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Impact Of School Closures Discussed At Legislative Finance CommitteeMeeting topics discussed this afternoon at the Legislative Finance Committee included the impacts of school closures, when they will reopen, how can lost time be made up, the costs and implications of continuing remote education and the strategies for recovering lost learning opportunities for our state's students.

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Winter Storm Conditions ImprovingWinter storm conditions will gradually improve through the rest of this afternoon as temperatures warm and change precipitation over to a mix of rain and snow.

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Record early voter turnout in New Mexico highlights gravity of electionEarly voting in New Mexico officially commenced Oct. 17, and data show the state is already breaking records in voter turnout in what is shaping up to be one of the most pivotal elections in recent memory.Â.

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Turnout in NM passes 620,000As of Wednesday morning, 621,788 New Mexicans had cast ballots for the general election, continuing the trend of heavy early and absentee voting.

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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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Blizzard Warning In Effect Until MidnightAdditional snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches south of Interstate 40 and 5 to 10 inches north of Interstate 40.

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Rare Blizzard Warning issued for northeastern New MexicoWhiteout conditions are expected. The National Weather Service recommended that New Mexicans in that region of the state delay their travel plans since the storm will bring strong winds, snow and low visibility - making travel very difficult or even impossible.

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LETTER: Daily Lobo should remain independent and fundedFor as long as Lobos can remember, the Daily Lobo has served a vital role in bringing thoroughly researched, necessary information to the student body.

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Roswell, New Mexico Fundraiser Raises Thousands For Crew And CharityFormer Roswell, New Mexico showrunner Carina Adly MacKenzie revealed that a merch fundraiser supported the crew during their COVID hiatus.

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Buying Local, Expanding AgricultureThe COVID-19 pandemic's economic devastation has exacerbated another lingering problem in New Mexico: food insecurity.

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New Mexico pueblo leadership council gets new chairmanALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A leadership council that represents Native American pueblos across New Mexico has a new chairman.

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Biden's plan to 'transition away' from the oil industry would hurt New Mexico, Texas the mostThe Center Square) - Both Republicans and Democrats are pushing back on comments Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden made about "transitioning away" from the oil industry.

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Occidental Petroleum partners with New Mexico State University on produced water researchThe Consortium was formed last year by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to study the potential treatment and reuse of produced water outside of oil and gas operations.

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Snow to continue into Wednesday across metro areaMuch of the melted snow that was left behind in northeast Albuquerque is expected to freeze overnight heading into Wednesday.

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School delaysThe following list of school will be updated as we receive information: - Clovis Municipal Schools: Wednesday will be a remote learning day.

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State Supreme Court Strikes Down GOP Election ChallengeHelp keep local journalism fighting for you. Donate today to Friends of the Reporter.

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New Mexico high court rejects GOP suit on absentee ballotsNew Mexico's Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit by the state Republican Party alleging that partisan poll challengers have been unfairly denied oversight of the initial ballot verification process.

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New Mexico building infrastructure for vaccine distributionIt could be awhile before a COVID-19 vaccine is widely available, but health officials in New Mexico say they have submitted their plans to the federal government for how to distribute it.

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Grant Funding Approval For Bureau Of Justice AssistanceThe Bureau of Justice Assistance has awarded Curry County $4,538.32 of grant funding, through the Bulletproof Vest Partnership.

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New Mexico Covid-19 Updated CasesNew Mexico state health officials on Tuesday announced 590 additional COVID-19 cases. Per the state Department of Health, the most recent cases are.

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Winter Storm Continued Delays And ClosuresDelays and closures continue for Wednesday, as this early winter storm hangs over the High Plains. We're expecting a mix of more snow, sleet, and freezing rain,  with freezing cold temperatures and wind chill values in single digits.

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Remote learning fails many New Mexico students, report saysAs many as four in five New Mexico public school students are failing at least one class in some of the state's school districts, according to data made public Wednesday by legislative analysts.

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Jason Diaz To Recur On ‘Charmed'; David DeSantos Joins ‘Roswell, New Mexico'The third season of the CW's Charmed has added actor Jason Diaz in a recurring role.

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Snow may delay Wednesday paper deliveryWeather conditions may result in late delivery of Wednesday's edition of The Eastern New Mexico News.

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Bidens plan to 'transition away' from the oil industry would hurt New Mexico, Texas the mostThe Center Square)  Both Republicans and Democrats are pushing back on comments Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden made about transitioning away from the oil industry.

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Elections 101: An interview with elections expert Lonna AtkesonALBUQUERQUE  With the 2020 general election just over a week away, some voters still may have questions about the election process  particularly those for whom this will be the first presidential election in which theyve been old enough to take part.

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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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NM GOP files two legal actions a week before election, state Supreme Court rejects oneA week before Election Day and days before the end of early in-person voting, the Republican Party of New Mexico filed two different legal actions against the New Mexico Secretary of State and two separate county clerk’s offices, regarding poll watching and ballot drop-boxes.

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Newly confirmed Justice Barrett worries immigrant advocatesJustice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation on the U.S. Supreme Court Monday creates uncertainty for mixed status and undocumented families, according to experts.

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I was a juror in Judge Flores' court; I say retain herDespite the New Mexico Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission recommendation to not retain Judge Jacqueline Dolores Flores, I strongly disagree based on my one and only interaction with this judge.

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Forget labels, vote to Respect New MexicoNew Mexico: The Land of Enchantment, where family comes first, and friendships thrive among united cultures.

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"Make it Stop"Santa Feans reflect on four years of the Trump presidency and their hopes for the future Anson Stevens-Bollen.

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SFR Digital-ish Picks—Week of Oct. 28Twitching, Lucinda freaking Williams, Rocky and the best day ever.

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Forget labels, vote to Respect New MexicoNew Mexico: The Land of Enchantment, where family comes first, and friendships thrive among united cultures.

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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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Reading in the Arroyo: An Occasional Column About BooksDéjà Vu: Another time, another plague.

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Will Ongoing COVID-19 Prompt More Food Stockpiling?SANTA FE, N.M. - America had never seen the type of disruption to its food supply chain experienced by grocery stores until the onslaught of COVID-19, but experts don't expect it to happen again - even if folks stock up for winter.

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Student Fee Review Board opts not to reduce feesThe University of New Mexicos Student Fee Review Board voted to hold fees steady for fall 2021, despite calls for reductions amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is un-American propagandaSacha Baron Cohens new movie Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan is a perverted threat to the decency of America costumed in a loose-fitting gray suit and a highly unconvincing, distracting mustache.

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Environmentalists Decry "Loopholes" in Proposed New Mexico Emissions RuleWhile serving as a visiting professor of economics at New York University, economist Ludwig Von Mises delivered a lecture one time, where someone had mentioned a loophole.

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New Mexico rancher welcomes the sight of snow amid droughtDrought conditions have been tough on ranchers like Christmas, which is why he said the sight of snow is welcomeeven if it makes driving a little more difficult.

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Election officials say some results could take daysMore than 380,000 New Mexicans have requested an absentee ballot, but counting them could send Election Day into overtime.

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Eastern New Mexico to bear the brunt of wintry stormLike most of New Mexico, Fort Sumner received its fair share of snow these past few days.

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How Texas' COVID-19 hospitalization crisis adds pressure to New Mexico surge plansAs New Mexico hospital directors make surge plans, surges in Texas metro areas — including El Paso — add pressure.

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Storm leads to closures, impacts travelSnow covers ornamental grass and the John Chisum sculpture Tuesday morning in Pioneer Plaza in downtown Roswell.

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Garden Avenue bridge to open FridayIn a short meeting Monday afternoon, the city of Roswell Infrastructure Committee heard a brief update on the completion of the Garden Avenue bridge project and gave its approval to a bid for new trash receptacles.

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State offers grants to help with housing paymentsA state program to help New Mexico residents affected by the COVID-19 crisis pay their housing costs will begin to take applications Monday.

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Chaves County's new COVID-19 cases lowest in 2 weeksThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 590 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the lowest number in a week, while Chaves County’s 15 new cases are its lowest number of new daily cases since Oct.

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Michael Lynn SwopeA brother, son, husband, father, grandfather, retired truck driver, and collector of cars and guns, Michael Lynn Swope, 63, passed away on Thursday, October 22, 2020, in Albuquerque, NM, from a stroke that occurred after a routine surgery.

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Johnnie Brooks RussellServices are pending for Johnnie Brooks Russell, age 62, of Roswell, NM. Johnnie passed away Sunday, October 25, 2020.

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Conan Doyle-Santa Fe link: New Mexico hosts legal battleBut in a twist of fate, all involved are facing legal copyright action in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque from the estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, family of the author of the original Sherlock Holmes books.

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Letter: Learn where candidates stand on this key issueIn the Declaration of Independence for these United States of America, we read these powerful words: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” I believe it is...

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Conan Doyle-Santa Fe link: New Mexico hosts legal battleBut in a twist of fate, all involved are facing legal copyright action in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque from the estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, family of the author of the original Sherlock Holmes books.

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Q&A: Gonzales expects a 'rusty' Lobos performanceWith rising COVID-19 positive cases in Bernalillo County, and the University of New Mexico football team's home opener scheduled for Saturday, the Lobos still have found a way to play.

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Aggies picked to do the usual and win the WACLAS CRUCES — Both the New Mexico State men's and women's basketball teams held their Western Athletic Conference preseason press conferences on Tuesday.

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Distributing vaccine in New Mexico a 'logistical nightmare'From not yet knowing what drug may be approved by the federal government to distribution issues and public distrust of a vaccination itself, administering inoculations in New Mexico likely will be a "logistical nightmare," said state Rep.

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New Mexico high court rejects GOP suit on absentee ballotsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico's Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit Tuesday by the state Republican Party alleging that partisan poll challengers are being unfairly denied oversight of the initial absentee ballot verification process.

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UNM, County pick site for new crisis triage centerAlbuquerque's long-awaited crisis triage center now has a home. The University of New Mexico, in partnership with Bernalillo County, has identified a pair of buildings next to its existing psychiatric hospital to serve as a&.

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G-g-g-g-hosts among usHe didn't kill anybody. He didn't even steal any money. But they hung him anyway.

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Almost Half of New Mexico Voters Have Already Cast a BallotVoters are breaking the records, while the Supreme Court rejects election lawsuit filed by the GOP Harpal Khalsa voted early on Tuesday despite snowy weather.

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More than 100 crashes reported during Albuquerque snow stormCrews from the City of Albuquerque are working around the clock to clear the roads of snow.

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Heavy snowfall forces people to adjust plans in northern NMPeople in northern New Mexico spent Tuesday digging out of the snow.

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Drivers face dicey conditions in East MountainsRoads through the East Mountains were snow packed and icy Tuesday.

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Touched by ghosts in St. James HotelWith Halloween coming up Saturday, I am reminded of my ghost story. It was 2015 and we were invited to do a paranormal investigation at the St. James Hotel in Cimarron.

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Coronavirus: Why is San Jose State allowed to host a New Mexico team that cant host Spartans?Coronavirus: Saturday's game between San Jose State and the University of New Mexico was relocated from Albuquerque to the Bay Area.

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NMAA releases tentative scheduleCLOVIS — Courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic, the calendar for New Mexico Activities Association sports was already pretty full with its scheduled start in January for everything except volleyball, cross country and some tennis.

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590 new COVID-19 cases amid lull in testing after storm, four new reported deathsThe New Mexico Department of Health on Tuesday reported 590 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico and four additional deaths related to the disease.

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Local restaurants adjusting to contact book requirementCLOVIS — Giving your name and number is pretty standard fare at most restaurants for take-out or delivery.

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'Historic' storm sweeps areaThe National Weather Service called it "an epic and historic winter storm." After summer-like temperatures extended well into fall, eastern New Mexico experienced its first wintry event early this week with drizzle, freezing fog, ice and a thin dusting of snow.

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New Mexico Reports 590 New COVID-19 CasesNew Mexico reports 590 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths as hospitalizations continue to rise.

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NM Supreme Court denies GOP election petitionSANTA FE  The New Mexico Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously rejected a Republican-backed election lawsuit, even as the GOP moved forward with a second court challenge over absentee ballot&.

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New Mexico exceeds 300 COVID-19 hospitalizationsThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 163 new COVID-19 cases in Doña Ana County Tuesday.

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10 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported in Eastern New MexicoHealth officials released the latest COVID-19 updates from New Mexico.

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University of New Mexico regents choose new school sealUniversity of New Mexico officials confirmed Monday that the decision was made during a recent meeting, but it will likely take more than a year for the new seal to be fully rolled out and put to use.

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Deal in owl case would lift forest bans in New Mexico, ArizonaThe U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and WildEarth Guardians have jointly filed a motion to dismiss court-imposed restrictions on tree thinning, prescribed burns, debris removal and other activities in five national forests in New Mexico and one in Arizona.

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Breaking: Navajo Nation may acquire PNM's stake in Four CornersALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  Public Service Co. of New Mexico could exit the coal-fired Four Corners Generating Station near Farm...

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USW hits good enrollment numbers, agreements with medical schoolIn contrast to the bad news often inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic, University of the Southwest has some things to celebrate.

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Clint Eastwood to bring 'Cry Macho' to NM for productionIt may be cold outside, the last quarter will be heating up soon for the New Mexico film industry.

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Carlsbad to consider future of its New Mexico State campusCARLSBAD, N.M. — This city has assembled a task force to consider the future of its New Mexico State University Carlsbad campus, including the possibility of operating as an independent university.

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‘The Witches' ReviewWith 1990's The Witches having reached a sort of cult status , it's only natural to react to an HBO remake of the Roald Dahl story with consternation.

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Non-essential Offices Closing EarlyThis includes the Roosevelt County Clerk's Office and early voting. The County will continue to monitor the storm closely.

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Cms To Follow Regular Remote Wednesday ScheduleClovis municipal schools and employees will follow their regular Wednesday remote schedules. Employees who occasionally work in person on Wednesday’s will also be required to work remotely due to current weather conditions.

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Roosevelt County Alternative Voting Site Closed Due To WeatherRoosevelt county early voting alternative site held at the Jake Lopez community center, will be closed Wednesday oct 28, 2020 due to weather concerns.

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Carlsbad to consider future of its New Mexico State campusCARLSBAD, N.M. — This city has assembled a task force to consider the future of its New Mexico State University Carlsbad campus, including the possibility of operating as an independent university.

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Cats To Offer Free Voting RidesThe Clovis Area Transit System is offering free rides to the polls to vote in the 2020 Election.

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New Mexico high court rejects GOP lawsuit on absentee ballotsNew Mexico's Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit Tuesday by the state Republican Party alleging that partisan poll challengers are being unfairly denied oversight of the initial absentee ballot verification process.

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243 COVID, Church, Electricity, Unemployment and VotingThe Gov. has some new COVID orders. While Paul and Wally both acknowledge that these are more focused on problem areas than her previous orders were, the Gov.

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New Mexico high court rejects GOP suit on absentee ballotsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico's Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit Tuesday by the state Republican Party alleging that partisan poll challengers are being unfairly denied oversight of the initial absentee ballot verification process.

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Voting slows as storm hits, but still on record-breaking paceWhile voting slowed on Monday as a large winter storm blanketed much of the state, New Mexico remains on a record pace for turnout, and has reached nearly three-quarters of the total 2016 turnout with seven days until election day.

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New Mexico records 590 new COVID-19 cases, four deathsNew Mexico's thin margin for hospital bed space during the most recent COVID-19 spike continues to tighten.

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Photo added:Tree branch down in reporter's back yard 102720Grant County Beat reporter woke up this morning, Oct. 27, to a snow-covered back yard including a branch broken off the willow tree by the weight of the wet snow.

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Election Day is a week away. Is New Mexico ready?Searchlight answers key questions about the 2020 voting process in New Mexico.

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University of New Mexico regents choose new school sealRegents at New Mexico's largest university have decided on a new design for the school's official seal to replace one that had sparked protests.

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VIDEO: Green Meadow Lake on cold day27, 2020, experiencing the areas first cold snap this winter.

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New Mexico Democrat releases final Spanish-language ad in toss-up raceRep. Xochitl Torres Small released her final Spanish-language campaign ad Tuesday, appealing to Latino voters in a toss-up race for a seat Democrats flipped just two years ago.

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Growing Forward: EducationIn this week’s episode of Growing Forward, the collaborative podcast between NM Political Report and New Mexico PBS, we take a look at education.

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Senate Democratic SuperPAC buys $100,000 in ads for Ben Ray LujanThe Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC for Senate Democrats, has reportedly bought $100,000 in TV ads in support of U.S. Rep.

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Luna Fire Update: 10/27/2020NM Fire InfoIncident Website: Â New Mexico Fire Information: nmfireinfo.com Public Information Line: 575-377-4263 Incident Email: Incident information Start...

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First Snow In The DesertOn December nights, I walked with Buddy along the ditches. The skies were usually clear, and December’s waxing moon, cutting its highest annual arc in the sky and all but unchallenged by artificial light, bathed the valley in a brilliance that revealed the very face of the night. One morning several days before Christmas, it&.

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Jail logBooked The following were booked into local jails : Clovis - Robert Russell, 35, out of state fugitive - Isaiah Johnson, 23, aggravated burglary, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, aggravated battery, criminal damage to property, failure to pay fines - Peter Gutierrez, 54, failure to pay fines, failure to appear on mi...

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State sets new record Monday for confirmed casesNew Mexico on Monday set another record for its seven-day average of confirmed coronavirus cases, and officials at Albuquerque hospitals said they are already in the throes of a surge.

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Allen Theatres announces they will be going into 'hibernation'LAS CRUCES — Allen Theatres announced this week that they will be going into "hibernation" until further notice, closing all 13 of its locations across New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado and laying off about 450 employees.

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Opinion: Settlement doesn't make up for harmThe prescription opioid crisis that has taken well over 100,000 American lives and ruined hundreds of thousands more wasn't just an accident of time or the byproduct of a dysfunctional society.

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Opinion: Gridlock best election outcomeWhat do you expect to happen after Donald Trump's election victory? I expect outrage, shock, and denial from the national mainstream media and others who pretended Joe Biden was a credible candidate.

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Opinion: Hope power of vote will rule daySome final notes as we pass this election through our systems. Two things I don't quite get: Why are money and yard signs so important in an.

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Local seeking to solve quilt mysteryJean Fisher of Clovis has a mystery on her hands, and she's looking for our help.

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Pages past, Oct. 28: Radio contest, spider bikes, and liquorOn this date... 1980: Installation of an FM antenna atop the 360-foot tower of KENM radio in Portales was nearing completion.

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Voting set to outpace previous numbersWhile it appears Mother Nature is going to have an impact early this week, it's apparent this year's early voters will easily outpace those from the 2016 presidential election in Curry and Roosevelt counties.

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One of my best Christmas gifts an a-salt gunFair warning this is, given to protect your eyes and general psyche from sudden and perhaps overwhelming shock: If you open the door at our house that leads five steps down into the garage, you will find bodies everywhere.

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District championship likely on line for FarwellFARWELL — Panhandle is averaging almost 60 points a game this season. Farwell has allowed just 73 points for the entire campaign.

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Woman dies after crashCLOVIS — A 56-year-old woman died Sunday night following a motor vehicle crash in the 600 block of East Llano Estacado Boulevard in Clovis.

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How much power do Texas and New Mexico voters have?With one week to go until the Nov. 3 presidential election, a new survey reveals the power voters in each state have in presidential and senate elections.

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Progressive legislative candidates again push for repeal of anti-abortion lawWith a half-century anti-abortion statute still on the books that has the potential to once again restrict womens reproductive health care access were the landmark 1973 Roe v.

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Hundreds of New Mexico healthcare workers make public plea to slow COVID-19 spread: More than 350 physicians, nurses, and healthcare practitioners andMore than 350 physicians, nurses, and healthcare practitioners and providers in New Mexico are urging state residents to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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New Mexico State men's basketball dominates WAC preseason pollsThe WAC released its preseason coaches\u00a0and media polls on Tuesday, and the New Mexico State men's basketball team has its name written all over it.

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New Mexico building infrastructure for vaccine distributionIt could be well into next year before a COVID-19 vaccine is widely available, but top health officials in New Mexico said Tuesday that they have submitted their plan to the federal government for building the infrastructure, tracking systems and partnerships that will be needed for distribution.

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New Mexico reports 4 new deaths, 590 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 4 additional COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday.

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UNM cancels classes, remotelyThe University of New Mexico will be closed today, Tuesday, Oct. 27, due to inclement weather conditions.

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Oil and gas support for Torres Small exposes internal divisionsDressed in denim on a windy day in front of an oil and gas rig, Xochitl Torres Small looks into the camera and says, "Washington doesn't get us," then tells viewers she fought to get workers the coronavirus relief they deserve.

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New Mexico eyeing stricter regulations, more fines on oil and gas spillsThis year, as of Oct. 26 the OCD reported 573 produced water releases and 297 crude oil spills, per state records.

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Storm blasts New Mexico; travel hazardous in some placesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A storm dropped snow on New Mexico on Tuesday, making travel hazardous in some areas.

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The Goblin ColonyDiscover The Goblin Colony in Ponderosa, New Mexico: On the edge of the Valles Caldera National Preserve, these rock formations create an eerie landscape.

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New Mexico Republicans File Election LawsuitsHelp keep local journalism fighting for you. Donate today to Friends of the Reporter.

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Winter Storm School Closures And DelaysThe first winter storm of this season continues to pack a punch and that is causing some delays and closures for Tuesday. We're expecting a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain over the next few days with freezing cold temperatures and wind chill values in single digits. As of this post, you can expect the storm to start to move out by...

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Allen Theaters Goes Into HibernationThis week, Allen theaters announced they will be going into a “hibernation” mode until further notice.

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New Covid-19 Cases Across The StateNew Mexico state health officials on Monday announced 732 additional COVID-19 cases. Per the state Department of Health, the most recent cases are.

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Evictions and housing assistance in New Mexico: Here's what tenants need to knowHere's the deal with evictions in New Mexico and state programs to assist with housing and utilities.

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Blast of winter weather closes New Mexico COVID-19 testing sites on TuesdayWintery weather puts a freeze to COVID-19 testing sites across New Mexico on Tuesday morning, and throughout the day.

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Wintery Weather closes New Mexico COVID-19 testing sites on TuesdayWintery weather puts a freeze to COVID-19 testing sites across New Mexico on Tuesday morning, and throughout the day.

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Addressing Voter Intimidation and Building Power: A Conversation with OLE New MexicoAndrea Serrano and Miles Tokunow of OLÉ on their efforts to combat white supremacist voter intimidation and build power for working people and people of color i.

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Hurricane Zeta soaks Mexico as New Orleans preparesTropical Storm Zeta, the 27th named storm of a very busy Atlantic hurricane season, headed for a Wednesday evening landfall and was expected to bring another round of high water and strong wind to...

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University of New Mexico regents choose new school sealRegents at New Mexico's largest university have decided on a new design for the school's official seal to replace one that had sparked protests.

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Gulf Coast braces, again, for hurricane as Zeta takes aimResidents of the storm-pummeled Gulf Coast steeled themselves for yet another tropical weather strike Tuesday after Zeta raked across the Yucatan Peninsula on a track that forecasters said would likely bring it ashore south of New Orleans as a hurricane.

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Storm blasts New Mexico; travel hazardous in some placesA storm dropped snow on New Mexico on Tuesday, making travel hazardous in some areas.

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Hurricane warning issued for New Orleans as Zeta hits Mexico's Yucatan PeninsulaWe're doing everything we can to prepare for the storm,' says Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards.

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New Mexico State men's basketball dominates WAC preseason pollsDENVER – The WAC released its preseason coaches and media polls on Tuesday, and the New Mexico State men's basketball team has its name written all over it.

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Amy Coney Barrett confirmed to Supreme Court, as New Mexico's senators vote againstU.S. Senate Republicans voted 52 to 48 to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away Sept.

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Prostate cancer support group to host virtual conferenceThis year the Prostate Cancer Support Association of New Mexico's free state-wide conference will have a look and feel different from the previous eight.

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Virus spread in NM jails, prisons should have, could have, been avoidedFor the past seven months, rarely has a day gone by that the ACLU hasn't received a desperate call or email from someone who has a family member or loved one locked up in one of our state's jails or prisons.

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New Orleans braces for hurricane as Zeta swirls over MexicoA hurricane warning has been issued for the U.S. Gulf Coast including New Orleans.

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Chinshan Chinese helps KOB 4 Pay it 4ward to New Mexico Special OlympicsA local Chinese restaurant partnered with KOB 4 to help Pay it 4ward to the New Mexico Special Olympics.

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New Mexico Dawn Spiral Notebook for Sale by Dominic PiperataThis 6" x 8" spiral notebook features the artwork "New Mexico Dawn" by Dominic Piperata on the cover and includes 120 lined pages for your notes and greatest thoughts.

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Lawmakers, county clerk join lawsuitTwo area legislators and a Chaves County official are among those who have joined the Republican Party of New Mexico in a lawsuit against the New Mexico Secretary of State, in which they accuse the state’s election chief of not enforcing laws that allow poll challengers to perform their duties.

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Chaves County passes 2,000 COVID-19 casesChaves County’s total number of COVID-19 cases topped 2,000 Monday, the same day officials with the state’s three largest health care systems warned that hospitals and health care workers will not be able to keep up if the virus continues to spread at its current rate.

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Daily Record wins 19 awards from press associationThe Roswell Daily Record was recognized with 19 individual and staff awards during the New Mexico Press Association’s annual awards-presentation ceremony on Monday.

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Winter storm to bring ice, snow through WednesdayAn unseasonably strong winter storm could bring up to 8 inches of snow to the Roswell area by Wednesday morning.

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Collecting prescription drugs for safe disposalRoswell Police Department Recruitment Officer Dazanique Kidd collects prescription pills and medicines Saturday at the Roswell Police Station on West Second Street during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

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Ethel May ReedEthel May Reed, 71, was born on July 21, 1949, and she passed away on Wednesday, October 21, 2020.

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Hurricane warning for New Orleans as Zeta swirls over MexicoCANCUN, Mexico — Storm-weary Louisiana is once again under a hurricane warning, with Zeta leaving Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on a path that could hit New Orleans Wednesday night.

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Lobo athletics off the hook for paying back deficitA little more than two years ago, two major tactics were used in response to persistent financial problems by University of New Mexico athletics: The department was placed on a decadelong repayment plan for its seven-figure deficit, and four sports were cut.

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Hurricane warning for New Orleans as Zeta swirls over MexicoA hurricane warning has been issued for the U.S. Gulf Coast including New Orleans.

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Snow, cold blast New MexicoSANTA FE, N.M.  Some parts of Albuquerque could receive up to 8 inches of snow.

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‘PUBG' October 9.1 update: New ‘Framerate Priority' mode to deliver ‘faster loading' on PS5 and Xbox Series X/SEconoTimes is a fast growing non-partisan source of news and intelligence on global economy and financial markets, providing timely, relevant, and critical insights for market professionals and those who want to make informed investment decisions.

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New Mexico Hundreds of Doctors, Nurses, Health Care Practitioners Plead: ‘Help us protect you'More than 350 doctors, nurses and health care practitioners and providers from all across New Mexico this week signed an open letter urging New Mexicans to double down on safe practices and personal caution to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the state’s health care and hospital resources.

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UNM baseball hoping for brighter springBrief but effective. That's how University of New Mexico baseball coach Ray Birmingham summed up his team's fall practice session.

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New Mexico Governor Grisham lowers flags in recognition of Rep. SalazarGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday ordered state flags to half-staff though sundown Wednesday in recognition of the late state Rep.

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Republican faces uphill fight in Northern New MexicoNevertheless, Alexis Martinez Johnson continues to campaign aggressively, touching on crime and addiction in New Mexico in addition to her enthusiasm for guns and opposition to abortion in a district.

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Seasons End  Fall 2020Heritage Squash - Los Poblanos Farm Seasons come and go but the slow erosion of the fecundity and frenetic activity of summer, in the season we call fall , is a special time of quiet and reflection.

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Northern NM restaurant fears colder weather will hurt business even moreTwo forces, the pandemic and the snow storm, are affecting a northern New Mexico business.

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New Mexican staffers win array of awards in press contestThe winners, announced at an online event Monday, included awards in news and sports coverage, columns, photography, advertising and special sections.

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Las Cruces mayor orders new virus restrictionsThe mayor of Las Cruces issued an emergency proclamation Monday aimed at trying to help slow the spread of Covid-19 as the Borderland is experiencing a surge in cases.

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NM reports 9 COVID deaths, new record 7-day average of casesALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  New Mexico on Monday set a new record for its seven-day average of confirmed coronavirus cases, and officials at Albuquerque hospitals said they are already in the throes of a&.

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Leaf BriefYet, the course for a budding empire is far from charted. Federal and state regulators are grappling with rules that have everyone with a stake in the industry on edge, and though New Mexico's approach is largely praised, conflicts are at play here between the low-THC hemp program and its cousins in medical cannabis which have led to a lawsuit.

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Allen Theatres closing all locations, layoffs to affect 450 employeesAllen Theatres announced this week that they will be going into "hibernation" until further notice, closing all 13 of its locations across New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado and laying off about 450 employees.

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Ruidoso News wins three awards in 2020 New Mexico Press Association contestThe Ruidoso News and its writers were awarded three awards at the New Mexico Press Association 2020\u00a0Better Newspaper Contest.

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Snow before Halloween in Las Cruces? Here's what the meteorologist is saying.If 1 to 2 inches of snow falls here, as predicted, it'll be the earliest in the season that snow has fallen on Las Cruces.

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732 new COVID-19 cases and nine additional deathsOn Monday, New Mexico Department of Health officials reported 732 new cases of COVID-19 and nine additional deaths related to the disease.

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New Mexico blasted by snow, wind and freezing temperaturesBlowing snow and slick roads were creating hazardous travel conditions Monday for northern and central New Mexico, as officials warned residents and travelers that the worst was still to come.

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Upgraded to winter storm warning 1026-2820Southern Gila Highlands / Black Range-Eastern Black Range Foothills - Sierra County Lakes - West Slopes Sacramento Mountains Below 7500 Feet - Sacramento Mountains Above 7500 Feet - East Slopes Sacramento Mountains Below 7500 Feet - Including the cities of Silver City, Lake Roberts, Kingston, Fort Bayard, Hillsboro, Winston, Truth Or...

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New Mexico blasted by snow, wind and freezing temperaturesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Blowing snow and slick roads were creating hazardous travel conditions Monday for northern and central New Mexico, as officials warned residents and travelers that the worst was still to come.

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UNM football game against SJSU relocated to San JoseUniversity of New Mexico's football game against San Jose State, originally scheduled to be played in Albuquerque, has been relocated to San Jose, California on Saturday at 5 p.m.

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New Mexico Water Conference happening onlineUNM students, faculty and researchers are being featured in the annual New Mexico Water Conference.

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JTIP supports more than 800 jobs in September and OctoberALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  New Mexico's Job Training Incentive Program provided 18 companies with more than $5.5 million in September and October to support 803 jobs...

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Saturday's San Jose State-New Mexico football game relocated to San JoseSan Jose State's football game at New Mexico on Saturday has been relocated to San Jose as a result of public health orders in New Mexico.

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Coronavirus: San Jose State game moved from New Mexico to Bay Area due to health orderSan Jose State's football game Saturday against New Mexico has been moved from Albuquerque to San Jose's CEFCU Stadium because of coronavirus concerns, the Mountain West Conference announced Monday.

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Heads of NM hospitals: Now is the time for New Mexicans to buckle downWhile COVID-19 cases continue to increase in New Mexico and each day brings a new record-breaking number of infections, chief medical officers from the state’s three major medical providers are urging residents to work together to lower those numbers.

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Nmdot Offers Tips For Safe Winter DrivingThe New Mexico Department of Transportation is offering residents recommendations for safe winter driving. These include.

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Curry County Early Voting NumbersCurry County officials released the current turnout numbers for the 2020 General Election. The Curry County Clerk’s Office has seen 4,960 absentee voters, with the Youth Recreation Building at 1,584.

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Board Meeting Cancelations In ClovisDue to inclement weather, tonight's meeting of the Clovis-Carver Public Library Board has been rescheduled for next Monday, November 2 at 5:30 pm in the library's North Annex.

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New Mexico to begin COVID-19 spot testing at restaurantsCOVID-19 spot testing at restaurants across New Mexico begins this week. The new initiative is part of Gov.

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Kerrville selects New Mexico police chief to lead police departmentA veteran of the Hobbs, New Mexico police department will be the person to lead the Kerrville Police Department.

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Early-season storm expected to leave behind 3 to 5 inches of snow in San Juan CountyThis is the second year in a row that San Juan County has received a snow storm in the days just before Halloween.

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Twelve MuralsTwo local art groups, Three Sisters Collective and the Alas de Agua Art Collective, received nearly $100,000 to install 12 murals across Santa Fe—with a side dish of youth education—to highlight Indigenous culture and environmental issues.

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Ruidoso and White Sands National ParkI have a friend visiting this weekend and he has never been to the Southwest before.

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Aggies' 2020-21 WAC Schedule Unveiled2020-21 NM State Men's Basketball Schedule. LAS CRUCES, N.M. - With 30 days remaining until the hopeful tip-off of its 2020-21 season, the NM State men's basketball team got a look at what its Western Athletic Conference slate will look like for the upcoming campaign.

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New Mexico snow storm forecastSnow is falling across New Mexico, and temperatures continue to fall.

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New Mexicans will be able to apply for rent and housing assistance in NovemberNew Mexico will soon distribute $12.3 million in COVID-19 rental and housing assistance.

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Copyright lawsuit over Netflix movie 'Enola Holmes' based in New MexicoNew Netflix movie "Enola Holmes" and the books by Nancy Springer it is based on are the subject of a copyright lawsuit in federal court in New Mexico.

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Over 560,000 New Mexicans have already votedNew Mexico’s blistering voter turnout pace continued over the weekend, and the Secretary of State’s office reported 562,909 votes have already cast ballots in this year’s general election, with over a week to go until Election Day.

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Spiking New Mexico COVID-19 numbers headed by Dona AnaExploding COVID-19 cases in Doña Ana County headlined the state's novel coronavirus report Monday, which also included nine more deaths, with victims' ages ranging from their 30s to their 90s.

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High and dryA low flowing Rio Grande leaves valley farmers in a lurch in New Mexico.

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Mexico reports 4,166 new coronavirus cases, 247 more deathsSalmond accuses Sturgeon of pursuing vendetta over report into harassment claims.

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Dona Ana County, near hard-hit El Paso, is New Mexico's southern COVID-19 hotspotOn Sunday, Doña Ana County shattered its single-day case record\u00a0for the second time within a week, reporting 206 new cases of the disease.

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New Mexico officials issue warning about hospital capacityDespite having some of the most restrictive public health requirements since the start of the pandemic, New Mexico has seen three record-setting days for daily COVID-19 case totals in just over a week.

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Nuking Itself… How Russophobia Led the U.S. to Bomb its Own CitizensIn a recent interview with Karl Grossman, New Mexican resident Tina Cordova tells how her community has been campaigning for decades to find out the truth behind the Trinity test and to seek reparations from the federal government.

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New Mexico officials concerned about hospital capacityOfficials with three of the largest health care systems in New Mexico will be providing an update Monday on the coronavirus pandemic as the state deals with a surge in COVID-19 infections.

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From a BalconyOpuntia's new second-story Railyard location hits all the right notes Jeanna Gienke and Todd Spitzer say they're close to reopening their restaurant, Opuntia.

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USDA Approves New Mexico Hemp PlanThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved New Mexico's hemp plan which will take effect for growers licensed after October& Read More.

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Two from DoA±a Ana County among nine new COVID-19 deaths in New MexicoDoña Ana County reported 194 new COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the county total to 5,817, according to the New Mexico Department of Health.

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Weather Data: 10/19/20-10/25/20Time for my 29th week of weather station data! Â No lost data this week.

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The Disinformation AgeThis story is part of the.

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New Mexico officials concerned about hospital capacityALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Officials with three of the largest health care systems in New Mexico will provide an update Monday on the coronavirus pandemic as the state deals with a surge in ; Despite having some of the most restrictive public health requirements since the start of the pandemic, New Mexico has seen three record-setting days for daily...

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Warren Scouts BSA Troop 50 going to New MexicoWhen we arrive to the Ranch and check-in, our Troop name will be dropped and replaced with "crew." Philmont 2021 will be attended by a whole new crew of mainly Troop 50 scouts, younger members from when the older scouts from 2017 attended.

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Comfort food and books for comfortChristina Stock Photo Mushroom stir fry topped with parsley and freshly grated parmesan cheese may be served as a side dish or by itself — as seen here with a Bavarian bread dumpling.

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Coronavirus: San Jose States next game could be in jeopardy due to New Mexico health orderSan Jose State's next opponent, New Mexico, had its first game canceled due to COVID-19.

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Music: History and metal a€” IsenmorSubmitted Photo Pictured from left: David Spencer, Tim Regan, Mike Wilson, Nicholas Schneider, Mark Williams, Jon Lyon and Peter Lesko.

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Historically Speaking: The beginnings of the Roswell Museum, part 1Photo Courtesy of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Archives The captions reads, "Six of the Roswell Museum founders, honored with plaque, November 1957."

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Spotlight: RMAC opens to the publicChristina Stock Photo Tonee Harbert is seen here at his Roswell Artist-in-Residence compound studio earlier this year before social distancing and the museums had to close statewide due to the pandemic.

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New Mexico blasted by snow, wind and freezing temperaturesBlowing snow and slick roads were creating hazardous travel conditions Monday for northern and central New Mexico, as officials warned residents and travelers that the worst was still to come.

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New Mexico reports 9 new deaths, 732 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 9 additional COVID-19-related deaths on Monday.

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Navajo Nation: No new COVID-19 deaths for 6th day in a rowNavajo Nation health officials are reporting 76 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 but no additional deaths for a sixth consecutive day.

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What The Hell, New MexicoSeveral weeks before the Labor Day weekend those of us who paid attention to the covid numbers were rubbing our hands together in delight.

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Coronavirus: San Jose State game moved from New Mexico to Bay Area due to health orderSan Jose State’s football game Saturday against New Mexico has been moved from Albuquerque to San Jose’s CEFCU Stadium because of coronavirus concerns, the Mountain West Conference announced Monday.

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Winter storm hits New Mexico, bringing snow and record temperaturesWinter storm warnings are currently in effect for the majority of the state and are expected to continue through Wednesday.

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New Mexico Adds 1,703 COVID-19 Cases Over WeekendHelp keep local journalism fighting for you. Donate today to Friends of the Reporter.

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View from Interdune Boardwalk in White Sands National Monument-New Mexico Face Mask for Sale by Ruth HagerThe face mask is machine washable. All face masks are available for worldwide shipping and include a money-back guarantee.

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Delays Announced Due To WeatherDelays have been announced for the High Plains as the cold, wet weather makes its way in.

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New Mexico legislator flees home after threats receivedA state senator says he received anonymous threatening telephone messages after publicly criticizing people for gathering without masks at a political demonstration outside the state Capitol, and that he fears for his safety.

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Ex-New Mexico lawmaker Nick Salazar, 91, diesSANTA FE, N.M.  Former New Mexico state Rep. Nick Salazar, who served in the Legislature for 46 years until his retirement in 2018, has died.

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Mexico: izzi uses Edgeware for live OTT subtitlingEdgeware has announced that izzi, Mexico's largest cable TV operator, will expand its existing Edgeware TV CDN platform with the addition of new OCR subtitling features for its izzi TV service.

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New Mexico legislator flees home after receiving threatsA New Mexico state senator said he fled his house after receiving anonymous threatening telephone messages following his criticism of a protest outside the state Capitol against coronavirus restrictions.

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Analysis: What to watch for on election nightTraditionally red states like Georgia and Arizona have turned into fierce campaign battlegrounds. Biden signaled his confidence in a tweet on Oct.

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Concerns about voter intimidation loom in election run-upAlbuquerque resident Eleanor Chavez was driving by the 98th and Central early voting site on Saturday, Oct.

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UNM students vote for first time during tumultuous electionIts no secret that the 2020 election has been and will be unique compared to others in modern history.

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Lawsuit asks Wildlife Services to update its research on ‘outdated' wildlife management programThe WildEarth Guardians filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services agency, challenging the science behind what the group calls an “outdated wildlife-killing program.” The group filed the lawsuit in a federal district court.

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New Mexico lawmaker flees home after threats over social distancingA New Mexico state Senator fled his home Sunday after receiving multiple intimidating voicemail messages over the weekend, saying the threats were connected to his recent criticisms of a local protest against COVID-19 restrictions where many attendees were not wearing masks or social distancing.

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NM's hemp growers 'still new guys' in 2020It's late October in New Mexico, which means the state's hemp harvest is well and truly underway.

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23rd annual Flying 40 goes virtualALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  The pandemic can lock people down, but it cant stop New Mexico from celebrating its high-flying tec...

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Nm's Flying 40New Mexico's Flying 40 The Flying 40 tables are divided into three categories, including the top-10 firms in terms of total revenue regardless of growth; top-10, high-growth firms with above $10 million in revenue; and top-10 growth with below $10 million.

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Flying 40 on the riseNew Mexico's homegrown technology companies have flown to new heights over the last five years, with double - and triple-digit expansion in revenue and employment reflected in this year's Flying 40 list of fast-growing technology firms.

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NM's hemp growers 'still new guys' in 2020It's late October in New Mexico, which means the state's hemp harvest is well and truly underway.

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Imagine if NM had a yearly Flying 400Honoring those among us who create economic base jobs - i.e. wealth - should be standard operating procedure.

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Police investigate homicide in southeast AlbuquerqueAPD responded to a homicide in southeast Albuquerque near Central Ave. and Valencia Dr.

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New Mexico braces for incoming cold frontNew Mexico is bracing for an incoming cold front that is expected to bring a dose of winter in the form of snow.

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New Mexico legislator flees home after threats receivedA state senator says he received anonymous threatening telephone messages after publicly criticizing people for gathering without masks at a political demonstration outside the state Capitol, and that he fears for his safety.

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New Mexico legislator flees home after receiving threatsSANTA FE, N.M. — A New Mexico state senator said he fled his house after receiving anonymous threatening telephone messages following his criticism of a protest outside the state Capitol against coronavirus restrictions.

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Some UNM students frustrated with virus notificationsWednesday morning, during a near five-hour Board of Regents meeting in which school officials noted the campus' low COVID-19 case count relative to other higher education institutions in the region, one of the more sensitive aspects of the University of New Mexico's handling of the pandemic was put to the test.

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Pedestrian Killed Sunday In ClovisOn Sunday, October 25, 2020, at about 7:19 p.m., Officers of the Clovis Police Department responded to the 600 block of East Llano Estacado Boulevard in Clovis, New Mexico for a motor vehicle crash involving a pedestrian.

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Study shows drop in educator vacancies across New MexicoALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  Lower enrollment may have reduced vacancies, researcher says.

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New Mexico restaurants now keep logs of customersLast week, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced new restrictions requiring restaurants to keep a three-week log of all dine-in customers' names and phone numbers for contact-tracing purposes.

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Winter storm warning issuedA winter storm warning went into effect Sunday for much of southeast New Mexico, as the region is likely to be hit by a combination of snow and rain.

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New Mexico reports 828 new infections, a near recordDoña Ana County had the most new cases Saturday with 206, while Santa Fe County had 38, according to the state Department of Health.

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Cms To Delay School Start Time Due To WeatherClovis Municipal Schools will start on a 2-Hour Delay tomorrow, Monday, October 26. The 2-hour delay includes Remote and Hybrid.

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Oct 26, 2020 ComicsThe 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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Westside Emergency Housing Center resumes normal operations ahead of cold snapAlbuquerque city officials announced Sunday they're resuming normal operations at the Westside Emergency Housing Center ahead of the expected cold front.

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