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MADD New Mexico launches fundraiser to help continue providing services"I think something that's really surprising is we still have victims, there are still new crashes, there are still 54 people who have lost their lives in New Mexico this year," said Lindsey Valdez, program director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

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People describe chaos on evening of Onate protest shootingA woman who was thrown to the ground prior to a shooting at a Juan de protest testified at the shooter's preliminary hearing Thursday.

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222 Carla KuglerOn this week's episode, Paul interviews Carla Kugler. Carla heads up the.

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New Mexico adds more specific gating criteria for reopeningNew Mexico will have to meet new gating criteria ahead before more reopening can be considered.

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177 new cases and two new deaths related to COVID-19The state Department of Health announced 177 additional cases of COVID-19 and two related deaths Thursday.

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Updates on hospitalization and new cases for COVID-19 for Lea CountyLea Countys added 14 positive cases for COVID-19 on Thursday and 35 cases on Wednesday With those, the county now has a cumulative total of 876 residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 out of 12,996 tests.

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New Mexico reports 2 new deaths, 177 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported two additional COVID-19-related deaths on Thursday.

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WATCH: Gov. Lujan Grisham's 8/13 COVID-19 press conferenceMichelle Lujan Grisham and cabinet officials held a press conference on the states COVID-19 response and the U.S. Census effort in New Mexico on Thursday.

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Governor reports 'good news,' sets target for virus casesSANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham set a goal of reducing New Mexico's coronavirus infection rate to just 168 cases a day as her administration weighs whether to relax the state's public health order.&.

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NCAA denies extra season for Aggies guard AJ HarrisThe NCAA on Thursday informed New Mexico State University that the waiver request for senior guard AJ Harris to play one more season has been denied.

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Episode 77, Inside New Mexico With Steve PearceIn this week's episode, Steve talks about the wealthy fleeing New York City, the rise of crime in liberal cities, and the rise of socialist policies in America.

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New Mexico city agrees to police reforms in choke settlementA New Mexico city will seek to adopt racial bias training for police and may require officers to intervene in possible excessive force episodes following the choking death of a Latino man, according to an agreement in a lawsuit announced Thursday.

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Union votes no confidence, calls for Santa Fe mayor's ousterThe Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the resolution cites concerns about mismanagement over the past few years - from the death of an electrician last year to a botched plan to remove historical markers and statues following protests this year.

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APD: Laser aimed at helicopter prompted emergency landingPolice said APD's Air 2 helicopter had to make an emergency landing at the Albuquerque International Sunport early Thursday morning after a laser attack.

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UAB Looking For New Season Opening Opponent: New Mexico State Postpones Football SeasonThe UAB Blazers, already looking for two opponents after Alabama A&M and Old Dominion opted out of a 2020 Fall football season, now are looking to fill a vacancy for their season opener.

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Project will bring drinking water to New Mexico pueblosPOJOAQUE PUEBLO, N.M. — Work has started on a project that will bring drinking water to residents of four northern New Mexico pueblos as part of a settlement that ended a decades-long fight over water rights.

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The ForkWe were so pumped by how many folks wrote to tell us about what patios they've for sure visited in town that we figured this could be a good place to update the list.

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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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NMDWS applies for "Lost Wages Assistance" fundsThe New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions submitted an application to the United States Federal Emergency Management Administration for funding that would provide an additional $300 per week payments to New Mexicans receiving Unemployment benefits, according to a press release.

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Statewide gasoline price average flat week-to-weekThe statewide gas price average in New Mexico is $2.02 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA New Mexico Weekend Gas Watch.

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New Mexicans Criticize the Trump Administration's Reversal of EPA Oil and Gas Pollution ProtectionsCommentary: Today, the US Environmental Protection Agency finalized its proposals to eliminate methane protections from the EPA's New Source.

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No fall sports to be played at New Mexico StateNew Mexico State said early Thursday it has "postponed" its 2020 football season, while in a separate statement, the Western Athletic Conference announced it won't play any of the fall sports because of the ongoing public health concerns created by COVID-19.

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ABQ chiropractor offers tips to avoid bad posture when working from homeAs kids start a school year online, a local chiropractor brings up the importance of simple stretching to alleviate any potential aches and pains from sitting for long hours.

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New Mexico Governors Campaign Asks For Marijuana Feedback From SupportersThe governor of New Mexico is highlighting her work to advance marijuana legalization and is soliciting feedback on the issue from supporters as part of a reelection campaign fundraising effort.

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Catalog For New Mexico Breeders Sale Now Available OnlineThe catalog is now available for the 2020 New Mexico Breeders Sale and Open Mixed Session, which will be conducted online at.

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Pomp, Circumstance, And The WoodchuckI completed my requirements for my master’s degree by taking a seminar in metaphor, which would have been somewhat leaden if not for of its bubbly instructor. My efforts in class included discussions of the Great Chain of Being and the metaphorical implications of proverbs, the latter including a nod to the original Mickey Mouse&.

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New Mexico State University postpones 2020 football seasonThe 2020 football season for New Mexico State University was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2020 NM State Football Season PostponedNew Mexico State University announced the postponement of the 2020 football season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 8/13/20Yesterday, Socorro was hot, sunny and still. A few thunderstorms rolled through in the afternoon, if you could call them that. I don't remember any lightning or thunder, but the winds became gusty. The inverted-v sounding verified yesterday by the virga bombs and gusty, erratic winds.

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Navajo Nation reports 22 new COVID-19 cases, 4 additional deathsNez says another spike will devastate the health care system.

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Union Votes "No Confidence" in Santa Fe Mayor Alan WebberPlus: Health department warns of scam mask cards, city ponders policing changes and lawmakers continue to probe governor's spending.

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Legislature probes pandemic spending amid partisan clashesA panel of lawmakers authorized contract attorneys to continue efforts to confirm details about sources and destinations of the emergency spending, as lawmakers openly clashed about whether the governor had overstepped her authority and acted appropriately.

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Department of Health reports counterfeit face mask exemption cards being distributedThe New Mexico Department of Health has reported the use of fraudulent exemption cards that are being distributed to the public that indicates the holder of the card is exempt from wearing a face mask.

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2020 Census deadline changed to September 30The U.S. Census Bureau has announced its updated operational plans to collect and process 2020 Census data by September 30.

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Xcel Energy's new electric vehicle visionMINNEAPOLIS – Xcel Energy announced its vision to drive toward powering 1.5 million electric vehicles in its service areas by 2030.

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NMED's ozone air monitor in Carlsbad shut down for most of JulyPer New Mexico Environment Department records, the monitor showed hourly readings for ozone until about 1 p.m.

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College football's Top 25: The preseason Amway Coaches PollAfter Florida State wide receiver Warren Thompson said school leadership is neglecting health issues during football camp, other players pushed back.

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College football at New Mexico State shut down for fall due to COVIDNew Mexico State athletic director Mario Moccia confirmed Thursday that the school was postponing fall football.Â.

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New Mexico ranked as best state for racial equality in civic engagementIn order to determine which states have the most racial equality in civic engagement, WalletHub compared 48 states and the District of Columbia across five key metrics.

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Your turn: Let's talk about institutional racism in New MexicoCould it be that Democrat leaders suddenly remembered THEY have controlled every institution in New Mexico for nearly 100 years?

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No fall sports to be played at New Mexico StateNew Mexico State said early Thursday it has "postponed" its 2020 football season, while in a separate statement, the Western Athletic Conference announced it won't play any of the fall sports because of the ongoing public health concerns created by COVID-19.

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WAC fall sports canceled, New Mexico State postpones fall footballNew Mexico State athletic director Mario Moccia confirmed Thursday that the school was postponing fall football.Â.

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New Mexico State postpones footballNew Mexico State has announced the postponement of its football season because of COVID-19 concerns and state restrictions.

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What to know about groundwater contamination at an Artesia dairyThe State of New Mexico is investigating groundwater pollution at a dairy farm in Artesia, after routine testing showed heightened levels of multiple pollutants originating from the facility.

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New Mexico warns of fake face mask exemption cardsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico health officials are warning residents that fraudulent face mask exemption cards are being distributed to the public.

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The Latest: 5 lower-level tennis tournaments in US canceledFollow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond.

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UTEP loses New Mexico State from football schedule after Aggies pull plug on fallTexas now only non-conference game on UTEP's schedule; Senter, Dimel set for afternoon news conference.

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The Latest: New Mexico State postpones football.New Mexico State has announced the postponement of its football season because of COVID-19 concerns and state restrictions.

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New Mexico State, an FBS independent, moves football to springPlayers for New Mexico State, which plays football as an FBS independent program, were informed of the university's decision to postpone its season until the spring.

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As the climate warms, ranchers keep their eyes on the grassTom Sidwell says 2020 is the first year in forty that he’s been caught “flat-footed.” “And my wife won’t let me forget it, ” he joked during a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture Southwest Climate Hub webinar on drought in eastern New Mexico.

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New Mexicos virus caseload grows by 180New Mexico's coronavirus case count increased by 180 on Wednesday, bringing the statewide total to 22,816, according to the Department of Health.Â.

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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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New Mexico History Museum, monument vandalized in Santa FeSANTA FE, N.M. — A statue honoring a 20th Century Hispanic priest and World War II veteran has been vandalized along with the New Mexico History Museum walls in an apparent attack to honor an anniversary where Indigenous people revolted against early Spanish settlers.

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New Mexico closes in on virus goalsNew Mexico is now meeting its targets for coronavirus contact tracing - the time it takes to isolate someone who tests positive - after a dramatic turnaround over the past month.

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Friends want answers after beloved bar owner killed by Albuquerque policeFriends of a man who was shot and killed by police after reporting a home invasion are left wondering what exactly led to the confrontation.

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RISD reveals Mesa construction designAn artist’s rendering shows how Mesa Middle School will look when construction and renovation is complete about two years from now.

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Graff commended for years of youth mentorshipLt. Col. Jonathan Graff describes being driven by a desire to help youth achieve their goals.

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Man accused of stealing police car pleads not guiltyMonths after allegedly stealing a police vehicle and leading law enforcement in two counties on a high-speed chase, a Roswell man has pleaded not guilty to multiple criminal counts in connection with the incident.

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People using, distributing fraudulent face mask exemption cards could face felony chargeThe New Mexico Department of Health warns that fraudulent Face Mask Exemption Cards are being distributed in the state.

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New Mexico senators urge Trump to restore National Guard funding"The National Guard response has been critical within our states to supporting the health and well-being of millions of Americans," 33 national lawmakers wrote Wednesday, including Sens.

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New Mexico Supreme Court to hear arguments on indoor dining banThe New Mexico Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this month on whether to lift the state's ban on indoor dining amid the public health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus.

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New Office in New Mexico to Focus on Indigenous Cold CasesFirst lady Melania Trump receives an Indian Health Service. Task Force briefing on "Protecting Native American Children in the Indian Health System" at the White House in Washington, July 23, 2020.

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New Mexico wants Trump unemployment offer, says no to matchNew Mexico is saying yes to President Donald Trump's offer to provide a $300 weekly federal supplement to unemployment benefits, though without increasing the state's standard payout as suggested.

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4 Investigates: Chokehold policies vary across law enforcement agencies in NMRecent high profile deaths have police chokeholds and neck-holds under scrutiny with a growing number of calls to ban them.

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Fabian Gonzales claims right to speedy trial has been violated, wants case dismissedA man implicated in the death of 10-year-old Victoria Martens claims he has been denied the right to a speedy trial.

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Aggie Hour Podcast Set to Begin Friday, August 14Beginning Friday, August 14, NM State athletics in conjunction with NM State Sports Properties is set to launch the Aggie Hour Podcast sponsored by Coors Light.

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Terry Gene MondyTed was born on January 20, 1939, and went to see his Savior on Resurrection.

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Sarah Louise GrayServices are pending at LaGrone Funeral Chapel for Sarah Louise Gray, age 61, of Roswell, NM, who passed away Wednesday, August 12, 2020.

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NM lawmaker wants to help communities get broadband access"The reason this is so critical is communities in the United States, if you measure them, that have high speed broadband access are 50% more prosperous, and have 50% greater economic opportunities,"said Sen.

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Fronteristxs Against Private PrisonsNew artist / activist collective creates a visible and physical presence online to protest mass incarceration in the time of COVID-19.

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NM Supreme Court to take up restaurant lawsuitNew Mexico's Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for Aug. 26 in a case that focuses on the decision by Gov.

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Squatters express concerns after Albuquerque property is forced to clean upThe City of Albuquerque is demanding the owner of the Rising Phoenix Apartments clean up the property.

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City of Albuquerque keeps community centers open during school yearThe City of Albuquerque is opening 22 community centers for parents who need childcare during hte shcool year.

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UNM funds pandemic substance use disorder research projectsOnly 10% of people in the United States that need substance use disorder treatment are actually getting it, according to Dr. Laura Brown, a clinical assistant professor in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of New Mexico.

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As school year starts, APS getting families used to virtual learningOn day one of the school year, many parents with students in APS still have a lot of questions about virtual learning.

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New Mexico Republicans to pay 'special tribute' to militia founded by neo-Confederate, alongside Cowboys for Trump leader who said Black athletes shou"It's deeply troubling that the local GOP would openly endorse an event honoring a paramilitary group," said Lindsay Schubiner, program director at the Western States Center.

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Cases in southern, SE NM grow; total tests dropThe New Mexico Department of Health announced 180 additional COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and two additional deaths related to the disease.

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New Mexico History Museum, monument vandalized in Santa FeSANTA FE, N.M. — A statue honoring a 20th Century Hispanic priest and World War II veteran has been vandalized along with the New Mexico History Museum walls in an apparent attack to honor an anniversary where Indigenous people revolted against early Spanish settlers.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases 22,816New Mexico health officials report 180 new COVID-19 cases and two additional deaths.

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NM virus cases continue to fallNew Mexico is now averaging just 179 new coronavirus cases a day - pushing the state's seven-day rolling average to its lowest point since late June, according to a Journal analysis.

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Marion County, Alabama, crash kills New Mexico womanA two-vehicle collision early Monday morning near Hamilton claimed the life of a New Mexico woman.

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New Mexico reports 2 new deaths, 180 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported two additional COVID-19-related deaths on Wednesday.

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Crews respond to Bosque fire near TingleyFire crews are on the scene of a Bosque fire.

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DOH warns of fake mask ‘exemption' cardsThe New Mexico Department of Health says that “counterfeit” face covering exemption cards in Santa Fe County are not distributed by the state of New Mexico or the U.S. government as claimed on the cards.

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New office in New Mexico to focus on Indigenous cold casesU.S. officials have opened an office in New Mexico dedicated to investigating cold cases involving missing and murdered Indigenous people.

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Albuquerque man wanted on federal charges under Operation LegendThe FBI is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of 25-year-old Manuel Chavira.

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Miller, Anwar Named Among Top Five Assistant Coaches in WACComplete Stadium Release LAS CRUCES, N.M. - Winners of each of the last three Western Athletic Conference regular season titles, the NM State men's basketball team once again received validation that it possess not only some of the best players but some of the best coaching talent in the league.

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NM health insurer to close at end of 2020Article written by Stephen Hamway, Staff Writer for the Albuquerque Journal.

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UNM retakes the reins at Innovate ABQEfforts to develop the old First Baptist Church property at the corner of Central and Broadway Downtown into a bustling hub for entrepreneurial innovation have stalled in recent years, prompting the University of New Mexico to reclaim ownership and management over the seven-acre property to reinvigorate development activities there.

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NM insurer's closure prompts competitor to clarify companies' separationALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  The leaders of insurer True Health New Mexico have a message for the public: They're not New Mexico Health Connections, and they're not going out of business.

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Accidents Happen: Northern New Mexico Needs A LANL Site-Wide Environmental Impact StatementEditor, In light of the tragic accident in Beirut, shouldn’t we be looking at the potential danger of stored radioactive waste here in New Mexico?

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New office in New Mexico to focus on Indigenous cold casesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — U.S. officials have opened an office in New Mexico dedicated to investigating cold cases involving Indigenous people who are missing or have been killed.

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Former Eagle up for starting QB role at UTEPAs the 2020 fall season approaches, University of Texas at El Paso football coaches are preparing to pick their starting quarterback and former Hobbs Eagle Gavin Hardison is someone they favor.

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Interest in homeschooling has 'exploded' amid pandemicMISSION, Kan. — As parents nationwide prepare to help their children with more distance learning, a small but quickly growing number are deciding to take matters entirely into their own hands and begin homeschooling.

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Two vehicle accident on North Main StreetAlex Ross Photo Personnel with the Roswell Fire Department approach an SUV lying on its side at the scene of a two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning at the intersection of North Main and 19th streets.

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L'olivier to Close at Month's EndDowntown French eatery L'olivier announced today in an email blast that it will close at the end of the month.

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Ute Lake temporarily closed due to minimal staffState park officials announced the closure of Ute Lake on its website yesterday, August 11, with limited information as to why and how long.

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New Mexico's largest newspapers combine printing operationsALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Albuquerque Journal and the Santa Fe New Mexican newspapers are partnering to print both publications at the The New Mexican's production facility in Santa Fe in a cost-cutting move.

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CenturyLink offers tips to boost your WiFi performanceA lot of children will be learning from home - and parents will be working from home, too - so CenturyLink is offering tips to boost your WiFi without paying extra money.

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New Mexico health insurance co-op prepares to closePeople who lose their job-based insurance as a result of the economic crisis linked to COVID-19 are expected to flock to both Medicaid insurance and New Mexico's insurance exchange that provides subsidies to households with low and moderate incomes.

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Rick Pitino offered New York wing Massai GrahamPhoto credits to Observer Today Iona head coach Rick Pitino recently jumped on a zoom call with 2022 Tapestry Charter School wing Massai Graham and offered him a scholarship.

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Local vineyard wins four medals at 2020 Finger Lakes International Wine CompetitionEach spring, Enchantment Vineyard submits many of their wines to a variety of national and international wine competitions.

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Childcare centers see low COVID-19 transmissionAbout 30 toddlers had already arrived on July 13 for their day at the UNM Children's Campus when Daniela Baca learned someone who visited the center regularly had tested positive for COVID-19.

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New Mexico health insurance co-op prepares to closeA cooperative health insurance provider to 14,000 customers on New Mexico's subsidized marketplace will cease operations at the start of 2021.

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New Mexico Health Department calls out phony face mask 'exemption' cardsMoreover, counterfeit cards bearing the logo of state or federal agencies could lead to a criminal charges, the department said.Â.

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Lea adds 33 COVID-19 casesLea Countys added 33 positive cases for COVID-19 on Tuesday. With those, the county now has a cumulative total of 830 residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 out of 12,734 tests.

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New Mexico Republicans to pay 'special tribute' to militia founded by neo-Confederate, alongside Cowboys for Trump leader who said Black athletes shou"It's deeply troubling that the local GOP would openly endorse an event honoring a paramilitary group," said Lindsay Schubiner, program director at the Western States Center.

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Too Much and Never Enough: Mary L. Trumps scathing expose on the Trump familySince 2015, there has been speculation on the mental faculties of the man who would become our nations 45th president.

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New Mexicans Opt Out Of Forced UnionismBY PAUL GESSING President Rio Grande Foundation With New Mexico still in the throes of COVID19 it is easy to forget about other major public policy issues affecting the State and its economy. Just over two years ago, in the Janus v.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 8/12/20From the NWS in Albuquerque, NM: The upper-level high sits over southern New Mexico today, though a little moisture is being drawn in from the southwest. This will lead to a few afternoon thunderstorms over the higher elevations. While there is enough moisture to form a few cells, cells will remain dry, and gusty winds will be the primary...

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COVID19 Overreach Update: Healthy People Out of WorkNew Mexico's busy putting healthy folks out of work Myopic approach ignores too many important factors before lowering the boom BY ALAN R. WILSON ALBUQUERQUE ATTORNEY Another client of mine nearly closed weekend.

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School year begins for some New Mexico districtsThe school year is getting underway at some of New Mexico's largest public school districts as teachers, students and parents deal with remote learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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New Mexico Gov on DNC Line UpPlus: Another downtown monument vandalized and another SFPS employee tests positive for COVID-19.

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Portales man charged with failure to register as a sex offenderErich Riker, 44, of Portales, appeared in federal court Friday, August 7, for an arraignment.

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Mobile app available for accessing NM court case informationA new mobile app was presented to the public in the hope to provide convenient access to New Mexico court case information from portable electronic devices such as a cell phone or tablet.

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Educators push state retirement board to divest from private prisonsA growing coalition of organizations including the Santa Fe Dreamers Project, Teachers Against Child Detention, teachers' unions and two local school boards among others, have lobbied for the ERB to divest from stock in the Florida-based GEO Group and Tennessee-based CoreCivic, the latter formerly known as the Corrections Corporation of America.Â.

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New office in New Mexico to focus on Indigenous cold casesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — U.S. officials have opened an office in New Mexico dedicated to investigating cold cases involving Indigenous people who are missing or have been killed.

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Placebo to replay classic festival sets on new 'Lost Tapes' virtual tour'Lost Tapes' will begin on Friday with a classic UK show from 1996.

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New Mexico's largest newspapers combine printing operationsThe Albuquerque Journal and the Santa Fe New Mexican are partnering to print both publications at the The New Mexican's production facility in Santa Fe.

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Carlsbad eateries demanded closed after defying State's COVID-19 orderA sign is erected to protest Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's order that restaurants close indoor dining, Aug.

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ICE is making sure migrant kids don't have COVID-19 — then expelling them to "Prevent the spread" of COVID-19Since March, the Trump administration has pushed thousands of migrant children back to their home countries without legal screenings or protection, citing the risk that they could be carrying COVID-19 into the United States.

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State lawmaker resigns, will run for county sheriffNew Mexico state Rep. Patricio Ruiloba has resigned from his Albuquerque-area seat and will run for Bernalillo County sheriff, the Democrat said Tuesday.

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New Mexico's busy putting healthy folks out of workAnother client of mine nearly closed weekend. Scarpa's was visited by two state police officers, and then by city health department officials.

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Some NM population stats to crow aboutIf you are from New Mexico, you are probably familiar with the lesser prairie-chicken, a prairie grouse species native to the southern Great Plains.

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New Mexico's busy putting healthy folks out of workAnother client of mine nearly closed weekend. Scarpa's was visited by two state police officers, and then by city health department officials.

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A Letter from Israel Francisco Haros Lopez"This is the power and importance of smaller presses that aren't tied to big institutions."

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Queercore 2: Electric BoogalooDocumentary filmmaker Yony Leysery's impactful and iconic 'Queercore' doc returns to Santa Fe Filmmaker Yony Leyser gets into the punk rock spirit with an online convo courtesy of the Center for Contemporary Arts.

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How La Boca Met the PandemicChef James Campbell Caruso's disappearing parking spots and anthropological pursuits La Boca's James Campbell Caruso—not messing around and still cooking it up.

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‘An American Pickle' ReviewSimon Rich's 2013 novella Sell Out was serialized in The New Yorker for a time, but its core tenets could have been ripped from the 1880s and Tolstoy's How Much Land Does a Man Need?

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Back to School Reading List for Grown-UpsIn a world that seems a little upside down, please sit on your cat's lap and purr while she reads to you aloud.

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Letters to the EditorI adopted several older cats, and they have been the most loving, wonderful cats, and I would not trade them for any so-called "shiny new kittens." Also, I believe that such a comment works to undo the progress made locally in raising awareness about pet overpopulation and the importance of having your pet spayed / neutered so there is not a...

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SFR Digital-ish Picks—Week of August 12Tailgates and auctions, gloryholes and the power of virtuality Courtesy Nosotros Facebook.

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COVID-19 by the NumbersA DIY guide to keeping track of New Mexico's pandemic Looking for COVID-19 data? The health department's data dashboard is one of several spots for tracking down the latest information.

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An Alternative Policing TheoryBased on success in Colorado Springs, Santa Fe considers new emergency response unit for behavioral health issues, but details are thin Colorado Springs' "Community Response Team" sends a cop, a medic and a councilor to respond to behavioral health calls - Colorado Springs Fire Department.

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School year begins for some New Mexico districtsSANTA FE, N.M. — The school year is getting underway at some of New Mexico's largest public school districts as teachers, students and parents deal with remote learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Graffiti marks up statue, wall at New Mexico History MuseumCrews with the New Mexico History Museum, which oversees the library, were able to remove the paint from the statue by Tuesday afternoon but were less successful restoring the wall.

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New Mexicans face more uncertainty after Trump rolls back Obama-era housing rulesAlbuquerque's struggle with homelessness has been well-documented throughout the years, and now the rollback of an Obama-era housing rule could lead to an even more precarious situation for marginalized New Mexico residents.

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911 audio released from JB White shootingNewly released 911 audio is shedding more light on what happened the night Santa Fe High School basketball star JB White was shot and killed at a party more than a week ago.

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City asks for $12.7 million in CARES fundingThe city’s CARES funding request projects pandemic-related losses and expenses until December, says Juan Fuentes, administrative services director for the city of Roswell.

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City Council to consider transit budget requestThe Roswell City Council will consider approval of a budget request for fiscal year 2022 from the transit department this week.

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Political experts speculate what's next for Gov. Lujan-Grisham after VP speculation falls throughGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has been in the national spotlight these past few weeks for her response to the COVID-19 pandemic and for speculation over being a potential vice president selection.

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Home occupation resolution concerns local businessmanTony Casarez, owner of Tony’s Exterminating, stands in his home that he built himself as his company grew.

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Judge grants no-contact order in shooting death trialA local judge Monday approved the state’s motion for a no-contact order in the case of a man accused of shooting to death his own brother and then allegedly trying to impact testimony provided by a relative during a court proceeding.

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13 new COVID-19 cases reported in Chaves CountyTo date,  475 positive cases have been reported in Chaves County out of 12,135 tests performed, according to the New Mexico Department of Health’s website. Of those positive cases, 111 are designated as recovered.

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Assistance League restarts Operation School BellOn Aug. 7, Altrusa International of Roswell members, from left, Claudette Foster and Janice Villareal presented a $500 check to Assistance League President Kay Jones, Operation School Bell Chair Dianna Dosher and VP Resource Development Chair Judy Hobson at the chapter house.

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Roswell Rotary Club installs road signsOne of two signs recently installed by Roswell Rotary Club members on roads coming into Roswell.

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ENMMC receives quality achievement awardEastern New Mexico Medical Center has received the American Heart Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Bronze Quality Achievement Award.

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Another monument vandalized in Santa FeA statue of a Catholic priest, author and historian that stands outside the Museum of New Mexico and some of the walls of the museum in downtown Santa Fe were spray-painted with graffiti in an apparent act of defiance by Native American activists.

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With Election Day in sight, NM absentee ballot planning underwayNew Mexico county clerks in 10 counties - including Bernalillo, Sandoval, Doña Ana and Santa Fe - have notified the Secretary of State's Office they intend to start sending absentee ballot applications to all registered voters in their counties next month.

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Roswell Rotary Club passes the gavelRoswell Rotary Club experienced a unique officer change-over ceremony this year. The gavel was passed through a Zoom meeting from Cindy Torrez to Willis Scharmer.

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Tamra Elaine CraigTamra Elaine Craig, age 69, was born on April 26, 1951, in Dona Ana, New Mexico to Bill and Wanda Abernathy and joined her heavenly Father August 8, 2020.

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D.C. nonprofit sent ballot applications to 400,000 New MexicansNew Mexicos most populous counties will automatically send out absentee ballot applications to registered voters ahead of the November election, but they wont be the only ones.

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Border Patrol arrests wanted man, drug smuggler in New MexicoBorder Patrol said. The Border Patrol said a canine alerted agents at the Alamogordo immigration checkpoint to the possible presence of narcotics in a vehicle on Thursday.

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Many unanswered questions for New Mexico on federal jobless aidAccording to an executive order, the federal government would supply $300 per week in extra unemployment benefits, with states required to contribute an additional $100 per week.

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'New Mexican' plant will print 'Albuquerque Journal'Robin Martin, president of The New Mexican, and William P. Lang, president of the Journal, collaborated and determined the two production facilities, just 50 miles apart, could operate more efficiently as a single operation.

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ABQ Business First: New state funds available to help businesses hit by pandemicSmall businesses struggling to stay afloat now have access to $400 million in state loans to help them pay employees and operating costs.

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New Mexico lawmaker resigns, will run for Bernalillo sheriffRIO RANCHO, N.M — New Mexico state Rep. Patricio Ruiloba has resigned from his Albuquerque-area seat and will run for Bernalillo County sheriff, the Democrat said Tuesday.

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Cancellation of fall sports creates more struggle for Lobo fan merch storesWith no fall sports planned for the Lobos, owners of Lobo-themed athletic gear stores are left wondering how they'll survive.

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Let's Talk Water Issues in New MexicoLet's Talk New Mexico 8/11 8a: The Navajo community of To'Hajiilee faces severe water shortages and has worked with Bernalillo County to find a way to pipe.

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Drive-in movie theater comes to Santa Fe DownsA new drive-in movie theater at the Santa Fe Downs called &; will be open for business this week.

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Downtown protest calls for the abolition of policeA protest organized by the Red Nation is calling for the abolition of police.

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Journal will be printed in SF starting Oct. 12New Mexico's two largest newspaper companies have announced a partnership that allows the two companies to print their publications from a single location.

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NM Democrats praise Biden's choice of Harris for running mateWhile presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did not choose New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham as his running mate, he followed through on his promise to select a woman as his running mate when he chose California U.S. Senator Kamala Harris on Tuesday.

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APD: Motorcyclist killed in crashThe Albuquerque Police Department is investigating a fatal crash involving a.

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New Mexico COVID-19 numbers jump by 202 cases, three deathsIn all, the state has seen 22,643 cases and 693 deaths.

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Five problem properties demolished in AlbuquerqueThe City of Albuquerque has demolished five dilapidated properties that plagued neighborhoods across the Duke City.

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Meetings canceled as New Mexico agency stretches resourcesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A panel that oversees water quality and permitting issues across New Mexico was forced to cancel its scheduled meeting Tuesday, marking the second time in as many months that the state Environment Department finds itself without the staff needed to organize meetings for the boards and commissions under its umbrella.

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New Mexico reports another 202 COVID-19 cases, 3 deathsNew Mexico health officials on Tuesday reported another 202 COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to more than 22,640 since the coronavirus pandemic began.

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Dona Ana County has 50 of New Mexico's 202 new virus casesSANTA FE, New Mexico — New Mexico health officials on Tuesday reported another 202 Covid-19 cases, with Doña Ana County accounting for a quarter of all those infections, bringing the state's total to more than 22,640 since the pandemic began.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases: 22,643New Mexico health officials report 202 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths.

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202 new COVID-19 cases, growth continues in Dona Ana County, SE NMOn Tuesday, the state Department of Health announced 202 new cases of COVID-19 in the state and three additional deaths related to the disease.

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NM virus cases stable after July spikeSANTA FE  New Mexico reported 202 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, as infections appeared to stabilize following a steep drop from late July.

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New Mexico Man Dies of Plague 2 Weeks After the State's First Reported Case of 2020The Rio Arriba County man, who was not publicly identified, was in his 20s and had been hospitalized before his death, the New Mexico Department of Health said in a news release on Friday.

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New Mexico reports 184 recoveries from COVID-19, 202 new casesNew Mexico state health officials announced 202 new COVID-19 cases in the state Tuesday and an additional three deaths related to the disease.

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New app introduced for court case lookupSANTA FE — The Administrative Office of the Courts has introduced a smartphone app for New Mexico court case lookup.

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Compensation for pandemic losses soughtSANTA FE — A Roswell musician. A Clovis liquor store. A floral shop with locations in the Four Corners.

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Opinion: Trump should not muddy TikTok watersThe social media app TikTok has been downloaded more than 175 million times in the U.S. alone since its global launch in 2018.

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New Mexico Man Dies of Plague 2 Weeks After State's First Case of 2020The Rio Arriba County man, who was not publicly identified, was in his 20s and had been hospitalized before his death, according to health officials.

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V-J Day met with joy, and many tearsThe news of peace, The Portales Tribune told us, was received in various moods. It came about 5 p.m.

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Republicans lash out at Oil and Gas AssociationSANTA FE — Three of New Mexico's top Republicans lashed out at the state Oil and Gas Association in an opinion column this week, exposing a rift between two organizations that normally work well together on state energy policies and politics.

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New Mexico reports 3 new deaths, 202 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported three additional COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday.

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New Mexico State weighs options as football schedule shrinks to fourMario Moccia, director of athletics for New Mexico State University, speaks to the NMSU board of regents about the Athletics FY20 RPSP request for funding, Wednesday October 3, 2018.

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Biden picks California Sen. Kamala Harris as his VPBiden picks California Sen. Kamala Harris as his VP, making her the first Black woman on major party presidential ticket.

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An Incomplete Census Hurts all New MexicansCommentary: Right now, the 2020 Census, the data derived from it and the redistricting process that comes after, is under threat.

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New Mexico Health Connections, Non-Profit Health Insurer, to Cease Operations in 2021ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Â The Board of Directors of the New Mexico Health Connections CO-OP has voted to cease operations beginning January 1, 2021.

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Many unanswered questions for New Mexico on jobless aidAccording to the executive order, the federal government would supply $300 per week in extra unemployment benefits, with states required to contribute an additional $100 per week.

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CCC moves to online this FallOfficials have announced that all academic classes taught at Clovis Community College will be offered online this fall. Courses will include virtual lectures and interactive access with instructors through the fall semester.

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NMED: What you need to knowEarlier this month, the New Mexico Environment Department filed an emergency amendment to require employers to report positive COVID-19 cases in the workplace to the Department's Occupational Health and Safety Bureau within four hours of being notified of the case.

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Ute Water Commission tackle some tough decisionsMembers of the Ute Water Commission met today during a regular meeting to undertake some difficult decisions pertaining to the new JPA agreement.

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New Mexico is still waiting for justice 75 years since the Manhattan ProjectThe views expressed by Opinion contributors are their own and not the views of Changing America or The Hill.

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Gov. Lujan Grisham to speak at Democratic National ConventionGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will speak on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.

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NM health insurer to close at end of 2020ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  New Mexico Health Connections will voluntarily cease its health plan operations at the beginning of 2021, according to a letter provided to the Journal.

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New Mexico man in his 20s dies of plagueA New Mexico man has died of plague, known in medieval times as the Black Death.

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Deming Art Council shares in $1.5M grant from New Mexico ArtsLocal artist and sculptor Diana LeMarbe is currently showing several pieces in wood work during the Deming Art Council's Plein Air Art Show at the Deming Art Center, 100 S.

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Mexico's new warning labels on junk food meet supersized opposition from U.S., EUThe United States, European Union, Canada and Switzerland, home to some of the world's biggest food companies, have pressed Mexico to delay upcoming health warnings on processed food and drinks, a World Trade Organization document showed.

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Mexico reports 6,686 new coronavirus cases, 926 more deathsMexico's health ministry on Tuesday reported 6,686 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 926 additional fatalities, bringing the totals in the country to 492,522 infections and 53,929 deaths.

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Lujan Grisham to speak at Democratic National ConventionGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham will speak at the unusual Democratic National Convention next week, where former Vice President Joe Biden will formally accept the Democratic nomination.

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221 Governor Knows BestOn this week's discussion podcast, Paul and Wally begin by discussing the new "viral video" Governor Knows Best!

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So Is This The Day The Music Died?Depressed this week. Why? Theres that darn pandemic but thats not it, not really. Its this country.

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New Mexico Ethics Commission seeks subpoena for first timeSANTA FE, N.M. — The New Mexico State Ethics Commission is invoking its full investigatory powers for the first time with a request for court approval of a subpoena.

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You can vacation safely in New MexicoIn May it appeared that tourism would be another victim of the coronavirus, but recently I watched flocks of millennials flying down the ski mountain at Angel Fire on $4,000 mountain bikes and ride back up on chairlifts outfitted with bike racks.

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Senior Zane Martin says he's leaving UNM basketballCiting uncertainty around sports in New Mexico and the Mountain West Conference, Zane Martin, the Lobo basketball team's leading returning scorer for the coming season, announced Tuesday morning he is transferring out of the program.

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SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing #Antibody #Titers in #Convalescent #Plasma and Recipients in New Mexico: An Open #Treatment Study in #COVID19 PatientsSARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibody Titers in Convalescent Plasma and Recipients in New Mexico: An Open Treatment Study in COVID-19 Patients Steven B Bradfute, PhD, Â Ivy Hurwitz, PhD, Â Alexandra V Yingling, MSc, Â Chunyan Ye, MSc, Â Qiuying Cheng, PhD, Â Timothy P Noonan, MD, Â Jay S Raval, MD, Â Nestor R Sosa, MD, Â Gregory J Mertz, 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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Theaters maintain positive outlookIt may be hard to remember now, but before the pandemic began, streaming movies on our TVs and laptops was not the only way of enjoying a new film.

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Opinion: Stimulus may be last nail for dollarGovernment actions have consequences. Some people were happy with the so-called stimulus checks they got from the federal government.

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Library staff keeping cleanliness in mindOne resource that has remained open to the public this summer despite numerous businesses and attractions being closed is the Clovis-Carver Public.

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Officials take residents to task on illegal dumpingPORTALES — Roosevelt County officials on Tuesday implored residents to take pride in their own housecleaning.

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Education digestCCC receives five-year grant Clovis Community College has received a five-year U.S. Department of Education TRIO Student Support Services grant, which will help it support 180 low-income, first-generation or disabled college students.

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Pages pastOn this date... 1970: Postal clerk Charlie Nelson had retired after four decades in the Portales post office.

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Feeling fresh appreciation for washer and dryerI have fresh appreciation this week for two of the appliances in my house: the washing machine and dryer.

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Opinion: Life's meaning summed up with loveAs you get older, you get more used to death. You become familiar with seeing your elders pass on.

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Faith: 'Dead as a doornail' isn't end of storyLazarus was dead. Of that sad fact everyone was now absolutely sure. He had been barely breathing when Mary and Martha, his sisters, had sent the urgent message to Jesus to beg the Lord to return to help the desperate friends.

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Report: School staff happy to be working in classrooms againPORTALES — As school board members met online Monday, they heard reports of Portales Municipal Schools staff happy to be working in classrooms again as they prepare for the new school year.

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Jail logBooked The following were booked into local jails : Clovis ∞ Cecilia Sandoval-Jimenez, 23, aggravated driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug ∞ Tia Osby, 22, probation violation, driving under the influence of liquor, speeding, no seat belts, no insurance ∞ Paul Aragon, 51, assault upon a peace o...

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Joe Biden names Harris VP pickJoe Biden has named his one-time rival Kamala Harris as his running mate, the campaign revealed Tuesday, elevating California's junior senator as the first woman of color to appear on a major party's presidential ticket.

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Mountain West Conference cancels fall sportsThe Mountain West Conference, which includes the University of New Mexico Lobos, has canceled fall sports, including football, because of COVID-19 concerns.

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

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Reward After All That WorkGot up stiff from all the hard work the day before. Had a leisurely pack. Clouds gathering already. Oh boy, come on rain. I shall duplicate the wonderful last rain day at La Pasada Encantada. Closer to the fence because the parking area is almost full but still plenty of room to open the barn doors.

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Police shoot, kill man during foot pursuit in SE AlbuquerqueAt least one Albuquerque Police Department officer shot and killed a man during a foot pursuit in southeast Albuquerque overnight.

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Shop localOne of the many advantages of living in New Mexico is the availability of plentiful local produce.

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New Mexico Shouldn't Double Down On Failed System of Child Abuse ReportingLUCIEN FRAUD / SHUTTERSTOCK Even as we finally come to grips with the racial bias that permeates so many aspects of American life, some people in New Mexico, as in much of the country, promote a narrative about child abuse and COVID-19 that is, at its core, riven with racial and class bias.

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New Mexico close to adopting oil and gas water rulesNew Mexico regulators are close to adopting a set of rules focused on the wastewater that is produced during oil and gas operations.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases Continue DecliningPlus: NM Courts introduce app, Santa Fe gets a drive-in movie theater and MWC nixes fall sports.

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Neighbor dispute leads to deadly police shooting on West SideAPD is investigating an officer-involved shooting on Albuquerque's West Side Monday night.

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UPDATE: Lowest number of in-patients reported statewideEight new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Eastern New Mexico by state health officials, as well as 132 additional cases statewide, on Monday.

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Public Education Department launches NM Childcare SurveyThe New Mexico Public Education Department has launched a NM Childcare Survey to gain information about the childcare needs of New Mexico families.

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Letter: New Mexico health plan to cease operationsALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  New Mexico Health Connections will voluntarily cease its health plan operations at the beginning of 2021, according to a letter provided to the Journal.

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NM Finance Authority offers loans for New Mexico small business recoveryDeming downtown streets were empty shortly after the noon hour on Thursday. People are staying home in response to the state health department's new emergency health order to combat COVID-19.

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New Mexico Ethics Commission seeks subpoena for first timeSANTA FE, N.M. — The New Mexico State Ethics Commission is invoking its full investigatory powers for the first time with a request for court approval of a subpoena.

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Florida Tech, Steward partner with New Mexico medical schoolMedical students from Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, in partnership with Florida Tech begin clinical rotations at Rockledge Regional Medical Center this month.

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Presley Oldhama€™s Precious Pearl Jewellery Is Handmade in New MexicoPresley Oldham – the nephew of American fashion designer Todd Oldham – is celebrating a family heritage with his own namesake label.

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Visit Mexico: Welcome to New LionThe platform that seeks to promote tourism in the country fell victim to mockery and criticism after the names of several states and places were mistranslated on its website.

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ISC mulls water projects after diversion project scrappedThe Interstate Stream Commission is considering how to move forward on several water infrastructure projects — and future coordination with the New Mexico Central Arizona.

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Census Workers Begin Door-to-Door Visits After Trump Moves DeadlineCensus Workers Begin Door-to-Door Visits After Trump Moves Deadline ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Starting today, census takers will begin visiting homes that haven't returned their 2020 census forms.

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Outbreak threatens New Mexico chile industryArguably the state's most identifiable product, chile takes center stage toward the end of the summer.

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MWC cancels fall sports, including Lobo footballThe Mountain West Conference, which includes the University of New Mexico Lobos, has canceled fall sports, including football, because of COVID-19 concerns, and will consider playing them in the spring, the league announced Monday.

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Albuquerque artist and teacher beautifies neighborhood with muralsWhen the pandemic forced businesses to close in March, Albuquerque artist and teacher Courtney Angermeier put all her efforts into spreading positivity and raising money for relief efforts.

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Changes coming to troubled apartment complex in southeast AlbuquerqueResidents at the Rising Phoenix Apartments in southeast Albuquerque are worried they'll be tossed back on the streets after the city promised to crack down on the.

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New Mexico close to adopting oil and gas water rulesSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico regulators are close to adopting a set of rules focused on wastewater produced during oil and gas ; The Oil Conservation Commission is expected during its meeting in early September to vote on the final language after hashing out a draft during a virtual public meeting last week.

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RISD board to hear about future construction projectsWith the new Del Norte Elementary School ready to open, Roswell Independent School District will turn its attention to its next construction projects — Mesa Middle School and Nancy Lopez Elementary School.

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Downtown sign tracks census responsesMembers of the Roswell 2020 Complete Count Committee stand by a sign placed Monday morning outside the Roswell Visitors Center on North Main Street showing how close the area is to its goal of getting a 50,000 population count for the 2020 Census.

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5 new local COVID-19 cases reported MondayChaves County added 27 new cases of COVID-19 in two days, according to the New Mexico Department of Health’s daily updates.

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Man taken into custody after standoffRoswell Police officers and a SWAT team vehicle are stationed outside a 1600 block of South Washington Avenue home Sunday afternoon, during a standoff with an armed man.

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Man charged with criminal sexual contact with a minorA 61-year-old Roswell man accused of committing sexual acts on a child has been arrested on an outstanding warrant.

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Mountain West cancels fall sports, including footballThe Mountain West Conference, which includes the University of New Mexico Lobos, has canceled fall sports, including football, because of COVID-19 concerns, and will consider playing them in the spring, the league announced Monday.

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Weather Data: 8/3/20-8/9/20Time for my 18th week of weather station data! Â No lost data this week.

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New Mexico deserves to be countedAt current census response rates, New Mexico is leaving billions of dollars on the table.

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