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'We're sitting ducks.' As coronavirus swept through a halfway house, state officials reported nothing.ALBUQUERQUE — At least 25 residents of one of New Mexico's largest halfway houses have tested positive for COVID-19.

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

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Town hall with NM scientists provides answers to questions about COVID-19New Mexico is one of two states - the other is New York - that meets the gating criteria set by the White House for reopening, according to a group of public health and crisis experts.

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It's official: Santa Fe faces a 'Financial Emergency'City employees stand to lose some benefits to help close the city's budget gaps. development on key projects continues.

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Best accuses Oropesa of reporting local businessA Roswell city councilor denied he reported a COVID-19 business violation to the state and challenged his accuser - another City Council member - to prove he did.

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Bail set for man charged in gas station explosionAlex Ross Photo A charred fuel pump at the Bell Gas station at 1815 Southeast Main St. in Roswell May 18.

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Local health council considers joining state initiativeMembers of the Chaves County Health Council are considering joining a statewide health project.

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No new local COVID-19 cases reported WednesdayCases of COVID-19 continue to rise across the state, though no new positive tests for the virus were reported in Chaves County Wednesday.

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NMDOT to remove signs on state road right-of-waysThe state Department of Transportation, in a press release issued Wednesday, reminded residents, candidates and campaigns that state law prohibits any person from "placing, maintaining or displaying any unauthorized sign upon any highway."

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Roswell championship footballers celebrateSara Sanchez Photo During the graduation parade, several Roswell championship football players pose for a picture.

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Sports Speak Up! Bezos should be a Lobo booster » Albuquerque JournalNew Mexico do when its main campus and athletic department are in quicksand? Possibly contact a person with a treasure chest of riches and connections to Albuquerque and UNM about not only rescuing them but making them a major player, too?

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YAFL is hopeful that fall season can be conducted as scheduled » Albuquerque JournalThe New Mexico Youth American Football League has been around more than 50 years, and organizers believe it isn't going anywhere despite the threat of COVID-19.

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NMAA board to discuss return of athletes » Albuquerque JournalThat is the date the staff of the New Mexico Activities Association is recommending to its board of directors to begin phasing in the return of high school athletics around the state.

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Robinson leaves position with Lobo men's basketball » Albuquerque JournalBut for about two decades now since growing up in the Toronto area to playing college basketball at Bradley to playing for the Canadian National Team to playing overseas and then getting into coaching, including for the past three years with the New Mexico Lobos, basketball sure has been the most demanding and time-consuming part of his life.

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Mary Lucy RomeroMary Lucy Romero, 79 of Roswell, NM went to be with her beloved Savior on May 24th, 2020.

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New Mexico Court of Appeals candidates at a glanceEditor's note: Written responses were edited for length. Republicans Barbara Johnson and Gertrude Lee, running in Positions 1 and 2, respectively, did not respond.

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Gallinas Springs PuebloSometimes what is called for is an adventure that is mostly driving. I will on occasio...

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Restaurant owners in Southeast New Mexico excited to reopenWe have a nice steak you want to enjoy, you know? It's different eating it with an ambiance, opposed to eating it out of a box from home or inside your car, ” said Antigua Cocina Mexicana's owner, Saul Aguilar.

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New Mexican pizza franchise expands into grocery storesShoppers will soon be able to find a New Mexican frozen pizza option at their local grocery store.

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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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Amazon fulfillment center expected to bring 1,000 jobs to New MexicoThe new fulfillment center is expected to bring 1,000 new jobs to New Mexico.

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New Mexico's 1st Congressional District candidates try to appeal to votersThree people are running to represent the Republican Party in New Mexico's 1st Congressional District, which makes up the heart of the urban and central area of New Mexico.

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Coronavirus stimulus funds: How to recognize your IRS prepaid debit cardThe IRS is sending out prepaid debit cards to four million people across the country, but some people have confused the stimulus money for junk mail or a scam.

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Some restaurant patios busier than othersRestaurants in New Mexico reopened their patios Wednesday.

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Influential senator: NM budget cuts might not be deep for now » Albuquerque JournalNew Mexico Senate budget guru John Arthur Smith said Wednesday that hefty state cash reserves and federal stimulus funds could alleviate the need for deep spending cuts during an upcoming special session.

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Q&A: 2nd Judicial District Court judge Division 6Name: Daniel E. Ramczyk Political Party: Democratic Occupation: State district judge, 2nd Judicial District, New Mexico City of residence: Albuquerque Relevant experience: Twenty years practicing as an attorney including private practice with Miller Stratvert Torgerson...

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Amid coronavirus, New Mexico governor criticized for buying jewelryMichelle Lujan Grisham removes her face mask at the start of an update on the COVID-19 outbreak in New Mexico and the state's effort to limit the impact of the disease on residents, during a news conference at the State Capitol in Santa Fe, N.M., Wednesday May 27, 2020.

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Group crowdsources 10,000 masks for health care workers on Navajo NationA grassroots effort to get N-95 masks to health care workers on the frontlines of COVID-19 has really taken off.

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Operator of pop-up drive-in theater weighing options after learning he's in violation of governor's orderFor at least three weekends during coronavirus pandemic, a Rio Rancho man has hosted a pop-up drive-in experience.

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Restaurants in NM resume outdoor diningRestaurants in New Mexico scrambled to reopen after the governor announced outdoor seating would be permitted.

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127 new COVID-19 cases, four additional deaths in NMOn Wednesday, state health officials announced an additional 127 cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico and four additional deaths related to the disease.

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New Mexico governor slammed for buying jewelry amid closuresSANTA FE, N.M. — Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is facing criticism for a jewelry purchase from a store in Albuquerque after she ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases: 7,252Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state officials will give update tomorrow on the public health orders.

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NM COVID-19 death toll rises to 329; virus spreading below peak levels » Albuquerque JournalNew Mexico coronavirus infections and deaths remained below peak levels Wednesday, with state officials poised to relax additional business restrictions starting next week.

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You can adopt your new furry friend online with Animal Humane New MexicoOpen for adoptions. The coronavirus pandemic put so many businesses on hold including Animal Humane New Mexico.

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Dona Ana County COVID-19 cases rise by 13 with New Mexico's daily report WednesdayNew Mexico state health officials announced 127 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths related to the virus Wednesday.

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Pandemic PollingAs the state gradually reopens from its coronavirus closure, it's not only nurseries, bike shops and clothing stores that must figure out how to do business while maintaining social distancing-county clerks across the state are conducting their first primary election during a pandemic.

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New Mexico reports 4 more COVID-19 deaths, 127 additional casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 4 additional COVID-19-related deaths in the state on Wednesday.

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Congressman urges New Mexico to extend mail-in vote deadlineSANTA FE, N.M. — U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján on Wednesday urged New Mexico´s top election regulator to provide more time for people to submit absentee ballots by mail in the state's June 2 primary even though state law may not allow it.

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Review: Richard Artschwager's New Mexico Drawings at Sprueth MagersThe works are an understated coda to his adventurous output, which spanned Minimalism, Conceptual art, and Pop.

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City of Albuquerque allowing restaurants to expand outdoor seating areasFor the second summer in a row, the City of Albuquerque is allowing restaurants to add sidewalk seating.

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Members of congress want answers on $3 million contract for possibly substandard masks for Navajo NationMembers of Congress from New Mexico and Arizona sought answers about a $3 million contract given to a former White House staffer to supply masks to the Navajo Nation.

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APD officer involved in crash on the West SideAn Albuquerque Police Department field officer was involved in a crash Wednesday, according to a department spokesperson.

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ABQ working with restaurants to add outdoor seating » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Now that outdoor restaurant dining is allowed again in New Mexico, officials in the state's largest city say they would like to make it easier to offer.

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Moments in History: Chaco Culture National Historical ParkMesa Verde was the center of civilization for one community of Ancestral Puebloans. The other major site for ancient ruins in the southwest is Chaco Culture National Historic Site.

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Oil and Gas plays big in elections, despite COVID-19The oil and gas industry may have cratered over the last few months due to a steep drop in consumer demand brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, but it's still a major player in shaping New Mexico's state Legislature.

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New Mexico Governor breaks her own COVID-19 shutdown order to buy jewelryMore and more people are beginning to fight back against the stay-at-home orders now that the nicer weather is getting here, so naturally our elected officials are taken aback by people who are not simply falling in line.

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New Mexico may elect historic all-female U.S. House delegationIn this photo taken Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020, eight candidates who seek the Democratic nomination in an open race for New Mexico's 3rd Congressional District gathered to answer questions from teenage girls affiliated with the youth empowerment group Girls Inc.

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New Mexico State secondary full of potential, but short on experienceStrong safety Jason Simmons Jr. is the most experienced player in the New Mexico State secondary.

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Coronavirus: New Mexico studies single-payer health care amid COVID-19Public officials in New Mexico continue to contemplate a possible transition to single-payer health care in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Company scams New Mexicans seeking protective masksClick here for updates on this story. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Scammers have been cashing in on your anxieties during this pandemic, your stimulus checks, your pets and even your protective gear.

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Amazon opening New Mexico fulfillment center near AlbuquerqueAmazon has come under fire for working conditions at its warehouses; a 2019 analysis by Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting found the 23 Amazon sites it studied combined for a serious injury rate over twice the national average for warehouses.

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State auditor looking into New Mexico's $1.6M mask purchaseThe New Mexico auditor's office is looking into a $1.6 million purchase of 500,000 masks at a significantly higher cost than the normal list price as states scrambled to buy personal protective equipment.

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While New Mexico orders relaxed, Las Cruces-area restaurants keep tables emptySome Doña Ana County restaurant owners said the governor's allowance of outdoor table service was such short notice they couldn't open if they wanted.

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Blood need called critical as surgeries resumeThe lifting of restrictions on medical procedures that can be performed has also brought the need for blood donations to a critical state in New Mexico.

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Census rally to be held at convention centerNeed assistance completing your 2020 Census? Residents are invited to a Census Rally on Saturday, June 6.

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The Band-Aid LoansFederal PPP loans work for some businesses in Santa Fe, but not others Anson Stevens-Bollen.

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Classic car stolen from New Mexico church was part of fundraiserClassic Plymouth Sport Fury stolen in Gallup was being used for church fundraiser.

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'Progress' in New Mexico virus fight: 13 new Dona Ana cases, 2 new at Otero Prison; limited dining startsSANTA FE, New Mexico — New Mexico reported an additional 127 positive tests for the coronavirus on Wednesday, bringing the statewide total to 7,252 - with McKinley and San Juan counties, in the northwest corner, accounting for more than half of those cases.

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AP-NORC poll: Half of Americans would agree to take a COVID-19 vaccineOnly about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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Report: State auditor eyes New Mexico's $1.6M mask purchaseThe New Mexico auditor's office is looking into a $1.6 million purchase of 500,000 masks at a significantly higher cost than the normal list price as states scrambled to buy personal protective equipment.

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New Mexico's First Food Hall Is for the CultureSawmill Market, by Islyn Studio, merges reclaimed materials with local design objects to create a space indicative of the state's diverse cultural heritage.

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Former spy, issues of Trump loyalty weigh in New Mexico voteSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico is deciding on final contenders in open races for a U.S. Senate seat and a congressional slot that last changed hands a dozen years ago.

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Episode 121: Ryan WinfreyRyan Winfrey is a colleague of mine and he comes on to do our usual in office sports convo but we also get into all things Texas.

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The University of New Mexico becomes IBM Q Hub's first university memberUnder the direction of Michael Devetsikiotis, chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering , The University of New Mexico recently joined the IBM Q Hub at North Carolina State University as its first university member.

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New Mexico Gas Company building pipeline to Santa FeConstruction started this month on a new $60 million gas pipeline that officials say will provide northern New Mexico with more natural gas.

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New Mexico announces 4 more COVID-19 deaths, 127 new casesThe new deaths included a Bernalillo County woman in her 80s who was a resident of the Village at Alameda in Albuquerque, two McKinley County men - one in his 20s and the other in his 50s - and a San Juan County man in his 60s.

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New Mexico governor slammed for buying jewelry amid closuresDemocratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is facing criticism for a jewelry purchase from a store in Albuquerque after she ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses.

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New Mexico studies single-payer care amid pandemicPreliminary results of a study commissioned by New Mexico's Democrat-led Legislature in 2019 says the state's uninsured rate would likely fall below 1% and that the use of healthcare services would likely increase as the vast majority of residents turn to public insurance.

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Former city manager, state senator passes away at 80The name is synonymous as a major thoroughfare on the north side of town where many Hobbs businesses are located — Joe Harvey.

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Diablo Canyon In New Mexico Offers Incredible Views For SightseersWhen visiting New Mexico, you can't always let the names of places spook you. Thanks to its history of extraterrestrial life, haunted towns, and more, it can be easy to stray away from cool spots for the sake of their reputation.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 5/27/20Yesterday was sunny, mild and pleasant. I went for a run. Then, I played outside with molten metal for several hours.

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Rough start to the year for Mexican gray wolves, cattle » Albuquerque JournalOne Mexican gray wolf died after being caught in a trap in April and another was found dead in the wild, bringing the total to more than a dozen of the endangered predators that died in the first four months of the year in New Mexico and Arizona.

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Classic car in Diocese of Gallup fundraiser stolen » Albuquerque JournalA Roman Catholic diocese in New Mexico says thieves stole a classic car officials were using to raise money for a vocations program.

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Everything you need to know about the US primary elections next weekNext week, nine states, the Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia will hold primary elections as part of the 2020 election.

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Fewer polling places present challenges for Native votersAs the state gradually reopens from its coronavirus closure, it's not only nurseries, bike shops and clothing stores that must figure out how to do business while maintaining social distancing—county clerks across the state are conducting their first primary election during a pandemic.

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Western states lead the way in vote-by-mail electionsAs the first wave of COVID-19 hits communities during primary season, states are still resolving how to hold elections in the middle of a pandemic.

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New Mexico studies single-payer care amid pandemicPreliminary results of a study commissioned by New Mexico's Democrat-led Legislature in 2019 were released Tuesday that outline the consequences of combining nearly all financing for health care services behind a single, state-administered payer for all residents.

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Leger Fernandez takes strong lead against Plame ahead of New Mexico primary contestNew poll shows a nine-point lead for Leger Fernandez with one week until the June 2 primary.

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New Mexico governor slammed for buying jewelry amid closuresDemocratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is facing criticism for a jewelry purchase from a store in Albuquerque after she ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses.

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Analyzing New Mexico's coronavirus responseCarla Sonntag is president and founder of the New Mexico Business Coalition.

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Here is the latest New Mexico news from The Associated Press at 1:40 a.m. MDTFLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A presidential task force charged with addressing an epidemic of missing and slain Native Americans is resuming listening sessions.

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New Mexico governor disputes report that she had a store reopen during shutdown to buy jewelryMichelle Lujan Grisham defended her decision to purchase jewelry from a store that was supposed to be closed under her coronavirus mandate.

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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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New RulesA breakdown of what's to come for Santa Fe restaurants and diners Anson Stevens-Bollen.

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Necessary MagicMy wife and I got gay married four years ago in front of 50 friends and family at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden.

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Reading in the Arroyo: An Occasional Column About BooksI grin wildly behind my own floral-print mask. This type of human interaction-a random freebie, a tart crack-just doesn't happen when you're buying books on Bookshop.org, the new-ish online shop we're all supposed to frequent now since it supports local independents with 75% of profits.

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Election officials prepare to count flood of absentee ballotsState officials have urged New Mexicans to vote via absentee ballots if at all possible, citing the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Summer Tourism OutlookLife might be slowly starting back up again, but it will never be the summer we had planned.

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'The Lovebirds' ReviewConvinced they'll be accused of a crime they didn't commit, the pair sets out to solve the crime on their own, never knowing the police don't actually blame them.

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More Speed, More SunlightDA hopefuls say they'd tweak controversial police shooting review system Anson Stevens-Bollen.

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NY Times highlights Congresswoman Deb HaalandDuring a New York Times' "Women in the Public Spotlight" discussion, U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland said Congress needs more women.

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Midwives' Work During COVID-19Hospital restrictions, pandemic fears led women to home births Santa Fe Midwifery owner Elena Stauss holds a baby she helped deliver in New Mexico.

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SFR Digital PicksFollies and housing, state tunes and a big ol' art prize Carfagno Photography.

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Drug Overdose Deaths Are Down. Will COVID-19 Trigger an Increase?ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The coronavirus pandemic has pushed unemployment rates in many states to record highs, and health policy groups worry it could mean an increase in suicides, drug and alcohol abuse.

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Model Analysis: 5/26/20-6/2/20It is time to look at the long term GFS model data covering Central New Mexico.

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State Department of Health bought masks at far above normal priceNew Mexico bought respirators from a Chinese supplier at two to four times the list price for comparable surgical N95 masks made by U.S. manufacturer 3M.

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New software aims to reduce in-person lines by making them virtualMy personal goal with this software is to help prevent the spread of COVID if it's not ; explained Wesley Owens, a software developer.

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Navy Veteran asks for public's help finding his stolen motorcycleA local veteran is asking for the public's help after his motorcycle was stolen.

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Restaurant patios can open todayRestaurants with patios will be able to open for dining service starting Wednesday even as the state and region's confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to increase.

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Amazon fulfillment center coming to AlbuquerqueBernalillo County officials said construction has started on a new 450,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center near I-40 and Atrisco Vista.

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New Mexico Gas Company building pipeline to Santa FeSANTA FE, N.M. — Construction started this month on a new $60 million gas pipeline that officials say will provide northern New Mexico with more natural gas.

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Chase, Ronchetti lead GOP hopefuls in fundraisingJaelyn deMaria/The Albuquerque Journal via AP In this file photo, former KRQE-TV meteorologist Mark Ronchetti prepares a weathercast by analyzing numbers and designing maps.

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Mexico hit new virus record of over 500 deaths per dayMexico's health department reported 501 deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, a new one-day high and the first time the figure exceeded 500.

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NMMI plans for fall budget and cadets' returnLisa Dunlap Photo The New Mexico Military Institute is in good financial shape, says its chief financial officer, but the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus situation could affect fall enrollment.

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Locals talk about upcoming SpaceX launchAP Photo The SpaceX Falcon 9, with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on top of the rocket, sits on Launch Pad 39-A Monday, at Kennedy Space Center, Fla.

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Dexter High School 2020 graduates2019 Roswell Daily Record - Roswell Area News - Proudly sponsoring The Roswell Incident Project since 2016!

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Historical Society scholarship recipients namedThe Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico recently announced the 2020 HSSNM Scholarship recipients made possible by the Linda Hays Trust and Troy Hays.

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NMMI announces New Mexico graduatesNew Mexico Military Institute has announced the names of its New Mexico graduates for spring 2020.

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Francisco "Frank" S. GonzalesGonzales, born March 22, 1946, died May 9, 2020. Frank was born and raised in Roswell, NM and left the state - moving to Virginia with his brother Ray and wife Inge.

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Harlin BriscoHarlin passed from this life to his heavenly home on May 14, 2020. He was born June 23, 1946.

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Letter: Appreciating the system's checks and balancesRahm Emanuel, former mayor of Chicago, has been quoted, "Don't let a crisis go to waste." It seems that U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi in her position as Speaker of the House is using the corona-crisis for an opportunity to push her liberal agenda.

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Letter: Don't turn Roswell into a 'fool's paradise'The letter to the editor by Barbara Walsh regarding the proposed shutdown of the city's library, museum, golf course and zoo was spot on.

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Goddard softball coach Katie Shanor resignsThere was hope with the hiring of Goddard softball coach Katie Shanor. She played on the 2013 team as a senior.

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APD Homicide Unit investigates death at Coronado ParkThe APD Homicide Unit is investigating a death at Coronado Park Tuesday night.

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New Mexico's summer learning program back onPublic Education Department reinstates Extended Learning after it had canceled citing the difficulty to adhere to public health requirements.

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Rough start to the year for wolves and cattle » Albuquerque JournalOne Mexican gray wolf died after being caught in a trap in April and another was found dead in the wild, bringing the total to more than a dozen of the endangered predators that died in the first four months of the year in New Mexico and Arizona.

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NM may elect all-female US House delegation » Albuquerque JournalNew Mexico voters have a chance this year to send a historic all-female U.S. House delegation to Congress, no matter which party wins races.

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Philharmonic to begin concert conversations series » Albuquerque JournalEvery Wednesday night for the next few weeks, the New Mexico Philharmonic is inviting residents to tune into livestreamed video conversations and musical highlights with past and future guest stars.

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Governor Lujan Grisham: Most New Mexico restaurants can open outdoor seating WednesdayMany New Mexico restaurants can resume outdoor and patio sitdown service in a limited fashion beginning Wednesday.

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State Supreme Court candidates at a glanceEditor's note: Republican candidate Kerry Morris in Position 2 declined to respond. Responses were edited for length.

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Pop Warner football holds out hope for '20 » Albuquerque JournalThere was excitement and high energy surrounding New Mexico Pop Warner football in its inaugural year during the months of January and February.

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Five Lobos named indoor T&F All-Americans » Albuquerque JournalFive University of New Mexico track and field athletes were named indoor season All-Americans on Tuesday.

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New Mexico to allow limited patio dining at restaurantsSANTA FE, N.M. — Limited outdoor dining will be allowed at New Mexico restaurants beginning Wednesday, under an amended public health order announced by Gov.

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No new COVID-19 cases in Lea County on Tuesday.On Monday, state health officials announced Lea County added one new positive test for COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 24.

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Financial expert talks about rising gas prices in New MexicoPrices at the pump plummeted after oil prices hit historical lows a few months ago, but now there are signs of improvement.

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Drive-in operator hopeful he can work out a plan with the governor to reopenGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham put a pause to an attempt to reopen a drive-in theater in Las Vegas.

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Concerned mother accuses man of targeting kids onlineAn Albuquerque mother is living in fear after a stranger starting liking photos of her 8-year-old son on her Facebook page, but police said they can't charge him with anything because the harassment is taking place online.

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Silver City restaurant continues operations after license revoked, cease and desist orderA Silver City restaurant is continuing to carry out its normal operations even after they were issued a cease and desist order and had their food license revoked last week.

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Coronavirus: New Mexico records 107 new COVID-19 casesNew Mexico state health officials on Tuesday announced 107 additional positive tests for COVID-19, bringing the state's aggregate total to 7,130 positive tests.

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Monroe's owner withdraws from suit on health orders » Albuquerque JournalKathy Diaz, co-owner of Monroe's Restaurants, is withdrawing from a lawsuit challenging the state's threat of $5,000 fines for violating New Mexico's public health orders.

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New Mexico Gas Company building pipeline to Santa FeSANTA FE, N.M. — Construction started this month on a new $60 million gas pipeline that officials say will provide northern New Mexico with more natural gas.

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Business Digest: Curtis named to USDA postLocal businessman and rancher Blake Curtis was appointed as the new state director for USDA Rural Development, according to a USDA release.

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McManigal: No idea what government good forMany problems in modern societies happen because people confuse political government for something it isn't.

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Roosevelt OKs reduced preliminary budgetRoosevelt County, with so much still in the air financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, had clearance from the state to submit its prior year budget to meet its statutory requirement for a preliminary 2020-21 budget.

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Pages Past: May 27On this date... 1970: Clovis and Curry County were celebrating "one of the healthiest growths in New Mexico over the past decade," the Clovis News-Journal reported.

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McDonald: 202 seniors looking to futureThe defining event for the infamous baby boomer generation was the Vietnam War. It was America's longest war at the time, with combat fueled by soldier boys ages 18 and up.

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State will allow outdoor dining at restaurants in most of state starting Wednesday, with some restrictionsRestaurants in Cibola, San Juan and McKinley counties are not included in the new lifting of patio dining restrictions.

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Restaurants may provide outdoor or patio services beginning WednesdayGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced the state's emergency public health order will be amended to permit limited outdoor dine-in services for most of the state beginning Wednesday, May 27.

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Navajo Nation president says curve is flatteningOfficials are reporting that approximately 14.6% of all Navajo Nation residents have been tested. Preliminary reports also show that approximately 1,491 people have recovered from COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation.

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NMSP shuts down barberCLOVIS — Shaves and haircuts may cost a Clovis barber $100. That's because she's been cited by state police for violating a public health order brought on by COVID-19.

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UNM Hospital prepares to reopen clinics, reschedule appointmentsOfficial will UNM Hospital will be updating the Bernalillo County Commission about changes they are making in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Santa Fe Restaurants Eligible for New Outdoor Dining PermitTo-go alcohol sales still not allowed-yet Los Magueyes in Burro Alley is a pretty good model for what we might expect in the coming weeks.

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Governor announces limited outdoor dine-in services for restaurantsNew Mexico state health officials on Tuesday announced 107 additional positive tests for COVID-19 including 3 new cases in Curry County.

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Press release: Sandoval County picks new manager » Albuquerque JournalRIO RANCHO, N.M. — The Sandoval County Commission has chosen former New Mexico State Auditor and current Torrance County Manager Wayne Johnson to take on the role of Sandoval County manager effective July 1.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases: 7,130Gov OKs limited outdoor dining starting tomorrow; health officials report 107 new COVID-19 cases and five more deaths.

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NM to pay employee back wages for virus-related absence » Albuquerque JournalThe state Human Services Department - one of the agencies helping to coordinate New Mexico's coronavirus response - initially refused to grant the leave the employee sought under a newly passed federal law, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, federal officials said.

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NM announces 5 more virus deaths, 107 new cases » Albuquerque JournalSANTA FE — State health officials reported five more deaths in New Mexico's coronavirus outbreak and 107 new cases of the disease — including 15 infections among people in custody....

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New Mexico announces soft reopening for restaurants outdoor dine-in servicesGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Tuesday the state’s emergency public health order will be amended to permit limited outdoor dine-in services for most of the state beginning Wednesday, May 27.

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107 new COVID-19 cases in NM, including spike in Torrance CountyState health officials announced 107 additional cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico, including a dozen new cases in Torrance County and 14 cases among those held by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Torrance County Detention Center.

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New Mexico reports 5 more COVID-19 deaths, 107 additional casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 7 additional COVID-19-related deaths in the state on.

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3 new COVID-19 cases in Curry County confirmed alongside 107 in New MexicoThree more cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Curry County, as well as 107 additional cases across the state of New Mexico.

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New Mexico eateries prepare to reopen on June 1 amid COVID-19 pandemicJanie Balzano feared her restaurant couldn't survive another few weeks offering takeout and curbside service only.

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George RR Martin bought a railroad station in New Mexico and plans to turn it into a tourist destinationNew Mexico just added one more celebrity name to the long list of Hollywood hotshots who have business in the state: Game of Thrones author George R.

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Bless Me, UltimaBless Me, Ultima, my pick for this week, is a 1972 Chicano novel by Rudolfo Anaya, set on the llano of New Mexico.

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Rest Stop: Days InnWe headed southwest from Santa Fe to stop for the night a little bit closer to our next destination, which put us in Bernalillo, a northern suburb of Albuequerque.

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New Mexico State football adds grad transfer receiver from GeorgiaUniversity of Georgia graduate transfer Josh Moran has landed at New Mexico State.

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And now this!It is finally official. On Friday, May 15th, we closed on our lovely 130-year-old* adobe farmhouse!

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Raytheon shuttering New Mexico operations, moving some to TucsonRaytheon Technologies Corp. is closing its Albuquerque location and will be transferring some of its operations to Tucson.

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Mexico sets new record with 501 coronavirus deaths in a dayMexico's health department reported 501 deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, a new one-day high and the first time the figure exceeded 500.

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Beautiful New Mexico Road Trip: Las Cruces To TucumcariBuilt on the rich soil along the Rio Grande and surrounded by the craggy Organ Mountains, Las Cruces is the starting point for this New Mexico road trip that winds northeast through some of the most beautiful areas of New Mexico.

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VSV Confirmed on New Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas PremisesThe art of regenerative medicine in equine practice, and what's to come.

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Election 2020: New Mexico may elect historic all-female House delegationNew Mexico voters have a chance this year to send a historic all-female U.S. House delegation to Congress, no matter which party wins races.

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200 Special Session Announced, Timing and Amount of Cuts, Oil and Tourism OutlookOn this week's discussion podcast Paul and Wally acknowledge and appreciate the soldiers who have fought for the United States and died in battle.

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Portales school board special meeting todayPORTALES — The Portales Municipal Schools Board of Education will tackle a few loose ends during a special meeting this afternoon.

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Giving goes on throughout pandemicCOVID-19 shut down just about every aspect of normal life. But good will in the community has continued on, under restrictions.

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Editorial: Ratcliffe should get chance to serveDuring the long national struggle that is coronavirus, the grinding wheels of Washington have moved that much more slowly — something that in normal times we might mark as a good thing under the old adage that the government that acts least acts best.

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State eyes contact tracing at eateriesAs Phase 2 of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's re-opening plan looms, restaurants, bars, movie theaters and casinos may be allowed to unlock their doors Monday.

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Stevens: Before Bluitt became a ghost townIf you've ever been to Bluitt, you probably didn't know it. It's located about 48 miles southeast of Portales, or at least that's where the.

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Williamson: Sauce surplus means time to shareWhatever else we humans can or cannot find consensus on right now, maybe we can agree on this: When the going gets tough, the tough...

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Shelbunre: Mobs never easy to trustMobs. I never have cared much for them. Personality — mine, that is — explains part of this.

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Jail logsBooked The following were booked into local jails : Clovis - David Galvan, 29, criminal trespass - Coniel McDaniel, 43, out of state fugitive, failure to appear on a felony charge, failure to appear on misdemeanor charge, failure to register as a sex offender, failure to pay fines - Mindi Johnson, 22, resisting, evading or o...

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

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CFD: Grass fire claims about 400 acresCLOVIS — The Clovis Fire Department estimated about 400 acres burned during a Saturday evening grassfire in Curry County.

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Water authority to meet Thursday as six-member boardCLOVIS — The Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority will meet Thursday for its first time as a six-person board.

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New Mexico restaurants can now offer outdoor and patio dinning starting WednesdayLas Cruces-area restaurant owners applauded Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's Tuesday afternoon announcement to permit limited outdoor dining services for most of the state.

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Nmped Requests Feedback From FamiliesThe New Mexico Public Education Department is asking families to complete an online survey about their experiences with continuous learning during the school closing period triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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George R.R. Martin joins group to buy historic railwayMartin, left, speaks in Santa Fe, N.M. Martin, the famed author of the “Game of Thrones” fantasy series, has joined a group to buy the historic Santa Fe Southern Railroad, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported Sunday, May 24, 2020.

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Heat wave to hit the SouthwestNew Mexico might get some record-breaking temperatures.

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NMJC offering all classes in the fallKelvin Sharp, president of New Mexico Junior College, has announced the college is planning to offer a full range of classes for students beginning in the fall 2020 semester.

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New Mexico Hiker Rescued After Spending Night On Tooele County MountainA New Mexico hiker was rescued from a mountain in Tooele County after having to spend the night in a snowy area.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 5/26/20Yesterday was sunny, mild and pleasant. I did go for a run and I also did a lot of work in the shed.

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TUES: New Mexico Governor Blocks Plans To Reopen Drive-In Theater As COVID Deaths Reach 320, + MoreCoronavirus Cases Rise Past 7,000 Monday With Total Deaths At 320 - KUNM State health officials said Monday there were 93 additional coronavirus cases in.

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NM-New Mexico Coverage AdvisoryGood morning. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today in New Mexico.

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NM Supreme Court provides framework for resuming in-person family visits in abuse and neglect casesThe state Supreme Court has established legal guidelines for resuming in-person visits between children in state custody and their biological parents or guardians, according to the administrative office of the courts.

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New Mexico hiker rescued in Tooele Co.Crews rescued a 36-year-old New Mexico man who called for help in Tooele County Monday night.

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Sandoval County primary election 2020: County treasurer » Albuquerque JournalRIO RANCHO, N.M. — New Mexico's primary election is Tuesday, June 2. The Observer asked candidates for Sandoval County offices and New Mexico Legislature seats representing Sandoval County to complete questionnaires explaining their priorities,...

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Guest Column: Analyzing NM's coronavirus response » Albuquerque JournalThe governor's early response to the coronavirus slowed the spread and saved lives. Two months later, however, we've learned much more about COVID-19, how to manage it and the mortality rates.

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Democratic super PAC wades into New Mexico GOP primarySmart political reporting and analysis, including data points, interesting national trends, short updates and more from the NBC News political unit.

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AFR responds to overnight fire at Encino Terrace ApartmentsAFR says the fire started at around midnight on the eighth floor. It appears the sprinklers inside the apartment building took care of the flames before AFR got to the scene - keeping the fire from spreading.

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COVID-19 Cases: 7,026Plus: Santa Fe Airport's uncertain future while mass gatherings may be done for a year or more.

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Clovis teacher selected to serve on School Reentry Task ForceClovis Municipal Schools' elementary teacher, Silvia Miranda, has been selected to serve on the New Mexico School Reentry Task Force.

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New Mexico's Gila Cliff Dwellings with Colorado Traveling DucksSadly, this morning we left La Paloma Hot Springs and Spa resort.. Mom said enough soaking in delightful hot springs and time to see more of New Mexico.

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'Roswell, New Mexico' Season 2 Episode 11 Photos: Preview of "Linger"The CW's Roswell, New Mexico will return after a two week break with season two episode 11, "Linger." Episode 10 found Isobel learning new details about her mom and ended with someone kidnapping Alex.

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New Mexico DaybookThe daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast.

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George R.R. Martin Is Helping Save a Defunct New Mexico RailroadThe Game of Thrones author, along with Violet Crown cinema owner Bill Banowsky and National Dance Institute of New Mexico co-founder Catherine Oppenheimer, has purchased a defunct railway system in New Mexico, the Associated Press reported.

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What parents should know about coronavirus as kids return to babysitters, day cares and campsReopening states after the COVID-19 lockdown raises unnerving questions for working parents who depend on some form of child care, from nannies to day camp.

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'Legendary' NM nurse Dorotea Montoya dies at 86 Montoya had a 'real gift' for understanding young people, son says » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Dorotea Montoya, a pioneering pediatric nurse practitioner who was the mother of Espa&...

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Weather Data: 5/18/20-5/24/20Time for my 7th week of weather station data! The high temperatures dropped slightly throughout the week.

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New Mexico mother remembers veteran son killed in IraqVelina Sanchez is still in pain over the loss of her son, a Roswell veteran, who was killed in the line of duty while in Iraq 16 years ago.

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Video: Emergency team fires non-lethal rounds at inmates after prison disturbanceVideo obtained by KOB 4 shows emergency teams firing off non-lethal rounds at 22 inmates after a disturbance at a New Mexico state prison facility.

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Stalled NM capital funds may help plug budget gap » Albuquerque JournalSANTA FE, N.M. — Legislators may consider using part of unspent $1.2 billion.

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Pandemic ties knots in NM wedding industry » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Vendors are looking ahead to fall, with more than half of couples rescheduling.

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Memorial Day plans altered by pandemicDaily Record File Photo Michael Trujillo, commander of American Legion Post 28, speaks at the 2019 Memorial Day ceremony at the General Douglas L. McBride Veterans Cemetery in South Park Cemetery in Roswell.

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Remember to keep the Memorial in DayThis year has been like no other. Not in Roswell or Chaves County, not like any other place in the world.

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1 new COVID-19 case identified in Chaves CountyOne new case of COVID-19 was announced in Chaves County Monday, one of 93 new positive test results for the virus statewide.

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Memorial Day workout honors Navy SEALJuno Ogle Photo Yazmin Soto, left, does pullups while Siria Perlingos, right, performs squats and Rocio Melendez, center, judges Monday during Roswell CrossFit's Murph Challenge at the home of the gym's owner, Richard Ramirez.

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Safety manager strives to keep city workers safeSubmitted Photo City of Roswell Safety and Risk Manager Kathy Louer.

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State warns restaurants about dine-in serviceThe New Mexico Environment Department is notifying the restaurant industry that it has suspended food permits of two restaurants in other counties that were allowing dine-in service.

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Improvements to East Hobson Road continueThe Chaves County Board of Commissioners took several other actions at its Thursday meeting besides approving an interim budget.

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U.S. to grant more time to consider New Mexico drilling planU.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said Thursday he'll extend the public comment period on a contested plan that will guide oil and gas drilling and other development in an area of northwestern New Mexico that includes a national park and locations important to Native American tribes.

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J.B. White plans to enroll at UNM in the fall » Albuquerque JournalJ.B. White said on Instagram he is going to graduate early at Santa Fe High and plans to enroll at University of New Mexico for the fall 2020 semester.

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Lobos using creativity in recruiting efforts » Albuquerque JournalWhen it comes to college football recruiting, producing creative and attractive graphics has become just as important as evaluating players for the University of New Mexico.

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Coronavirus in New Mexico: State seeks applicants for COVID-19 contact-tracing jobsHealthcare workers with the New Mexico Department of Health, prepare to screen essential workers for COVID-19, at the New Mexico Department of Health office in Las Cruces on Sunday April 19, 2020.

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The future of the film industry: State film office discusses safety requirements for studiosThe state film office is hashing out the safety requirements for studios to follow when they can finally reopen.

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Community remembers fallen police officer Gregg Benner on 5th death anniversaryIt has been five years since a Rio Rancho police officer was shot and killed in the line of duty.

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Updated NM COVID-19 Cases: Now At 7,026, Includes 3 Additional DeathsDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NEWS New Mexico state health officials on Monday announced 93 additional positive tests for COVID-19.

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Rio Rancho creates 'Field of Grads' for class of 2020 seniorsFrom having school put on hold to being told there would be no traditional graduation, high school seniors have been through quite a lot.

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Grants holds in-person Memorial Day service despite governor's ban on mass gatheringsWhile many Memorial Day services have shifted online, one outspoken New Mexico mayor invited people to gather in Grants to honor fallen veterans.

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Santa Fe National Cemetery holds virtual ceremony to honor fallen heroesIt was a different kind of Memorial Day ceremony at the Santa Fe National Cemetery because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Former Rebel, Ute announces transfer to NMSU » Albuquerque JournalDonnie Tillman, a 6-foot-7 forward who played this past season at UNLV and two seasons with the Utah Utes prior to that, announced Monday he is transferring to play for the New Mexico State Aggies.

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Western New Mexico University relocating Deming branch on west sideThe Western New Mexico University-Deming branch in the Mimbres Valley Learning Center is slated to get a new location on the west side of Deming to be more accessible to Deming High School and Mimbres Memorial Hospital.

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Navajo Nation community leaders honor fallen veteransCommunity leaders on the Navajo Nation joined together to honor the lives of the fallen veterans who have served the country.

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Michael Renteria makes bid for NM Sixth Judicial District AttorneyMichael Renteria has roots firmly planted in Deming and southwestern New Mexico. A life-long resident and family man, Renteria says his finger on the pulse of the community makes him a solid choice for District Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District of New Mexico.

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Coronavirus in New Mexico: COVID-19 cases pass 7,000, deaths total 320New Mexico state health officials on Monday announced 93 additional positive tests for COVID-19, bringing the state past 7,000 aggregate cases for the year.

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COVID-19 cases in New Mexico top 7,000The total tally of COVID-19 cases in the state reached over 7,000 Monday, as state health officials announced 93 new positive cases of COVID-19.

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New Mexico reports 3 new deaths, 93 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported three more COVID-19-related deaths and 93 additional positive cases Monday, bringing the state total of confirmed cases to 7,026.

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New Mexico COVID-Cases: 7,026New Mexico health officials report 93 new positive COVID-19 cases and three more deaths; statewide total now 7,026.

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Here is the latest New Mexico news from The Associated Press at 5:40 p.m. MDTLAS VEGAS, N.M. — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has blocked the reopening of a popular northern New Mexico drive-in movie theater.

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Senior Democrats to face challenges in 2020 New Mexico primariesIn New Mexico's June 2 primary elections, voters will select party candidates to run for the state legislature.

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2 New Mexico Restaurateurs Are Adding Fuel To The Fire Under GrubHubAs restaurants struggle to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, the delivery app is being widely criticized for charging them outrageous fees.

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The State House: New MexicoOne of the biggest differences we have noticed about buildings and cities in the southwest from the Midwest is the style.

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Nm LotteryNew Mexico nears 7,000 virus cases, Doña Ana County tops 400 as mass gatherings may be out for a year.

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Day' gameALBUQUERQUE, N.M. _ The winning numbers in Monday afternoon's drawing of the New Mexico Lottery's "Pick 3 Day" game were: 9-3-5.

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New Mexico governor blocks plans to reopen drive-in theaterThe governor's office halted a plan on May 14 to reopen the Fort Union Drive-In Movie Theater in Las Vegas, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Las Vegas Optic reports.

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New Mexico State lands UNLV transfer Donnie TillmanUNLV's Donnie Tillman, center, drives through Kansas State's Cartier Diarra, left, and Antonio Gordon during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Nov.

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Is 'Roswell, New Mexico' On Tonight? Season 2, Episode 11 Air Date RevealedFind out when the aliens will investigate the abductions.

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Relaxing Lake Near Santa Fe New Mexico Is A Perfect Summer SpotEscaping to your nearest blue body of water is always a good idea once the summer months come around.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 5/25/20Yesterday was sunny, mild and pleasant. I did go for a run and I also did a little work in the garden.

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UNLV transfer Tillman heading to New Mexico StateUNLV transfer Donnie Tillman is headed to New Mexico State, he announced Monday on social media.

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New Mexico governor blocks plans to reopen drive-in theaterLAS VEGAS, N.M. — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has blocked the reopening of a popular northern New Mexico drive-in movie theater despite city officials believing they had the OK.

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Udall presents veterans' oral histories to Library of CongressU.S. Sen. Tom Udall presented Monday 90 oral histories his office collected from New Mexico veterans to the Library of Congress.

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New Mexico may elect historic all-female US House delegationRIO RANCHO, N.M. — New Mexico voters have a chance this year to send a historic all-female U.S. House delegation to Congress, no matter which party wins races.

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Comfort food and books for comfortThis year, it's going to be a different kind of Memorial Day: There will be no live parades, or crowds honoring our fallen soldiers, but some virtual events will happen.

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