvey Weinstein, but a jury’s decision at his Los Angeles trial will hinge largely on the testimony of the four women he is charged with raping or sexually assaulting.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 17:26PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Claudia L. Silva csilva@sfnewmexican.com

imgCelebrating 'can do' at Special Needs Talent Showcase

+6 Celebrating 'can do' at Special Needs Talent Showcase By Claudia L. Silvacsilva@sfnewmexican.com The performers sang, danced and put on skits they planned themselves for an audience of friends and family.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 15:41PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

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

imgWith students all booked up, Santa Fe schools reducing homework

+3 With students all booked up, Santa Fe schools reducing homework By Margaret O’Haramohara@sfnewmexican.com Under new rules, all homework should be purposeful and divvied in appropriate amounts for a student's grade level.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 15:07PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Lederman nlederman@sfnewmexican.com

imgNew Santa Fe County fire chief started as teenage volunteer, rose through ranks

+4 New Santa Fe County fire chief started as teenage volunteer, rose through ranks By Nathan Ledermannlederman@sfnewmexican.com Two-time cancer survivor Jacob Black assumed the role Saturday.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 15:07PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Janet Steinberg

imgCities with the largest, the smallest, and the most expensive houses


Published: Monday December 05 2022 14:13PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

imgHouse of Representatives welcomes new members

+4 House of Representatives welcomes new members By Robert Nottrnott@sfnewmexican.com Sixteen new legislators will take their oaths of office on the first day of the session — Jan.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 11:53AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Brown nbrown@sfnewmexican.com

imgTwo arrested in stolen vehicle after chase

+2 Two arrested in stolen vehicle after chase By Nathan Brownnbrown@sfnewmexican.com Police detained the vehicle’s occupants and searched the vehicle, locating a stolen handgun, cocaine and two stolen license plates.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 11:50AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Kim Shanahan

imgAbeyta's track record, commitment should help Community Housing Trust

Building Santa Fe Abeyta's track record, commitment should help Community Housing Trust By Kim Shanahan The Santa Fe Community Housing Trust formed in 1992.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 09:25AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

imgFire, flood-damaged acequias may struggle to get help

+5 Fire, flood-damaged acequias may struggle to get help By Robert Nottrnott@sfnewmexican.com The New Mexico Acequia Association says 70 of the irrigation ditches relied on by ranchers and farmers are in danger.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 08:46AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Brown nbrown@sfnewmexican.com

imgPearce cruises to reelection as state Republican Party chairman

Pearce cruises to reelection as state Republican Party chairman By Nathan Brownnbrown@sfnewmexican.com Steve Pearce received 55 percent of the vote, handily defeating his four challengers.


Published: Monday December 05 2022 08:22AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Mark Sherman Associated Press

imgSupreme Court weighs 'most important case' on democracy

+4 Supreme Court weighs 'most important case' on democracy By Mark ShermanAssociated Press The Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case that could dramatically alter voting in 2024 and beyond.


Published: Monday December 05 2022

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Alaina Mencinger / Journal Staff Writer

imgLocal business found itself in a jam after summer drought shrunk its berry harvest so it opened an ice cream parlor

Local business found itself in a jam after summer drought shrunk its berry harvest so it opened an ice cream parlor When life gave them lemons, the mother-son duo who co-own Heidi's Jam Factory diversified their production and made ice cream, the perfect companion to their jams.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:22PM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 00:02AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Alaina Mencinger / Journal Staff Writer

imgView from the basket

View from the basket


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Regina Garcia Cano / Associated Press

imgVenezuela's gov, opponents resume talks; US eases sanction

Venezuela's gov, opponents resume talks; US eases sanction


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Nicole Winfield, Associated Press

imgVatican vendettas: Alleged witness manipulation jolts trial

Vatican vendettas: Alleged witness manipulation jolts trial


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jamey Keaten, Associated Press

imgUneasy calm grips Ukraine as West prepares winter aid

Uneasy calm grips Ukraine as West prepares winter aid


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer

imgUnder the Taliban, 'it felt like being erased'

Under the Taliban, 'it felt like being erased'


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Janie Har And Claudia Lauer, Associated Press

imgUS police rarely deploy deadly robots to confront suspects

US police rarely deploy deadly robots to confront suspects


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jamey Keaten And Nomaan Merchant, Associated Press

imgUS intel chief thinking 'optimistically' for Ukraine forces

US intel chief thinking 'optimistically' for Ukraine forces


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Mark Kennedy, Ap Entertainment Writer

imgThe mind behind the Rubik's Cube celebrates a lasting puzzle

The mind behind the Rubik's Cube celebrates a lasting puzzle


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

imgThe PED is asking for feedback on its new teacher advancement system

The PED is asking for feedback on its new teacher advancement system


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Theresa Davis / Journal Staff Writer

imgState Land Office will require archaeological surveys

State Land Office will require archaeological surveys


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Dan McKay / Journal Staff Writer

imgSpeaker Brian Egolf resigns from PRC nominating panel, ending ethics case

Speaker Brian Egolf resigns from PRC nominating panel, ending ethics case


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Ciarán Giles, Associated Press

imgSpain: numerous devices found after Ukrainian Embassy blast

Spain: numerous devices found after Ukrainian Embassy blast


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jamey Keaten, Associated Press

imgRussia rejects pullout from Ukraine as condition for talks

Russia rejects pullout from Ukraine as condition for talks


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jamey Keaten / Associated Press

imgRussia rejects $60-a-barrel cap on its oil, warns of cutoffs

Russia rejects $60-a-barrel cap on its oil, warns of cutoffs


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Associated Press

imgRussia claims Kyiv hit its air bases, fires more missiles

Russia claims Kyiv hit its air bases, fires more missiles


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Colleen Heild / Journal Investigative Reporter

imgRio Rancho ordered to pay more than $43,000 in IPRA case

Rio Rancho ordered to pay more than $43,000 in IPRA case


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Ivan Leonard / Journal Staff Writer

imgRaising the bar with UK award

Raising the bar with UK award


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Danica Kirka / Associated Press

imgPrince William focuses U.S. trip on climate amid Harry row

Prince William focuses U.S. trip on climate amid Harry row


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Sam Mednick and Jamey Keaten / Associated Press

imgPockets of shelling across Ukraine as wintry warfare looms

Pockets of shelling across Ukraine as wintry warfare looms


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Dan Boyd / Journal Capitol Bureau Chief

imgPearce wins reelection as NM GOP chairman through 2024

Pearce wins reelection as NM GOP chairman through 2024


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Susan Montoya Bryan / Associated Press

imgPanel picks finalists for Public Regulation Commission

Panel picks finalists for Public Regulation Commission


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Hannah Schoenbaum, Associated Press/Report For America

imgNorth Carolina blackouts caused by shootings could last days

North Carolina blackouts caused by shootings could last days


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: David McHugh / Associated Press

imgNo OPEC+ oil shakeup as Russian price cap stirs uncertainty

No OPEC+ oil shakeup as Russian price cap stirs uncertainty


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Associated Press

imgNewborn among 7 dead in landslide on Italy's Ischia island

Newborn among 7 dead in landslide on Italy's Ischia island


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Geoff Grammer / Journal Staff Writer

imgNMSU basketball player involved in fatal shooting suspended from team

NMSU basketball player involved in fatal shooting suspended from team


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

imgNM students graduating in 2024 won't need to pass some tests

NM students graduating in 2024 won't need to pass some tests


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: / Associated Press

imgNM expands help with filling court forms

NM expands help with filling court forms


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Stephen Mcgrath And Lorne Cook, Associated Press

imgNATO allies vow to back Moldova, Georgia, and Bosnia

NATO allies vow to back Moldova, Georgia, and Bosnia


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jesse Bedayn, Associated Press

imgLGBTQ chorus in Colorado Springs unifies community with song

LGBTQ chorus in Colorado Springs unifies community with song


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jessica Gresko, Associated Press

imgJustices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights

Justices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Joe Mcdonald, Associated Press

imgJiang Zemin, who guided China's economic rise, dies

Jiang Zemin, who guided China's economic rise, dies


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jack Jeffery / Associated Press

imgIran morality police status unclear after 'closure' comment

Iran morality police status unclear after 'closure' comment


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Journal staff and wire reports

imgHobbs man sentenced to 37 years for fatal shooting in 2020 that five children witnessed


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

Updated: Sunday December 04 2022 23:01PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jonathan J. Cooper / Associated Press

imgGOP-controlled Arizona county refuses to certify election

GOP-controlled Arizona county refuses to certify election


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Alaina Mencinger / Journal Staff Writer

imgFire ravaged NM forests this year. Now Christmas tree sellers are paying for it.

Fire ravaged NM forests this year. Now Christmas tree sellers are paying for it.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer

imgFather earns life sentence in toddler’s death

Father earns life sentence in toddler’s death


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jamey Keaten and Sam Mednick / Associated Press

imgCivilians escape Kherson after Russian strikes on freed city

Civilians escape Kherson after Russian strikes on freed city


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Dake Kang / Associated Press

imgChina's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Associated Press

imgChina reports 2 new COVID deaths as some restrictions eased

China reports 2 new COVID deaths as some restrictions eased


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Joe McDonald / Associated Press

imgChina lockdown protests pause as police flood city streets

China lockdown protests pause as police flood city streets


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Joe Mcdonald, Associated Press

imgChina fines former NBA star Lin over quarantine comments

China fines former NBA star Lin over quarantine comments


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Ryan Boetel / Journal Staff Writer

imgChallenging a parking ticket can be risky gamble

Challenging a parking ticket can be risky gamble


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Lee / Associated Press

imgBlinken vows US support for Israel despite unease over gov't

Blinken vows US support for Israel despite unease over gov't


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press

imgArizona county certifies election after judge's order

Arizona county certifies election after judge's order


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Fabiano Maisonnave, Associated Press

imgAmazon deforestation in Brazil remains near 15-year high

Amazon deforestation in Brazil remains near 15-year high


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Alaina Mencinger / Journal Staff Writer

imgA tale of two container parks: Second planned Rio Rancho food and retail hall to break ground

A tale of two container parks: Second planned Rio Rancho food and retail hall to break ground


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Colleen Barry / Associated Press

img1 dead, up to 12 missing in landslide on Italian island

1 dead, up to 12 missing in landslide on Italian island


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Leanne Italie / Associated Press

img'Gaslighting' is Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2022

'Gaslighting' is Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2022


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:15PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Ryan Boetel / Journal Staff Writer

imgRio Rancho man spent decades building collection of UFO items, but he's not trying to make anyone believe


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:02PM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 00:02AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Elise Kaplan / Journal Staff Writer

imgAn APD officer's law enforcement certificate was revoked in September. Here's why.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 21:02PM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 16:13PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgUSMS Arrest Man in LA for a NE Albuquerque Homicide from 2021

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 12/04/2022 @ 8:20AM In the early morning hours of Wednesday, November 30, 2022, the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) along with the Louisiana Fugitive Task Force arrested Michael Kelly.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 15:21PM

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The Paper

by: Jonathan Sims

imgThe Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act has NM Roots

Posted inNew Mexico The Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act has NM Roots by Jonathan Sims December 4, 2022December 5, 2022 This piece is offered as a part of our Indigeneity series: news and analysis from Native journalists and columnists.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 12:58PM

Updated: Monday December 05 2022 11:31AM

img Las Cruces artist honors friends with art show at Temple Beth-El

One Las Cruces artist honored her longtime friends by joining the annual art show started at their temple.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 09:56AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Roswell Daily Record

The Week Ahead in Roswell

A preview of events, meetings and happenings in and around Roswell, NM.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 06:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

imgPearce wins third term as state GOP chair


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 05:59AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

imgRoswell welcomes the holiday season


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 05:49AM

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Proposed Clovis anti-abortion ordinance remains tabled

CLOVIS -- The proposed anti-abortion ordinance to make Clovis a “sanctuary city for the unborn” remained tabled after a tie vote broken by Mayor Mike Morris during Thursday’s Clovis City Commission meeting.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Staff of The News

Pearce selected to lead NM Republicans again

Steve Pearce will lead New Mexico Republicans for a third term. The State Central Committee on Saturday selected Pearce over three other candidates, according to a news release from the Republican Party of New Mexico.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

imgLeprino contributes to college food bank


Published: Sunday December 04 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Roswell Daily Record

imgENMU-Roswell expects visit from new chancellor in February


Published: Sunday December 04 2022

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Brown nbrown@sfnewmexican.com

imgEgolf resigns from PRC committee, avoiding ethics hearing

Egolf resigns from PRC committee, avoiding ethics hearing By Nathan Brownnbrown@sfnewmexican.com Rep. Miguel García, D-Albuquerque, filed a complaint about four months ago, arguing Speaker Brian Egolf had violated the law and the state Constitution with his self-appointment.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 23:59PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Buffy Kline

imgArtful Living by Design: Kitchen-et cetera

+2 Artful Living by Design: Kitchen-et cetera By Buffy Kline Redesigning your kitchen


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 12:55PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Wendy Ilene Friedman

imgBarn with a view

Barn with a view By Wendy Ilene Friedman Barn with a view


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 12:54PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Devon Jackson

imgFeatured home: Mile-high miracle

+5 Featured home: Mile-high miracle By Devon Jackson Miracle home with mile-high views.


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 12:53PM

imgSome megachurches are mainline, not evangelical

By The Way Some megachurches are mainline, not evangelical


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 12:00PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Claudia L. Silva csilva@sfnewmexican.com

imgSale blends familiar with new


Published: Sunday December 04 2022 00:12AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgPolice Discover Victim of Homicide Inside a Crashed Truck

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 12/3/2022 @ 10:30AM An APD crime scene specialist photographs the scene of a homicide on Montano Rd near Rio Grande Blvd NW.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022 19:13PM

Updated: Saturday December 03 2022 22:23PM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Roswell Daily Record

imgRoswell Daily Record at L.A. Comic Con this weekend


Published: Saturday December 03 2022 18:24PM

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Police investigating auto burglaries

Clovis Police Department detectives are on the case of a rash of auto burglaries along Mabry Drive and Prince Street. Clovis Police Lieutenant Trevor Thron writes in a news release during the late night hours of Wednesday and into.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: David Stevens

imgPages past, Dec. 4: Chamber manager dies at age 63

On this date ... 1982: Robert Spencer, longtime manager of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce, died at Clovis High Plains Hospital following a “lengthy illness,” the Clovis.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

imgNew ENMU chancellor says he'll focus on growing campuses

PORTALES – James Johnston, Eastern New Mexico University's new chancellor/president, said growing the Portales, Roswell and Ruidoso campus' student population requires his immedia.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

Meetings calendar - Dec. 4

Monday *Roosevelt County Commission - 9 a.m., Commission Room, Roosevelt County Courthouse, 109 W. First St., Portales. Information: 575-356-5307 Tuesday *Portales City Council - 6:30 p.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

Jail log - Dec. 4

Booked The following were booked into local jails (Tuesday - Friday): Clovis • Joshua Lloyd, 40, failure to appear on misdemeanor charge • Bronson Arington, 33, failure to appear on a felony charge • Leon Phillips, 45,.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: RAUL FLORES/JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

imgHoliday Wish Program is looking for sponsors

PB&J Family Services is asking the Albuquerque community to pitch in and help some of the city’s less fortunate as part of its Holiday Wish Program.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

Events calendar - Dec. 4

Today *2022 Portales Holiday Community Soccer Clinic – 2-4 p.m., Greyhound Stadium, ENMU, Portales. Free clinic for area youth featuring players and coaches from New Mexico’s United Academy.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Kathleen Stinson

Economist: Rural inflation trends higher than in urban centers

The inflation rate in rural areas is usually higher than in urban centers because of the lack of competition and that has real life consequences for local businesses in rural Roosevelt and Curry counties.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Matthew Reisen | Albuquerque Journal staff writer

imgDozens of migrants allegedly abused, held hostage in the city

Federal agents discovered 60 migrants packed into a mobile home in Southeast Albuquerque, where the alleged captors are accused of holding them hostage for weeks – starving and beating them and raping at least one woman.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

imgCommunity holiday festival to benefit zoo's tiger home

A "Community Holiday Festival" at Clovis' Hillcrest Park Zoo Saturday will benefit the zoo, particularly the habitat belonging to Sooner, the zoo's tiger.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Big second half lifts ENMU women past St. Ed's

AUSTIN, Texas — Junior guard/forward Deja Adrian and sophomore guard Bella Stone combined for 42 points and Eastern New Mexico University’s women pulled away to a 76-56 victory over St.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

img Panel picks finalists for appointed New Mexico Public Regulation Commission

The powerful regulatory commission oversees utility rates and will help chart the state’s course toward more renewable energy development.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

img New Mexico GOP reelects Steve Pearce as chairman

Former U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce was elected Saturday to a third consecutive term as chairman of the Republican Party of New Mexico.


Published: Saturday December 03 2022

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Claudia L. Silva csilva@sfnewmexican.com

imgBiden gets bill to stop illegal exportation of Native items


Published: Saturday December 03 2022 23:48PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Holds Press Conference Showing Body Camera Footage of Deadly OIS on Tramway Blvd

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 12/2/2022 @ 1:00PM Officer Steward's view of driver Full press conference video covering shooting from 11/5/2022 Albuquerque - The Albuquerque Police Department held a press conference regarding one of their recent officer involved shooting that happened November 5th, 2022.


Published: Friday December 02 2022 21:07PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

imgWater, health care among big topics at Prospectors forum

(Press Staff Photo by Juno Ogle)District 39 Rep. Luis Terrazas, left, and District 28 Se......


Published: Friday December 02 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

Weekend offers long list of holiday events

With the holiday season quickly approaching, weekend events in Grant County are beginning to pile up. Among them is the annual Silver City Holiday Art.


Published: Friday December 02 2022 13:00PM

imgSilver soccer fandom alive and well – sometimes in odd corners

(Press Staff Photo by Jo Lutz)Jaime Wagner and Adam Snider watch a World Cup soccer matc......


Published: Friday December 02 2022 13:00PM

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The Taos News

by: The New Mexican

imgNew Mexico issues health emergency order due to RSV spike in kids

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Published: Friday December 02 2022 11:40AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

NM GOP to hold leadership elections Saturday

Nearly a month after November's midterm elections, Republicans from across New Mexico will meet in Las Cruces this weekend to select a party chair.


Published: Friday December 02 2022 09:24AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

imgMainStreet rings in holidays and shopping


Published: Friday December 02 2022 00:30AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

imgDexter asks for more water rights

The town of Dexter has inquired about the possibility of leasing or temporarily using water rights from the Pecos Valley Artesian Conservancy District.


Published: Friday December 02 2022 00:15AM

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Staff Report

imgWreaths Across America announces donation from Jersey Mike’s Subs, issues challenge to the public

National nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) announced Dec. 1 that Jersey Mike’s Subs, a...


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Marlena Bermel | UNM Health Sciences

imgUNM launching an accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing option

The University of New Mexico College of Nursing is introducing a new, accelerated pathway to...


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck | Albuquerque Journal

imgState settles with Kroger

New Mexico officials on Thursday announced a settlement with grocery and pharmacy retailer The Kroger Co. in a deal that the state Attorney General’s Office estimates will provide $60 million to fund opioid abatement efforts.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Ciarán Giles The Associated Press

imgSpain: Numerous devices found after Ukrainian Embassy blast


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgRainy weekend, get shopping done

Listen to the weather This weekend has some rain in store with chances between 20 and 30 percent...


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

imgPavement work slated for East Forest Drive


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Roger Nagel | For the Observer

imgNagel on Finances: Thankfulness, in adversity

This Thanksgiving, let’s be grateful for what we have in America   Recently, I was asked to advise on opportunities to minimize taxes for 2022.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgJal settles $5M excessive force claim

CURTIS C. WYNNE/NEWS-SUN JAL — Facing a tort claim of wrongful death and excessive force, the City of Jal settled for $5 million.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgEunice eyes alcohol rules for golf course

CURTIS C. WYNNE/NEWS-SUN EUNICE — Starting next year, Eunice’s city-owned Coyote Crossing Golf Club will sell alcohol to golfers, but with strict rules.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgCross My Paws Animal Rescue adoption event Saturday Dec. 3

Photo courtesy of Cross My Paws   Cross My Paws Animal Rescue will hold an adoption event...


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Staff Report

imgBoys & Girls Clubs set to provide after-school care at Bernalillo elementary schools

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico is officially opening of its first location in...


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgBernalillo hosting 38th Christmas Parade

The Town of Bernalillo will have its 38th Annual Nighttime Christmas Parade on December 3, 2022,...


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Anti-abortion issue back on city agenda

The proposal to make Clovis a “sanctuary city for the unborn” is back on the agenda for Thursday’s regular meeting of the Clovis City Commission.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img Salvation Army Toy Run to temporarily close Las Cruces intersections

The Salvation Army Toy Run, to be held from 11 a.m. to about noon on Saturday, will temporarily close several intersections throughout the route.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img Operation Holiday Cheer: Send holiday greetings to veterans in state homes

The New Mexico Department of Veterans Services and the Department of Health are kicking off Operation Holiday Cheer 2022.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img New Mexico issues public health order amid RSV case surge

Officials say hospitals and emergency rooms in New Mexico are running above their licensed capacity that is unsustainable.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img New Mexico expands its help with filling out court forms

The judiciary is expanding access to court-scribe services that ensure people with limited literacy or disabilities can fill out crucial court forms.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img Listen: Lauren Villagran talks about Venezuelan migrants traveling to NYC

This week, we’re talking to El Paso Times reporter Lauren Villagran, who covers immigration and the U.S.-Mexico border.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img Las Cruces recognizes World AIDS Day and the millions impacted by the virus

Las Crucens showed up in solidarity Thursday evening to honor the millions of people around the world who have died from AIDS on World AIDS Day.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img Governor orders New Mexico flags to half-staff in mourning for Miyamura

Flags to be at half-staff December 8 to 10 ahead of funeral


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img Colorado expert hired as New Mexico education adviser

The governor's office announced Scott Groginsky's appointment on Thursday, saying he will be focused on improving outcomes for K-12 students.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img 988 crisis lifeline, Doña Ana County's mobile crisis response service unveiled

The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline went into effect nationally Thursday, coinciding with Doña Ana County’s expansion of the mobile crisis response service.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

img 'We still take this very hard.' COVID as seen from funeral attendant.

Angie Guillen remembers the early days when the new virus — called “The Coronavirus” — was just starting to interfere with global supply chains.


Published: Friday December 02 2022

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgHomicide Happens Near Busy Truck Stop West Side ABQ

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 12/1/2022 @ 4:30PM video from west side truck stop homicide scene Detectives, CSI's and an OMI representative start to gather evidence for the city's latest homicide on the west side NW Albuquerque - On December 1st, 2022, the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) responded to the scene of an unconscious male.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 23:57PM

Updated: Friday December 02 2022 00:46AM

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The Taos News

by: John Miller editor@taosnews.com

imgLatir volunteer firefighter suffers severe burns in gasoline explosion

Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 32F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 15:40PM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

Case against former Air Center employee heads to district court

The criminal case against a former Roswell Air Center manager will move from magistrate to district court.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 14:36PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Patrick Lohmann, Source NM

imgPresident Biden asks for nearly $3B more for wildfire victims

President Joe Biden has asked Congress for another $2.9 billion for New Mexico to recover from a wildfire ignited by the United States Forest Service, the largest in the state’s recorded history.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 12:31PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgVegas woman sought after crash that killed ABQ man

Police are searching for a Las Vegas woman who they allege struck and killed a man who was working on an SUV at his Albuquerque home.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 12:29PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

imgLV Community Foundation contracts with new administrative coordinator

The Las Vegas New Mexico Community Foundation has contracted with a Las Vegas resident and Mosquero High School graduate to be its administrative coordinator.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 12:27PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgPolice make arrest in recent vehicle burglaries, offer prevention tips

The Las Vegas Police Department has arrested a man accused of burglarizing at least three vehicles in town. The arrest comes days after the department issued a warning to citizens about an uptick in recent break-ins and thefts.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 12:25PM

imgVegas man arrested for selling Fentanyl, concealing identity

A Las Vegas man faces two felony charges after being involved in a fight, lying about his identity and being found with dozens of fentanyl pills and hundreds of dollars in cash by police, according to court records.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 12:24PM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Roswell woman dead in Tuesday night crash

A local woman is dead following a Tuesday night rollover crash in Roswell.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 08:43AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Breaking news reporter

imgNibert to reintroduce measures to curb governor's emergency powers


Published: Thursday December 01 2022 00:15AM

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Staff Report

imgWin a gourmet Feast with Friends

A lucky winner can get a customized dinner for 10, prepared by renowned chefs, and help preserve...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgWarmer day, Rabbit!

Listen to the weather Today will be a slightly warmer day, though it will be chilly in the morning...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgVolunteers needed for CASA program; advocate for children

A local nonprofit is asking for volunteers to be a voice for children who have experienced abuse... Read More


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgTurning sorrow into a vision of peace

Debbie DeMoss has been collecting snowy barns, Christmas tree farms and even a miniature Ford...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

imgThursday Photo Blogging Plus The Last Of The Election Leftovers; New State Rep Won Race That Divided NM's Most Prominent Democrats 

Here's a pic you don't see everyday. It's 25 of the 27 Democratic members of the state Senate posing at their recent caucus where they picked leadership for the next legislative session.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgShepherd’s Christmas play a long tradition

After a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the shepherd’s story of the first...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Makayla Grijalva | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

imgSODA ag students succeed

LOS LUNAS — “What have they not done?” Shannon Watling, the agriculture teacher and FFA sponsor at... Read More


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgRonald Saiz appointed new county treasurer


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgPoints for Health gets busier; our bodies are telling us something

The human body undergoes a lot of physical and mental stress in life, with grueling work hours, school and catastrophe after catastrophe.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgParent of Belen Middle School girl files civil lawsuit

According to the lawsuit a male student … allegedly began harassing and bullying the then 14-year-old girl … calling her a pejorative name for lesbian.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgNusenda and KOAT donate coats to kids

Nusenda Credit Union and KOAT-TV finished their month-long coat donation drive on Nov. 19. “Each year, we encourage our staff, member-owners and others in the community to stop by any Nusenda branch to drop off a new coat,”.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Katie Bauer, NMT Communications

imgNMT Cybersecurity expert will advise FEMA

Sharing her expertise to better prepare state and local governments for cyberattacks, New Mexico...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Elise Kaplan | Albuquerque Journal staff writer

imgMedal of Honor recipient Hiroshi Miyamura dies at 97

Hiroshi “Hershey” Miyamura, the Gallup-born son of Japanese immigrants who was awarded the U.S. Medal of Honor for his heroism in the Korean War, has died at the age of 97.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

imgLocal college to hold commencement

About 80 graduates are expected to participate in Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell’s 78th Commencement Convocation on Thursday, Dec.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgLobo Lucy visits Optum Medical Center for a check-up

Optum NM medical assistant Jana Lee checks University of New Mexico mascot Lobo Lucy’s blood pressure Tuesday during an open house event celebrating Optum New Mexico’s new Community Center, 4010 Montgomery Blvd.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Chieftain Staff Report

imgLaw and Order: Socorro Police Department blotter

The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department Sep. 8 An officer was...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

imgKrispy Kreme doughnut run


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Daniel Zuniga, For The Observer

imgGrateful to be alive: RR woman shares her COVID story

Rio Rancho resident Maria Epifani had a months-long battle with COVID-19 in 2021, and while she is...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

imgGoddard High School Student of the Month Trenton Martin-Herring

Trenton Martin-Herring


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by El Defensor Chieftain

imgFirewood permits available from Gila NF

Recent cooler temperatures have spurred an uptick in firewood cutting across the Gila National...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Adrian Gomez / Journal Arts & Entertainment Editor

imgEverything you need to know before heading to the Twinkle Light Parade

Soon a glow will fill the streets of Route 66 in Nob Hill. Over 4,000 people are set to participate in the 2022 iteration of the Twinkle Light Parade.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgEarthquake reported south of Socorro

Two earthquakes, one with a 3.6 magnitude, were reported southwest of Luis Lopez Thursday morning...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

imgDistrict Governor John A. Barclay visits Sunrise Optimist Club

Barclay represents the New Mexico\West Texas District 19. He gave the club an update on future projects and meetings of the district.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgCrane festival returns (almost) to normal

The wetlands and environs of Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge are once again teeming...


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Roswell Daily Record

imgCity commission approves solar permits

A city commission has approved permits for the second and third potential community solar projects within city limits.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgBelen Fire Department crew receive training, certifications

Belen Fire Chief Charles Cox acknowledged and congratulated three of his crew members for attending and graduating from different training courses to better serve the citizens.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

img The power of promotoras in the wake of COVID-19

Community health workers were critical to Southern NM’s health system during the pandemic — and could play a big role in the future too.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

img Flight planned to take Australian-American into space scuttled for now

"NASA has directed UP Aerospace to scrub the planned launch that includes Celestis’ Aurora Flight," according to Celestis spokesperson Pazia Schonfeld.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

img 'Little bit old for this': El Paso man, 71, arrested in cocaine case

Rainbow fentanyl seized at El Paso border. A 71-year-old driver arrested in a cocaine smuggling case and more.


Published: Thursday December 01 2022

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgCity Councilor's Husband Rescued by APD's Open Space Unit Days after Chief Orders them DISSOLVED

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/30/2022 @ 3:33PM UPDATED: 11/30/2022 @ 4:18PM (Corrects that Uri Bassan was not injured and needed help off mountain) Some of the equipment that is in APD's Open Space Unit.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 22:48PM

Updated: Wednesday November 30 2022 23:19PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgHelp Crimestoppers Help Police Catch this Decrepit Creature who dumped a Dead Body in an Alley

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/30/2022 @ 11:30AM On January 13, 2022, a male driving a purple or blue Ford Escape removed a deceased male victim from the vehicle pictured and left him in the alleyway behind 1501 San Pedro.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 18:39PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

img'We just need to be courageous'

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 14:35PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgDiné hip-hop artist Def-i returns to Vista Grande

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 13:57PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgSki Valley commission rejects gondola property purchase

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 13:56PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgCOVID, flu-like illness continues to surge


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 13:56PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

Silver City plans for more accessible City Hall

Employees of the town of Silver City have been looking forward to consolidating town offices into what will be the new City Hall building — now know.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

imgShip soon, get ZIP code right to keep holiday packages on time

(Press Staff Photo by Juno Ogle)Donna Holguin, owner of the UPS Store at 2340 U.S. 180 E......


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

Post office to deliver letters to North Pole

In addition to shipping packages during the holiday, the U.S. Postal Service assists the man who delivers the most packages at Christmas through Opera.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 13:00PM

imgSinging for social justice

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 12:43PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgTaos man pleads guilty in collision that killed bicyclist

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 12:35PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

img'Blitzkrieg of cameras'

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 12:35PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Home rule déjà vu

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 12:34PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgAttorney General Selected as Northern's President

Española police officers were expected to begin enforcing the city’s new ordinance prohibiting panhandling today, Saturday, Nov. 19.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:46AM

imgCity's New Panhandling Ordinance Now in Effect

Former Santa Clara Apartment residents were forced to evacuate on Tuesday,many left feeling abandoned and lost. One phoned the Rio Grande SUN weeping to say all of his belongings had been locked in his apartment and made unavailable to him to retrieve.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:46AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgSanta Clara Apartments Closed

Española police on Saturday began enforcing a new city ordinance prohibiting panhandling and street vending in certain areas—a law some residents say violates their civil rights.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:10AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez and Kevin Deutsch

imgPanhandling Ordinance Now in Effect

Española Mayor John Ramon Vigil is thankful for a lot this year - not only in his job which he has held for eight months now, but also in his personal life.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:08AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgMayor Vigil On Past, Present, Future

State authorities are investigating the shooting of a man by Española Police in the city’s public housing last week.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:08AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Kevin Deutsch

imgAccused Fentanyl Trafficker Takes Plea Deal

State authorities are investigating the shooting of a man by Española Police in the city’s public housing last week.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:03AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Kevin Deutsch

imgWater Line Breaks Leave Homes Without Water, Floods Española's City Hall

State authorities are investigating the shooting of a man by Española Police in the city’s public housing last week.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 10:02AM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgSabor Real blends Mexican and New Mexican cuisines

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 09:28AM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgRed River Brewing to open separate distillery

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 09:23AM

imgCounty Commission Approves Funding to Help Sheriff's Office

Two water line breaks in Española left around 10 homes without water before Thanksgiving and flooded about half of City Hall, officials said.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 09:14AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgFormer Santa Clara Apartments Residents Struggle After Complex Condemned


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 09:05AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Kevin Deutsch

imgState Authorities Investigating Española Cop Shooting Suspect

The former tenants at Santa Clara Apartments didn’t know with certainty when they would have to evacuate the building until Española officials showed up on Tuesday, Nov.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 09:00AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

imgCity audit reveals potential shortfall

Roswell city government could be looking at general fund shortfalls of up to $1.24 million during the current fiscal year.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 00:30AM

img Public safety 911 enhancements discussed

App-based businesses such as food delivery and ride-share companies use GPS to find their customers.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022 00:01AM

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Staff Report

imgTrinity of Terror Tour stops in Rio Rancho

The bands Ice Nine Kills, Black Veil Brides and Motionless in White are bringing their Trinity of...


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

imgThe Cibola Arts Council holds regular events

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Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

imgState Police Check points and Saturation Patrols across the State in December

NEW MEXICO – State Police will be conducting sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols; and registration, insurance, and driver's license checkpoints in all New Mexico counties during the month of December 2022.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Staff Report

imgSparklight offers tips for safe online shopping this holiday season

PHOENIX – A significant expected increase in online holiday sales is good news for retailers, but it may present increased opportunities for cybercriminals.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgSacred Winds GM Named Vice-Chair of NM Fiber-Network

New Mexico's broad and expansive terrain has made getting reliable internet to NM communities challenging. This challenge has prompted the NM Legislature to pass the Broadband Access and Expansion Act (S.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgNew Mexico State Police Participate in C.A.R.E. Operation over the Thanksgiving Holiday

Statewide, NM - During the Thanksgiving holiday, the New Mexico State Police participated in the Combined Accident Reduction Effort (C.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgMissing Woman May be in Cibola

GRANTS, N.M, - A 33-year-old woman disappeared from the streets of New Mexico on an undisclosed day in August, according to the New Mexico State Police.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgMental Health Wellness Emergency Contacts

New Mexico Crisis and Access Line | www.nmcrisisline.com Crisis and Access Line | 1-855-NMCRISIS | 1-855-662-7474 Peer-to-Peer Warmline | 1-855-4NM-7100 | 1-855-466-7100 NM 5-Actions Program ™ | nm5actions.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Kathleen Stinson

Legislature creates task force for prison, jail consolidation

The New Mexico Legislature recently created a task force to study the feasibility of consolidating the state’s prison and county jail systems.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

imgIt's Official: State Certifies 2022 Election Results; No Protests Or Election Denying Activity As Canvassing Board Sends Results To The History Books 

2022 State Canvassing BoardThe state Canvassing Board meeting to certify the results following a statewide election is an obscurity to most New Mexicans but with democratic elections under attack, each step of the process now draws intense scrutiny--as it should.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgFBI Offers New Reward to Solve Laguna Homicide

LAGUNA, N.M. – Tragedy struck New Laguna on August 12, 2021, when a murder was committed, now the Federal Bureau of Investigations is seeking public assistance in discovering the person or people responsible for the brutal murder.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

imgENMU names new president, chancellor

Eastern New Mexico University regents have chosen a Texas university provost as the new president of ENMU in Portales and the new chancellor of the university system.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgCongressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) Sends Letter Requesting that the Department of the Air Force (DAF) Conduct an Internal Review Regarding Latino Diversity

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) sent a letter to Secretary of theAir Force Frank Kendall requesting an internal review to identify barriers holding Latino officers from rising to the senior ranks of general officer.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgCattle Growers welcomes Hooten to the team

Please help and welcome aboard our newest member to the New Mexico Cattle Growers’ team, Gracie Hooten. Gracie is a recent graduate from New Mexico State University where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Agriculture; Concentration: Agribusiness, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Business and Economics.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgCalm breeze, biscuits

Listen to the weather Today will be less windy and sunny with winds of only 5 mph. Albuquerque...


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgAward-Winning Grants KOA Campground Under New Ownership

KOA News Service (November 28, 2022) — Kampgrounds of America is pleased to welcome James and Kristan Settlemire, new owners of the Grants KOA Journey, to the KOA family of campgrounds.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

img Paid family and medical leave proposal returning to NM Legislature

Measure would allow workers to take leave and keep their jobs


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

img New Mexico-born Medal of Honor recipient Hiroshi 'Hershey' Miyamura dies

Hiroshi Miyamura was presented the Medal of Honor by President Eisenhower in 1953. It had been awarded in secret while he was still a prisoner of war.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

img New Mexico sues tobacco companies over settlement payments

New Mexico is suing more than a dozen tobacco companies, accusing them of conspiracy and breach of contract.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

img Las Cruces man returns to trial on child sexual assault charge

A man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage family member is back on trial Wednesday after a previous jury deadlocked.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

img Las Cruces man pleads guilty in federal carjacking case

Jesus Manuel Castaneda-Villa, 32, pleaded guilty to carjacking resulting in serious bodily injury.


Published: Wednesday November 30 2022

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The Taos News

by: Michael Tashji

imgSuccess Story: Flower Power

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Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 14:49PM

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The Paper

by: TS Last

imgZazzing up Nob Hill

Posted inBusiness Zazzing up Nob Hill by TS Last November 29, 2022November 29, 2022


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 14:01PM

Updated: Tuesday November 29 2022 14:41PM

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Gallup Sun

by: By Dee Velasco For the Sun

img‘Gallup Gearheads’ gearing up for first robotics competition

‘Gallup Gearheads’ gearing up for first robotics competition Tuesday, 29 November 2022 13:09 By Dee Velasco For the Sun The Los Alamos High School robotics team is trying to recruit more members, which is why they held a robotics demonstration on Nov.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 13:09PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

imgCobre looks at school resource officers

(Press Staff Photo By Jordan Archunde)District Attorney’s Office Lead Investigator Jac......


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 13:00PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff Report

imgRocky Mountain Youth Corps delivers more than conservation

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Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 12:39PM

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The Taos News

by: Austin Fisher, Source NM

imgWhy are New Mexico's pediatric hospitals overflowing?

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Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 12:38PM

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Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

A Gallup hero dies at 97 years old

A Gallup hero dies at 97 years old Tuesday, 29 November 2022 12:02 gallupsun Hiroshi Miyamura passed away on Nov. 29. He was 97 years old.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 12:02PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgSheriff Elect John Allen Announces Leadership Roles for his upcoming term

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/28/2022 @ 7:00PM Bernalillo County – Sheriff Elect John Allen has made his selections for Undersheriff for his administration that will take effect on January 1, 2023.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 02:09AM

Updated: Tuesday November 29 2022 05:59AM

img NM Supreme Court upholds constitutional amendment changing PRC to an appointed body

Despite arguments that voters did not understand that they would lose the ability to elect state utility regulators, the New Mexico Supreme Court upheld the constitutional amendment that changes the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission from an elected body to an appointed body.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022 00:05AM

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Betty Williamson

imgTime for Christmas season in eastern New Mexico

It’s time to polish off that last sliver of pumpkin pie and get ready for a quick pivot into the Christmas season in eastern New Mexico.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Parents raise concerns about coach's comments

A coach’s alleged comment to Grady volleyball players that they would “burn in the eternal flames of hell” for various behaviors including “being gay” brought a number of concerned parents to the school’s board meeting.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: David Stevens

imgPages past, Nov. 30: Mark Twain born 1835 in Missouri

On this date … 1835: Samuel Clemens, who wrote under the pseudonym Mark Twain for nearly 50 years, was born in Florida, Mo. He was born shortly after an appearance of Hailey’s.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: De Baca County News

Higher calf prices projected into 2023

Drought conditions in Texas and throughout the U.S. continue to take a toll on cattle numbers, with higher calf prices and less beef production projected for 2023, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service livestock.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Curry detention center receives reaccreditation

The Curry County administration has announced the Curry County Adult Detention Center (CCADC) has been reaccredited by the Adult Detention Professional Standards Council of New Mexico Counties.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

County manager's contract, pay raise up for vote at meeting

PORTALES -- Roosevelt County Manager Amber Hamilton’s contract extension and pay raise is up for another vote at the county’s next commission meeting, on Monday.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

imgCCC trustees take no action on president

CLOVIS – Trustees at Clovis Community College took no action Tuesday regarding their president who has been on paid administrative leave since Aug.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Albuquerque Journal

Border towns spurring cannabis market

SUNLAND PARK — Customers begin lining up on a hot Friday afternoon in mid-October at Ultra Health in Sunland Park. Just a three-minute drive away, others are pulling into the parking lot of the building that houses the Pecos.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Area officials weigh in on potential school day extension

Area school superintendents are weighing in on talk by state legislators on mandating more school days in the upcoming legislative session.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

imgAlready? Herrell Preps For Rematch With Dem Vasquez; Files With FEC Even Before Gabe Takes Oath  

Gabe Vasquez won't be sworn into office as the new southern congressional representative until January 3 but outgoing GOP Yvette Herrell is already dreading her loss of power and has essentially announced she will seek to unseat Gabe in 2024.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

img New Mexico officials certify statewide election results

New Mexico’s state Canvassing Board certified results from the midterm election amid praise for election administrators and poll workers.


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

img Improperly disposed ashes could be to blame for I-10 trailer fire

Drivers stuck in traffic on Interstate 10 westbound Monday afternoon can blame a "hot load."


Published: Tuesday November 29 2022

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Silver Alert - Jesus Perez

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/28/2022 @2:35PM The Albuquerque Police Department is requesting the public's help in locating Jesus Perez.


Published: Monday November 28 2022 21:38PM

Updated: Monday November 28 2022 21:44PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgJudge Identified as Murder Victim from Murder/Suicide over Thanksgiving

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/28/2022 @12:30PM Los Ranchos Albuquerque - On Friday, November 25th at around 1:00pm, BCSO received a call a that a man had left a voicemail with a friend stating that he had just murdered his family, their family pets, and that he was now going to take his own life.


Published: Monday November 28 2022 20:49PM

Updated: Monday November 28 2022 21:33PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgSWAT Situation in NE ABQ Ends - Suspect with Warrant Detained

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/28/2022 @7:55AM UPDATED: 11/28/2022 @8:20AM (Traffic Info) UPDATED: 11/28/2022 @9:05AM (Suspect Detained by APD) According to the Albuquerque Police Department, shortly after midnight on Monday, November 28th, officers were called to a domestic dispute that was occurring near the area of Claremont Ave NE and Rhode Island St NE.


Published: Monday November 28 2022 14:56PM

Updated: Monday November 28 2022 20:06PM

img Researcher says ancient agricultural fields are threatened by oil and gas near Chaco

When the ancestral Puebloans lived in the Chaco Canyon area, they chose to locate their great houses in areas with high agricultural productivity, according to a new study in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.


Published: Monday November 28 2022 00:05AM

imgNMGOP Chair Race: Pearce Appears In Driver's Seat But Getting Strongest Challenge From Newcomer Allen; Aragon Runs Too, But In Martinez Shadow  

Despite a disappointing performance in the '22 election and calls for his head because of it, Steve Pearce may yet become one of the longest tenured chairs of the NM Republican Party.


Published: Monday November 28 2022

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgTaos mayor declares emergency to open doors to unsheltered homeless


Published: Sunday November 27 2022 21:42PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgSWAT Situation at NE ABQ Apartment Complex Ends with Arrest for a Felony Warrant

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/27/2022 Updated: 11/27/2022 2:15PM (subject in custody) NE Albuquerque - According to APD, their SWAT unit is responding to help detain an armed individual who is barricaded inside an apartment within a Northeast Albuquerque apartment complex.


Published: Sunday November 27 2022 20:59PM

Updated: Monday November 28 2022 04:19AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgMan Stabbed Multiple Times Near Central Ave

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/27/2022 SE Albuquerque – APD officers in the Southeast Area Command responded this morning to reports of a stabbing near Central Ave and Cagua Dr.


Published: Sunday November 27 2022 20:52PM

Updated: Monday November 28 2022 04:17AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAFR is Working to Extinguish a Second Fire in Two Days Near UNM

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/25/2022 @8:40PM UPDATED: 11/26/2022 @9:15AM AFR is once again on the scene of a fire at 1801 Mesa Vista NE.


Published: Saturday November 26 2022 03:40AM

Updated: Saturday November 26 2022 16:18PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Involved in OIS in SW Albuquerque

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/25/2022 @5:55PM UPDATED: 11/25/2022 @6:35PM (added a press conference video to story) Chief Medina holds a press conference about the latest officer involved shooting tonight SW ABQ - The Albuquerque Police Department have been involved in an officer involved shooting (OIS) in SW Albuquerque near the 2200 block of Odessa Court SW, which is near Gibson Blvd SW and Messina Dr SW.


Published: Saturday November 26 2022 00:54AM

Updated: Saturday November 26 2022 04:07AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Takes Man Into Custody Who Tried to Start Apartment Complex on Fire

By: ABQRAW staff POSTED: 11/25/2022 @3:40PM A suspect is led to an APD police unit after SWAT was able to take him into custody near 3900 Lafayette Drive NE.


Published: Friday November 25 2022 23:57PM

Updated: Saturday November 26 2022 04:09AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgBCSO Investigating Murder/Suicide in Los Ranchos

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/25/2022 @3:45PM UPDATED 11/25/2022 @7:50PM BCSO is investigating an apparent murder suicide that happened near the 800 block of Ranchitos Rd NW, which is near the cross streets of 4th St NW & Los Ranchos Rd NW.


Published: Friday November 25 2022 23:50PM

Updated: Saturday November 26 2022 02:53AM

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Gallup Sun

by: gallupsun

NMDA presents the 'New Mexico Taste the Tradition Holiday Lookbook'

NMDA presents the 'New Mexico Taste the Tradition Holiday Lookbook' Friday, 25 November 2022 11:59 gallupsun LAS CRUCES – With the holiday season right around the corner, it is time to start thinking about gifts for your loved ones, making it the perfect time to think local.


Published: Friday November 25 2022 11:59AM

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Gallup Sun

by: By Molly Ann Howell Sun Correspondent

imgTeacher of the Month returns

Teacher of the Month returns Thursday, 24 November 2022 23:12 By Molly Ann Howell Sun Correspondent Hozho Academy teacher is this month’s  recipientEach 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.


Published: Thursday November 24 2022 23:12PM

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Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

imgNew Mexico launches Environmental Crimes Task Force

New Mexico launches Environmental Crimes Task Force Thursday, 24 November 2022 23:11 Staff Reports ALBUQUERQUE — The New Mexico Environment Department and the U.


Published: Thursday November 24 2022 23:11PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Investigating Second Thanksgiving Day Homicide

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/24/2022 @3:45PM NW ABQ - The Albuquerque Police Department have been called out to investigate a homicide in the 10400 block of Vista Del Sol NW.


Published: Thursday November 24 2022 22:59PM

Updated: Friday November 25 2022 02:10AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgMurder Victim Killed by Car in NE ABQ

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 11/24/2022 @6:45AM NE ABQ - Around midnight on November 24th 2022 on Thanksgiving Day, Officers were dispatched to a vehicle versus pedestrian crash.


Published: Thursday November 24 2022 13:49PM

Updated: Thursday November 24 2022 14:53PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgCar Crashes into Home with Murder Victim Inside Vehicle

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 11/23/2022 @ 2:30PM An APD detective walks the scene of a homicide at 241 Cagua Drive NE SE ABQ - According to APD, officers in the Southeast Area Command responded to a call around 11 a.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 22:08PM

Updated: Wednesday November 23 2022 22:16PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

img'Volatile' weather moves into Central New Mexico

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Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 18:56PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Beth Urech

imgBeth speaks for herself: ‘Tis the season to be giving’

Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m., come enjoy Generations Jazz Jam at the Byron T. Saloon in the Plaza Hotel. This holiday brew starts with the phenomenally talented Smooth Riders.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 10:37AM

imgFrom a seed to the Plaza Christmas Tree


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 10:27AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgAffidavit: Man left behind machete during chainsaw theft


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 10:20AM

imgPATHWAYS to SUCCESS: You Belong Here

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Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 08:55AM

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The Taos News

by: Jay Bouchard

imgSuccess Stories: LOR Foundation

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Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 08:33AM

img A parrot now lost in the United States may have been part of the pre-Columbian bird trade

About four years ago, John Moretti, a doctoral candidate at the University of Texas at Austin, was digging through animal bones found at the Bonnell archaeological site in southeastern New Mexico when he found one that stood out.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022 00:05AM

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgRep. Herrell, narrowly defeated by Democrat, files paperwork for 2024


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgPlanned NRAO learning lab takes new tactic to find funding

The planned Next Generation Learning Center at the Very Large Array needs almost $21 million in...


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgMag voters approve libations with meals

Magdalena’s “blue law” preventing restaurants from serving beer and wine with meals has come to an...


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Makayla Grijalva | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

imgLos Lunas to acquire land for corridor project


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Makayla Grijalva | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

imgJeremy Fiedler appointed new Peralta fire chief

“I want to grow the department. I want to get the community of Peralta more involved in their department,” Fiedler said. “I heard from the membership here that one of their complaints was that residents of Peralta … didn’t even understand they had a fire department.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgHub City addresses homeless problem

“This situation isn’t an easy fix, and this is a community problem … no one can do this by themselves. Everybody needs to come together and help find a solution to fix this.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgFunds needed to expand jail in place

Jeremias Silva, the county’s grant manager, said the anticipated cost of the 92-bed expansion on the north side of the Valencia County Detention Center was $6.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgCounty Commissioners certify election results

The Socorro County Commissioners certified the Socorro County election results from the Nov. 8...


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

imgClippings From Our Newsroom Floor For Thanksgiving '22  

As it is every four years the holiday season will be an extra busy one for the inaugural party planners.  Governor Lujan Grisham and Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales announced their 2023 Inauguration will be held on New Year’s Day, following tradition.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgBelen puts a halt on new pot shops

The resolution, which was approved 3-1 by the city council with Councilor Danny Bernal Jr. voting against it, directs staff from accepting new applications for cannabis business licenses until the city council makes a decision regarding density.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgBelen Board of Education approves new district boundaries; three options

After six public meetings with little to no public input, the Belen Board of Education approved its new boundary maps for its five board seats.


Published: Wednesday November 23 2022

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

img'If you are ill, please stay home'


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:40PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley, leasley@taosnews.com

imgTaos Pizza Out Back opens Cafe Up Front

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:34PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgFeds pledge $2.5B to expand access to wildfire compensation

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:34PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgBison Star Naturals to open El Prado location Friday

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:34PM

imgSaving Smokey

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:27PM

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The Taos News

by: Cindy Brown, for the Taos News

imgHow regenerative agriculture could be better for the planet and our bodies

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:27PM

imgStray Hearts Animal Shelter weekly report

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:26PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgMan arrested on suspicion of attacking Auto Zone employee over denied return


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:26PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgHospital asks for county's help in search for funds

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:20PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgHearing set for Ranchos historic designation ordinance

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Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:20PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgTaos County, NM COVID levels on the rise


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:19PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley, leasley@taosnews.com

imgBurglary convict preps appeal


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:16PM

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The Paper

by: Carolyn Carlson

imgCity Council Watch: Back To Zoom to Get It Done

Posted inCity Council City Council Watch: Back To Zoom to Get It Done by Carolyn Carlson November 22, 2022November 22, 2022


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 14:09PM

Updated: Tuesday November 22 2022 16:54PM

img ‘The need is there’: Borderland Ministries helps migrants and asylum seekers

Ana Reza has served as bridge chaplain for the Rio Grande Borderland Ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande for about three years.


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022 00:05AM

imgThe Dynasty That Wasn't: Tag Team of AG Balderas And Auditor Colón Nears End 

Early Days: Colón & BalderasThey set out to occupy and dominate the upper echelons of New Mexico public life, hoping to call the shots from a business friendly Democratic perspective.


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgA new chapter for The Independent newspaper

The Independent is changing hands, and will continue publication under new ownership starting at...Read More


Published: Tuesday November 22 2022

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgDetails scarce on jailed man taken to hospital


Published: Monday November 21 2022 17:27PM

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The Paper

by: Associated Press

img29 Cities Join ABQ to Remove Decorative Grass Amid Drought

AP 29 Cities Join ABQ to Remove Decorative Grass Amid Drought Published by Associated Press November 21, 2022November 21, 2022


Published: Monday November 21 2022 16:45PM

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The Taos News

by: Photos by Nathan Burton

imgPhoto Series: Winter's arrival

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Published: Monday November 21 2022 10:23AM

img Animal shelters continue to be in a crisis in 2022

Albuquerque Animal shelter anticipates 21,500 pets will have come through their two city-run shelters in 2022 by the end of the year.


Published: Monday November 21 2022 00:05AM

imgSeeking A New BernCo DA; Will The Pick Come From The Inside? DA's Staff Weighs In As Guv Starts Taking Applications 

Diana GarciaNow it's time to find a new DA.  With the new normal in the ABQ metro an ongoing crime wave still capable of delivering shocks, there are major challenges for the next BernCo district attorney.


Published: Monday November 21 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgHobbs Schools seeing increase in students vaping THC and non-THC products

Gabrielle Arsiaga/News-Sun Hobbs Municipal schools are currently dealing with an epidemic that involves children vaping and using marijuana in unprecedented amounts, HMS Superintendent Gene Strickland said.


Published: Monday November 21 2022

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The Paper

by: Tierna Unruh-Enos, Publisher

imgAdvocates of Mountain View Neighborhood to File Draft Regulation On Health and Environment Equity


Published: Saturday November 19 2022 11:13AM

Updated: Saturday November 19 2022 11:42AM

img Legislature expected to consider Paid Family & Medical Leave bill in 2023

A bill likely to come before the New Mexico Legislature next session will be another run at passing a state-run Paid Family and Medical Leave program into law but in 2023, the program will have some concessions to businesses as well as new expansions.


Published: Friday November 18 2022 00:05AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgBreaking: Jailed man taken to hospital following suicide attempt


Published: Thursday November 17 2022 17:22PM

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The Paper

by: Gwynne Ann Unruh

imgPave the Land of Enchantment and Put up a Parking Lot


Published: Thursday November 17 2022 15:29PM

Updated: Monday November 21 2022 15:40PM

imgSean Sinclair named NM ‘True Hero’


Published: Thursday November 17 2022 10:55AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgWagon Mound woman charged with trafficking fentanyl


Published: Thursday November 17 2022 10:37AM

imgLocal election results finalized


Published: Thursday November 17 2022 10:35AM

img Displaced coal miners, power plant workers ask for help with health insurance

Unions representing San Juan Generating Station and San Juan Mine employees asked the state for about $6 million in energy transition funds to reimburse displaced workers for the out-of-pocket health insurance costs they have faced since being laid off.


Published: Thursday November 17 2022 00:05AM

imgThursday Photo Blog: New Mexico's DC House Trio 

Stansbury, Vasquez and Leger FernandezHere they are--the three members of the New Mexico US House for 2023-24, including newcomer Gabe Vasquez whose addition flips the delegation from all female to include a Hispanic man from the southern congressional district.


Published: Thursday November 17 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Makayla Grijalva | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

imgPedestrian dies in river bridge crash

LOS LUNAS — Traffic was at a standstill Wednesday evening after a vehicle hit a pedestrian on... Read More


Published: Thursday November 17 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgLovington Commission works toward ordinance on abortion

Virginia Cunningham/News-Sun LOVINGTON — Lovington could be the next community to make it difficult for abortion providers to operate after copies of ordinances passed in Hobbs, Lea County and Clovis designating them sanctuary cities for the unborn were given to Commissioners on Monday to review as the city works toward drafting its own ordinance.


Published: Thursday November 17 2022

imgMoe's Movida: Outmaneuvers Progressives To Win State Senate Appointment But Now There's A Target On His Back, Plus: In Search of The "Saboteur"; NMGOP Spooked By Election Results; Party Getting Unraveled  

Sen. Moe MaestasAfter weeks of turmoil the Bernalillo County Commission last night appointed ABQ state Rep. Antonio "Moe" Maestas to the westside state senate seat that Jacob Candelaria resigned last month.


Published: Wednesday November 16 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgDems join Keller to preview their extreme anti-gun bills for 2023 legislature

On Wednesday, Democrats previewed their extreme anti-gun bills via a press conference with far-left Democrat Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller.


Published: Wednesday November 16 2022

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The Paper

by: Carolyn Carlson

imgState Supreme Court Steps Into Controversy Surrounding Prominent ABQ Civil Rights Attorney’s Death


Published: Tuesday November 15 2022 15:21PM

Updated: Tuesday November 15 2022 16:24PM

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgToulouse Oliver threatens counties that won’t certify election results

On Tuesday, Democrat Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver sent out a threatening statement to county officials, demanding they certify election results no matter what or else they “will be met with swift legal action.


Published: Tuesday November 15 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Ger Demares

imgEstancia Bears football captures district title with win over Capitan before falling in playoffs

Estancia’s football team saved its biggest blowout for last. In their final home game of the...Read More


Published: Tuesday November 15 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgPete Buttigieg to visit NM, Navajo Nation


Published: Monday November 14 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgLong-awaited Popeyes plans Nov. 14 opening

Andy Brosig/News-Sun Crystal Taylor won’t have to travel to get her Popeyes fix soon. As the new general manager, Taylor will be able to simply step out of her office.


Published: Friday November 11 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgDem legislator tries to defend blatant gerrymander, gets ripped to shreds

On Friday, leftist Sen. Joe Cervantes (D-Doña Ana) took to Twitter to claim the far-left Democrat gerrymandered maps passed in the Democrat-dominated legislature were not gerrymandered but rather were “competitive” maneuvers.


Published: Friday November 11 2022

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Beth Urech

imgBeth speaks for herself: Fall Festival of Music in Las Vegas


Published: Thursday November 10 2022 23:27PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgCounty secures $5M in funding for drug rehabilitation center


Published: Thursday November 10 2022 07:12AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Megan Gleason, Source NM

imgWildfire-affected voters in N.M. take officials’ disaster recovery efforts into account at polls


Published: Thursday November 10 2022 07:09AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgAffidavit: Man threatened hiker with pistol for taking rocks


Published: Thursday November 10 2022 07:08AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Shaun Griswold, Source NM

imgNew Mexicans vote for kids


Published: Thursday November 10 2022 07:05AM

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Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

imgRonchetti concedes hard-fought governor’s race: Read his statementby Piñon Post November 10, 202

On Thursday, Republican former candidate for governor Mark Ronchetti released a formal concession letter via social media after Democrat Gov.


Published: Thursday November 10 2022

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The Paper

by: Tabitha Clay

imgJohn Allen is the New Sheriff in Town

Posted inNews John Allen is the New Sheriff in Town by Tabitha Clay November 9, 2022November 9, 2022


Published: Wednesday November 09 2022 09:23AM

imgDemocratic candidates dominate state, federal races in NM


Published: Wednesday November 09 2022 01:45AM

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgDemocrat gerrymandering ends in win for anti-police Gabe Vasquez

On Wednesday afternoon, Democrat Gabe Vasquez declared victory in New Mexico’s Second Congressional District race against incumbent Republican Rep.


Published: Wednesday November 09 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgCity of Hobbs passes pro-life ordinance banning abortion facilities

On Monday, the City of Hobbs in Lea County voted 7-0 to pass an ordinance banning abortion facilities from operating in the city, a move that will effectively stop the big Texas abortion business “Whole Woman’s Health” from relocating to the city, as it previously planned.


Published: Wednesday November 09 2022

imgUnofficial General Election Results


Published: Tuesday November 08 2022 19:00PM

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The Paper

by: Associated Press

imgSon of Suspect in Muslim Killings to Make Plea on Gun Charge

AP Son of Suspect in Muslim Killings to Make Plea on Gun Charge Published by Associated Press November 8, 2022November 8, 2022


Published: Tuesday November 08 2022 17:41PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery, Source NM

imgKnow your rights as a voter in New Mexico before you head to the polls


Published: Tuesday November 08 2022 09:49AM

imgChild overdose leads to abuse charges for mother


Published: Monday November 07 2022 11:53AM

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgCounty sets abortion rule hearing

Curtis Wynne/News-Sun LOVINGTON — The Lea County Commission will hear arguments on both sides of a proposed ordinance governing abortion services in Lea County at a public meeting scheduled for Dec.


Published: Monday November 07 2022

imgSMCDC Murder, One Year Later


Published: Thursday November 03 2022 10:09AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgPolice: Man shot himself in buttocks with stolen gun


Published: Thursday November 03 2022 10:05AM

imgLCC submits financial audit nearly a year after deadline


Published: Thursday November 03 2022 10:00AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Beth Urech

imgBeth speaks for herself: Hermit’s Peak Online Auction starts Friday, Nov. 4


Published: Thursday November 03 2022 09:59AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Patrick Lohmann, Source NM

imgThe feds have detailed imaging of NM fire damage, but they won’t hand it over, victims say


Published: Thursday November 03 2022 09:45AM

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The Paper

by: TS Last

imgNob Hill Gets Its Groove Back

Posted inBusiness Nob Hill Gets Its Groove Back by TS Last November 2, 2022November 2, 2022


Published: Wednesday November 02 2022 13:48PM

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgHamilton celebrates 20 years at Hobbs Public Library

Andy Brosig/News-Sun Bob Hamilton said his job as reference librarian at the Hobbs Public Library has several things going for it.


Published: Tuesday November 01 2022

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

img$10 Million awarded to 14 capital outlay projects, including in Las Vegas


Published: Thursday October 27 2022 10:27AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Compiled by Las Vegas Optic, Source New Mexico and KUNM News

img2022 Election Preview


Published: Thursday October 27 2022 10:20AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgAffidavit: Colorado man intentionally crashed into cars, fled police


Published: Thursday October 27 2022 10:18AM

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgHobbs coach and chef wins $25,000 prize for his positive impact on the Hispanic community

Virginia Cunningham/News-Sun Austin Tarin’s life was changed when he saw a sponsored ad on social media and didn’t hit the skip button.


Published: Wednesday October 26 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: Tom Lawrence

imgAttorney general candidate Gay vows to ‘make New Mexico a safer place to live’

By Tom Lawrence | Oct 24, 2022


Published: Monday October 24 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgVoters to decide 6 ballot issues

CURTIS C. WYNNE/NEWS-SUN Getting past the political races on next month’s General Election ballot, voters find six important questions to answer.


Published: Thursday October 20 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgThomas named Maddox scholarship winner

For the News-Sun Hobbs, NM – On Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022, the JF Maddox Foundation announced that Mykaylah Thomas has been awarded the 2022 Jack Maddox Distinguished Scholarship.


Published: Thursday October 20 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: New Mexico Sun Reports

imgReleased by Lujan-Grisham over COVID-19, career criminals swiftly found new victims

By New Mexico Sun Reports | Oct 19, 2022


Published: Wednesday October 19 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgCovenant Health Hobbs resumes services

NEWS-SUN STAFF Services have resumed at the new Covenant Health Hobbs Hospital following a week-long stoppage due to “environmental issues.


Published: Tuesday October 18 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: David Beasley

imgCongressional candidate Herrell: 'The more we learn about Gabe Vasquez's true beliefs, the worse it gets'

By David Beasley | Oct 17, 2022


Published: Monday October 17 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgJal helps Tatum police with donation of two police vehicles

From one end of the county to the other, Lea County communities support each other. While county commissioners helped buy the Town of Tatum a new fire truck, the City of Jal donated two police vehicles to the town — all within 24 hours.


Published: Sunday October 16 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: Andy Nghiem

imgNew ad: Grisham 'failing to keep us safe' after she released inmate who went on to commit murder

By Andy Nghiem | Oct 14, 2022


Published: Friday October 14 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: Andy Nghiem

imgGay as New Mexico attorney general race tightens: ‘The time for talk and inaction is over’

By Andy Nghiem | Oct 13, 2022


Published: Thursday October 13 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgTorrance County manager seeks to oust County Clerk; alleges malfeasance

The Torrance County Commission voted this week to ask the District Attorney to investigate...Read More


Published: Friday October 07 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgShowdown between Edgewood and Moriarty-Edgewood School District over gym

A showdown between two governing bodies, the town of Edgewood and the Moriarty-Edgewood School...Read More


Published: Friday October 07 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgSenior centers reopening after two years of Covid restrictions

After two years of being shut down, senior centers across the state are re-opening and slowly...Read More


Published: Friday October 07 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: George Willis

imgGOP calls on Smalls to adhere to Hatch Act: ‘I trust that Rep. Nathan Small will do the right thing’

By George Willis | Oct 5, 2022


Published: Wednesday October 05 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgBiz Buzz: Eastview Irrigation expands business to include welding

Sometimes one man’s loss is not another man’s gain but he takes it anyway. Such is the...Read More


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: Glenn Minnis

imgBujanda: New Mexico gang arrests, seizures will help 'make sure our communities are staying safe'

By Glenn Minnis | Sep 22, 2022


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: George Willis

imgPoll shows Lujan Grisham has slight lead over Ronchetti in New Mexico gubernatorial race

By George Willis | Sep 21, 2022


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

img‘Friendship set to music’: Trying to start an East Mountain Square Dance Club

An animated group of youngish old timers met recently over lunch to share their love of square...Read More


Published: Friday September 16 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgUnique Boutique: when Mom supports her kid’s business venture

There is something special about a relationship between mother and daughter, but not everyone gets...Read More


Published: Friday September 16 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: George Willis

imgBill Rehm: 'We are done living in a city of crime'

By George Willis | Sep 15, 2022


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgWild ride: lost horse found safe

Adi the horse made it home safe and sound Sept. 7, following a 2-day stay with a veterinarian...Read More


Published: Monday September 12 2022

imgEdgewood’s Great Pumpkin breaks state record

This year the record for largest pumpkin in New Mexico was broken by a family in Edgewood. Their...Read More


Published: Monday September 12 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Editorial Staf

imgBright colors and nature inform the work of artist Dianne Doan

After completing a rewarding career as an educator in 2000, Dianne Doan began her adventure into...Read More


Published: Friday September 09 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Editorial Staf

imgJob Fair & Volunteer Expo in Edgewood

Working in tandem, the Greater East Mountain Chamber and New Mexico Workforce Connections will be...Read More


Published: Wednesday September 07 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgRecord for Edgewood’s Great Pumpkin?

Tucked away in an unassuming family vegetable garden in Edgewood lives what could be the biggest...Read More


Published: Tuesday September 06 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgHigh flyers vie for national championship

Moriarty’s skies will feature some high-flying pilots in a race for gliders, with participants...Read More


Published: Tuesday August 30 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: George Willis

img'Lies, distortions and cover ups': Healthcare becoming hot topic ahead of elections

By George Willis | Aug 30, 2022


Published: Tuesday August 30 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: Andy Nghiem

imgHerrell attends America First Agenda Town Hall in Las Cruces to 'join the fight to take our country back'

By Andy Nghiem | Aug 24, 2022


Published: Wednesday August 24 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgPlane crash and car fire in Moriarty

On August 14, the Moriarty Fire Department responded to a plane crash at the Moriarty Airport, and...Read More


Published: Monday August 22 2022

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Artesia Daily Press

by: ARTESIA DAILY PRESS STAFF

imgResidents reminded of new GRT rate

New Mexicans are being reminded that the state’s Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) rate dropped from 5.125% to 5%, effective July 1.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 18:03PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: ARTESIA DAILY PRESS STAFF

imgCub Scouts help Senior Center celebrate Senior Citizen Day

The Artesia Senior Center celebrated Senior Citizen Day Aug. 4 with Cub Scout Troop 270 and friends.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 17:59PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: TERESA LEMON - Community Living Editor

imgAPS approves NMDOH order for supply of Narcan

APS Superintendent Thad Phipps received the Board of Education’s approval Monday for school nurses to obtain, store and administer Naloxone (Narcan) in the district’s schools.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 17:54PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: ARTESIA DAILY PRESS STAFF

imgCactus Kids Boutique celebrates ribbon cutting

Cactus Kids Boutique, LLC, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting last week.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 17:50PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: BRIENNE GREEN - Daily Press Editor|Sports Editor

imgCity asks Artesians for input on future of splash pad

The Artesia City Council is asking the public for its input on the future of the Splash Pad at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Complex.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 17:42PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: ARTESIA DAILY PRESS STAFF

imgNMDVS hosts update on Carlsbad Veterans’ Cemetery

The New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services (NMDVS) hosted a briefing July 21 in Carlsbad to provide on update on the status of the Carlsbad State Veterans’ Cemetery.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 17:29PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: ARTESIA DAILY PRESS STAFF

imgNew lifeline number has veterans/military component

A new three-digit suicide prevention and crisis phone number has a component specifically for veterans/military.


Published: Sunday August 14 2022 17:22PM

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Edgewood Independent

by: Bridget Randle

imgTorrance County Fair: Young and old strut their (homemade) stuff

Torrance County gathered to show off its agricultural chops at the county fair this week, wrapping...Read More


Published: Friday August 12 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgPirate & Viking Summer Bash in Edgewood

Wildlife West Nature Park in Edgewood will host a Pirate Viking Summer Bash Aug. 20 and 21. Event organizer Eric Vigil said he’s trying to bring bigger events to New Mexico using a Renaissance Fair theme.


Published: Friday August 12 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Tamara Bicknell-Lombard

imgSchools back in session this week

Kids are back to school starting this week in the East Mountains and Estancia Valley.Read More


Published: Monday August 08 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgChasing his dreams from radio to the classroom

He sits in his brand-new classroom, looking every inch the stereotypical History teacher....Read More


Published: Monday August 08 2022

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Artesia Daily Press

by: BRIENNE GREEN - Daily Press Editor|Sports Editor

imgAGH encourages mindfulness, vaccination in midst of uptick

Artesia General Hospital (AGH) continues to keep a close eye on the ongoing pandemic, and the Daily Press reached out Wednesday to Marshall G.


Published: Friday August 05 2022 17:25PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: BRIENNE GREEN - Daily Press Editor|Sports Editor

imgCity council approves ICIP priorities

The Artesia City Council approved its Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) priorities for Fiscal Years 2024-28 during its regularly scheduled meeting last week.


Published: Friday August 05 2022 17:05PM

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Artesia Daily Press

by: ARTESIA DAILY PRESS STAFF

imgCounty approves purchase of tasers, tankers, generators

The Eddy County Commission approved the purchase of several items to benefit the Eddy County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO) and Eddy County Fire and Rescue (ECFR) at its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday in Carlsbad.


Published: Friday August 05 2022 16:49PM

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New Mexico Sun

by: Kasey Schefflin-Emrich

imgAlbuquerque protest organizer on overturning Roe v. Wade: 'It feels very regressive, and we don’t want that for our society'

By Kasey Schefflin-Emrich | Jul 31, 2022


Published: Sunday July 31 2022

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Edgewood Independent

by: Leota Harrima

imgSanta Fe County calls out Forest Service on fire at recent meeting

In March, the Forest Service released an Environmental Assessment report about the Española and...Read More


Published: Wednesday July 27 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: David Beasley

imgCommunity organizer: City council aide 'called me a Nazi'

By David Beasley | Jul 27, 2022


Published: Wednesday July 27 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: John Kelly

img'Our governor has never been bigger': Ronchetti criticizes NM government, drawing response from Grisham

By John Kelly | Jul 23, 2022


Published: Saturday July 23 2022

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New Mexico Sun

by: Andy Nghiem

imgSonntag: 'It's ridiculous that the mayor is now asking businesses to foot the bill for police protection'

By Andy Nghiem | Jun 29, 2022


Published: Wednesday June 29 2022

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

imgVegas native to be ordained in Santa Fe


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Las Vegas Optic

by: By Mary FeldblumExecutive Director, Health Security for New Mexicans Campaign

imgUnderstanding the Health Security Plan


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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

imgSan Miguel County property tax deadline extended


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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

imgFire victims eligible for emergency loans


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Las Vegas Optic

by: Patrick Lohmann, Source NM

imgFEMA explores outsourcing $2.5B program


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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

imgCommunity Foundation awards first relief grants


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