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Some liquor sellers leery of booze tax to fund license overhaulAs J.R. Palermo sees it, the year has been bad enough for restaurants, bars and patrons.

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New Mexico Senate passes bill to reduce cap on small-loan interest ratesLegislation aimed to rein in what critics call predatory lending passed the state Senate after a tense two-hour debate Monday that sparked accusations of untruths and assertions the bills sponsors are oblivious to the tough realities confronted by people who live paycheck to paycheck.

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Workers and organizers rally for paid sick leave billOrganizers held a virtual rally Tuesday evening in support of a bill that would enable workers statewide to earn paid sick leave to care for themselves or a loved one.

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Put some education funding in NM parents' handsAs New Mexico and the nation as a whole work to recover stronger from the coronavirus pandemic, we have to evaluate events of the last year and apply lessons going forward.

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New Mexico state employee accuses Governor's Office staffer of ethics breachA former Public Employees Retirement Association trustee has filed an ethics complaint against Gov. Michelle Lujan Grishams chief operating officer, claiming Teresa Casados pressured her into voting for a pension reform bill she opposed. Claudia Armijo, an attorney, claims Casados last year prodded her to take part in voting to endorse a...

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Recap of New Mexico COVID-19 newsThis morning recap of COVID-19 news from New Mexico is available in a free email every weekday.

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NM "Local Choice Energy Act" Seen as 21st-Century ModelNM "Local Choice Energy Act" Seen as 21st-Century Model SANTA FE, N.M. - Supporters of a bill in the New Mexico Legislature say it would transform power and control of the state's electric supply, creating a 21st-century renewable-energy policy for the state.

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OPINION: Golden Globes fail to avoid controversy  againIn a year unlike any other for film and television, filmmakers, actors and crew members nevertheless persisted to get their work out in time to contend for the 2021 Golden Globes.

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Four students vying for ASUNM presidentOn March 8, undergraduate students can log onto their myUNM account to vote for one of four candidates running to lead the University of New Mexicos undergraduate student government.

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Cover Reveal: House of Sorrow #legendsofmadeiraHey, everyone! Its been a long time coming but its time to reveal the cover for my upcoming release, House of Sorrow.

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Heinrich to push for Puerto Rico statehoodNew Mexico's quest for statehood was slowed for years, in part, because of concerns about different languages and cultures here.

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New Mexico reports 247 cases, 11 deathsThe state also reported 11 COVID-related deaths, bringing the statewide toll to&.

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Some liquor sellers object to proposed alcohol tax to fund New Mexico license overhaulThe excise tax would be used to help compensate license holders, who might see their assets devalued under the sweeping reform bill.

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Albuquerque business upset with city after being forced to remove boards from closed nightclubBoards covering Cake Nightclub in downtown Albuquerque are being removed.

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New Mexico may deploy single-dose COVID-19 vaccine by WednesdayAdditionally, the Santa Fe High vaccination site will move to Desert Sage Academy to improve accessibility.

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Getting first shot gives me side effect of hopeALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  It was one of those glorious New Mexico mornings when the blue of the sky and the bright of the sun augured the end of a long winter and the&.

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Bill seeks to give violent youth offenders opportunity for parole after 15 yearsLawmakers will soon hear a bill that would reduce life sentences for violent youthful offenders who were sentenced as adults.

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New Mexico will not follow Texas; Mask mandate to remain in placeNew Mexico will not be following Texas' lead. State officials said the mask mandate will continue, and reopenings will be based on the Red to Green Framework for reopening.

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Rice leads the way in New Mexico St. win over UTRGVJavon Levi's 3-pointer at 7:48 before halftime put the Vaqueros up 15-12. After C.J. Roberts' layup for the Aggies, Rice made a 3, threw down and dunk and Johnny McCants added a three-point play and made 1 of 2 foul shots and New Mexico outscored UTRGV 19-4 for a 31-19 halftime advantage.

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Oil industry leader: 2021 investment will be driven by policiesNew Mexico's oil and gas industry will remain a strong contributor to the state economy in 2021 unless federal and state policy deter investment here, according to the head of a state industry group.

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Man allegedly leads RPD on chase in stolen vehicleAn Albuquerque man has been charged with three criminal counts after reportedly leading Roswell police on a high-speed pursuit while driving a stolen vehicle.

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Finance Committee to hear municipal court budgetThe Roswell Municipal Court will present its fiscal year 2022 budget including a 5% overall reduction and a proposal to differentiate accounts not directly related to court function, the municipal judge says in the budget request.

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Nearly one-quarter of county registered for vaccineAbout 24% of Chaves County residents have registered with the New Mexico Health Department to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to new data on the department's online vaccine dashboard.

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Roswell police catch man who briefly escaped custodyA man wanted on several outstanding warrants and allegedly found to be in possession of methamphetamine was captured early Tuesday after briefly escaping from police custody.

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Enjoying a stroll through Cahoon Park TuesdayTommy Fernandez spreads his arms in the wind Tuesday afternoon as his mom, Tina, pushes the stroller and walks dogs Ruby and Goose, left, and Elvis through Cahoon Park.

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Local students meet with Air Force unitsMaj. Chris Akui, Maj. Alan Wong and other members of the 509th Weapons Squadron and the U.S. Air Force Weapons School are at the Roswell Air Center again this year for training involving the KC-135 aircraft.

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Altrusa International donates to Community KitchenThe Community Service Committee of Altrusa International of Roswell, NM, Inc. recently donated $250 to the Community Kitchen.

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Marriage Licenses for February 2021Feb. 1 Luis A. Garcia and Anna P. Gonzalez Feb. 3 Taylor Ann DeGroot and Miles Glenn McCullar Hunter R. Pearcey and Diana Ocon Feb.

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Daniel Munoz SrDANIEL MUÑOZ SR, 69, passed away on Saturday, February 27, 2021, in Roswell, New Mexico.

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Mark Wendell SterrettOn the morning of Monday, February 22, 2021, Mark Wendell Sterrett gained his heavenly reward at the age of 70.

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Crystal SmithJuly 23, 1985 — February 21, 2021 Funeral Services for Crystal Smith, 35, of Carlsbad, NM, will be held at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home Chapel on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at 10:00 AM.

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Times set for Lobo women's showdown with Colorado StateAs home openers go, Thursday's University of New Mexico women's basketball game will be one for the history books.

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New Mexico state employee accuses Governor's Office staffer of ethics breachA former Public Employees Retirement Association trustee has filed an ethics complaint against Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s chief operating officer, claiming Teresa Casados pressured her into voting for a pension reform bill she opposed.

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Texas' recklessness is bad for New MexicoNews that Texas plans to open up  all businesses, 100 percent, and no more pesky mask mandate  is a slap in the face to the rest of the.

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New Mexico Educational Retirement Board appoints interim directorScroggins said this was not what he expected when he took over as deputy director — a job he held until retiring from the Educational Retirement Board in 2019.

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Gonzales gives history lesson as Lobo football returnsUniversity of New Mexico offensive lineman Jer'Marques Bailey, all 6 feet, 6 inches and 350 pounds of him, settled in to catch a punt on Tuesday morning at the Lobos' football practice field.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Update: 247 New Cases, Totaling 185,542, Including 11 Additional DeathsDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NEWS New Mexico state health officials on Tuesday announced 247 additional COVID-19 cases.

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State Expands Access To Child Care Assistance For New Mexico FamiliesECECD NEWS The Early Childhood Education and Care Department , the state agency responsible for administering the child care assistance program for New Mexican families, published updated regulations governing child care assistance yesterday.

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NM lawmakers weigh medical malpractice overhaulSANTA FE — As the session enters its final weeks, New Mexico legislators are evaluating two starkly different proposals aimed at ensuring doctors can afford insurance for medical malpractice claims — while also protecting the rights of patients and families harmed by medical errors.

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Return to the Pit: UNM women's basketball comes homeFor the first time this season, the UNM womens basketball team will take the floor at the Pit for two home games as they welcome Colorado State on March 4-5 for the final two-game series of the season.

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Gov. lauds New Mexico COVID-19 response in 'Washington Post' interviewThe statewide positivity rate has plummeted in recent weeks as new daily case counts have dropped significantly from just a few months ago.

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Los Lunas schools to offer in-person learningHigh school hybrid reorientation week begins Monday, March 8. Instruction will begin March 22.

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New director takes the helm at Southern New Mexico facilityBefore taking on the acting CEO role, McLaughlin was the spaceport's business development director.

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UNM alum helps connect the New Mexico aerospace industryCasey DeRaad sits at her desk. Behind her are pictures of her family and a company plaque that reads "NewSpace New Mexico," and in front of her is her laptop with Zoom loaded up.

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UNM women's soccer coach scores big with national roleHeather Dyche has lived and breathed soccer for as long as she can remember, and after years of dedication to the field she was elected to the Board of Directors for the United Soccer Coaches, creating another avenue for her to share her passion with others.

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Unusual alliance seeks policing reforms in New MexicoSANTA FE, N.M. – Policing reforms are making for strange bedfellows in New Mexico as the co-founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and the conservative-backed nonprofit group Americans for Prosperity lobby for a bill to eliminate police immunity from lawsuits on civil rights violations.

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Period: A podcast about the science of menstruation and 'all the bloody bits'When the Period podcast went live in 2016, it took a social-scientific approach to menstruation, a.k.a.

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Jennifer King: Breaking barriers in the NFLThe Washington Football Team made history on Jan. 26 when they announced that Jennifer King was promoted to assistant running backs coach, making her the first Black woman to hold a full-time coaching position in the NFL.

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New Feminist Research Institute director continues work on gender, sexualityFrancisco J. Galarte, the new director of the Feminist Research Institute at the University of New Mexico, plans to continue focusing on topics that relate to gender and sexuality as the center celebrates 25 years in action.

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New Mexico to offer more grants for businessesGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed House Bill 11 into law, making $200 million available to New Mexico businesses.

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New Mexico lawmakers consider bill that allows college athletes to earn endorsement dealsA bill that would allow college athletes to take endorsement deals is moving forward at the Roundhouse.

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Thousands of New Mexico teachers vaccinatedThousands of New Mexico teachers have been vaccinated in New Mexico, and more are expected to receive the vaccine this month.

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Man wanted for 2018 murder was arrested, releasedAlbuquerque police want to find the man who killed a woman outside a gas station.

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Governor says NM face mask mandate staying putTexas may be scrapping its face mask mandate, but New Mexico's is staying in place for the foreseeable future.

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UFO over New Mexico skies getting international attentionIt was supposed to be a normal flight to Phoenix, but then over the skies of New Mexico - an American Airlines encountered an unidentified flying object.

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Which COVID vaccine should you get? A New Mexico doctor weighs inThe Johnson and Johnson vaccines are now in the Land of Enchantment.

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Opinion: Streaming oral arguments good for New MexicoAs I drive to work, past the barricades and the fencing surrounding the New Mexico Roundhouse, I think how it informs public perception about our democratic process and understanding of the "rule of law." Equally important is how the "rule of law" is required to maintain a civil and democratic society.

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Unusual alliance seeks policing reforms in New MexicoSANTA FE, N.M. – Policing reforms are making for strange bedfellows in New Mexico as the co-founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and the conservative-backed nonprofit group Americans for Prosperity lobby for a bill to eliminate police immunity from lawsuits on civil rights violations.

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N.M. reports 247 COVID cases, 11 deathsALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  New Mexico reported 247 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including an even 100 new cases in Bernalillo County.

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New Mexico reports 11 new deaths, 247 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 11 additional COVID-19-related deaths in Tuesday's report.

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New Mexico's Spaceport America names new executive directorSpaceport America has named New Mexico native Scott A. McLaughlin as its new executive director.

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Unusual alliance seeks policing reforms in New MexicoSANTA FE, N.M. – Policing reforms are making for strange bedfellows in New Mexico as the co-founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and the conservative-backed nonprofit group Americans for Prosperity lobby for a bill to eliminate police immunity from lawsuits on civil rights violations.

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New Mexico Reports 247 New COVID-19 Cases and 11 DeathsNew Mexico Reports 247 New COVID-19 Cases and 11 Deaths.

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State health officials reports 4 new COVID-19 cases in Eastern New MexicoThe number of deaths of New Mexico residents related to COVID-19 is now 3,740.

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Inside Lizzy 3Weve been the happy owners of Lizzy 3 for a little over a month now, and were still so excited!

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Amarillo Va To Host Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic In Downtown ClovisThe Amarillo VA Health Care System will host a Moderna COVID-19 vaccination clinic Wednesday, March 3rd at the VFW Post located at 2815 S.

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Senate approves bill lowering NM loan interest rate capA renewed attempt to lower New Mexico's small-loan interest rate cap  to 36% from 175%  is headed to the state House after being approved by the&.

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Covid-19 Case CountsAs of Monday March 1st, the State of New Mexico has reported 3 additional positive COVID-19 cases for Curry County, raising the County’s total amount from 4,920 on Monday to 4,923.

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New Mexico reports 247 cases, 11 deathsNew Mexico reported 247 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, including 100 new cases in Bernalillo County.

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New Mexico alleges in court filing Los Alamos National Lab failed to clean up nuclear wasteNMED also sought a civil penalty of $333,000 and called for court-supervised negotiations to set proper targets and a schedule to address contamination.

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New Mexico debates longer school year mandate, virus make-upThe New Mexico State Senate has advanced a bill that would require public schools to extend the school year next year in an effort to help students catch up from the loss of learning during the pandemic.

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New Mexico State football concludes spring season SundayNew Mexico State concludes the spring football season on Sunday against Dixie State at the Sun Bowl in El Paso.

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Texas drops COVID-19 mask mandateAUSTIN, Texas — Texas is lifting its mask mandate, Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, making it the largest state to end an order intended to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that has killed more than 42,000 Texans.

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Texas becomes biggest US state to lift COVID-19 mask mandateThe Republican governor has faced sharp criticism from his party over the mandate, which was imposed eight months ago, as well as other COVID-19 restrictions on businesses that Texas will also scuttle starting next week.

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Rail Runner back in service on March 8ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  After a nearly one-year hiatus, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express will resume service on March 8, on a limited basis that does not include weekend service at this time,&.

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Police reform bills sweep the virtual statehouse, but outcome uncertainA year of tumult over race and policing is coming to a head in New Mexico's busy legislative session.

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New Mexico St. 69, Rio Grande 513-Point Goals: 5-21.238.

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Ben and Jerry lobby for policing reforms in New MexicoSANTA FE – Policing reforms are making for strange bedfellows in New Mexico as the co-founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and the conservative-backed nonprofit group Americans for Prosperity lobby for a bill to eliminate police immunity from lawsuits on civil rights violations.

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Unusual alliance seeks policing reforms in New MexicoSANTA FE, N.M. — Policing reforms are making for strange bedfellows in New Mexico as the co-founders of Ben and Jerry's ice cream and the conservative-backed nonprofit group Americans for Prosperity lobby for a bill to eliminate police immunity from lawsuits on civil rights violations.

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Leeds West buys New Mexico Big O store propertyALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Leeds West Groups has acquired the property for an Albuquerque Big O Tires retail store that LWG has operated since September 2019.

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ClaytoonzCartoonist Clay Jones refuses to align himself with political parties and believes it is his daily goal to lampoon authority and make it look as ridiculous as possible.

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279 COVID-19 Lockdowns Get New Level, Legislative Session, Space, Sports and MoreThe Gov. shifts the goalposts on COVID-19 again. Most of this is good news as NM reopens further including Hinkle, Cliffs, and can open right now.

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On the road: ABQ team competes in 'Great Food Truck Race'Querencia Mia is bringing a piece of New Mexico to Alaska. The team — made up of Albuquerque residents Marie Yniguez, Queneesha Meyers and Michael Neu — is participating in 'The Great Food Truck Race'&.

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McLaughlin named Spaceport America executive directorALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  The Spaceport Authority named Scott A. McLaughlin as the new executive director of Spaceport America in southern New Mexico...

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Nguyen Nabs WAC Singles Athlete of the Week HonorComplete WAC Release DENVER - A weekend of perfection in singles play has led to some well-deserved recognition for an NM State women's tennis student-athlete.

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Rail Runner system to resume service after pandemic shutdownRail Runner officials said the system will initially provide limited service and resume operations with fewer trains and weekday service only.

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Episode 106, Inside New Mexico with Steve PearceIn this week's episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about how the pandemic would have been handled in a Pearce Administration, the pork and wasteful spending in the $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill, the dangers of continued borrowing in Washington, the value of financial literacy classes, the importance of trade jobs, the need to exempt...

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Southern New Mexico man pleads guilty to killing teen in 2019 hit-and-runA man pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to striking a teenage boy with his speeding car and killing him in Berino in 2019.

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New Mexico detention officer sues over coronavirus vaccine mandateA New Mexico officer is suing officials who issued a COVID-19 vaccine requirement that he claims violates federal law.

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New Mexico House passes bill to limit school suspensionsLegislation to limit the use of expulsion and out-of-school suspensions in disciplining schoolchildren passed the House on a 54-12 vote Monday, March 1, and now moves to the Senate.

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New Mexico reports 247 new COVID-19 cases, 11 more deathsState data shows nearly a third of the 672,277 New Mexico residents who have registered to receive the coronavirus vaccine are fully inoculated, and more than 169,000 others have received their first dose.

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New Mexico Senate passes bill to ease criminal finesLegislation that would make it easier for low-income defendants to pay court fees and fines passed the New Mexico Senate on a 25-15 vote Monday, March 1, over the objections of Republicans who argued that it would make it easier on criminals.

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Navajo Nation reports 12 COVID-19 cases, no additional deathsThe Navajo Department of Health reported 12 new COVID-19 cases and no additional deaths Monday.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 3/2/21Yesterday, Socorro was cool, sunny and still. This morning, Socorro has been sunny and cold.

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Live Racing In New Mexico Scheduled To Resume On April 23 At SunRay ParkOn Feb. 25, 2021, it was announced that restrictions regarding gaming in the state of New Mexico would be loosened.

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First case against mandatory vaccination filed in New Mexico: reportA detention center officer in New Mexico filed a lawsuit over a workplace requirement to receive the coronavirus vaccine, the first lawsuit against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination in the U.S.

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New Mexico governor touts progress on virus, draws criticismALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday touted her administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, saying expansive lockdowns were necessary to keep COVID-19 at bay and that the state stepped up to provide direct economic relief for businesses and unemployed workers to ease the pain of what has been a...

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Review: Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa CatherDeath Comes for the Archbishop - ★★★★ This novel, which spans from 1848 to 1888, focuses on Jean Marie Latour, a young Frenchman recently appointed as a Vicar Apostolic in the state of New Mexico, a part of land which has only recently been annexed to the US.

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New Mexico may discipline, fine workers who release recordsNew Mexico's Senate has approved a bill that would allow state employees to be fired or fined up to $5,000 for identifying people who receive public benefits or releasing information about an individual's immigration status, national origin, religion or sexual orientation.

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New Mexico State vs. UT Rio Grande Valley odds: 2021 college basketball picks, predictions from proven modelThe SportsLine Projection Model has simulated New Mexico State vs. UT Rio Grande Valley 10,000 times.

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'Always willing to dig in and do the work:' Trujillo leaves legacy across New Mexico State UniversityThroughout her nearly 20-year career at the university, Trujillo taught classes, wrote grants, performed research and started major NMSU programs.

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Want More New Mexico Providers? Offer A Better Health SystemBY JOHN MEZOFF, MD KATHY MEZOFF, MD DAVENA NORRIS, PharmD, PhC, BCPS DORIS PAGE, MD.

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Funeral servicesServices Click Here to View Obituaries Attendance at funerals is significantly limited because of social distancing parameters related to the coronavirus.

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Weather Data: 2/22/21-2/28/21Time for my 47th week of weather station data! Â The 26th, there was a large lapse in data.

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Key tourist state in Mexico easing some COVID-19 restrictionsPublic parks and beaches will be able to operate at 60% capacity, having been previously limited to 30%.

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Compromise redistricting bill advances unanimously from Senate committeeLawmakers on the Senate Rules Committee came to a quick compromise Monday on a measure they hope will set the states sometimes controversial redistricting process on a smooth path via an independent, bipartisan panel of people to redraw voting district boundaries.

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Democrats say Otero County official threatened House speakerDemocrats in the House of Representatives voiced outrage over an email from an Otero County official they claim contains a threat against Speaker Brian Egolf.

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New Mexico attorney general accuses Gilead of blocking competition to its HIV medicinesThe New Mexico attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Gilead Sciences and two other major drug makers for allegedly conspiring to block competition to several different HIV medicines, which ultimately caused the state to spend millions of dollars for "excessively overpriced" treatments.

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First case against mandatory vaccination filed in New Mexico: reportA detention center officer in New Mexico filed a lawsuit over a workplace requirement to receive the coronavirus vaccine, the first lawsuit against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination in the U.S.The detention center officer, Isaac Legaretta, sued a county manager and his supervisor on Sunday, Bloomberg Law reported.

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Tempers flare in New Mexico Senate after lawmaker stalls billTensions boiled over on the normally cordial Senate floor Monday after an Albuquerque Democrat used a legislative maneuver to stall a bill he opposes.

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New Mexico State vs. UT Rio Grande Valley odds: 2021 college basketball picks, predictions from proven modelThe SportsLine Projection Model has simulated New Mexico State vs. UT Rio Grande Valley 10,000 times.

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New Mexico Senate passes bill advocating discipline or fines for workers who release recordsThe bill advanced on a 34-6 vote of the Senate over the objections of government transparency advocates and the state attorney general’s office that oversees education and enforcement of the state Inspection of Public Records Act.

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Concerned resident speaks out about illegal street racingA concerned resident is speaking out about a dangerous pastime in Albuquerquestreet racing.

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Suspect in homicide to be held pending trialA suspect in a deadly shooting will be held without bond following a Feb. 25 pretrial detention hearing and concurrent preliminary hearing.

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Anderson bill to double tax exemptions tabledA proposal to increase existing state tax exemptions for low income New Mexicans who are blind and retirees on fixed incomes has been rejected by the House Taxation and Revenue Committee.

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No new virus cases, 1 death recorded locally MondayNo new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Chaves County in Monday's daily update from the New Mexico Department of Health.

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This week's schedule for local high school volleyballInformation courtesy of MaxPreps and NMMI. Schedule is subject to change. Tuesday New Mexico Military Institute at Hondo Valley, 5 p.m.

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Business people, March 2, 2021Presbyterian Medical Group has three new doctors in Santa Fe. Obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Linda Neidhart has a special interest in noninvasive laparoscopic surgery.

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New Mexico Bank and Trust acquires FNB New MexicoAlbuquerque-based New Mexico Bank and Trust, which has two branches in Santa Fe, has acquired FNB New Mexico and its six branches plus an AimBank branch in Texas.

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Joe Bob ClementsJoe Bob Clements, age 86 of Roswell, NM passed away at his home, Sunday, February 28, 2021.

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New Mexico may discipline, fine workers who release recordsState employees could be fired or fined up to $5,000 for identifying people who receive public benefits or for releasing information about an individual's immigration status, national origin, religion or sexual&.

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Shirlene ArnoldOn February 23, 2021, Shirlene Arnold was called to Heaven at 68 years of age.

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Ashley Nicole QuintanaAshley Nicole Quintana, 31, passed away unexpected on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at UMH in Lubbock, TX with her mother by her side.

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Tempers flare in New Mexico Senate after lawmaker stalls billSen. Jacob Candelaria said his move prompted the typically mild-mannered majority leader Peter Wirth to drop an F-bomb.

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Bill would give low-wage workers bigger tax breaksTwo New Mexico tax credits for low-income workers would be expanded under a sweeping tax bill unveiled Monday that would also create a new, higher tax bracket for top-earning state residents.

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Lobos win — and they're coming home to playThe University of New Mexico women's basketball team took a page from the strength-in-numbers playbook Monday.

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New Mexico is right to hold Energy's feet to the fireNew Mexico is getting tougher with Los Alamos National Laboratory when it comes to waste cleanup.

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Gonzales, Lobos on same page for spring footballWhen Danny Gonzales was introduced as head coach of the University of New Mexico football team he talked about how the Lobos would be known for their toughness with him in charge.

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Boy on bike killed in crash near T or CALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  An 11-year-old boy on a bicycle was killed after being hit by a vehicle on New Mexico State Road 187 south of Truth or Consequences last week, New Mexico State&.

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This is How Many People Are Refusing the COVID-19 Vaccine in New MexicoAs the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, several variants of the virus have emerged.

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Democrats say Otero County official threatened House speakerRep. Daymon Ely said a statement about the House speaker in an email  "If I had a list, he would be on it."  was a threat of violence.

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New Mexico Rail Runner gets back on track MondayThe ghost runs also allowed crews to install and test a federally required $60 million safety backup system intended to help avoid accidents, such as striking a car on the.

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New Mexico Senate takes up redistricting reform billsLawmakers on the Senate Rules Committee came to a quick compromise Monday on a measure they hope will set the state’s sometimes controversial redistricting process on a smooth path via an independent, bipartisan panel to redraw voting district boundaries.

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New Mexico may discipline, fine workers who release recordsSANTA FE, N.M. — State employees could be fired or fined up to $5,000 for identifying people who receive public benefits or for releasing information about an individual's immigration status,...

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Egolf denounces ‘veiled threats' on civil rights billSANTA FE — House Speaker Brian Egolf and state Rep. Daymon Ely condemned New Mexico Counties President Steve Boyle on Monday for remarks he made about Egolf's sponsorship of a proposed Civil Rights Act.

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Speaker Egolf calls on State Ethics Commissions to dismiss complaint filed against himEgolf's attorneys call the complaint frivolous and unsubstantiated.

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New Mexicans frustrated over COVID vaccine notification confusionKolozsy said when she entered her confirmation code and special event number, there were no available appointments.

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New Mexico details its request for student testing waiverNew Mexico education officials have clarified plans to seek a partial waiver from federal testing requirements as many students remain in remote or hybrid learning programs.

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House Speaker Brian Egolf Denounces 'Veiled Threats' By New Mexico Counties President Steve BoyleA photo of the email released by the Speaker's office. Courtesy Office of the Speaker FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE Today, following the discovery of an email issuing a veiled threat of physical violence sent by New Mexico Counties President Steve Boyle, Speaker Brian Egolf has issued the following&.

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Gastelum in Eighth Following Day One at Bruin Wave InvitationalGastelum in top-10, Aggies in sixth after first round of play at Bruin Wave Invitational.

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New Mexico to resume horse racing as virus restrictions easeThe commission that oversees horse racing in New Mexico announced Monday that live racing is set to resume in April now that public health restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic are being eased in some places around the state.

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Hit-and-run suspect faces judgeA 30-year-old Albuquerque man is behind bars after police said he hit and killed a pedestrian with his vehicle near Central and Dallas over the weekend.

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Carlsbad CavernsThis semester, my university cancelled our spring break due to COVID, but, they built in "Student wellness days," giving us sporadic three day weekends in an attempt to give us short breaks throughout the semester and avoid burn-out.

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NM teacher pension fund director to step downThe longtime executive director of New Mexico's teacher pension fund is stepping down to take a job at the helm of a New Hampshire retirement system.

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Rail Runner ReturnsNew Mexico Rail Runner Express commuter trains will resume service at 25% capacity in one week Santa Fe, NM - December 15, 2017: Photo of the Locomotive of the New Mexico Rail Runner Train connecting Albuquerque with Santa Fe.

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PNM ordered to refile Four Corners abandonment casePublic Service Co. of New Mexico must provide more information about its investments in the Four Corners Generating Station and its plan for the Navajo Nation to buy its share of the coal plant before state regulators will evaluate its request to abandon the facility in 2024.

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DOH reports 166 new cases, 13 additional deathsThe state Department of Health reported the fewest newly reported number of COVID-19 cases in months, with 166 new cases on Monday.

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Northern New Mexico Colleges Wins Prestigious Quality New Mexico AwardNORTHERN NEW MEXICO COLLEGE NEWS Northern New Mexico College is proud to announce its recent Adobe Award from Quality New Mexico . QNM recognizes organizations for their advancements in strategic planning and direction.

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New Mexico Lawmakers Will Work To Unify Conflicting Marijuana Proposals This Week Following House PassageOne day after New Mexico's House of Representatives passed legislation to legalize marijuana for adults 21 and older, a Senate panel held a Saturday hearing to take initial testimony on three competing legalization bills introduced in that chamber.

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Living Links week of March 1Monday, March 1 Expungements and pardons explained with the Law Office of Adam Oakey Taco Cabana is saying.

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New Mexico reports 13 new deaths, 166 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 13 additional COVID-19-related deaths in Monday's report.

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New Mexico reports less than 200 new COVID-19 cases, 13 additional deathsAn additional 166 COVID-19 cases were confirmed in New Mexico Monday and 13 new deaths related to the virus were reported by the New Mexico Department of Health.

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New Mexico Reports 166 New COVID-19 Cases and 13 DeathsNew Mexico health officials today reported 166 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total so far to 185,297.

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Live Racing in New Mexico to Resume at SunRay ParkA loosening of restrictions statewide will allow the track to open April 23.

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New Mexico to resume horse racing as virus restrictions easeThe commission that oversees horse racing in New Mexico announced Monday that live racing is set to resume in April now that public health restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic are being eased in some places around the state.

Albuquerque Journal Shared .

200 Million Worth Of Grant Money Headed To New Mexico BusinessesGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday signed House Bill 11 into law, delivering $200 million in grants to support New Mexico businesses to ease the hiring or rehiring of employees.

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Cms Sports Resume Todaytoday A€“ All Athletic Events Are Closed To The Public Due To Health OrdersAthletic activities have resumed for Clovis Municipal Schools, with a volleyball match between Clovis High School and Artesia set for today at The Rock.

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New Mexico Racing Season to Start Apr. 23 at SunRay ParkWith the Feb. 25 announcement that restrictions regarding gaming in the state of New Mexico would be loosened, the New Mexico Racing Commission announced Monday that its season is slated to start Apr.

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Part 4: Back home for the holidaysNow that I have done his a couple of times, I can safely say, traveling without a strict itinerary is the way to go.

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New Mexico State University remains against declaring campus a sanctuaryNew Mexico State University is rejecting requests that the Las Cruces campus take on sanctuary status for students who are in the country illegally.

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New Mexico expects to receive 17,200 J&J vaccine doses TuesdayState health officials say New Mexico is expecting 17,200 doses of the new Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to arrive on Tuesday.

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New Mexico United to open preseason March 20 at homeThe New Mexico United is scheduled to open its six-game preseason schedule on March 20 against El Paso Locomotive FC at the New Mexico United Training Facility at Mesa del&.

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New Mexico offers new COVID-19 crisis lineThe New Mexico Human Services Department is offering another free crisis line called the Cope with COVID-19 Crisis Counseling Program.

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Karen Trujillo Scholarship fund at New Mexico State UniversityDate: 03/01/2021 Writer: Minerva Baumann, 575-646-7566, mbauma46@nmsu.edu. Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Google+.

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Otero County is still Red on New Mexico's updated COVID-19 mapOtero County's positive COVID-19 case outlook rose to 6.82% with 21 positive COVID-19 cases per 100,000 Otero County residents.

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Texans rout three-time defending WAC champion New Mexico StateTarleton Men's Basketball picked up its signature win of its in inaugural Division I season by defeating three-time defending WAC champion New Mexico State 64-55 on Saturday in Wisdom Gym.

Stephenville Empire-Tribune Shared .

New Mexico state parks welcome Texas visitors once again; camping by reservation onlyBack home in the Lone Star State, state parks officials say day passes and campsites are filling up for the spring and summer months.

El Paso Times Shared .

Alien Invasion In Roswell, New Mexico.An in-depth look at the television show that brought us a deeper look into the unknown.

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New Mexico To Part Ways With Men's Basketball Head Coach Paul WeirThe New Mexico Lobos and Paul Weir have agreed to part ways at season's end.

Last Word On Basketball Shared .

New Mexico United releases preseason scheduleNew Mexico United has announced the team will be playing games in the state for the first time in more than a year.

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New Mexico: House Lawmakers Approve Adult Use Marijuana Legalization ProposalThe measure, approved by a 39 to 31 vote, would allow adults to purchase at least two ounces of marijuana at a time and cultivate up to six mature plants for personal use.

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Looking up: A UFO Rosetta Stone from the Aztec crash?Robert Oppenheimer. He examined a "sort of book" found inside the UFO, consisting of plastic-like pages filled with strange.

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New Mexico details its request for student testing waiverOfficials are asking for an exemption from the requirement to test 95% of students.

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Historically Speaking: Kit Carson a€” hero and hunterThere is one statement which claims that “Kit Carson was the grandson of Daniel Boone.” Though Daniel Boone is known for his exploits of Kentucky, and Kit Carson was born many years later in Kentucky, I could not find any blood relationship between the two.

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Spotlight: ‘Spider's Web'Roswell Community Little Theatre presents an Agatha Christie detective parody By Christina Stock Vision Editor Roswell Community Little Theatre , 1717 S.

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Jail LogsClick Here for Curry County Jail Logs Click Here for Roosevelt County Jail.

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Look Homeward, Angel?As much as I loved living in the Southwest, for at least a decade I had occasionally fantasized about returning to my native Northeast.

WICKING THE MOISTURE By Philip Jay Davis Shared .

New Mexico Public Education Department Names Curriculum Associates' Ready Reading a Supplemental Instructional Material for Structured LiteracyThe New Mexico Public Education Department recently named Curriculum Associates' Ready Reading program and the accompanying online...

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Opinion: Anything is possibleYou're not reading this on a smartphone or tablet, are you? I hope not, for your sake.

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Oh, Yip-yip-yippee. Feb. 28, 2021Margo voice was loud and strong, The state park reservation site is up and running. Lightning runs through my body.

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Navajo Nation reports 14 COVID-19 cases, 2 additional deathsThe total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases for the Navajo Nation has reached 29,740 with 16,097 recoveries.

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New Mexico House Of Representatives Passes Recreational Marijuana Legalization BillThe New Mexico House of Representatives voted to approve a bill on Friday that would legalize recreational marijuana for adults.

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NM Orders Johnson and Johnson VaccineThe Santa Fe City Council unanimously approved a resolution designating today, March 1, as COVID-19 Memorial Day, "in remembrance of those who have lost their lives and in honor of those who continue to suffer from the impact of the virus." The resolution specifically acknowledges essential workers, and makes note that the pandemic has had a...

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New Mexico House passes legalization bill a€¢ Biden admin issues guidance on federal employee cannabis use a€¢ Will DC finally have sales? a€¢ aAn excerpt from recent editions of the Cannabis Wire Daily newsletter.

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New Mexico United to open preseason March 20 at homeThe New Mexico United is scheduled to open its six-game preseason schedule on March 20 against El Paso Locomotive FC at the New Mexico United Training Facility at Mesa del&.

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New Mexico regulators want more details on power plant saleNew Mexicos largest electric provider has two weeks to file an amended application with state regulators who will determine whether it can transfer its shares in a coal-fired power plant to an energy company backed by the Navajo Nation.

The Washington Times Shared .

Tales From The TempleDid Jeffrey Epstein have tapes showing Bill Clinton and Donald Trump in compromising sexual positions?

Call Me Stormy Shared .

New Mexico state parks welcome Texas visitors once again; camping by reservation onlyBack home in the Lone Star State, state parks officials say day passes and campsites are filling up for the spring and summer months.

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Paid sick leave bill goes to SenateSANTA FE — The state House adopted legislation Sunday that would require private employers in New Mexico to offer paid sick leave to their workers, sending the measure over to the Senate with 20 days left in the session.

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Fire victims identifiedCLOVIS — Investigators have found no criminal intent related to the house fire that killed three people Tuesday on South Wheaton Street.

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New Mexico Democratic lawmakers, governor can't face the truthA pre-born child deserves to be recognized and, above all, to live.

Las Cruces Sun-News Shared .

First Hyde Hotel and Residences to be Developed in MexicoHyde Hotel and Residences Mazatlán is scheduled to break ground in late 2021 and will open in late 2023, Dakota Development will provide all design and technical insight for the expansive 75,277 square-foot waterfront property with 300 feet of private beach access.

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Bill to mandate paid sick leave passes HouseAfter a three-hour debate in the House of Representatives late Sunday, the Healthy Workplaces bill passed 36 to 33 and will head to the Senate.

The NM Political Report Shared .

Private equity raisedBig changes are on the horizon for New Mexico's tax system, which should make life easier for businesses and New Mexico Taxation and Revenue alike.

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Holtec's storage facility is good for NMNew Mexico Senate Bill 82 is making its way through the committee process; it calls for a state task force.

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Focus on bills that get business movingNo one can deny the negative impacts COVID-19 has had on businesses across the state of New Mexico over this past year.

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Editorial: Roundhouse fence projects wrong image of government vs. the peopleErecting a foreboding chain-link fence around New Mexico's Capitol building in January was likely a reasonable precaution at the time.

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Holtec's storage facility is good for NMNew Mexico Senate Bill 82 is making its way through the committee process; it calls for a state task force.

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'End-of-Life Options Act' Heads to New Mexico Senate'End-of-Life Options Act' Heads to New Mexico Senate SANTA FE, N.M. - For the third time in five years, New Mexico lawmakers are considering legislation to allow a terminally ill patient to seek prescription medication from a healthcare provider, which they could use if they decide to end their own life due to unbearable suffering.

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March 1, 2021 ComicThe Daily Lobo is where you can find the University of New Mexico's campus news, Lobos sports coverage, features, opinions and breaking news for Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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UNM resource centers collaborate to celebrate Women's History MonthMarch marks the celebration of Womens History Month, and this year the University of New Mexicos Womens Resource Center is teaming up with the LGBTQ Resource Center and other groups on campus to host a variety of virtual events lined up throughout the month.

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New Mexico abortion ban repealedThe repeal adds an extra layer of protection for abortion health care in the state in case Roe v.

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American Airlines Pilot spots a UFO in New Mexico; Know detailsAn American Airlines pilot reported seeing an unidentified flying object passed over their flight around soon on February 21.

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New Mexico United to host academy trials in MarchNew Mexico United is trying to get its new academy off the ground.

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The New Chapo: An inside look at the hunt for El Mencho, Mexico's bloodiest drug lordThe DEA is targeting a cartel kingpin the agency says is responsible for tons of meth flowing into the U.S. each month.

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Mexico's Femsa reports fourth quarter net loss of $62 million, hampered by new wave of pandemicMexican conglomerate Femsa on Monday reported a net loss of 1.2 billion pesos in the fourth quarter, after a fierce new wave of coronavirus infections slowed sales at Femsa's gas stations and vast chain of Oxxo convenience stores.

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Businesses flock to New Mexico amid film industry boomAs New Mexico's film production has ballooned, a number of ancillary businesses that support the industry are adding to the success.

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Introduction of Turquoise color designation as state trends positively 022521Grisham said Department of Health Secretary Dr. Tracie Collins and Department of Human Services Secretary Dr. David Scrase were joining her in updating New Mexicans.

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New Mexico environmental oversight increases, but officials say more funding neededThe heads of the Office of Natural Resources and the Environment Department say their funding has improved under Gov.

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CBP Officers Seize Nearly 300 Pounds of Pork Bologna at New Mexico PortSANTA TERESA, N.M. – On February 24, 2021, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers from the Santa Teresa Port of Entry seized 30 rolls of pork bologna weighing 277 pounds.

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There's no sunshine in New Mexico's 'dummy bills' or pocket vetoesEven when those in power are larding the agenda with vague, dense or surprise proposals, they will brag about how transparent they are.

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Remembering NM's COVID-19 victimsTo help children understand the concept of a very large number, teachers often tell them to bring to school bottle caps, twigs or other items equal to that number, and then spread them on the ground so they can get a visual picture of just how big and real it is.

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ASU softball run-rules New Mexico in final game of the ASU/GCU TournamentLater in the second inning, New Mexico responded to ASU's first-inning runs. After two Lobos players reached base with a double and a walk, senior shortstop Cameryn O'Grady hit a three-run home run to centerfield to tie the game.

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Lively, Lobos roll past Air ForceHome cooking remained tasty indeed for the University of New Mexico baseball team Sunday as it completed a weekend sweep of Air Force with an 11-4 victory at Santa Ana Star Field.

Albuquerque Journal Shared .

New Mexico Democratic lawmakers, governor can't face the truthA pre-born child deserves to be recognized and, above all, to live.

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Eye on New Mexico: Story highlights for week of Feb. 22In this episode of Eye on New Mexico, KOB 4's Patrick Hayes recaps the biggest stories from the past week.

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Falcons Drop Series Finale at New MexicoThe Air Force Academy baseball team dropped the series finale at New Mexico, 11-4, Sunday afternoon, Feb.

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New Mexico reports 16 new deaths, 245 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 16 additional COVID-19-related deaths in Sunday's report.

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NM reports 245 COVID cases, 16 deathsALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  New Mexico reported 245 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, as well as 16 additional deaths.

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Wind Advisory 0228-030121Southern Gila Highlands / Black Range-Eastern Black Range Foothills - Sierra County Lakes-Central Tularosa Basin - West Slopes Sacramento Mountains Below 7500 Feet - Including the cities of Silver City, Lake Roberts, Kingston, Fort Bayard, Hillsboro, Winston, Truth Or Consequences, Derry, Spaceport, Alamogordo, Tularosa, White Sands Monument,...

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New Mexico vs. Utah StateGet a preview of the New Mexico Lobos vs. Utah State Aggies basketball game.

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Utah State Women's Basketball Loses 93-55 Against New MexicoUtah State women's basketball lost 93-55 against New Mexico on Sunday afternoon inside the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.

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Lopez, Torres lead No. 13 ASU softball to win over New MexicoLindsay Lopez pitched well in relief and Alynah Torres homered twice in No.

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3 thoughts: No. 22 SDSU 62, Boise State 58… Mitchell's savvy, keeping the lead and a new Lobos coachMatt Mitchell freelances, refusing to surrender the lead and why New Mexico needs to get good again.

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BCSO asks for public's help in identifying hit-and-run suspectAnyone with information is asked to call the Traffic Investigations Unit at 505-798-7000.

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New Mexico reports 245 new COVID-19 cases and 16 more deathsSANTA FE, N.M. — Health officials in New Mexico on Sunday reported 245 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 16 additional deaths.

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Southern New Mexico man gets prison term in kidnapping caseA 28-year-old southern New Mexico man has been sentenced to over 12 years in prison for a kidnapping conviction stemming from a 2019 armed abduction involving an attempted robbery.

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New Mexico House speaker seeks dismissal of ethics complaintAttorneys for New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf have asked the State Ethics Commission to dismiss a complaint that a retired judge filed against the Santa Fe Democrat over his sponsoring legislation potentially helping his law practice.

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New Mexico Looks To Possibly Legalize Marijuana After Bill Passes HouseAfter previously decriminalizing the plant in 2019, the state just took another huge step in the direction of legalization.

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Forging the future: Four Black leaders in New Mexico talk about those who inspired themALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  This month across the United States, people are shining the spotlight on the achievements of African...

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New Mexico's Karen Trujillo: A huge advocate for students and teachersKaren loved kids, and she loved teachers. She wanted both to realize their potential and to know that we, as a community, believed in them.

Las Cruces Sun-News Shared .

New Mexico reports 275 new COVID-19 cases and 15 more deathsHealth officials in New Mexico have reported 275 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 15 additional deaths.

The Washington Times Shared .

Cops must be part of solution; don't handcuff themThis legislative session is bringing real change to New Mexico, but not the kind I think New Mexicans are looking for.

Albuquerque Journal Shared .

Civil rights bill is about lawyer paydaysThe New Mexico Civil Rights Act, House Bill 4, which should be more appropriately titled the "Personal Injury Attorney Enrichment Act," is one of those tricks politicians play by naming a damaging piece of legislation something righteous when it's anything but.

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A Chapter In U.S. History Often Ignored: The Flight Of Runaway Slaves To MexicoIn a forgotten cemetery on the edge of Texas in the Rio Grande delta, Olga Webber-Vasques says she's proud of her family's legacy - even if she.

John Burnett Shared .

Senate committee signals House cannabis legalization effort as the likely preferred optionEven after a nearly four hour Senate committee meeting on Saturday, none of the four cannabis legalization bills the panel discussed advanced.

The NM Political Report Shared .

Bill to overhaul hunting, wildlife management hits roadblock in committeeLegislation to reform hunting regulations and wildlife management in New Mexico stalled in the Senate Conservation Committee on Saturday.

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Comeback Falls Short Against New MexicoThe Air Force volleyball team's comeback against New Mexico fell six points short this evening , as the Falcons dropped a tough five-set contest to the visiting Lobos at Cadet East Gym.

Air Force Academy Athletics Shared .

Steering Committee recommends against formation of independent airport authoritySeven months after its inception, the Airport Authority Steering Committee recommended against the formation of an independent governing authority that would take ownership and management of the Roswell Air Center.

Roswell Daily Record Shared .

Judge denies proposed plea agreement in embezzlement caseA judge moved Friday not to approve a change of plea agreement in the case of a married couple accused of funneling more than $1 million from a restaurant they had worked for over a four-year period.

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Forging the future: Four Black leaders in New Mexico talk about those who inspired themALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  This month across the United States, people are shining the spotlight on the achievements of African...

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Drum major for justice keeps Williams marching onIt might be difficult for some to equate the bespectacled, soft-spoken Ricky Williams, superintendent at Hagerman Municipal School District, to the aggressive defensive end he was at Angelo State University.

Roswell Daily Record Shared .

Seminar on Blackdom attracts large online audienceAn online seminar hosted by the New Mexico Humanities Council on the historical township Blackdom on Feb.

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New Mexico officials: Santa Fe man among 15 new COVID-19 deathsThe state also reported 275 new cases of the coronavirus, including nine infections in Santa Fe County, 105 in Bernalillo County and 31 in Doña Ana County.

Santa Fe New Mexican Shared .

Cyclists tour murals downtown SaturdayAidan Rutley takes a group photo Saturday afternoon at the mural on the south side of the International UFO Museum and Research Center, 114 N.

Roswell Daily Record Shared .

Two-day COVID-19 case numbers rise and fallDaily reports of new COVID-19 cases were up and down over the last two days.

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No injuries in vacant house fire SaturdayA tanker truck from the Berrendo Volunteer Fire Department rolls onto the scene as crews from the Roswell Fire Department seek to contain a fire Saturday of a house in the 500 block of South Richardson Avenue.

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022821 Week AheadThursday Roswell City Council Finance Meeting, 9 a.m., Meeting Room A, Roswell Convention Center, 912 N.

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