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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img New Mexico Governor To Travel To U.S. Virgin Islands

Gov. Michelle Lujan GrishamSTATE News:Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is traveling to the U.S. Virgin Islands Wednesday for a personal vacation with the First Gentleman to celebrate their honeymoon and first wedding anniversary.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Chamisa Teacher Susan Hettinga Awarded First-Ever John And Helen Benson Environmental Educator Award

 Los Alamos resident Jody Benson, left, presents Chamisa Elementary School Teacher Susan Hettinga with the first-ever John and Helen Benson Environmental Educator Award during an awards ceremony Monday at Chamisa.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Liddie’s Traditional New Mexican Dishes: Pinto Beans With Chicos

Video on how to prepare Pinto Beans with Chicos. Video by Liddie MartinezBy LIDDIE MARTINEZ Española ValleyOur vegetable garden has changed over the years.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Read The Latest Letters To The Editor

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


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Koval: EGIS Complete Care Celebrates 25-Year Anniversary

KEVIN KOVAL, MS, MST Owner / President / Care Manager EGIS Complete Care, Inc.Even with the challenges of COVID-19 and other industries showing a decrease in employees, EGIS Complete Care, Inc.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Approval Request For Class 1 Permit Modification At TA-54 Added To LANL Electronic Public Reading Room

LANL News:Per regulatory requirements, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) announces new documents have been added to the Electronic Reading Room.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Choral Society Performs Inspired Music In June 4 Concert

Los Alamos Choral Society rehearses on a recent Tuesday at Los Alamos United Church. Courtesy/M. WheelerBy WENDY SWANSON Board Secretary Los Alamos Choral SocietyLos Alamos Choral Society (LACS) Musical and Artistic Director Mary Badarak shares her thoughts about the upcoming concert:“Our music for this concert reflects the works of generations of great composers, each of whom created comforting and inspiring music in times of great difficulty.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Read The Latest Los Alamos Police Blotter

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Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Rotary Club Of Los Alamos Recognizes Scholarship Recipients Marian Stradling And Yunseo Kim

During the May 30 meeting of the Rotary Club of Los Alamos, President Alison Pannell, left, congratulated two of the Club’s recent scholarship recipients, Marian Stradling, center, and Yunseo Kim, right, both graduates of the Los Alamos High School Class of 2023.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img New Mexico State Police Participate In Memorial Day C.A.R.E. Operation

NMSP News:During the Memorial Day holiday, the New Mexico State Police (NMSP)  participated in the Combined Accident Reduction Effort (C.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Petree Garden And Los Alamos Landscaping & More Team Up To Beautify Community

Petree Garden Center and Florist General Manager Laural Hardin, left, and Los Alamos Landscaping & More Co-Owner Rachel Wehner stand below the hanging flower baskets that the two businesses teamed up to provide to the community.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Heinrich On Transmission Permitting Reform Legislation

U.S. Sen. Martin HeinrichU.S. SENATE News:WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, introduced the Facilitating America’s Siting of Transmission and Electric Reliability (FASTER) Act.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Manhattan Project National Historical Park Gives Visitors A Glimpse ‘Behind The Fence’

 Manhattan Project National Historical Park Interpreters Samantha Linford and J.T. Stark discuss the cavates, the remains of the ancestral Pueblos behind them, during the May 11 ‘behind the fence’ tour in Pajarito Canyon, which included members of the media and Los Alamos County representatives.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img ECECD Secretary Elizabeth Groginsky Testifies Before U.S. Senate HELP Committee On New Mexico’s Child Care Innovations

Elizabeth GroginskyECECD News:WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wednesday, New Mexico Early Childhood Education and Care Department (ECECD) Secretary Elizabeth Groginsky testified before the U.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos Chamber: 2023 Business Of The Year Recipients


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Cleaning & Fog Sealing At Municipal Building Parking Lot Friday And Saturday June 2-3

COUNTY News:GM Emulsion along with Los Alamos County Traffic and Streets Division will be cleaning the Municipal Building parking lot 8 a.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Bandelier Mandatory Summer Shuttle Service Starts June 14

Bandelier begins free mandatory summer shuttle service to Frijoles Canyon June 14. Post file photoBANDELIER News:After a brief delay, Bandelier National Monument is beginning its free summer shuttle service to Frijoles Canyon on June 14, 2023.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Heinrich Introduces Bicameral Legislation To Build A More Resilient, Reliable Electric Grid

U.S. SENATE News:WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, introduced legislation to incentivize the construction of new electric transmission infrastructure to meet our decarbonization goals and support the energy transition, while building the clean energy workforce of tomorrow.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Registration Open For Hilltoppers Summer Cheer Camp

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Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img PAC 8 Students Create ‘Duckumentary’ On Ed The Goose

PAC 8 summer video camp students are creating a documentary this week on Ed the goose. Courtesy/PAC 8PAC 8 News:Summer video camp started at PAC 8 this week and students chose to do a documentary on Ed the goose.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Lederman nlederman@sfnewmexican.com

imgPolice crackdown in downtown Santa Fe, Railyard draws mixed views

+4 Police crackdown in downtown Santa Fe, Railyard draws mixed views By Nathan Ledermannlederman@sfnewmexican.com Lt. Jose Gonzales said the time it takes to process an arrest may have made the operation less visible to people.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 14:44PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Susan Montoya Bryan and Christopher L. Keller Associated Press

imgNew Mexico imposes oil and gas moratorium on state land near schools

+5 New Mexico imposes oil and gas moratorium on state land near schools By Susan Montoya Bryan and Christopher L. KellerAssociated Press State Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard announced the pause Thursday after hearing from environmental groups and some community members in parts of the state where development is booming.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 13:47PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Geoffrey Plant The Taos News

imgRed River marshal, Taos County Sheriff's Office clash over shooting response

+2 Red River marshal, Taos County Sheriff's Office clash over shooting response By Geoffrey PlantThe Taos News Residents also blasted the Taos County Sheriff's Office for its reduced presence at the event and its response to the shootout.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 13:14PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Associated Press

imgReports: Prosecutors have tape of Trump discussing holding onto classified doc after leaving office

Reports: Prosecutors have tape of Trump discussing holding onto classified doc after leaving office Associated Press The comments on the recording, made in July 2021 at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, would appear to undercut his repeated claims that he declassified the documents he took with him from the White House to Mar-a-Lago, his Florida estate, after leaving office.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 12:24PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Scott Wyland swyland@sfnewmexican.com

imgYouth Challenge Academy gets at-risk teens to aim higher

+6 Youth Challenge Academy gets at-risk teens to aim higher By Scott Wylandswyland@sfnewmexican.com About 50 teens spent Wednesday going through the New Mexico National Guard's obstacle course and simulated shooting range.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 12:02PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Radul Radovanovic The Associated Press

imgEfforts to defuse Kosovo crisis intensify amid more protests

Efforts to defuse Kosovo crisis intensify amid more protests By Radul RadovanovicThe Associated Press The tension has sparked fears of renewed conflict in the troubled region.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 11:49AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Aamer Madhani and Lolita C. Baldor The Associated Press

imgBiden approves a new $300M military aid package for Ukraine

Biden approves a new $300M military aid package for Ukraine By Aamer Madhani and Lolita C. BaldorThe Associated Press It comes as Russia has continued to pummel Ukraine’s capital and unmanned aircraft have targeted Moscow.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 11:49AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Alexandra Olson The Associated Press

imgCEOs got smaller raises. It would still take a typical worker two lifetimes to make their annual pay

CEOs got smaller raises. It would still take a typical worker two lifetimes to make their annual pay By Alexandra OlsonThe Associated Press The typical compensation package for chief executives who run S&P 500 companies rose just 0.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 11:48AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sean Murphy The Associated Press

imgOklahoma high court strikes down 2 abortion bans; procedure remains illegal in most cases

Oklahoma high court strikes down 2 abortion bans; procedure remains illegal in most cases By Sean MurphyThe Associated Press In a 6-3 ruling, the high court said the two bans are unconstitutional because they require a “medical emergency” before a doctor can perform an abortion.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 11:48AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Samy Magdy The Associated Press

imgSudan's military says it has suspended its participation in talks with paramilitary rival

Sudan's military says it has suspended its participation in talks with paramilitary rival By Samy MagdyThe Associated Press The development was a blow to the United States and Saudi Arabia, who have been mediating between the two sides.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 11:48AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Marcia Dunn The Associated Press

imgNASA talks UFOs with public ahead of final report on unidentified flying objects

NASA talks UFOs with public ahead of final report on unidentified flying objects By Marcia DunnThe Associated Press The team includes 16 scientists and other experts selected by NASA including retired astronaut Scott Kelly, the first American to spend nearly a year in space.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 11:47AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Morgan Lee The Associated Press

imgGrand jury charges ex-GOP candidate with election interference in shootings on lawmakers' homes

Grand jury charges ex-GOP candidate with election interference in shootings on lawmakers' homes By Morgan LeeThe Associated Press The indictment takes aim at former Republican candidate Solomon Pena and two alleged accomplices.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 10:19AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Lisa Mascaro, Kevin Freking, Stephen Groves and Farnoush Amiri - Associated Press

imgSenate races to wrap up Biden-McCarthy debt ceiling deal before default deadline

+6 Senate races to wrap up Biden-McCarthy debt ceiling deal before default deadline By Lisa Mascaro, Kevin Freking, Stephen Groves and Farnoush Amiri- Associated Press The narrowly divided House was able to approve a compromise late Wednesday night.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 10:16AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

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

imgNew Mexico's early education secretary urges U.S. senators to continue federal funding

New Mexico's early education secretary urges U.S. senators to continue federal funding By Margaret O’Haramohara@sfnewmexican.com Elizabeth Groginsky testified that federal pandemic aid buoyed the early childhood sector in New Mexico.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 10:08AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Geoffrey Plant The Taos News

imgMayor: 'We've seen the last Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally'

+4 Mayor: 'We've seen the last Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally' By Geoffrey PlantThe Taos News Red River Mayor Linda Calhoun indicated the event will be rebranded to not include motorcycles.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 08:11AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Collin Binkley The Associated Press

imgAs Supreme Court considers affirmative action, colleges see few other ways to diversity goals

As Supreme Court considers affirmative action, colleges see few other ways to diversity goals By Collin BinkleyThe Associated Press After bans on affirmative action in states from California to Florida, colleges have tried a range of strategies to achieve a diverse student body.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 00:23AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicole Winfield The Associated Press

imgVatican questions how priest moved $17 million meant for missionary work into investment fund

Vatican questions how priest moved $17 million meant for missionary work into investment fund By Nicole WinfieldThe Associated Press Pope Francis has asked aides to get to the bottom of how at least $17 million was transferred from the Vatican’s U.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 00:23AM

imgAdopted dog runs away before being coaxed back to new home

Rescue Report Adopted dog runs away before being coaxed back to new home


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 00:17AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sandra Jaramillo For The New Mexican

imgAdopted dog runs away before being coaxed back to new home

+10 Rescue Report Adopted dog runs away before being coaxed back to new home By Sandra JaramilloFor The New Mexican Three days after Buddy was adopted, he ran away.


Published: Thursday June 01 2023 00:17AM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgRed River marshal, county sheriff's office clash over motorcycle rally security

Thunderstorms likely. High 61F. Winds WSW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 80%..


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 18:00PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgPolice Blotter: May 25 - 29

Thunderstorms. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%..


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 17:15PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Peñasco school bond to build new school lost by 13 votes

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 17:06PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgThe military artist

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 17:06PM

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The Taos News

by: Story and photos by Rick Romancito, for the Taos News

imgTaos Pueblo remembers the fallen

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 17:05PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Ski Valley water woes won't quit

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 16:08PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgTaos Town Council renews county detention center contract

Thunderstorms. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%..


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 16:08PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgMayor: 'We've seen the last Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally'

Thunderstorms likely. High near 60F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%..


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 15:34PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgDetox center could open this fall

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 14:59PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgAlternative building course with UNM-Taos to assist veterans

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 14:47PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgHoly Cross hires new HR director, brings CT scanner online

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 14:45PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgLithium battery suspected in Las Cordovas fire

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Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 14:45PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Geoffrey Plant/Taos News

imgThree people killed, five injured in Red River shootout

Three people have been killed and five others were injured during a shootout Saturday (May 27) in Red River, the Taos News has confirmed, putting an early end to the town's 41st Annual Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 13:52PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Geoffrey Plant/Taos News

imgThree people killed, five injured in Red River shootout

Three people have been killed and five others were injured during a shootout Saturday (May 27) in Red River, the Taos News has confirmed, putting an early end to the town's 41st Annual Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 13:52PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Alejandro López

imgReview: The Grandeur of the Opera Exhibit

For those attending the Members’ Preview of The Grandeur of the Opera exhibit at the Española Bond House May 26th, both the event and the setting proved to be theatrical and tinged with the operatic.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 13:21PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgKUMO on Paw Patrol: Newest Española Police Officer has Four Legs

Española Police Officer Dwayne Epling introduced KUMO, Española Police Department’s first police dog, by informing that he is very serious while on the job.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 10:41AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgKUMO on Paw Patrol: Newest Española Police Officer has Four Legs

Española Police Officer Dwayne Epling introduced KUMO, Española Police Department’s first police dog, by informing that he is very serious while on the job.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 10:41AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgMore Than 200 Students Graduate from Northern NM College


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 10:32AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgFire Department Responds to Structure Fire, Accident

The Eagle gym at Northern New Mexico College was filled with family and friends whose thunderous cheers could be heard outside the building on May 13.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 10:32AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgFifth-Grader Takes First Place in Jemez Co-Op Spelling Bee

The Española Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 1899 E. Shadow Wood Lane May 10 at approximately 5:51 a.m., according to Assistant Fire Chief John Wickersham.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 10:32AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Cynthia Miller cmiller@sfnewmexican.com

imgCourt files: Wedding celebration photo taken in rival biker gang's area led to shootout

Court files: Wedding celebration photo taken in rival biker gang's area led to shootout By Cynthia Millercmiller@sfnewmexican.com Jacob Castillo, 30, of Rio Rancho who faces an open count of murder, remains hospitalized for treatment of his gunshot wounds.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 14:57PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nathan Lederman nlederman@sfnewmexican.com

imgSanta Fe's 911 call center vacancy rate down but still high at 56%

+4 Santa Fe's 911 call center vacancy rate down but still high at 56% By Nathan Ledermannlederman@sfnewmexican.com The dispatch center had a 67% vacancy rate nearly a year ago.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 11:59AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

imgLorraine Chavez, queen of the Frito pie, was Five & Dime's treasure

+3 Lorraine Chavez, queen of the Frito pie, was Five & Dime's treasure By Robert Nottrnott@sfnewmexican.com Chavez, a mainstay at the downtown general store for 25 years, died at age 58 Saturday.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 11:58AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: The New Mexican

imgState police chief retiring as governor appoints deputy chief as successor

+2 State police chief retiring as governor appoints deputy chief as successor The New Mexican W. Troy Weisler will succeed Tim Johnson, who was appointed in 2019.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 09:16AM

imgImpostor stole $35,000 while City Hall slept

Ringside Seat Impostor stole $35,000 while City Hall slept


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:39AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Milan Simonich

imgImpostor stole $35,000 while City Hall slept

Ringside Seat Impostor stole $35,000 while City Hall slept By Milan Simonich City administrators discovered the deception only after the real vendor complained he had not been paid.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:39AM

imgA smoky summertime sip

High Desert Table A smoky summertime sip


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:16AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Scott McFetridge and Hannah Fingerhut The Associated Press

imgIowa apartment collapse leaves residents missing, rubble too dangerous to search

+17 Iowa apartment collapse leaves residents missing, rubble too dangerous to search By Scott McFetridge and Hannah FingerhutThe Associated Press An Iowa mayor says five Davenport residents are missing including two people who could still be in the wreckage of a partly collapsed apartment building.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:12AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Ed Davey The Associated Press

imgDelta Air Lines hit with lawsuit over claims of carbon neutrality

Delta Air Lines hit with lawsuit over claims of carbon neutrality By Ed DaveyThe Associated Press A consumer class action lawsuit filed Tuesday claims Delta Air Lines inaccurately billed itself as the world’s “first carbon-neutral airline” and should pay damages.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:08AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Lekan Oyekanmi and Michael Liedtke Associated Press

imgElizabeth Holmes enters Texas prison to begin 11-year sentence for notorious blood-testing hoax

+11 Elizabeth Holmes enters Texas prison to begin 11-year sentence for notorious blood-testing hoax By Lekan Oyekanmi and Michael LiedtkeAssociated Press Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is in custody at the Texas prison where she will spend the next 11 years serving her sentence for overseeing an infamous blood-testing hoax.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:08AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Steve Peoples, Hannah Fingerhut and Thomas Beaumont The Associated Press

imgDeSantis kicks off presidential campaign in Iowa, vows to 'fight back' against Trump

+12 DeSantis kicks off presidential campaign in Iowa, vows to 'fight back' against Trump By Steve Peoples, Hannah Fingerhut and Thomas BeaumontThe Associated Press Until now, the 44-year-old Republican governor whose slogan is “Never Back Down” had largely avoided any direct confrontation with Trump, who has in turn unleashed a torrent of fierce attacks against DeSantis for much of the year.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:07AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Jim Vertuno and Paul J. Weber The Associated Press

imgTexas state Sen. Angela Paxton could vote in trial on husband's impeachment

+6 Texas state Sen. Angela Paxton could vote in trial on husband's impeachment By Jim Vertuno and Paul J. WeberThe Associated Press One legal expert says it will be up to Angela Paxton's “moral compass” to decide if she will recuse herself.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:04AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Tom Krisher The Associated Press

imgLeasing electric vehicle gets $7,500 tax credit

+4 Leasing electric vehicle gets $7,500 tax credit By Tom KrisherThe Associated Press A dealer can apply that credit to any leased electric vehicle, no matter where it’s made, to reduce a customer’s monthly payment.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:04AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Terry Chea The Associated Press

imgCalifornia overtime law threatens use of grazing goats to prevent wildfires

+6 California overtime law threatens use of grazing goats to prevent wildfires By Terry CheaThe Associated Press Goatherding companies say California’s farmworker overtime law is making it more expensive to provide grazing services and threaten to put them out of business.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:03AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Mike Schneider The Associated Press

imgPhoenix becomes largest U.S. city to successfully challenge 2020 census numbers

Phoenix becomes largest U.S. city to successfully challenge 2020 census numbers By Mike SchneiderThe Associated Press The additional figures will be included in future population estimates released each year until the next census in 2030.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 08:03AM

imgLemon tart: A French dessert without too much fuss

Baking Above It All Lemon tart: A French dessert without too much fuss


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 07:49AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Susan Montoya Bryan Associated Press

imgRoswell man charged in cold case: 'I needed to confess'

+4 Roswell man charged in cold case: 'I needed to confess' By Susan Montoya BryanAssociated Press The man borrowed a cellphone to call 911 and confess to the 2008 killing of his former landlord.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 07:40AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Gilmore ngilmore@sfnewmexican.com

imgCounty Commission delays Agua Fría expansion decision, will consider Homewise 'carve out'

County Commission delays Agua Fría expansion decision, will consider Homewise 'carve out' By Nicholas Gilmorengilmore@sfnewmexican.


Published: Wednesday May 31 2023 00:36AM

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The Taos News

by: Matt Dahlseid, The New Mexican

imgIn awe of the high desert as it springs to life

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Published: Tuesday May 30 2023 17:27PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgU.S. Supreme Court narrows federal water protections

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Published: Tuesday May 30 2023 17:27PM

imgReel Report

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Published: Tuesday May 30 2023 17:27PM

imgStray Hearts Shelter Report

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Published: Tuesday May 30 2023 17:10PM

imgLOOK for IT - Dining Out Summer/Fall 2023 - In this week's edition!

Thunderstorms. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%..


Published: Monday May 29 2023 08:17AM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgFuture of Red River motorcycle rally uncertain in aftermath of shootout

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Published: Sunday May 28 2023 18:38PM

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The Taos News

by: Phaedra Haywood The New Mexican

imgDocumentary produced by New Mexico man who died rafting explores Osage Nation murders

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Published: Sunday May 28 2023 12:48PM

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The Taos News

by: The New Mexican

imgState police chief: Fight over a picture led to Red River shootings

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Published: Sunday May 28 2023 11:16AM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgThree people killed, five injured in Red River shootout

Thunderstorms. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%..


Published: Saturday May 27 2023 18:13PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Alejandro López

imgEspañola Gets Pummeled by Heavy Rains

A New Mexico State Police officer crosses under crime scene tape Saturday night (May 27) in Red River, where three people were killed and five others were injured in a shooting hours earlier.


Published: Friday May 26 2023 12:32PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: SUN Staff Report

imgCity Council Votes to Support LANL Tax Distribution Study

Primera conversación con el Alcalde, John Ramón Vigil


Published: Thursday May 25 2023 13:49PM

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The Taos News

by: Dena Miller

imgSuccess Story: Red Willow Hospice

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Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 16:19PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff Report

imgKit Carson Electric reaches cybersecurity milestone

Thunderstorms. High 62F. Winds SW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 90%..


Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 15:54PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgJudge Kennelly announces plan to step down

Thunderstorms. High 62F. Winds SW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 90%..


Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 15:21PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff Report

imgMurder convict faces life sentence

Thunderstorms. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%..


Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 15:21PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgCommission schedule confuses commissioner

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Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 15:09PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgPolice Blotter: May 17 - 21

Thunderstorms likely. High 61F. Winds WSW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 80%..


Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 15:09PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgPrecipitation returns to normal in Taos County

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Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 14:52PM

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The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

imgState Rep. says detention facilities are troubled statewide

Thunderstorms. High 66F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%..


Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 14:51PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgNo completion date for Taos Plaza remodel

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Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 14:48PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

img'Every single' Medicaid recipient must renew coverage

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Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 14:48PM

imgPATHWAYS to SUCCESS: Overcoming Adversity

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Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 14:02PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Por Alejandro López

imgLa Ciudad de Española en la Encrucijada

Española was recently pummeled by heavy rainfall that caused snarls in traffic, flooded buildings and turned roads and driveways into virtual rivers.


Published: Wednesday May 24 2023 11:56AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: SUN Staff Report

imgSolid Waste Authority to Vote on New Director Thursday

Paving the way on Tuesday evening for Española and Rio Arriba County for possible new revenue, perhaps multiple millions of dollars, each year from Los Alamos, the Española City Council approved a resolution calling for a National Lab regional tax distribution study.


Published: Thursday May 18 2023 16:22PM

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