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img Federal lawmakers from Colorado, New Mexico outline priorities for spending to address Colorado River water crisis

Democratic members of Congress from New Mexico and Colorado sent a letter to the U.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022 00:05AM

imgCelebration of Women Conference held in Farmington

The Celebration of Women Conference offered sessions ranging from tai chi and art to talking about legal rights and nurturing resilient women.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img PRC calls meeting to gauge utility company peak use planning efforts

State energy regulators want to hear from utility companies what their plans are to meet power customer demands during upcoming peak demand seasons.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img New Mexico COVID-19 cases decrease as state rolls out new booster shots

Reported New Mexico COVID-19 cases have dropped over the last two weeks as state rolls out new booster shots targeting omicron subvariants.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img Lawmakers say alcohol will be on next year's agenda

Experts say raising taxes to make alcohol more expensive is crucial for discouraging excessive drinking but lawmakers have largely ignored this tool.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img Large crowds turn out for meetings devoted to return of rail service

A federally funded feasibility study examining the return of rail service to San Juan County must be completed by October 2024.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img Indigenous groups ask Supreme Court to overturn power shift

A petition seeks to throw out a constitutional amendment that shifts the PRC from an elected board to one appointed by the governor.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img Farmington students will square off in junior chef event this weekend

More than 30 Farmington students will compete for scholarship money and gift cards during the Junior Chef Competition on Saturday at Scorpion Arena.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

img Adoption fees waived for pets at Farmington Regional Animal Shelter

The Utah-based Best Friends Animal Society is partnering with the Farmington Regional Animal Shelter on the free adoption event this weekend.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img U.S. Attorney, FBI File Domestic Violence Charges For Tohatchi Assault

FBI News:ALBUQUERQUE — Alexander M.M. Uballez, United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, and Raul Bujanda, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Albuquerque Field Office, have announced that Anthony Joe was charged with assault of a spouse, intimate partner, or dating partner by strangling and assault resulting in serious bodily injury in Indian Country.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Savannah River Site Set To Decommission Building Used To Produce Space Program Fuel

An aerial view of the 235-F Facility at SRS. EM is set to decommission the building. Courtesy/DOEDOE News:AIKEN, S.C. — EM is slated to decommission a building at the Savannah River Site (SRS) containing residual plutonium once used to power deep space missions after workers finished deactivating the facility.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Pajarito Astronomers Host Dark Night Star Party Tonight!

Photo of the Triangulum Galaxy. Photo by Jeremy BestPajarito Astronomers News:Los Alamos County Parks, Recreation and Open Space Divisions have partnered up with the Pajarito Astronomers for the Dark Night program.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img New Mexico Tech Announces Hydrologic Center, Dedicates Deju University House

NMT News:SOCORRO — Improving the understanding of water resources and the management of those resources is the aim of a new national hydrologic innovation center at New Mexico Tech.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos Fire Department Recruiting For Fire Academy 31

The LAFD Training Division provides for and maintains the department’s preparedness for incident management, fire suppression and investigations, wildland and urban interface fire fighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response, high angle and confined space rescue, incident reporting and computer training, and other emergency and non-emergency services that occur in our service delivery area.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos County Launches Broadband Survey

COUNTY News:CTC Technology and Energy, under contract to Los County, has printed a comprehensive survey to assess broadband availability, affordability, and accessibility throughout the county.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham Breaks Ground On 32 Room Long-Term Care Facility In Springer

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham greets residents during a groundbreaking ceremony for a long-term care facility Friday in Springer. Courtesy photoSTATE News:SPRINGER — Gov.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Daily Postcard: Grouse Spotted Recently In Valles Caldera


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Celebration Of Life For Danny Katzman Oct. 1, 2022

Danny Katzman Aug. 14, 2022 – Dec. 1, 1960COMMUNITY News:A reminder to the friends and family of Danny Katzman … A celebration of life will be held 1-3 p.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Marianne Todd For The New Mexican

img97-year-old celebrates lifetime of painting in Santa Fe

+5 97-year-old celebrates lifetime of painting in Santa Fe By Marianne ToddFor The New Mexican Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Janet Kimberling, who has lived in New Mexico for nearly half a century, was honored Thursday as friends, family and fans gathered at a Canyon Road gallery to celebrate her 97th birthday surrounded by 32 of her paintings.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022 00:27AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Khalil Hamra and Mehmet Guzel Associated Press

imgRussian men join exodus, fearing call-up to fight in Ukraine

Russian men join exodus, fearing call-up to fight in Ukraine By Khalil Hamra and Mehmet GuzelAssociated Press Military-aged men have joined an exodus from Russia on the second full day of a partial military mobilization.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022 00:27AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Nicholas Gilmore ngilmore@sfnewmexican.com

imgNew Santa Fe charter school a place for students to Thrive

+4 New Santa Fe charter school a place for students to Thrive By Nicholas Gilmorengilmore@sfnewmexican.com With a curriculum focused on social-emotional learning, Thrive Community School opened to students on Aug.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022 00:27AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Bob Christie Associated Press

imgFoes of Arizona school vouchers file to block huge expansion

Foes of Arizona school vouchers file to block huge expansion By Bob ChristieAssociated Press Public school advocates who oppose a massive expansion of Arizona’s private school voucher system have filed enough signatures to block it from taking effect.


Published: Saturday September 24 2022 00:04AM

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The Taos News

by: Jeans Pineda

imgTigers spoil Spartans' Homecoming

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Published: Friday September 23 2022 22:37PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Alaina Mencinger / Journal Staff Writer

img'Epicenter of fun': Nob Hill motel reborn as boutique hotel


Published: Friday September 23 2022 22:05PM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 22:26PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgABQ Breaks All Time Homicide Record, Here is the Breakdown of How

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/23/2022 @ 2:00PM A family is comforted by an APD Chaplain at a homicide scene near the intersection of Central Blvd and Yucca Dr.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 20:12PM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Corrections officer arrested, detention center searched

Deputies conducted an early morning search of the Chaves County Detention Center Friday, part of an investigation into an alleged illegal narcotics operation that reportedly involved detention center inmates and staff.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 19:45PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Reisen / Journal Staff Writer

imgProbation violation arrest turns up arsenal at SW ABQ home


Published: Friday September 23 2022 19:20PM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 23:05PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer

imgJury convicts ABQ man in 2019 shooting death


Published: Friday September 23 2022 18:46PM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 22:49PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Jessica Dyer / Journal Staff Writer

imgKeller goes to bat for safe outdoor spaces again


Published: Friday September 23 2022 15:42PM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 22:13PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Reisen / Journal Staff Writer

imgBCSO IDs man fatally shot by deputies in SW ABQ


Published: Friday September 23 2022 13:49PM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 22:36PM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgArtesia's first cannabis retail shop opens in former Chaos Cafe


Published: Friday September 23 2022 13:37PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

3D mammograms coming to Gila Regional

The Gila Regional Medical Center Governing Board held their regular monthly meeting Thursday, where they spent nearly three hours in an executive sess.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

Library adds free online access to New York Times

Silver City Public Library customers may now enjoy free access to The New York Times, The New York Times Cooking and The New York Times Games, complim.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 13:00PM

imgRachael Ray grant lets Silver High culinary students open in-school cafe

(Daily Press Staff Photo by Joe Lutz)Emmarie Flores and her culinary entrepreneurship cl......


Published: Friday September 23 2022 13:00PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgServicios Y Mas Now Open

Española Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrated Servicios Y Mas Incorporated’s grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 11:11AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgGlobal market tensions put New Mexico oil and gas revenue in flux

It was estimated a $1 increase in the price per barrel of oil translates to $21 million into New Mexico’s General Fund.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 10:31AM

img Global market tensions put New Mexico oil and gas revenue in flux

It was estimated a $1 increase in the price per barrel of oil translates to $21 million into New Mexico’s General Fund.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 10:31AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

imgLieutenant governor candidate speaks to GOP women


Published: Friday September 23 2022 09:49AM

imgGuadalupe Mountains National Park reaches new heights on 50th anniversary

As visitors flock to the rugged West Texas park, park staff balance increased demand with the region’s ecological limits.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 09:34AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgConsent for nuclear waste in New Mexico debated by local, state leaders

Local leaders near the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant hope their voices of approval will again be heeded for a facility to store more nuclear waste.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:27AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Molly YoungOklahoman

imgSenate finally confirms new Indian Health Service leader

Roselyn Tso will lead the Indian Health Service, which cares for 2.6 million Native Americans.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 07:02AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Algernon D'AmmassaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgNew Mexico GOP ad denounced as racist for darkening figure in stock photo

The ad uses a stock image tinted so as to darken the skin of one figure to make him look more sinister. The GOP denied any racist subtext.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 06:52AM

img New Mexico GOP ad denounced as racist for darkening figure in stock photo

The ad uses a stock image tinted so as to darken the skin of one figure to make him look more sinister. The GOP denied any racist subtext.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 06:52AM

img Evaluation highlights concerns at state veterans' home in T or C

The quality of patient care and oversight at the New Mexico State Veterans’ Home in Truth or Consequences continues to be a point of concern.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 06:40AM

imgNew Mexico seeks contracts for oil well plugging via federal funds

In the first round of grant funding, New Mexico received $25 million for the work and could get another $75 million in the next five yeas.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 05:11AM

img APS gets $6,445.67 donation from debit card program

The Alamogordo Public Schools Tiger debit card program put $6,445.67 back into the school district.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 04:52AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Finds Dead Man Wrapped in Carpet During a Search Warrant

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 09/22/2022 @10:15PM APD Detectives brief at the scene of ABQ's latest violent Crimes call out NE Albuquerque - On September 22nd, 2022, in the late afternoon, The Albuquerque Police Department conducted a search warrant at a house on the 12200 block of Vienna Dr.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 04:36AM

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Gallup Sun

by: By Holly J. Wagner Sun Correspondent

imgCity council takes leap of faith on mixed-use housing

City council takes leap of faith on mixed-use housing Friday, 23 September 2022 02:20 By Holly J. Wagner Sun Correspondent A development that could eventually mean as many as 140 new homes in Gallup will be allowed to proceed after protest from a handful of residents failed to sway the City Council to do otherwise.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 02:20AM

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Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

imgGov. delivers over $40 million for new police officers across N.M.

Gov. delivers over $40 million for new police officers across N.M. Friday, 23 September 2022 02:14 Staff Reports Law Enforcement Recruitment Fund awards will fund over 300 new officers statewideALBUQUERQUE – Gov.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 02:14AM

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Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

imgEnforcing mental health parity laws

Enforcing mental health parity laws Friday, 23 September 2022 02:13 Staff Reports Luján, Murphy, Smith introduce legislation to give the Department of Labor authorityWashington D.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 02:13AM

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Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

imgGovernor’s office announces new interim leadership

Governor’s office announces new interim leadership Friday, 23 September 2022 02:12 Staff Reports SANTA FE – The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced on Sept.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 02:12AM

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Gallup Sun

by: Staff Reports

imgLujan Grisham announces first-ever tribal LEDA deal for Taos Pueblo Economic Development Center

Lujan Grisham announces first-ever tribal LEDA deal for Taos Pueblo Economic Development Center Friday, 23 September 2022 02:11 Staff Reports $2.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 02:11AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgSuspect Driving an El Camino Murders Man at South Valley Bus Stop

By: ABQ RAW staff POSTED: 09/22/2022 @5:30PM UPDATED: 9/22/2022 @8:00PM (Added suspect vehicle El Camino) A Bernalillo County Sheriff's Deputy documents evidence from a shooting in the South Valley.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 01:57AM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 02:21AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Terri Harber Roswell Daily Record

imgRoswell native to serve as local postmaster


Published: Friday September 23 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Juno Ogle Roswell Daily Record

imgRISD redistricting maps available for public view


Published: Friday September 23 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Juno Ogle Roswell Daily Record

Neeb no longer considered for Glenwood Springs job

City Manager Joe Neeb will not be leaving Roswell for a similar job in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Roswell Daily Record

City officials: Landfill fire likely caused by batteries

City officials think that a lithium battery was the probable cause of a Wednesday morning fire at the city landfill on West Brasher Road.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 00:15AM

img LANL-led consortium works to document orphaned wells

A consortium led by Los Alamos National Laboratory is using federal funding provided to find orphaned wells and help states prioritize plugging efforts.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 00:05AM

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Ariana Figueroa

imgU.S. House passes bill reforming Electoral Count Act to stop Jan. 6 repeat

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House passed on Wednesday a bill updating a 19th-century law in an attempt to prevent the subversion of future presidential elections.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Eric Tucker, Nomaan Merchant and Jill Colvin The Associated Press

imgTrump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Shaun Griswold

imgTribal leaders testify before Congress about sovereignty in legal systems

Sovereignty on Native American land is being attacked by the United States’ highest court, leaders from various tribal nations told members of Congress this week.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Jacob Fischler

imgTribal law enforcement boosted under bill proposed by members of Congress from the West

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers re-introduced legislation Thursday to provide more resources for tribal law enforcement, an issue they say has become more urgent as Congress begins to consider how to respond to a July Supreme Court case that complicated state-tribal criminal jurisdiction.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: TRISTEN CRITCHFIELD / FOR THE JOURNAL

imgTime to get lost in a corn maze

The 2022 La Union Maze features a UFO, extraterrestrial and crop circles. (Courtesy of Robert...


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Phaedra Haywood The Santa Fe New Mexican

State allots money for potential 'Rust' prosecutions

SANTA FE -- The state Board of Finance has awarded the First Judicial District Attorney's Office more than $317,000 to prosecute people connected to the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on set of the Alec Baldwin f.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Sports Editor

imgRio Rancho Public Schools faces problem with absenteeism

Type “chronic absenteeism” into Google on your browser and you see about 124,000,000...


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgRain today, gone tomorrow, enjoy a movie marathon

Listen to the weather This weekend will be mostly clear after today. Albuquerque National Weather...


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER - AP Economics Writer

imgPowell's stark message: Inflation fight may cause recession


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Patrick Lohmann

imgNew map shows where burn scar threatens historic acequias

After months of effort, contractors with the New Mexico Acequia Association have a clearer picture of the 200-year old acequias in the burn scar of the Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon Fire.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MORGAN LEE - Associated Press

imgNew Mexico candidate removes gun-for-$100 donations offer


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Patrick Lohmann

imgMore than 10% of New Mexicans eligible for student debt relief, numbers show

Figures released this week show that more than 1 in 10 New Mexicans are eligible to have some of their student loan debt wiped out.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Scott McFetridge The Associated Press

imgMore consumers buying organic, but US farmers still wary


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Sports Editor

imgMeet ‘Curly Crow’ author in Bernalillo Saturday

This Curly Crow dude sure gets around. He’s gone camping and he’s gone to the river; now he’s going to school. And it won’t be too long, says this bird’s “owner,” Nicholas Aragon, that he’ll be going to the beach, going to the.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Jennifer Shutt

imgMarjorie Taylor Greene leads GOP drive to criminalize gender-affirming care for transgender youth

WASHINGTON — Conservative Republicans gathered outside the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday to commit to bringing legislation to the floor that would make it a felony to give gender-affirming care to transgender youth, should the GOP take control of the U.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Jacob Fischler

imgManchin’s energy permitting plan roils U.S. Senate and House Democrats

WASHINGTON – The energy permitting proposal centrist Democrat U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin III made a condition of his support for a major Senate Democratic measure would impose timelines on federal agencies responsible for approving energy projects, according to text of the measure released late Wednesday.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

imgJail Log - September 23

Click Here for Curry County Jail Logs Click Here for Roosevelt County Jail Logs... — Updated 9/23/2022


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By HANNA ARHIROVA - Associated Press

imgIn Ukraine, Russia presses military and political campaigns


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Andrew Beale

imgGriffin files notice of appeal as Congress is asked to consider barring more J6 rioters from office

Former Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin filed a notice of appeal with the New Mexico Supreme Court Tuesday, indicating that he plans to challenge a ruling earlier this month barring him from holding elected office for his participation in the Capitol riot.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: KFDA-TV News

Four injured at Tri-State Fair shooting

AMARILLO – Four people were injured in a shooting at Amarillo’s Tri-State Fair late Monday night. Potter County Sheriff Brian Thomas said a fight broke out between two people about 11 p.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Megan Gleason

imgFeds begin air-dropping seeds and mulch over the burn scar in northern NM

Watersheds have been threatened and damaged for months by the largest wildfire in the state’s recorded history and the flooding that followed.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Shaun Griswold

imgFamilies of missing and murdered Indigenous people call for help at Haaland event in Albuquerque

Thursday night inside the UNM School of Law was a homecoming for Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, who was warmly received by an audience of hundreds.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Ariana Figueroa

imgFaith leaders urge minimum wage hike, expanded child tax credit as Congress nears recess

WASHINGTON — Faith leaders pressed Congress to pass voting rights legislation, a $15 minimum wage and a permanent expansion of the child tax credit during a Thursday briefing on Capitol Hill.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Garrison Wells

imgFIVE THINGS: Oktoberfest, Corrales Harvest Festival, wine and chile in Santa Fe

Oktoberfest Rio Rancho Saturday, Sept. 24 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Country Blue Plaza Shopping Center 3100...


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Staff of The News

Clovis school officials: Spicy chips sending students for treatment

Nursing staff at Clovis Municipal Schools have seen nearly two dozen students recently needing treatment due to “One Chip Challenge” chips, according to a school email sent to parents.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

imgCOVID update for September 23


Published: Friday September 23 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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Source New Mexico

by: Posts by Patrick Lohmann

imgAs government roadblocks pile up for acequias in the burn scar, visions spring of a gran limpia

Those who rely on historic irrigation ditches in the burn scar of the biggest fire in state history continue to face government roadblocks as they try to get acequias flowing and life to return to the charred landscape.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Water Repairs On Iris Street Scheduled For Monday

COUNTY News:Gas, Water, and Sewer crews from the Los Alamos County Department of Public Utilities (DPU) will be working on a water leak on Iris Street and drivers should expect to see traffic controls in place 9 a.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Scenes From NMED Los Alamos Oversite Office Community Open House

The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Department of Energy (DOE) Oversight Bureau invited members of the public to visit the NMED Los Alamos Oversight Section Office Friday at 1183 Diamond Dr.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Scenes From Boese Brew Co. Oktobe(e)rfest At Pond

All decked out for the Boese Brew Co. Oktobe(e)rfest event underway this evening and Saturday, Sept. 24 at Ashley Pond Park. Tonight’s featured bands are Gary BlackChild & The Ghost Train and Igor and the Red Elvises.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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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: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Pickelball Players Take Game To Pinon Park Tennis Courts

Local pickelball players temporary suspend play Monday night to pose for a photo. Games are played 7-9 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays at the Pinon Park Tennis Courts in White Rock.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img New Mexico Attorney General Joins Multi-State Coalition In Protecting Right To Interstate Travel To Seek Abortions

Attorney General Hector BalderasNMAG News:Amicus brief argues Texas’ laws violate individuals’ constitutional right to interstate travelALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas today joined a multistate coalition of 21 attorneys general, led by California, in submitting an amicus brief in Fund Texas Choice v.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img NMHU Awarded $50,000 For College Food Security Initiative

NMHU News:New Mexico Highlands University has received $50,000 from the Higher Education Department’s Addressing College Food Security grant.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img NMDOT Sponsors Car Seat Inspection Clinics Saturday

NMDOT NewsSANTA FE — Sept. 18-24 is National Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week. The campaign focuses on the importance of properly securing children in an appropriate car or booster seat.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Los Alamos MainStreet & Creative District Announce Schedule For Day Of Arts And Culture Oct. 1

Creative District/MainStreet News:October is National Arts and Humanities month, and Los Alamos has hosted an Evening of Arts and Culture for the past several years.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Floodplain Assessment For LANL Gate Available For Public Review, Comment

LANL News:The Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration’s (DOE/NNSA) Los Alamos Field Office has issued a Floodplain Assessment for the Technical Area 72 Outdoor Live Fire Range Gate Installation Project for a 15-day public review and comment period beginning with publication of this notice.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

img Atomic Follies Cabaret: The Nightmare Before Rocky Oct. 8

By JEREMY SMITH Director Los Alamos Creative DistrictThe Atomic Follies Cabaret presents: The Nightmare Before Rocky adult dinner theater show 7 p.


Published: Friday September 23 2022

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Steve Karnowski and Christina A. Cassidy Associated Press

imgIn-person voting starts in Minnesota, 3 other early states

+10 In-person voting starts in Minnesota, 3 other early states By Steve Karnowski and Christina A. Cassidy Associated Press In-person voting for the midterm elections has started in Minnesota, South Dakota, Virginia and Wyoming, in a landscape that has changed since the pandemic drove a shift to mail balloting in the 2020 presidential contest.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 23:59PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Jill Colvin Associated Press

imgTrump allies create a new super PAC called MAGA Inc.

+2 Trump allies create a new super PAC called MAGA Inc. By Jill Colvin Associated Press Top allies of ex-President Donald Trump are creating a new super PAC that's expected to serve as the main vehicle for his midterm spending and could become a key part of his campaign infrastructure if he moves forward with a 2024 White House run.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 23:59PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Michael Kunzelman Associated Press

imgQAnon follower who chased officer convicted in Jan. 6 trial

+3 QAnon follower who chased officer convicted in Jan. 6 trial By Michael Kunzelman Associated Press An Iowa man has been convicted of charges that he led a crowd of rioters in chasing a U.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 23:58PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Jamey Keaten Associated Press

imgU.N. rights experts present evidence of war crimes in Ukraine

U.N. rights experts present evidence of war crimes in Ukraine By Jamey Keaten Associated Press A team of experts commissioned by the U.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 23:58PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Matt Sedensky Associated Press

imgRegional fights take stage at UN where Ukraine has dominated


Published: Friday September 23 2022 23:28PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Bobby Caina Calvan Associated Press

imgAs shelters fill, NYC weighs tents to house migrants


Published: Friday September 23 2022 23:28PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By JULIE WATSON and AMY TAXIN - Associated Press

imgNew model to enlist regular Americans to resettle refugees


Published: Friday September 23 2022 19:21PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Morgan Lee Associated Press

imgCandidate removes gun for $100 donations offer

+3 Candidate removes gun for $100 donations offer By Morgan LeeAssociated Press GOP secretary of state nominee Audrey Trujillo said she was removing a flyer out of concern it might be out of compliance.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 09:25AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

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

imgDemocrats call on New Mexico GOP to disavow 'racist' mailer

+2 Democrats call on New Mexico GOP to disavow 'racist' mailer By Daniel J. Chacóndchacon@sfnewmexican.com The photo in the mailer was altered to darken the skin tone of the hands of a person who represents a sex offender.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 09:25AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

imgReport: Problems persist at state veterans' home and other care facilities

+7 Report: Problems persist at state veterans' home and other care facilities By Robert Nottrnott@sfnewmexican.com An increase in deficiencies, the report says, could lead to a loss of federal funding for the veterans' home.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:56AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

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

imgNetwork in Santa Fe helps older women find connections, face stressful times

+3 Network in Santa Fe helps older women find connections, face stressful times By Claudia L. Silvacsilva@sfnewmexican.com The Transition Network's Good Neighbor program links members of the group who need some sort of assistance.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:53AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Jennifer Peltz and Matthew Lee Associated Press

imgU.S. urges world to tell Russia to stop its nuclear threats

U.S. urges world to tell Russia to stop its nuclear threats By Jennifer Peltz and Matthew LeeAssociated Press The United States urged other nations to tell Russia to stop making nuclear threats and end “the horror” of its war in Ukraine as all three countries' top diplomats spoke — but didn't quite meet — at a high-profile U.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:51AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Sylvia Hui Associated Press

imgUK government lifts fracking ban despite opposition

UK government lifts fracking ban despite opposition By Sylvia HuiAssociated Press Britain’s government has confirmed it is lifting a ban on fracking in England, arguing that the move will help boost the country’s energy security following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:39AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By ZEYNEP BILGINSOY Associated Press

imgTurkey's central bank makes big rate cut amid 80% inflation

Turkey's central bank makes big rate cut amid 80% inflation By ZEYNEP BILGINSOY Associated Press Turkey’s central bank has delivered another massive interest rate cut despite eye-popping inflation above 80%.


Published: Friday September 23 2022 08:39AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Elise Kaplan / Journal Staff Writer

imgFormer detective with PTSD awarded $1.4M in lawsuit


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 22:00PM

Updated: Friday September 23 2022 00:02AM

img New Mexico braces for exodus from Medicaid insurance

New Mexico is bracing for a rapid exodus of up to 100,000 people from subsidized Medicaid health care next year.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 18:39PM

img City plans funeral procession for Abe Romero

The funeral procession, from the church to the cemetery, is limited to family and friends of Romero, who passed away Sept. 17.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 17:10PM

img Sherwood resigns from Alamogordo school board seat

Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education Vice President Ryan Sherwood announced his resignation effective at midnight Sept. 21.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 12:36PM

img Application deadline for mine spill settlement money pushed to Oct. 28

A total of $10 million has been set aside for projects that restore or replace injured natural resources or the services they provide.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 12:32PM

img Anthony's interim police chief departs; city to wait for Ordoñez' return

Anthony Police Chief Vanessa Ordoñez is expected to return from a military deployment in November.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 11:46AM

img Farmington goes to court to spur San Juan Generating Station transfer

The City of Farmington asked the state’s 11th Judicial District Court to intervene in its battle with PNM to take over San Juan Generating Station.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 11:28AM

img Booker T. Washington no longer in lockdown

Booker T. Washington Elementary School was locked down after police responded to a subject barricaded in a nearby home.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:56AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Patrick Lohmann, Source New Mexico

imgWhat comes next?: Residents worry about long-term future of Las Vegas

Residents of the New Mexico city downriver of the biggest fire in state history have been drinking bottled water and eating off paper plates for several months now, an effort to preserve the city’s dwindling clean water supply.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:19AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgLong-delayed murder trial set to begin Monday

The trial of a man accused of killing 71-year-old William “Skip” Smith Jr. in the summer of 2019 is set to begin next week, following multiple delays in the case.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:18AM

imgCity of Las Vegas applies for emergency funding for water solutions

At its regular meeting Wednesday night, the City of Las Vegas approved applications for funding that may allow them to take the next steps toward solving the current water crisis.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:17AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgMan accused of child abuse rearrested hours after posting bond

A San Miguel County man jailed following accusations that he abused his mother and allowed his children to live in unsanitary conditions was rearrested just hours after being released from jail, court records show.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:15AM

imgMan arrested for stealing company vehicle, credit card

A Santa Fe man was arrested in Las Vegas after allegedly stealing a company vehicle and attempting to use a company credit card for personal purchases, according to court records filed this week.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:13AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Emily Withnall, NMHU

imgRosemarie Montoya earns NMHU Spirit Award

When the Hermits Peak Fire started, Rosemarie Montoya, a Highlands University alumna and long-time agent with State Farm, began working with the many community members who lost property.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:11AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Staci Matlock, NMFWRI Communications Coordinator

imgInstitute hosts area high school students for STEM Showdown at Storrie Lake

More than 150 students from five Northern New Mexico high schools learned about archery, water quality and forest fires from natural resource professionals last week during a STEM Showdown at Storrie Lake.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 10:04AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgSolid Waste Authority Special Meeting Postponed

The Sept. 21 North Central Solid Waste Authority special meeting was cut short when Mayor Pro Tem Peggy Sue Martinez moved to not approve the agenda and to postpone the meeting.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 09:50AM

img Two found dead near NMSU. Here's what we know

Details are scarce, but state police did confirm that two were dead, and an investigation was ongoing.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 08:55AM

img Temple Beth-El of Las Cruces welcomes first female rabbi

Temple Beth-El Las Cruces welcomed a new rabbi, their first female rabbi, this summer following a two-year long search.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 08:38AM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

imgVote to remove Airport Advisory Board member sent to AG

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Published: Thursday September 22 2022 08:10AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgCoronado Mall under lockdown

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/21/2022 @ 9:00PM Updated: 9/21/2022 @10:00PM UPDATE *** APD has determined the Alleged Armed Man on the loose at or near Coronado Mall was NOT CREDIBLE NE ABQ, — Albuquerque Police Department are on the hunt for a man who was allegedly armed with a gun at Coronado Mall.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 03:10AM

Updated: Thursday September 22 2022 04:12AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Juno Ogle Roswell Daily Record

imgOfficials discuss condemnations at public forum

The city of Roswell used its monthly public forum Tuesday night to explain its processes on code enforcement and business development.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Juno Ogle Roswell Daily Record

imgMalfunctioning door at Adult Center defies repair attempts


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

imgLocal group gets permit for marijuana farm


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 00:15AM

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgVillage opposes privatizing senior center

The Village Board of Trustees last week voiced its opposition to a proposal by the Socorro County...


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgValencia County Fire Department to improve coverage

“Our crews are working out of one station, taking 30 to 35 calls in a 48-hour shift,” he said. “If you look at call times and if they have to transport, we have crews not sleeping for two days.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Jessica OnsurezCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgVPs of Hobbs, Farmington colleges candidates for top position at SENMC

The college announced public forums scheduled for Sept. 26, Sept. 27 and Sept. 28 in which the community can learn more about the final candidates.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MICHAEL R. SISAK and LARRY NEUMEISTER - Associated Press

imgTrump accused of vast fraud in suit by NY attorney general


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Submitted

Tourism Talk to highlight Roswell Visitor Center

The Roswell Visitor Center and its role in promoting local businesses and events will be the focus of a Tourism Talk on Monday, Sept.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgStormy evening again, celebrate fall equinox

Listen to the weather There is a higher chance of rain and storms this evening. Albuquerque...


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgSouthwest Public Policy Institute sues NM Department of Tax and Rev

The Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI) filed a lawsuit on September 19 against the New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue (NMTRD) for failure to produce records from an Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA).


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MARK KENNEDY - AP Entertainment Writer

imgReview: Sidney Poitier documentary shows a constant striving


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Kathleen Stinson

imgResident lobbies for cancer bills

Clovis resident George Barber traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to meet with members of Congress to lobby for passage of a group of bills that would provide funding for the.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgParticipating in and with government is key to accountability

There are boards, commissions and councils. They handle everything from roads to textbooks to water. They collect taxes, make laws and regulations, and ultimately, provide services to the community.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

imgOld Rule Predicting State House Races Looking Worn And Torn, Plus

The phenomenon that the “nonwhitehouse party” benefits electorally can be best seen when viewing NM statehouse races. During the 2 Obama mid-term elections the Republicans picked up a total of 13 house seats and took over the majority in the state house.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgNuclear waste repository near Carlsbad seeks to improve after incidents

So far this year, three shipments of transuranic (TRU) nuclear waste from Idaho alerted WIPP personnel, leading to suspensions of waste shipments.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MORGAN LEE - Associated Press

imgNew Mexico previously bused migrants during Trump years


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MORGAN LEE - Associated Press

imgNew Mexico braces for exodus from Medicaid insurance


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MARCIA DUNN - AP Aerospace Writer

imgNASA tries fueling moon rocket in test, but leak reoccurs


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by El Defensor Chieftain

imgLaw and Order: Socorro Police Department blotter

The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department July 18 Officer was...


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Aya Batrawy The Associated Press

imgIran says it's ready for new nuclear deal but asks if US is


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By ACACIA CORONADO and GISELA SALOMON - Associated Press

imgIncrease in Venezuelan migration is felt across US

Venezuelans have surpassed Guatemalans and Hondurans to become the second-largest nationality stopped at the U.S. border in August after Mexicans.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgHusband arrested, charged for killing wife

The body of a Valencia County woman who had been missing since earlier this month has been found.... Read More


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Staff of The News

imgHomicide suspect arrested

A 48-year-old man is Clovis' latest homicide victim, police announced Wednesday morning. Police received a 911 call from Plains Regional Medical Center at 3:06 a.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgEx-LANL scientists advanced Chinese military efforts: Report


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

imgCOVID update for September 22


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgAlbuquerque man charged with assault

The driver, identified as Xavier Mirabal, 24, of Albuquerque, then allegedly “clipped” him from the back. Read More


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

img VPs of Hobbs, Farmington colleges candidates for top position at SENMC

The college announced public forums scheduled for Sept. 26, Sept. 27 and Sept. 28 in which the community can learn more about the final candidates.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

img Otero County Animal Shelter receives $60,000 donation

The Otero County Animal Shelter, 601 Wright Avenue in Alamogordo, received a $60,000 donation from the Bonnie Brooks Family Foundation Trust.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

img Nuclear waste repository near Carlsbad seeks to improve after incidents

So far this year, three shipments of transuranic (TRU) nuclear waste from Idaho alerted WIPP personnel, leading to suspensions of waste shipments.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Alamagordo Daily News

by: Tiffany Acosta

img NMSU Extension program promotes diabetes awareness, to expand to Otero County

In November, the program will expand and collaborate with the Otero County Cooperative Extension Service and Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center in Alamogordo, New Mexico.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

img Missing 18-year old Alamogordo man found safe

Jeffrey Youngs, 18 of Alamogordo, was last seen at about 5 p.m. on Sept. 15 leaving his home on the 1800 block of Miracerros Lane.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

img Mexican drug cartels should be declared terrorist organizations, Abbott says

The governor directs DPS to target the cartels and to seize their assets.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Photo by Javier Gallegos The New Mexican

imgBundled up for training

Photo feature Bundled up for training Photo by Javier GallegosThe New Mexican Ice skater Scarlett Portuguez, 11, lands an aerial trick as her coach Teri Moellenberg looks on Wednesday at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 23:19PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Geoffrey Plant The Taos News

imgTaos schools unveil security upgrades in wake of student's stabbing

+6 Taos schools unveil security upgrades in wake of student's stabbing By Geoffrey PlantThe Taos News Many items on a long list of planned security upgrades have either been purchased or are in the process of being purchased.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 23:19PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By TOM DAVIES and ARLEIGH RODGERS - Associated Press

imgIndiana abortion clinics reopening after judge blocks ban

Indiana abortion clinics reopening after judge blocks ban By TOM DAVIES and ARLEIGH RODGERS - Associated Press An Indiana judge has blocked the state’s abortion ban from being enforced, putting the new law on hold as abortion clinic operators argue that it violates the state constitution.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 20:06PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By DAVE COLLINS and PAT EATON-ROBB Associated Press

imgAlex Jones testifies in trial over his Sandy Hook hoax lies

+14 Alex Jones testifies in trial over his Sandy Hook hoax lies By DAVE COLLINS and PAT EATON-ROBBAssociated Press Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones took the stand Thursday at his trial in Connecticut to try to limit the damages he must pay for calling the Sandy Hook school shooting a hoax.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 19:14PM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By SAM MCNEIL - Associated Press

imgPalestinian strife highlights lost hopes of armed youths

+4 Palestinian strife highlights lost hopes of armed youths By SAM MCNEIL - Associated Press The rare eruption of deadly clashes this week between Palestinians and their own security forces has cast a spotlight on the growing ranks of disenfranchised, impoverished young men taking up arms.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 09:23AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By KELVIN CHAN - Associated Press

imgBank of England raises rates but avoids bolder hike like Fed

+7 Bank of England raises rates but avoids bolder hike like Fed By KELVIN CHAN - Associated Press The Bank of England has raised its key interest rate by another half-percentage point.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 09:23AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By HOWARD FENDRICH - AP Tennis Writer

imgFederer's final match comes in doubles alongside rival Nadal

+9 Federer's final match comes in doubles alongside rival Nadal By HOWARD FENDRICH - AP Tennis Writer Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will team up in doubles at the Laver Cup on Friday in what Federer has announced will be the final match of his long and illustrious career.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 09:04AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By MALLIKA SEN - Associated Press

imgAt UN, Russia's war in Ukraine is both text and subtext

+9 At UN, Russia's war in Ukraine is both text and subtext By MALLIKA SEN - Associated Press After two years of discourse dominated by the coronavirus pandemic, the war in Ukraine has taken center stage at this year’s U.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 08:51AM

imgSaudi Arabia plans to send female astronaut to space in 2023

Saudi Arabia plans to send female astronaut to space in 2023 AP Saudi Arabia plans to launch a training program with the goal of sending its own astronauts, including a woman, into space next year.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 07:37AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By SYLVIA HUI and FRANK JORDANS - Associated Press

imgConstitution stops Charles becoming Britain's 'green' king

+4 Constitution stops Charles becoming Britain's 'green' king By SYLVIA HUI and FRANK JORDANS - Associated Press Now that he's monarch, King Charles III — one of Britain's most prominent environmental voices — will have to be more careful with his words.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 04:51AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By SOPHENG CHEANG and GRANT PECK - Associated Press

imgKhmer Rouge tribunal ends work after 16 years, 3 judgments


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 04:33AM

imgSwiss central bank enacts biggest-ever hike to key rate

+2 Swiss central bank enacts biggest-ever hike to key rate AP Switzerland’s central bank has carried out the biggest hike ever to its key interest rate.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 04:08AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By KARL RITTER - Associated Press

imgUkraine’s Mariupol defenders, Putin ally in prisoner swap

+5 Ukraine’s Mariupol defenders, Putin ally in prisoner swap By KARL RITTER - Associated Press Ukraine has completed a high-profile prisoner swap with Russia, the culmination of months of efforts to free many of the Ukrainian fighters who defended a steel plant in the port of Mariupol during a months-long Russian siege.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 03:48AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By FARAI MUTSAKA - Associated Press

imgSecret vaccinations help Zimbabwe mothers protect children

+16 Secret vaccinations help Zimbabwe mothers protect children By FARAI MUTSAKA - Associated Press Church members in Zimbabwe are getting their children vaccinated against measles in secret amid a deadly outbreak.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 01:30AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By ELENA BECATOROS - Associated Press

imgIn Ukraine's retaken battlefields, soldiers recover bodies

+15 In Ukraine's retaken battlefields, soldiers recover bodies By ELENA BECATOROS - Associated Press Only now are Ukrainian soldiers able to retrieve the bodies of dead soldiers from a region near the Russian border that was the scene of fierce fighting for months over the summer.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 01:30AM

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Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By ROD McGUIRK - Associated Press

imgAustralia holds day of mourning for queen with art, flowers

+2 Australia holds day of mourning for queen with art, flowers By ROD McGUIRK - Associated Press Australia has honored Queen Elizabeth II with a day of mourning and a wreath of golden wattle — the plant that blooms in Australia's national colors in the southern spring.


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 01:15AM

imgAnimals teach us about diversity

Rescue Report Animals teach us about diversity


Published: Thursday September 22 2022 00:04AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgOn Again Off Again Mental Patient Wanders Streets Steals Gun then Shoots up Downtown

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/21/2022 @ 1:30PM Jacob Reyna Downtown ABQ - A man was arrested Tuesday afternoon for shooting several rounds at unknown targets in the area of Gold between 3rd and 5th streets downtown.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 19:40PM

Updated: Wednesday September 21 2022 20:01PM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

New Questa police chief talks about rebuilding the department

Mainly sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 17:28PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Man tied to earlier threat that closed Taos schools arrested

Mainly sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 17:28PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgTaos Municipal Schools District heightening security measures

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 17:21PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgVista Grande High School is full speed ahead after district departure

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 17:04PM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

Police Blotter

Sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 17:03PM

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The Taos News

by: James Barron, The New Mexican

imgTigers football coach cleared of misconduct allegations after weekend investigation

Mainly sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 16:43PM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

img'Livable Environment Ordinance' tabled amid backlash

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 16:43PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgCOVID, monkeypox, polio and west nile under control in NM

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 16:40PM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

imgCOVID cases down in Taos County

Sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 16:40PM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Reisen / Journal Staff Writer

imgMan shot after thwarting beer theft at a gas station


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 16:21PM

Updated: Thursday September 22 2022 23:02PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Samantha Chavez

imgCity Discusses Trash Issues with Waste Authority

Española City Council met with the North Central Solid Waste Authority on Sept. 15 to hold the emergency special meeting that the council requested via the official notice sent out on Sept.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 14:27PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgEl Pilar Restaurant to Showcase Local Artist

El Pilar Restaurant will collaborate with Brayan Moreno on Sept 24. to present the Extravagance in Blue Art Show. The showcase will occur from 5 p.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 14:23PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgCelebrate Española Valley Arts Festival

The 37th annual Española Valley Arts Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 24 and Sept. 25 at the Española Plaza.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 14:22PM

imgBus Maintenance Building Opens in City

North Central Regional Transit District hosted a ribbon cutting on Sept. 15 in dedication of their new maintenance facility. The seven acre facility holds a wash bay and fueling station and is located behind the District headquarters at 1327 N.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 13:49PM

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The Taos News

by: Andrew Black

imgPublic Lands Day reminds us to be better stewards of the land

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 13:44PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgAPD Shoots and Injures Suspect in NE ABQ

In a tweet, The Albuquerque Police Department says a multi-agency task force is responding to an officer-involved shooting around the 3300 block of Candelaria, near Carlisle, the shooting happened Wednesday morning on 9/21/2022.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 13:38PM

Updated: Wednesday September 21 2022 15:59PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

$10M in low-income aid opens Monday

The New Mexico Human Services Department announced Tuesday that they will begin accepting economic relief assistance applications for low-income New M.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

County signs back on with Wildlife Services

The main item on the Grant County Commission agenda for Tuesday’s special meeting was a $26,500 agreement with the Integrated Wildlife Damage Manage.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 13:00PM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

imgSeafood, sausage and saffron

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:49AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Community engagement editor Andy Smith / Albuquerque Journal

imgTackling challenges, block by block, in the 'I.D.'

Tackling challenges, block by block, in the 'I.D.'


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Morgan Lee / Associated Press

imgNew Mexico braces for exodus from Medicaid coverage

New Mexico braces for exodus from Medicaid coverage


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Morgan Lee / Associated Press

imgNM candidate removes gun-for-$100 donation offer

NM candidate removes gun-for-$100 donation offer


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

imgLFC: Yazzie-Martinez lawsuit response lagging

LFC: Yazzie-Martinez lawsuit response lagging


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Colleen Heild / Journal Investigative Reporter

imgJudge rules Rio Rancho violated IPRA in child’s shooting death

Judge rules Rio Rancho violated IPRA in child’s shooting death


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer

imgJudge orders candidate to be listed on ballot

Judge orders candidate to be listed on ballot


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Rick Nathanson / Journal Staff Writer

imgIt 'gave me a purpose'

It 'gave me a purpose'


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer

imgFormer bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing $2 million from auto body company

Former bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing $2 million from auto body company


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Matthew Reisen / Journal Staff Writer

imgEx-ROTC instructor suspected in second rape

Ex-ROTC instructor suspected in second rape


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Susan Montoya Bryan / Associated Press

imgElectric demand to outpace capacity for New Mexico utilities

Electric demand to outpace capacity for New Mexico utilities


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: ABQJournal News Staff

imgDiversity on full display in Corrales Pet Mayor race

Diversity on full display in Corrales Pet Mayor race


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Rick Nathanson / Journal Staff Writer

imgChild poverty rate improves in New Mexico


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

Updated: Thursday September 22 2022 22:46PM

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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: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Colleen Slevin / Associated Press

imgAmended autopsy: Black man died due to sedative, restraint

Amended autopsy: Black man died due to sedative, restraint


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Esteban Candelaria / Journal Staff Writer

imgA 'heart for kids'

A 'heart for kids'


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Associated Press

img6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Mexico, 2 dead

6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Mexico, 2 dead


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

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Albuqueruque Journal

by: Andy Smith / Journal Asst. Editorial Page Editor / Reader Engagement Editor

img'Courageous conversations' can transform community

'Courageous conversations' can transform community


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:48AM

imgCapturing imaginations

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 11:45AM

imgPATHWAYS to SUCCESS: Making a Difference

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Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 10:54AM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: By Samantha Chavez

imgRio Arriba County Holds Community Meeting to Talk Trash Problems

Rio Arriba County held a Community Meeting on Sept. 14 at the Alcalde Community Center in which both county officials and City of Española officials were present to discuss residential issues.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 10:29AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

imgVoting demonstration educates on machines, process


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Juno Ogle Roswell Daily Record

New teacher pay making a difference in RISD


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Lisa Dunlap Photo

imgENMU-R students, staff mark Constitution Day

Lisa Dunlap Photo


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Bond set for suspect in police chase

Bond was set at $1,500 Tuesday for a man who allegedly led police on a recent high-speed chase.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 00:15AM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgWage increases approved for Eddy County Sheriff's Office and jail

Amidst labor shortages and a competitive job market. Eddy County approved wage increases for the Eddy County Sheriff's Department and Jail.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

imgTwo Chances For Ronchetti To Move The Needle; Guv TV Debate Schedule Set; Neither Is Close To Election Day. Plus

30 p.m. Wednesday, October 12. This is also good timing as early voting at county clerk's offices begins October 11. Widespread early voting at locations around the state begins Saturday, October 22.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Mary Ann Bedwell

imgThe Unbearable Ordeal of Michael Schmitt: The 1980 Riot at the Penitentiary of New Mexico by Dirk Cameron Gibson

“Those who fail to learn from history are destined to repeat it.” This often-repeated axiom certainly seems to apply to the events examined in this book.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgSlight chance of rain, make cheese ball

Listen to the weather Today there is a slight chance of rain and stormy weather. Albuquerque...


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Nathan Chavez, Reporter

imgProperty Tax Rates for 2022

On September 5, Cibola County received the property tax rate-setting order from the state's Department of Finance and Administration.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Matthew Reisen | Albuquerque Journal staff writer

imgPolice ID 3 recent homicide victims

Albuquerque police released the names of three men fatally shot in separate incidents across the...


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgOnline scams hit RR residents as problem skyrockets nationwide

The average victim in NM lost $4,827 last year.   In the neighborhoods of Rio Rancho and...


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgOil and gas revenue on New Mexico state land grows to $2 billion

“We’re doing in three weeks what we used to bring in in one year in oil and gas revenue,” said Greg Bloom at the New Mexico State Land Office.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Adrian HeddenCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgNew Mexico granted $38 million from feds for electric vehicle chargers

The approval of the first phase, allowed funds earmarked for FY 2022 be immediately available to New Mexico from the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgNational Recovery Month

During National Recovery Month, the State of New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s administration remains dedicated to creating accessible and high-quality behavioral health care, driving behavioral health initiatives, such as the Crisis Now System to ensure all New Mexicans have the necessary continuum of care for mental health and substance use disorder prevention, treatment and recovery services.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By TOM KRISHER - AP Auto Writer

imgNTSB wants all new vehicles to check drivers for alcohol use


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgMPD Discovers Missing Texas Woman

MILAN, N.M. – The Village of Milan Police Department recently discovered a missing Texas woman in Cibola County. After speaking with the woman, they determined that she had left Texas on her volition due to family arguments, and was not in danger.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

imgLenders and the SBA are Committed to Building a Strong Economy with Small Businesses

Ted James, Region 6 Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration The U.S. Small Business Administration’s partnership with lenders across our country to deliver our flagship 7(a) loans has often been hailed as the most successful public-private partnerships ever instituted by the federal government.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

imgKim Yacone's homicide was preceded by warning signs

Increasing danger to Kim Yacone was evident in public documents, prompting questions as to whether her life could have been saved.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: The Associated Press

imgIran faces global criticism, protests over woman's death

Iran is facing international criticism over the death of a woman held by its morality police, which ignited three days of protests across the country.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgFirewood for Sale

As the cold air approaches, the Cibola National Forest staff remind Cibola County residents that firewood is for sale. While collecting firewood in the Cibola National Forest, remember to be courteous of the forest and be safe when harvesting wood.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgDrugs Delivered by Mail

MILAN, N.M. – Albuquerque, New Mexico, woman Lupe Sanchez has been arrested after allegedly sending a handwritten letter with drugs inside to the Cibola County Correctional Center in Milan, N.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgDouble Six Art Gallery Robbed Twice

GRANTS, N.M. – A string of robberies is hampering the City of Grants. For months, Grants residents have been dealing with petty burglaries, lawbreakers going into residential yards and stealing lawn ornaments and the like.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Staff of The News

Defendant in Burge homicide takes a plea

The man set to be tried starting Monday on a first-degree murder charge in the November 2019 shooting death of Jahmall Burge, 36, of Clovis has signed a plea agreement.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MORGAN LEE - Associated Press

imgCowboys for Trump cofounder appeals ban from public office

A New Mexico politician and Trump supporter who was removed and barred from elected office for his role in the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MARY CLARE JALONICK - Associated Press

imgCongress eyes strongest response yet to Jan. 6 attack


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgCibola’s Drought Conditions Continue to Improve

Drought conditions in Cibola continue to improve through August thanks to significant rainfall across the county. August saw an increase in rainfall, with 1.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

imgCOVID update for September 21


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Staff of The News

Bathroom trash can fire forces CHS evacuation

Clovis Municipal Schools have issued a news release about a small fire that forced the evacuation of Clovis High School. The incident happened around 3:05 p.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgBLM Set to Issue New Grazing Regulations

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is apparently set to issue new livestock grazing regulations, according to Don L.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: The Observer

imgApplications for economic relief payments open Monday, Sept. 26

State to deliver $10 million in economic aid this fall   SANTA FE – The New Mexico Human Services Department announced they will begin accepting economic relief assistance applications for low-income New Mexico residents on.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By BRIAN WITTE - Associated Press

img'Serial' host: Evidence that freed Syed was long available


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Yucca fifth graders make class constitution for Constitution Day

The Yucca Elementary School fifth grade class brainstormed their own class constitution during a project on Sept. 19 for Constitution Day.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Oil and gas revenue on New Mexico state land grows to $2 billion

“We’re doing in three weeks what we used to bring in in one year in oil and gas revenue,” said Greg Bloom at the New Mexico State Land Office.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img New Mexico previously bused migrants during Trump years

There is little, if any, talk of transporting migrants away from the border by Lujan Grisham — or Republican nominee for governor Mark Ronchetti.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img New Mexico granted $38 million from feds for electric vehicle chargers

The approval of the first phase, allowed funds earmarked for FY 2022 be immediately available to New Mexico from the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Kim Yacone's homicide was preceded by warning signs

Increasing danger to Kim Yacone was evident in public documents, prompting questions as to whether her life could have been saved.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Holloman AFB plans prescribed burn Oct. 1-2

A prescribed burn on HollomanAFB to aid the removal of salt cedar and reduce hazardous fuels that was set for April has been rescheduled for October.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img DA alleges pact between judge, defense in Walmart shooting case

New evidence is being presented by the El Paso District Attorney's Office in its effort to remove Judge Sam Medrano from the Walmart shooting case.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Calendar of events

The Four Corners Balloon Rally and the Harvest Wine Festival are among many events taking place this week in San Juan County.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

img Abe Romero's funeral services announced

Funeral details for Abraham Yael Romero, the 17-year-old captain of the Organ Mountain football team, have been announced.


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022

imgSaving for the big chill

Magic Table Saving for the big chill


Published: Wednesday September 21 2022 03:22AM

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ABQ Raw

by: Police Law News

imgOPINION: Tomi Lahren event at UNM "cancelled" by protestors

Tomi Lahren (Photo by Gage Skidmore) OPINION BY ABQ RAW CONTRIBUTOR AND SUBSTACK CONTENT CREATOR: POLICE LAW NEWSLETTER FOX news personality Tomi Lahren was scheduled to speak at the University of New Mexico (UNM) on Thursday September 15, 2022.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 23:00PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgBREAKING NEWS: BCSO Involved in Shooting in South Valley, Suspect Dead

ABQ RAW staff 09/20/2022 @2:28PM South Valley ABQ - According to a Tweet by Bernalillo County Sheriff's office, there is a law enforcement presence in the area of Isleta Blvd SW and Camino Del Valle SW.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 21:02PM

Updated: Tuesday September 20 2022 22:08PM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

imgAlert issued for missing woman

New Mexico State Police on Tuesday issued an endangered adult advisory for a Roswell woman.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 20:07PM

New Mexico Supreme Court upholds habitual offender ruling


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 20:07PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

imgDuck Creek overflow closes Cliff Schools

(Photo Courtesy of Victor Oaxaca)This view from the front of the Cliff Schools campus sh......


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 19:56PM

imgStray Hearts Animal Shelter weekly report

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Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 17:01PM

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The Paper

by: Josh Lee

imgFood Network Features New Scalo Chef

Posted inFood Food Network Features New Scalo Chef by Josh Lee September 20, 2022September 20, 2022 David Ruiz is now operating as the executive chef at Scalo’s, an upscale Italian eatery located in Nob Hill.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 16:36PM

Updated: Tuesday September 20 2022 16:45PM

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The Paper

by: Carolyn Carlson

imgCity Council Watch: Where’s My District Now?

Posted inCity Council City Council Watch: Where’s My District Now? by Carolyn Carlson September 20, 2022September 22, 2022


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 16:09PM

Updated: Thursday September 22 2022 09:25AM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgWater infrastructure project starts in Arroyo Hondo

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Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 15:43PM

imgJust stuff it: From humble vegetable to delectable feast

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Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 15:43PM

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The Taos News

by: Robert Nott, rnott@sfnewmexican.com

imgChild care facilities offer new possibilities for some state workers

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Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 15:42PM

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The Taos News

by: Haven Lindsey

imgSuccess Story: Custom Homes with a Sustainable Blueprint

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Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 14:42PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

State to deliver $89 million in food assistance

Families for 227,735 New Mexico students will receive benefits through Sept. 26 to cover the summer months of June and July 2022.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Nickolas Seibel

imgGila River Festival celebrates and explores the river this weekend

(Courtesy Photo)Hydrogeologist Dylan Duverge teaches kids in the Gila Box to catch and d......


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 13:00PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

imgSilver Schools aims to stop bullying sooner rather than later

(Photo via YouTube)Superintendent William Hawkins released a video for Silver Schools pa......


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 13:00PM

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The Taos News

by: John Miller editor@taosnews.com

imgUpdate: Michigan man arrested, charged with stabbing Taos High School cross country runner

Sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 10:33AM

imgHoly Cross Medical Center Welcomes Dr. Steven Slikkers

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Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 10:18AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgOne Dead, One in Custody in Shooting Downtown ABQ

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/19/2022 @ 8:00PM Officers Investigate Homicide #128 Homicide Detectives investigate a shooting death on 12th St NW downtown Downtown ABQ - Violent crimes detectives and other investigators are on scene of the city's latest homicide.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 02:11AM

Updated: Tuesday September 20 2022 03:27AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Woman wounded in Sunday shooting

Roswell police are investigating a Sunday night shooting that left a woman injured.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

Vehicle was driving wrong way ahead of Sunday crash, RPD says

One of three people who died in a two-vehicle crash in Roswell Sunday morning was driving on the wrong side of the road when the collision happened.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: Juno Ogle

imgLocal veteran celebrates 100th birthday Saturday

Juno Ogle Photo


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross

imgGOP candidate touts biography in congressional race

Two years ago, Alexis Martinez Johnson was in Santa Fe when she encountered a man who was a delegate with the Democratic Party of New Mexico.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Lisa Dunlap Roswell Daily Record

imgFair board names 2022 parade grand marshal


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:15AM

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By Alex Ross Roswell Daily Record

imgDexter mourns death of teen in Friday crash

Dexter is still reeling from Friday's two-vehicle collision that killed a local high school student.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:15AM

img Group accuses PNM, AVANGRID of misleading the public

An environment and consumer protection advocacy group said the Public Service Company of New Mexico and AVANGRID engaged in an ad campaign to mislead the public.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:01AM

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Zoo to host volunteer event on Saturday

The Hillcrest Park Zoo is holding a “Love the Zoo” event from 8 am to noon on Saturday. “Join us for a beautification event,” as stated in the zoo flyer.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgWork starting soon to repair crumbling Greene Street bridge in Carlsbad

Aging infrastructure along the northside of the Greene Street Bridge near Carlsbad prompted quick action by NMDOT to fix the aging structure.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By TOM KRISHER and HOPE YEN - Associated Press

imgUS traffic deaths dip in Q2 but still high as pandemic eases


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: UNM News Service

imgUNM Health holds drive-through and walk-in clinics in Rio Rancho and Albuquerque

Experts say this year’s flu season has already been a strange one. For more on times and dates...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Rick Nathanson, Journal Staff Writer

imgTop tips for getting to Balloon Fiesta Park

A balloon fiesta visitor watches balloons inflate on the field while stuck in a line of traffic...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Texico school earns 'Blue Ribbon' award

Texico Middle School is one of three New Mexico schools that will be honored in the 2022 National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, which recognizes schools for overall academic performance and progress in closing student achievement ga.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgTaco Tuesday, chances of rain again

Listen to the weather Today there is a smaller chance of rain than yesterday. Albuquerque National Weather Service says, “Hit-and-miss storms continue this week except across the east where hot & dry conditions.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

State monitoring wastewater for COVID

Samples of wastewater from Clovis’ sewer treatment plant are being monitored for the coronavirus as part of a New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) program, city manager Justin Howalt said.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

imgSlipping Away

Joe- I am wondering if we just have to get comfortable being at the bottom of the good lists and at the top of the bad lists. I am even trying to think about “settling” if we were in the middle, but we are not there.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Garrison Wells

imgRichmond American building second community in Rio Rancho, more are on the way

RIO RANCHO — Richmond American Homes of New Mexico is building a second community in...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgRRPD Arrest Records: August 14-15

August 14: Zachary Prigge, 27, Rio Rancho, was arrested for violation of restraining order prohibiting domestic violence near Golf Course Rd.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By DANICA KIRKA, MIKE CORDER and SAMYA KULLAB - Associated Press

imgQueen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Dr. Michael Bergeron/Senior Medical Director, Primary Care

imgProstate cancer is a leading cause of death for New Mexico men

September designated as month to raise awareness   Prostate cancer is so prevalent in New Mexico that it has been categorized as a leading health concern and a top killer among men in our state, according to the latest New.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: David Stevens

imgPages past, Sept. 21: Gambling charges against Elks dropped

On this date … 1972: Prosecutors had decided they will not pursue felony charges against 10 people arrested Sept. 7 for illegal gambling at the Clovis Elks Lodge.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By The Associated Press

imgNew this week: 'Athena,' 'Sidney' and 'Quantum Leap' returns


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Algernon D'AmmassaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgNew Mexico announces utility and school meal assistance

The state Human Services Dept. announced allocations to participants in two federally-funded programs.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Muleshoe man dies, others injured in Sunday wreck

A Muleshoe man is dead, others injured in a Sunday wreck on Highway 70 east of Muleshoe in Lamb County. Sunday around 5:20 p.m. Apolinario Raymundo, 44, was driving a 2006 Honda Civic westbound with two passengers: Joslyn.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Theresa Davis | Albuquerque Journal staff writer

imgMeteorologists: This could be monsoon season’s ‘last gasp’

Clouds form over the Sandias as William Freer embarks on a four-mile hike on the Bear Canyon Trail...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: RYAN BOETEL / JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

imgMan charged in connection with Sunday stabbings

Albuquerque police take a man wearing a “Heisenberg” hat into custody Sunday. Police have not yet...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Observer staff writer

imgLeads sought in November 2020 homicide in Rio Rancho

Donald “Soza” Miller’s body was found on Rio Rancho’s west mesa on Nov. 5, nearly two years ago. Sandoval County Sheriff’s Det. Paul Linson said it was a “pretty violent crime scene,” and it is believed more.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

Jail log - Sept. 21

Booked The following were booked into local jails (Friday - Tuesday): Clovis * Brianna Aguilar, 25, criminal damage to property * Misty Daniel, 40, aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug *.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Gattis 7th graders get off to 1-2 start to football season

CLOVIS — The Gattis 7th grade football team fell to 1-2 on Sept. 13 when they were defeated at Levelland 46-0. The Cubs opened the season with a 6-0 victory over Marshall on August 29 when Abel Chavira ran 50 yards for a.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Algernon D'AmmassaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgForghedaboudit owner killed, husband and chef Bob Yacone charged with murder

Sheriff Kim Stewart unveiled charges against Forghedaboudit chef Bob Yacone in the death of spouse Kim Yacone.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

imgForghedaboudit chef Bob Yacone charged with murder

Chef Bob Yacone is accused of shooting his wife, Forghedaboudit owner Kim Yacone, at their home in Picacho Hills Sunday night.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Roswell Daily Record

by: By MARICARMEN RIVERA SANCHEZ and DÁNICA COTO - Associated Press

imgFiona slams Dominican Republic after pounding Puerto Rico


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

County road viewing set for Thursday

The official road viewing of a one mile stretch of CR 11 from CR R to CR S will be Thursday at 10 a.m. according to a news release from the Curry County administration.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Clovis to receive money for city-crossing trail

It’s a project that’s been proposed for a few years and it looks like it will finally happen: A trail running through Clovis from the city’s eastern edge to the western edge.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Steve Hansen

imgClovis High band earns interstate honors

The Clovis High School Marching Band added interstate honors to a steady stream of recognition over the past several years, taking top overall honors in its class last week.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

imgCOVID update for September 20


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Area cannabis sales total over $1 million for August

The Cannabis Control Division of the state’s Regulation and Licensing Department has released marijuana sales figures for August 2022.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgAnnual balloon safety demonstration by PNM: reminder of last year’s balloon accident

In preparation for the 2022 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, PNM is hosting a safety...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Garrison Wells

imgA dazzling gala for the Twenties: Nonprofits benefit from event in RR

With corporate stalwarts like Albertsons and Amrep, the Mayor’s Gala raised a lot of money...


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img$60 million in Permian Basin oil and gas assets bought by Texas company

Domestic oil was trading at about $85 a barrel as of Monday maintaining in the $80s and $90 range throughout August and early September.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Your guide to the 83rd Otero County Fair and Rodeo

The 83rd Otero County Fair begins Thursday, Sept. 22 with set-up and some contests beginning Monday, Sept. 19. The fair ends Sunday, Sept.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Preservationists seek to save historic Trost clubhouse in Las Cruces

Opponents are seeking to sway the public to fight for the clubhouse's preservation. Owners say they're open to any ideas and resources to save it.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Preparations underway for Mission of Mercy free dental clinic

The Mission of Mercy free dental clinic this weekend will involve the work of 200 dental health professionals and hundreds of other volunteers.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Police ask for public's help in Doña Ana County Silver Alert

Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for assistance in finding Donald Leroy Hoihjelle, 86, of Las Cruces.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Picacho Hills shooting: What we know

Speculation ran wild on social media as law enforcement withheld details of Sunday night's shooting. A public briefing is set for Tuesday afternoon.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img New Mexico announces utility and school meal assistance

The state Human Services Dept. announced allocations to participants in two federally-funded programs.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img New Mexico Supreme Court upholds habitual offender ruling

The court announced the split ruling Monday in the case of a woman who had prior felony convictions.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Municipal judge, mayor exchange words about crime during city council

Municipal Judge Joy Goldbaum on Monday pushed back at accusations from Mayor Ken Miyagishima that “she would never put a homeless person in jail.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Lower jobless rate finally allows NM to move up in national rankings

The Farmington Metropolitan Statistical Area continues to whittle away at its jobless rate and is closing the gap on the state's other three MSAs.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img LCPD: Man threw boulder at officers, then punched police dog

Juan Castaneda, 19, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault upon a peace officer, attempt to injure a police dog and auto burglary.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img High Rolls/Mountain Park celebrates 100 years

High Rolls Mountain Park Elementary School, 23 Karr Canyon Road in High Rolls/Mountain Park, celebrated its centennial on Saturday, Sept.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Here's what to know about 2022 Las Cruces-area corn mazes

Many area families enjoy getting lost in a corn maze. Here is the latest information on nearby mazes.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Forghedaboudit owner killed, husband and chef Bob Yacone charged with murder

Sheriff Kim Stewart unveiled charges against Forghedaboudit chef Bob Yacone in the death of spouse Kim Yacone.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

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Alamagordo Daily News

by: Morgan Lee

img Couy Griffin appeals ban from public office

Cowboys for Trump cofounder and former Otero County Commissioner Couy Griffin on Tuesday notified the high court of his intent to appeal.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Casa de Peregrinos announces 4th annual Hunger Strike

The advocacy and fundraising event Thursday aims to raise $60,000 this year.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img Aztec school officials declined comment on coach's battery charge

Aztec High School head football coach Hank Strauss is facing a misdemeanor battery charge after an alleged altercation with a student.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

img $60 million in Permian Basin oil and gas assets bought by Texas company

Domestic oil was trading at about $85 a barrel as of Monday maintaining in the $80s and $90 range throughout August and early September.


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022

imgLook out: The Demons are back, and they’re for real

James Barron Look out: The Demons are back, and they’re for real


Published: Tuesday September 20 2022 00:05AM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgUpdate: Taos Municipal Schools to go remote while state police investigates reported stabbing

Sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Monday September 19 2022 17:38PM

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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgMan tied to alleged threat that closed Taos schools arrested

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Published: Monday September 19 2022 15:42PM

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Silver City Daily Press

by: Jordan Archunde

imgNearly 1/4 ton of trash picked up on World Cleanup Day

(Photo Courtesy of Candice Baca)New Mexico Department of Transportation workers arrive a......


Published: Monday September 19 2022 13:00PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgGovernor awards Taos County Sheriff's Office $397K

Sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Monday September 19 2022 08:43AM

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: GEOFF GRAMMER/JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

imgWynton Bernard leads Isotopes player awards as MVP, Fan Favorite

The 2022 Isotopes Player Awards. (Graphic courtesy Albuquerque Isotopes) The Albuquerque Isotopes...


Published: Monday September 19 2022

imgOld Apple Barn in High Rolls serves up fun and fudge

The Old Apple Barn Emporium has gifts, mugs, homemade pies, fudge, ciders and novelty items.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgOil brings in more than $2 billion in royalties to State Land Office

Andy Brosig/News-Sun Energy production is big business in New Mexico. That was the word from Greg Bloom, assistant commissioner for mineral resources from the New Mexico State Land Office, speaking Wednesday before the state legislature’s Economic Development and Policy Interim Committee on the CTECH campus in Hobbs.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Michael McDevitt Stephen WagnerLas Cruces Sun-News

imgLas Cruces mayor declares Sept. 22 'Abe Romero Day'

The mayor remembered Organ Mountain football player Abe Romero Monday by declaring Sept. 22 in his honor. Romero wore the number 22.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgIntel donates $42,000 to RRPS and Storehouse West

As a gift to the public for Intel’s 42nd year in NM, the company donated money to a few...


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Gary Herron | Observer staff writer

imgHoward Lewis once wanted to be an engineer; he’s getting close

The annual open houses attract hundreds of “trainiacs” as well as curious visitors, wanting a...


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Garrison Wells

imgHip-hop artist Lil Wayne coming to Rio Rancho Events Center

Tickets: Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 10 a.m. through Thursday, Sept. 22 at 11:59 p.m.,...


Published: Monday September 19 2022

imgDysfunctional Senate Dems

Joe, by holding their caucus Saturday the Dems could open the floodgates on the corruption issue for Republicans. A divisive discussion will no doubt arise over the sexual harassment charges against ABQ Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto who is being called on to resign his committee chairmanships but who is fighting the charges vociferously.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Mike SmithCarlsbad Current-Argus

imgChaves County farming community honors teenager killed in crash

A candlelight vigil and car wash were held in the Dexter Sunday to honor a teenager killed Friday night in a car crash near Roswell.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgChance of heavy rain, try something new

Listen to the weather After a mostly dry weekend, rain is in store for this evening. Albuquerque...


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: Michaela Helean | Observer Staff Writer

imgAt 101, Odine’s birthday presents included Elvis, gin and a friendly visit from RRPD

Just keep breathing — Odine Dale, 101 years old   Friends, family, Elvis and gin on the...


Published: Monday September 19 2022

img San Juan County COVID-19 cases and deaths tracker

New Mexico reported 1,702 new cases of coronavirus in the week ending Sunday, from 1,750 the week before of the virus that causes COVID-19.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

img Las Cruces mayor declares Sept. 22 'Abe Romero Day'

The mayor remembered Organ Mountain football player Abe Romero Monday by declaring Sept. 22 in his honor. Romero wore the number 22.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

img Farmington vows to get ownership of San Juan Generating Station

The City of Farmington says it plans to exercise its rights under a 2017 agreement and take ownership of the San Juan Generating Station.


Published: Monday September 19 2022

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgMurder in the International War Zone District

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/18/2022 @ 12:00PM SE ABQ - An early morning homicide happened this morning at 431 Dallas St SE after a shotspotter detection alert went off.


Published: Sunday September 18 2022 18:38PM

Updated: Tuesday September 20 2022 02:33AM

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The Taos News

by: Daniel J. Chacón dchacon@sfnewmexican.com

imgPicuris Pueblo man prepares to sue after federal Indian Affairs agents destroyed cannabis

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Published: Sunday September 18 2022 12:33PM

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Justin GarciaLas Cruces Sun-News

imgSides preparing for trial in NMSP officer's wrongful death lawsuit

A trail to determine if state police were culpable for Darian Jarrott's death appears closer than ever.


Published: Sunday September 18 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: The Observer

imgNM among states with the lowest voter turnout last midterm cycle

Drew Angerer // Getty Images New Mexico voter snapshot Citizens of voting age: 1.49M —...


Published: Sunday September 18 2022

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Rio Rancho Observer

by: The Observer

imgMayor Hull convenes Governing Body for annual goals and priorities discussion meeting

RIO RANCHO – Mayor Gregg Hull has scheduled a special work session meeting of the Governing Body...


Published: Sunday September 18 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgLame duck Speaker Egolf demands NM vote Dem in doom and gloom op-ed


Published: Sunday September 18 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Third charged in abuse case

TEXICO -- The case in which Jamye Kushman, 37, and Jamie Sena, 29, each face 23 counts of child abuse has now expanded to include a third suspect, Lora Melancon, 41.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Shooting suspect returning to Clovis

One of the suspects in the Aug. 14 shooting death of Jesse Villanes-Lerma at an apartment on Sycamore Street in Clovis is expected back in Clovis this weekend.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Officials hear details of fuel rod shipments

Curry County Commissioners got details of regular shipments of spent radioactive fuel rods that will be making their way through Curry County starting in mid to late 2026.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgMissing woman found; husband charged with her murder


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Carlsbad Current Argus

by: Morgan Lee

imgLeaked report roils harassment probe of New Mexico senator

Democratic Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto announced that an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against him had been "indefinitely suspended.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

District attorney asks court for ballot relief

Ninth Judicial District Attorney Brian Stover on Thursday filed a lawsuit in district court asking his name appear on the November ballot, though he admits he failed to meet the filing deadline.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Deputy alleged to have shoplifted $126 in merchandise

CLOVIS – A Curry County Sheriff’s deputy on Wednesday was formally charged with shoplifting following a Sept. 9 incident at Clovis’ Walmart.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Air Force releases PFAS action update

The Air Force Civil Engineer Center released a recorded update of the Department of the Air Force’s on-going actions to address per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) identified at Cannon Air Force Base.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

img San Juan College Harvest Food Hub receives $200k grant from state

San Juan College students will be eligible to receive vouchers they can redeem for prepared food boxes from the Harvest Food Hub & Kitchen.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

img Leaked report roils harassment probe of New Mexico senator

Democratic Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto announced that an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against him had been "indefinitely suspended.


Published: Saturday September 17 2022

imgThere's no silver bullet in crime, but this may be silver lining

Phill Casaus There's no silver bullet in crime, but this may be silver lining


Published: Saturday September 17 2022 15:30PM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgTaos County teen missing from San Cristobal

Sunny. High 76F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph..


Published: Friday September 16 2022 10:02AM

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The Taos News

by: Staff report

imgNew Mexico State Police stop man for failing to use turn signal, charge him with 8th DWI

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Published: Friday September 16 2022 09:35AM

img Scientific paper raises awareness about wildfire misinformation

As wildfires spread at sometimes an alarming rate through the western United States, so does the misinformation about fire science and wildfires.


Published: Friday September 16 2022 00:05AM

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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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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgViolent Antifa ‘terrorist’ mob storms Tomi Lahren’s UNM event

On Thursday, a radical Antifa mob shut down a scheduled speech from conservative Tomi Lahren in front of the University of New Mexico’s Turning Point USA chapter on campus.


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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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgDem senator reports fellow Dem to FBI over alleged extortion attempt

State senator Daniel Ivey-Soto (D-Bernalillo) has reported a fellow Democrat, Senate Pro Tem Mimi Stewart (D-Bernalillo) to the Federal Bureau of Investigation over an alleged extortion attempt, according to the Santa Fe New Mexican.


Published: Friday September 16 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgDem attempt to boot GOP AG nominee from ballot fails


Published: Friday September 16 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgBHS employee charged with sending nude pictures to student

The arrest warrant contains charges of sexual exploitation of children, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and tampering with evidence against Perea.


Published: Friday September 16 2022

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgVIDEO: Heroic ABQ Good Samaritan Saves APD Officers Life

By: ABQ RAW staff Posted: 09/15/2022 @2:30PM APD officer Mario Verbeck is helped by Good Samaritan, Johnny Garcia on 8/19/2022 after a police shooting that left Verbeck and three officers seriously wounded.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 20:53PM

Updated: Thursday September 15 2022 23:03PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgLatest Murder Ties Last Year's ABQ Metro Record

By: ABQ RAW staff Posted: 09/15/2022 @ 1:30PM An APD homicide detective looks over the scene of the 126th murder of the year where a man was shot and killed in his car.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 19:33PM

Updated: Thursday September 15 2022 21:04PM

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The Taos News

by: Will Hooper

imgVote to remove Taos Regional Airport Advisory Board member to be sent to NM Attorney General

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Published: Thursday September 15 2022 18:57PM

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The Paper

by: Associated Press

imgDOJ Says ABQ Can Now Self-Monitor Compliance With Police Reforms


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 17:16PM

Updated: Thursday September 15 2022 17:50PM

img Ronchetti calls for constitutional amendment on abortion

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Ronchetti wants a constitutional amendment to determine the legality of abortion.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 15:27PM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

imgThree separate Homicide scenes overnight!!!

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/15/2022 @ 7:07AM ABQ - We have learned that overnight there were three homicides at three different locations throughout the city.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 13:10PM

Updated: Thursday September 15 2022 15:05PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Ryan Lowery

imgProsecutors offer deal contingent on locating remains of Cindy Rivera


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 09:53AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Las Vegas Optic reports

imgNew movie about Billy The Kid to premiere in Las Vegas


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 09:30AM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Emily Withnall, NMHU

imgJustin Montoya earns NMHU Young Alumnus Award


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 08:30AM

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The Taos News

by: John Miller

imgBike frame maker who lost foot may face fraud charges

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Published: Thursday September 15 2022 08:13AM

img Abortion fund calls for Lovelace to end relationship with a crisis pregnancy center org

Indigenous Women Rising, an abortion fund in New Mexico, wrote an open letter to Lovelace Health Systems in Albuquerque calling on it to publicly end any relationship it has with an organization that runs crisis pregnancy centers.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 00:05AM

img Revised recovery plan released for Gila trout

The U.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022 00:01AM

imgThen There Were Three; Another Guv Poll Confirms MLG Lead; Analyzing The Trio Of Surveys And What They Tell Us, Plus

Joe Monahan / Thursday, September 15, 2022


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by El Defensor Chieftain

imgSocorro County Fair results

Socorro County Fair Livestock Results Grand Champion Goat: RJ Apachito Grand Champion Swine: Grady...


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgOil, gas double Lea’s value but tax rates stable

Curtis Wynn/News-Sun LOVINGTON — While the value of taxable property in Lea County more than doubled last year, the tax rates have stayed much the same and the oilfield will pick up the tab — most of it.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgNew members appointed to SODA Council

“I think they are going to bring new perspectives and great ideas,” Ogas said about the new council members. “They all love the school so I think they are going to bring additional passion.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Valencia County News-Bulletin

imgNew BatteriesPlus opens in Los Lunas

BatteriesPlus is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday-Friday; from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays; and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Valencia County News-Bulletin

imgLocal entities create annual wish lists

Local government agencies have laid out their requests for funding for various capital projects in their Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plans for 2024-28.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Valencia County News

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

imgJubilee Los Lunas receives another national top award

At Jubilee Los Lunas, residents enjoy an active, adult lifestyle with so many indoor and outdoor amenities located only 20 minutes from downtown Albuquerque.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by El Defensor Chieftain

imgEl Defensor Chieftain

There will be a scheduled power outage for the city of Socorro and Magdalena members of the Socorro Electric Co-op on Friday, Sept.


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgDocs. appear to confirm MLG violated another of her lockdown orders


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgCrane festival returns in-person; registration opens today

This fall and winter, the wetlands of Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge will teem with...


Published: Thursday September 15 2022

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgCosts, supply chain issues slow work on gym & housing

Supply chain issues are slowing down progress on Finley Gym and rising construction costs are...


Published: Thursday September 15 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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The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

imgDouble D Ranch changes hands

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Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 17:42PM

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The Paper

by: The Paper staff

imgOver $4 Million Approved for Sobering Center at Gibson Health Hub


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 15:59PM

imgFriday Fire Leaves Building in Ruins

A fire burned down the abandoned property of 311 N. Railroad Ave. on Sept. 9.


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 12:49PM

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Rio Grande Sun

by: Nicholas Gilmore

imgEspañola Settles Trespassing Lawsuit with Santa Clara Pueblo for $1.4 Million

After more than six years in litigation, the City of Española is poised to pay $1,400,000 to Santa Clara Pueblo to settle a lawsuit regarding alleged trespass on pueblo property via water lines, sewer lines and roadways.


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 12:32PM

img Poll: Lujan Grisham widens lead over Ronchetti

A new poll conducted by SurveyUSA for KOB-TV found that incumbent Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has a double-digit lead over her Republican opponent, Mark Ronchetti in her reelection campaign.


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 11:13AM

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ABQ Raw

by: ABQ RAW

img911 Calls Released from Deadly Road Rage Incident

By: ABQRAW staff Posted: 9/13/2022 @ 6:30PM South Valley ABQ - Around 7:30AM on August 29th, 2022, Deputies from the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office were dispatched to the 1600 block Val Verde Rd SW in SW Albuquerque reference a shooting.


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 00:35AM

img Native American groups challenge changes to the PRC, say ballot wording caused confusion

A petition filed this week in the New Mexico Supreme Court challenges a constitutional amendment that made sweeping changes to the state Public Regulation Commission.


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022 00:05AM

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Piñon Post

by: Piñon Post

imgMayor doubles down on pro-abortion rhetoric, attacks Otero Countyby Piñon Post September 14, 202

On Tuesday, the Alamogordo City Commission met to discuss the failure of the pro-abortion petition aiming at dismantling the city’s Sanctuary City for the Unborn resolution passed last month via a special election.


Published: Wednesday September 14 2022

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The Paper

by: Tierna Unruh-Enos, Publisher

imgHabibi Means ‘My Love’

Posted inAlbuquerque Habibi Means ‘My Love’ by Tierna Unruh-Enos, Publisher September 13, 2022September 13, 2022


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022 18:11PM

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Las Vegas Optic

by: Emily Withnall

imgNMHU celebrates Homecoming and perseverance following wildfires


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022 12:26PM

imgCharges filed after man is run over by vehicle


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022 11:47AM

imgPlaying Field Nearly Even When It Comes To Money Race For Final Weeks Of Guv '22 Campaign, Plus

MLG regained her fundraising clout after springing a leak earlier in the season but Mark Ronchetti held his own and the campaigns are essentially even when it comes to finance in the final days.


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022

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Piñon Post

by: John Block

imgMLG flies off to DC again, then heads to New York

On Monday, it was reported that far-left Democrat Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was heading out to Washington, D.C. again, this time for a Tuesday White House event with Joe Biden to praise his far-left “climate change” law erroneously dubbed the “Inflation Reduction Act.


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022

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Hobbs Sun

by: Hobbs News-Sun

imgHGTV hosts are next Jack Maddox Distinguished Lecture speakers

The JF Maddox Foundation and University of the Southwest will welcome Ben Napier and Erin Napier, hosts of Home Town on HGTV, as the next speakers in the Jack Maddox Distinguished Lecture Series.


Published: Tuesday September 13 2022