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NM universities respond to new ICE rule targeting international studentsNew U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement regulations on international students is creating uncertainty on New Mexico university campuses.

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A conversation about Onate statues and complex stories » Albuquerque JournalMargaret: I support removal of the Oñate statues. Juan de Oñate was so cruel to the indigenous people in New Mexico that he was tried in Spain, punished and spent the rest of his life trying to restore his reputation.

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Feds can help NM's oilfields and their workers » Albuquerque JournalCOVID-19 has disrupted life across the globe in almost incalculable ways. In New Mexico, the drop in oil prices has had a huge impact on our state's budget and the oil and gas industry.

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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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Funding approved for housing in 6 New Mexico communitiesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority has approved more than $74 million for eight housing developments in six communities around the state.

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Woman arrested after fleeing officers in stolen vehicleA woman was arrested early Sunday after allegedly fleeing local law enforcement in a stolen van.

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COVID-19 presents challenges at apartment complexesThe COVID-19 outbreak is presenting some new business challenges at apartment complexes.

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City Council to consider hiring lobbyistThe Roswell City Council will consider hiring an Albuquerque political lobbyist for $40,000 during its upcoming July meeting.

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Six more local COVID-19 casesSix COVID-19 positive test results in Chaves County were among 221 reported statewide by the New Mexico Department of Health Tuesday.

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NM congressional leaders support $1.5 trillion infrastructure billA proposed $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives has several provisions that would benefit the state and its southeast region, according to the New Mexico 2nd Congressional District representative who introduced some provisions.

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Drew I. BrooksDREW I. BROOKS, 41, passed away on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, in Hobbs, New Mexico.

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Gregorio MoralesGregorio Morales, age 71 passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 2nd of 2020 at his residence in Midway.

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Gomesindo V. Silva, Jr.Gomesindo V. Silva, Jr., 78, of Roswell, fell asleep peacefully on Thursday, July 2, 2020, at 5:22 PM, at ENMMC.

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Phyllis Arlene ShawServices are pending at Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory for Phyllis Arlene Shaw, 86, who passed away Friday, July 3, 2020 in Alamogordo, NM.

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William E. "Bill" BonhamWe are deeply saddened by the sudden death of William E. Bonham on July 1, 2020, at the age of 95.

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New minor party pushes 'fusion voting' » Albuquerque JournalA political group that helped a slate of progressive-minded legislative candidates prevail in New Mexico's Democratic primary has registered as a political party.

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Representatives tout infrastructure plan » Albuquerque JournalBut the future of the legislation - which could provide more than $3 billion in projects in New Mexico alone - rests in the hands of the Senate, where several hundred House bills have gone without a vote.

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Journey to the Source: Psychic renewal in the Gila WildernessAs modern living grows tenser in multiple ways, and as the Southwestern summer moves in for a chokehold, the reaction of a reasonable person is to head for higher ground.

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New Mexico United's bubble is working… so farLife inside the bubble is no picnic, but at least it's safe.

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Trump to host Mexico leader as new trade deal takes holdThe White House dinner that President Donald Trump is hosting tonight for his Mexican counterpart, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, will have business executives from both countries on the guest list, according to three people familiar with the matter.

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Following positive test, Mark Pardo salon demonstrates COVID safe practicesA local salon chain opened its doors to KOB 4 after a former employee accused the chain of not doing enough to protect its staff and customers.

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Soon-to-be newlyweds left in the dark after wedding venue owner closes doors for goodAn Albuquerque couple's wedding plans are in limbo after their wedding venue closed its doors for good.

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Indian Pueblo Cultural Center putting together plans to reopenThe Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has been shut down since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Governor's office: Current data shows no connection between rise of COVID-19 and protestsLarge protests have taken place in New Mexico as COVID-19 cases have continued to rise.

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NMDOH issues heat stress advisory ahead of triple digit heat waveThe New Mexico Department of Health issued a Heat Stress Advisory as triple-digits temperatures are expected throughout much of the state.

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Man shot by ranger in New Mexico in March has local connectionsA lawsuit filed in Albuquerque, New Mexico questions the circumstances surrounding the death of Charles "Gage" Lorentz, who was shot and killed by a park ranger in Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico in March.

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Kirtland Air Force Base experiencing sustained community spread of COVID-19Kirtland Air Force Base is experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases.

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NM issues heat alert as triple digits approach » Albuquerque JournalHealth officials are warning people across New Mexico to be mindful of heat-related illness as the state prepares for a stretch of triple digit temperatures.

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Man beaten, arrested after allegedly using racially-charged languagePolice claim a racist tirade between neighbors turned violent over the weekend.

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NM reports 4 virus deaths, 221 new cases » Albuquerque JournalSANTA FE — New Mexico reported four more virus deaths and 221 new cases of the disease Tuesday — about 40% of which were in Bernalillo County, the state's most-populous county.

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New Mexico joins call on EPA for stricter federal methane regulationsNew Mexico joined a legal filing calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to adopt stricter regulations on methane pollution from oil and gas, accusing the industry of being the biggest source of methane pollution which accounts for a quarter of climate change impacts.

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State again finds 200+ new COVID-19 cases, Bernalillo County with most new casesThe streak of days with more than 200 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reached six, as the New Mexico Department of Health announced 221 additional COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths related to the disease.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases: 13,727New Mexico Health Department reports 221 new cases and four more deaths; statewide total thus far 13,727.

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New Mexico utility unveils solar array to power FacebookRIO RANCHO, N.M. — The largest electric provider in New Mexico has unveiled its latest solar array, a 50-megawatt facility that was built to power Facebook's Los Lunas Data Center with renewable energy.

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Q&A: DoT answers health advisory questionsAs questions continue following New Mexico's latest public health order, New Mexico Department of Transportation officials put together this Q&A: The state of New Mexico is under a mandatory health advisory issued by Gov.

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Teen girl killed, 2 others injured at Storrie Lake State ParkA young girl was killed and two others were injured in a shooting at the entrance of Storrie Lake State Park, according to the Las Vegas Optic.

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211Dreary, Depressed, UglyOn this week's discussion podcast, Paul and Wally discuss the ABQ City Council's recent actions on mandatory paid sick leave.

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To market, to marketAs an avid planter of pretty much any fruit, vegetable or flower the eastern New Mexico climate will allow, Margie Plummer knows there are cycles when it comes to growing food.

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Commissioner says he won't wear maskCLOVIS — The Curry County Commission was pretty much in consensus that the new adult detention center was money well spent and a step in the right direction.

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Opinion: Historic bakery coming back to lifeThe Roosevelt Brewing Company Tap Room becomes a part of Clovis history at noon on Friday.

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Opinion: Recipe books a step back through timeWith a little more time at home these past few months, I've found myself flipping through some of the vintage cookbooks that fill a couple of shelves in one of my bookcases.

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Greyhounds add D-1 transfer AmandPORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University's women's basketball program wrapped up its signing class for 2020, with the addition of Dallas post Jemesia "MeMe" Amand.

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2020 Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo canceled due to coronavirus concernsThe 2020 Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo is yet another event added to the long list of cancellations this year due to coronavirus concerns.

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5 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Eastern New Mexico counties with 221 statewideHealth officials in New Mexico have confirmed five COVID-19 cases in Eastern New Mexico along with 221 additional cases statewide on Tuesday.

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New Mexico reports 4 new deaths, 221 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported four additional COVID-19-related deaths in the state on Tuesday.

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Lawmakers to scrutinize NM's emergency spending » Albuquerque JournalA bipartisan council of New Mexico legislators agreed Tuesday to investigate whether Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham exceeded her authority by authorizing well over $30 million in emergency spending to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Shooting leaves convenience store employee deadAlex Ross Photo Roswell police units sit parked outside the Allsup's on South Sunset Avenue in Roswell Tuesday.

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Funding approved for housing in 6 New Mexico communitiesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority has approved more than $74 million for eight housing developments in six communities around the state.

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New Mexico Department of Health issues alert about heat-stressThe New Mexico Department of Health encourages people statewide to be mindful of heat-related illness and know the signs to watch for during this period of extreme heat.

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Cub Fire Update for July 7, 2020Location: Approximately one-mile northeast of Cub Mountain, near the West Fork of the Gila River, Wilderness Ranger District, Gila National Forest.

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New Mexico ads ask visitors to comply with virus safeguardsALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico State Tourism Department has published advertisements informing residents of neighboring states that visitors should comply with New Mexico's rules...

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Balloon Fiesta Park to host drive-in movies, concerts, sportsBalloon Fiesta Park will soon be a destination for socially-distanced entertainment.

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NM small businesses to receive $400M in COVID-19 relief loansThe Small Business Recovery Act of 2020 was signed Tuesday.

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Eastern New Mexico announces return to campus plan for fall semesterEastern New Mexico University has developed its return to campus plan for the fall semester.

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One dead, two injured in shooting near Storrie Lake » Albuquerque JournalSANTA FE, N.M. — A 16-year-old girl was killed and two other teenagers were injured in a shooting late Monday near the entrance to Storrie Lake State Park north of Las Vegas, New Mexico....

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New Mexico governor signs measure to help small businesses recover from COVID-19Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday delivered hundreds of millions of dollars for low-interest, low-risk loans to help small New Mexico businesses recover financially from COVID-19.

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US nuclear lab investigates breach at plutonium facilityLos Alamos National Laboratory has confirmed that 15 workers are being evaluated after a breach involving a gloved box that was being used to handle the material.

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Addressing New Mexico's abandoned oil and gas wells during COVID-19COVID-19 has disrupted life across the globe in almost incalculable ways. In New Mexico, the drop in oil prices has had a huge impact on our state's budget and the oil and gas industry.

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New Mexico issues heat alert as triple digits approachHealth officials are warning people across New Mexico to be mindful of heat-related illness as the state prepares for a few days of triple digit temperatures.

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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 Mexico State reports 20 new COVID-19 positive tests among athletesNew Mexico State announced Tuesday that athletic workouts would remain suspended as additional COVID-19 testing has revealed 20 additional positive cases while seven individual are still awaiting results.

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Mexico posts 6,258 new coronavirus cases, 895 more deathsMexico's health ministry on Tuesday reported 6,258 new confirmed coronavirus infections and 895 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 268,008 cases and 32,014 deaths.

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Onate High School principal named New Mexico's Principal of the YearOñate High School Principal Jim Schapekahm was selected by the National Association of Secondary School Principals as the 2020 Principal of the Year for New Mexico.

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Dion's to open location inside UNM's Student Union BuildingDion's Pizza is planning to open a new location inside the University of New Mexico's Student Union Building this fall.

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New Mexico State University athletics report more COVID-19 casesStudent-athletes at New Mexico State University are still not allowed to workout on campus. The temporary suspension went into effect last week aftersix student-athletes and a sports performance staff member tested positive for the coronavirus.

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Navajo Nation reissues stay-at-home orderThe Navajo Nation has reissued their stay-at-home public health order requiring all residents to strictly limit their public contact with others.

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New Mexico offers $400 million in small-business loansNew Mexico will offer small businesses up to $400 million in low-interest loans to help them withstand economic turmoil linked to the coronavirus pandemic under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases: 13,507Plus: Meow Wolf, Opera among top recipients for federal loans, Santa Fe real estate rebounding and Hatch Chile Festival canceled.

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The New Mexico Department of Health FAQs on travel restrictionsGovernor Michelle Lujan Grisham and state officials have issued a mandatory health advisory where anyone crossing a border into the state must quarantine for 14 days to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

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Opera, Balloon Fiesta among businesses getting virus loansThe Santa Fe Opera, the Meow Wolf art collaborative and the non-profit organization that puts on the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta are among the New Mexico businesses receiving loans from the U.S. government as part of the massive effort to support the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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UPDATE: 8 additional COVID-19 cases in Eastern New MexicoNew Mexico State Health officials confirmed eight additional COVID-19 cases in Eastern New Mexico, as well as 253 statewide on Monday.

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Coronavirus in New Mexico: FAQs about COVID-19 and travel in the stateThe state of New Mexico is under a mandatory health advisory issued by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

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Bison Star Naturals Creates Organic Skincare Products Highlighting New MexicoAngelo McHorse and his wife, Jacquelene, craft natural and organic skincare on family land once controlled by The Red Willow People of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.

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New Mexico families to receive millions of dollars in food assistanceSome families in New Mexico can expect to receive hundreds of dollars this week to help pay for groceries.

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New Mexico low-income families to receive Pandemic EBT cardSome families in New Mexico can expect to receive hundreds of dollars this week to help pay for groceries.

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New Mexico State reports 20 new COVID-19 positive tests among athletesNew Mexico State announced Tuesday that athletic workouts would remain suspended as additional COVID-19 testing has revealed 20 additional positive cases while seven individuasl are still awaiting results.

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New Mexico Leaders To Militia: If You Want To Help Community, Stop Showing Up ArmedIt's become known as the Old Town melee. Protesters gathered last month in Albuquerque, N.M., around the bronze statue of Juan de Oñate, the controversial Spanish conquistador, in the city's historic quarter.

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New Mexico Highlands reports enrollment jump amid COVID-19New Mexico Highlands University says its summer enrollment has increased 3% despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Mexico State University gets grant to map water rightsNew Mexico State University is working to digitize the state's water rights database and develop maps that will help with management of limited groundwater and surface water resources.

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Navajo Nation leaders express concern over county jail conditionsWhile New Mexico grapples with a delayed roll-out of reopening businesses and cancelled public events, some detention centers are grappling with increasing numbers of COVID-19.

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Agonizing lag in coronavirus research puts pregnant women and babies at riskProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox.

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AMP Concerts sustains local entertainment industry on life supportWhile most live concerts have been on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, AMP Concerts has been reaching out to local artists and bands to provide work and entertainment for the community.

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Performative social media actions amidst BLM resurgence not enough, activists saySince George Floyd's murder at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer on May 25, Black Lives Matter protests have been revived across the nation to advocate for racial equity and an end to police brutality.

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New single from Thee Unemployed titled "Window Down"Oz and Cisco of the hip hop duo "Thee Unemployed" have just released a new single for your summer playlist titled Window Down.

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Quarantine required: New Mexico travel restrictions in effectThe state of New Mexico is under a mandatory health advisory issued by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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Near-record heat coming to state » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — High temperatures to top 100 in Albuquerque, southeastern New Mexico.

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Couple planned for new life in Mexico, but has now spent months stranded in WindsorAlex and Alejandra Grecu were supposed to be enjoying their new life in Cancun, Mexico, instead they've spent months stranded in a Windsor Airbnb after they were prevented from crossing the border.

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State Police issues 1 citation so far for mask noncomplianceA State Police spokesperson said they handed out one citation the entire holiday weekend. On Sunday, they ticketed the ACE Hardware in Portales.

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New Mexico Highlands reports enrollment jump amid COVID-19LAS VEGAS, N.M. — New Mexico Highlands University says its summer enrollment has increased 3% despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Mexico State University gets grant to map water rightsNew Mexico State University is working to digitize the state's water rights database and develop maps that will help with management of limited groundwater and surface water resources.

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Test for virus in New Mexico is free, but hurdles remainHere's the not-so-good news: It may not always be easy. Some have struggled with long waits and been confused by inconsistent information about how, when and where to get a test.

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Farmers' Market begins this weekendRoswell's annual Farmers' Market starts Saturday, with fresh fruit and vegetables, and homemade food, arts and crafts available for sale, said Peggy Seskey, the coordinator of the market for MainStreet Roswell.

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Bicycles for rent at recreation centerJuno Ogle Photo Ten beach cruiser bicycles donated to the city by the Spring River Corridor Foundation are now available to rent at the Roswell Recreation and Aquatic Center, 1402 W.

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6 new COVID-19 cases reported locallySix additional COVID-19 positive test results were announced in Chaves County Monday, bringing local cases of the virus to 127.

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Hit Rewind and then Play, Part 1July 7, 2020. It seems like forever now, but back during late January through early March 2020, Jim, Leroy and I spent some wonderful time in New Mexico, Arizona, and even one night in California.

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NM United short a goalkeeper for opener » Albuquerque JournalThe United's season reboot this weekend in Colorado Springs will be short one player. Second-year New Mexico United goalkeeper Ben Beaury has been put on "loan" to Reno 1868 FC,...

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Lobos return to a different world » Albuquerque JournalUniversity of New Mexico football coach Danny Gonzales had been counting the days until he would see his players again from when he last saw them in March after the coronavirus pandemic shut down spring practices.

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Troubled New Mexico city to replace police chiefLAS VEGAS, N.M. — The mayor of a troubled New Mexico city has fired its police chief but will keep him until a replacement is named.

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RVers visiting New Mexico for even one night must stay for at least 14 daysIf you are traveling through New Mexico to or from another state, you may want to reroute unless you can pass through without spending even one night.

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New data reveals which work sectors are being hit that hardest by COVID-19Food industries make up about 17% of the rapid responses followed by health care and retail.

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New Mexico families to receive $67 million in P-EBT cards, food assistanceAccording to the New Mexico Human Services Department, about 168,000 New Mexico families whose children receive free or reduced-price lunch at school will receive $67 million in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits, or food stamps.

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Onate High's Jim Schapekahm named New Mexico Principal of the YearOñate High School Principal Jim Schapekahm writes the name of each senior on a wall in a video tribute to the class of 2020 posted to YouTube on May 6, 2020.

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New Mexico tells Arizona, TexasLetters from the New Mexico State Tourism Department published in six newspapers in Texas and Arizona this past weekend inform residents in those states that New Mexico's rules regarding public face mask usage and travel are different and visitors to our state should comply.

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New Mexico's Hatch Chile Festival canceled amid COVID-19 concernsHatch Chile Festival canceled for first time in 49-year history amid coronavirus concerns.

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New Mexico travel restrictions in effectThe state of New Mexico is under a mandatory health advisory issued by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to protect against the spread of COVID-19.

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Weather Data: 6/29/20-7/5/20Time for my 13th week of weather station data! No lost data this week , but there was also no "weather" this week - sunny skies and not a drop of rain.

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Another collage of fireworks 070420This group of fireworks was taken from way up the hill. Photos by Mary Alice Murphy And the best of the show was the bright full moon!

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City issues no citations, 55 cease and desist orders over 4th of July weekendAFR and APD said they were definitely busier than usual on the 4th of July this year.

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NMDOH says COVID-19 case uptick is not a result of increased testingAccording to Morgan, the new cases are not a result of testing, but rather because too many New Mexicans are not following the state's.

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Challenge Island is a one-of-a-kind educational programChallenge Island is a one-of-a-kind Educational Enrichment program on the cutting edge of educational thought and at the forefront of S.T.E.A.M. Education.

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8 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Eastern New Mexico with 253 in the stateHealth officials in New Mexico confirmed eight additional COVID-19 cases in Eastern New Mexico, as well as 253 statewide on Monday.

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New Mexico COVID 19: Carlsbad mayor says 4th of July was a successBased on the updates we have received, Carlsbad residents overwhelmingly celebrated Independence Day safely, but also had a great time.

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NM reports 253 virus cases, led by Dona Ana County » Albuquerque JournalSANTA FE — New Mexico reported 253 new coronavirus cases Monday — one of the highest totals since the pandemic began in March — as Doña Ana County emerged as a new hot spot.

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NM reports 253 new cases and two more deaths » Albuquerque JournalNew Mexico reported 253 new coronavirus cases Monday - one of the highest totals since the pandemic began - as Doña Ana County emerged as a new hot spot.

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Lovington firefighters open gaming centerTwo Lovington firefighters bring something new to Lovington, a collectibles and hobby shop. Tall Tales Gaming is in the center of downtown Lovington, on Main Street, across from the courthouse, and is providing a place where people can play games, eat, and build friendships, according to the store's mission statement.

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NM again reports 250+ COVID-19 cases, with new record-high in Dona Ana CountyThe New Mexico Department of Health announced 253 additional cases of COVID-19, the fifth-straight day with over 200 cases and the third day out of four with more than 250 cases.

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Lea adds 17 new COVID-19 cases on MondayLea County cumulative total added 17 positive tests for COVID-19 on Monday. The county now has a cumulative total of 204 residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.

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New Mexico reports 2 new deaths, 253 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported two additional COVID-19-related deaths in the state on Monday.

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Onate High School Principal Honored New Mexico Principal of the YearLas Cruces Public Schools congratulates Oñate High School Principal, Jim Schapekahm, for his many outstanding achievements as he was honored as the 2020 Principal of the Year for New Mexico, awarded by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

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New Mexico militia refusing to stand down amid protestsAlbuquerque police detain members of the New Mexico Civil Guard, an armed civilian group, Monday, June 15, 2020, in Albuquerque.

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Native American tribes blocked from receiving data on spread of coronavirus that is freely given to statesWe don't always have the political power to push these large agencies to give us what we need,' says Abigail Echo-Hawk, director of Urban Indian Health Institute.

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Thank you, FriendsThanks for helping us get to the goal! Let's keep it going!

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Texans Can 'Legally' Purchase Marijuana in New Mexico?Maybe 'legal' isn't the right term, but there are ways for Texans to purchase medical marijuana from New Mexico.

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Albuquerque Protests part 1: the 1930sIn this first part of our new series, we look back to different protests and periods of activism in Albuquerque's past.

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Comfort food and books for comfortChristina Stock Photo Yogurt Asian Indian chicken is a light and tasty dish that goes back to the 1940s.

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Mexico reports 4,902 new coronavirus cases, 480 more deathsMexico's health ministry on Monday reported 4,902 new confirmed coronavirus infections and 480 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 261,750 cases and 31,119 deaths.

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Looking Up: UFO secrecy has changed our worldThe cancellation of the 2020 Roswell UFO Festival because of the coronavirus pandemic has set me thinking about lectures I've done myself at the International UFO Museum and Research Center for that yearly extravaganza, based on my own research.

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Ultra Health to Provide Medical Cannabis for Reciprocal Patients in N.M.New Mexico's Medical Cannabis Program will officially begin allowing medical cannabis patients from out-of-state to possess and purchase medical cannabis while in New Mexico.

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From the Vault: Art is for everyoneSubmitted Photo Students try to draw like Peter Hurd at the Roswell Museum and Art Center.

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Historically Speaking: A kid's memory of Dr. Robert Hutchings GoddardPhoto Courtesy of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico The caption reads, "Dr. Robert H. Goddard posed with a rocket" - date unknown.

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New Mexico tribe transforms old casino into movie studioThis June 25, 2020 photo shows the exterior of Camel Rock Studios, a new film studio owned by Tesuque Pueblo of New Mexico, in Santa Fe, N.M. The Native American tribe in northern New Mexico has opened up the movie studio at the site of a former casino aimed at attracting big productions in what is believed to be a first by a Indigenous tribal...

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Navajo Nation reports 38 new COVID-19 cases, 1 additional death"In areas near and around the Navajo Nation, they continue to see sharp increases in new COVID-19 cases, but today the Navajo Nation is reporting 38 new cases," Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez said in a release Sunday.

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Spotlight: News from Secret CircusPhoto Courtesy of Secret Circus The twin brothers Joel Åhman and "Captain" Klas Åhman in Ruidoso before the pandemic forced the brothers to stay apart.

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New Mexico Requiring 14-Day Self-Quarantine For Most VisitorsNew Mexico is now enforcing mandatory self-quarantine for out-of-state travelers coming to the state, with certain exceptions.

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New Mexico summit takes regional approach to local foodThe third annual Northwest New Mexico Local Food Summit promises to dish out local food news again this year, but in a virtual space.

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New Mexico schools opening comes amid nurse shortageThe hybrid reopening of New Mexico public schools will come amid a statewide nursing shortage, adding to the anxiety of parents and teachers.

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Oasis in the DesertWhen looking for places to camp and things to do in the Carlsbad area I stumbled upon this day use area called Sitting Bull Falls.

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State health officials report 8 new COVID-19 cases in Eastern New MexicoConstant openings and closings may be 'death knell' for restaurants, says Junior's Cheesecake owner.

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Episode 127: Sara PedrosaSara Pedrosa comes on to tells her story as an Ultrarunner as the all around sweetest person ever.

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Fourth of July draws controversy during pandemic, protestsAs fireworks lit up the sky on the Fourth of July, so too rang out shouts of injustice in the night amidst a resurgence of controversy surrounding the holiday.

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Couponing: The do's and don't'sCollege can be one of the most financially stressful points in your life. You have to balance classes, pay thousands of dollars for tuition and even more for a place to live.

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Pedestrian safety, COVID-19 transmission remain top concerns as ART resumes operationsThe Albuquerque Rapid Transit system has resumed service, sporting a bright red coat of paint along the UNM section of its route.

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Clovis Municipal Schools has declined state suggestion to extend academic yearBased on funding uncertainty, jeopardy to established priorities and a commitment to lessening the strain on students and staff, Clovis Municipal Schools has declined to add 10 additional days to the 2020-2021 Instructional Calendar.

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New Mexico militia refusing to stand down amid protestsBryce Provance scratches combat formations into the dry earth as four others - camouflaged in bulletproof helmets and vests - watch intently.

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City of Portales posts watering scheduleDue to this year's drought, the City of Portales has posted watering schedules for residents in its effort for water conservation in the area.

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Update: Covid-19 Cases In Eastern New MexicoAnother 10 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Eastern New Mexico as the state health department reported 257 new cases across the state Friday.

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New Mexico Adds 494 COVID-19 Cases Over WeekendHealth Secretary Kathy Kunkel to retire, Corrections Department wants more sewing machines and Maria's plans to re-open today after COVID-19 scare.

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Roosevelt County Fair canceled amid Coronavirus pandemicThe Roosevelt County Fair Board has announced that this year's County Fair will be canceled for the first time in over a century.

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Troubled New Mexico city to replace police chiefThe mayor of a troubled New Mexico city has fired its police chief but will keep him until a replacement is named.

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New Mexico schools opening comes amid nurse shortageThe hybrid reopening of New Mexico public schools will come amid a statewide nursing shortage, adding to the anxiety of parents and teachers.

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New Mexico Football: Danny Gonzales is right man for job in 2020With an exciting new head coach in Danny Gonzales, there is hope for the future, but 2020 will be a tough one for New Mexico football.

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New Mexico tribe transforms old casino into movie studioTESUQUE PUEBLO, N.M. — A small northern New Mexico Native American tribe has opened a movie studio in a former casino that it hopes will lure big productions.

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Guest column: New Mexico nuclear facility is bad newsWhat we see happening with this so-called interim site is that it does not solve the nuclear waste problem.

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Trudeau Opts Against Attending Washington Summit on New NaftaBloomberg) - Justin Trudeau declined to attend a trilateral summit in Washington this week to inaugurate the new trade pact between the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

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New one-day coronavirus case record Saturday sends tally over 250,000Mexico's official Covid-19 death toll passed 30,000 on the weekend while a new-single day record of 6,914 was set on Saturday.

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New Fortress Energy Significantly Reduces Future LNG Supply Costs for 2020New Fortress Energy LLC announced that the Company entered into an agreement with Centrica LNG Company Limited to terminate New Fortresss obligation to purchase any additional LNG from Centrica for the remainder of 2020 in exchange for a payment of $105 million.

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New Mexico Educational Retirement Board Sells 5,300 Shares of News CorpNew Mexico Educational Retirement Board reduced its position in News Corp by 17.8% during the first quarter, according to its most recent 13F filing with the SEC.

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Productora designs pink concrete playgrounds in MexicoPink concrete forms seats, steps and climbing walls in these two public parks designed by Mexican architecture firm Productora.

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New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern asked to give advice on Kanye West's presidential runNew Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said she "doesn't have any advice" for Kanye West, after the rapper announced his intention to run for president of the US.

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The Carlsbad region was poised to send $3 billion to New Mexico coffers, thanks to one of the biggest oil booms in history. Then came COVID.On a Thursday in late May, Michael Trujillo sat in the slightly softened evening light and watched his three children play in the water at Lake Carlsbad Beach Park, an unexpected patch of blue in the Chihuahuan desert.

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Is NM's unemployment rate reason to hope? » Albuquerque JournalNew Mexico moves at a leisurely pace in a lot of areas, including entering and exiting economic downturns.

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Will COVID-19 Hasten Juvenile Justice Reform in New Mexico?ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - As in the prison population in general, young people of color are disproportionately represented in the U.S. juvenile justice system - in nearly every state....

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Former Mark Pardo employee said salons are not doing enough to keep people safeThe former employee, who wished to remain anonymous, said she believes the salon is not taking the virus seriously and is prioritizing profits over people's health.

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Family cleans up shed fire aftermath caused by 4th of July fireworksA Bernalillo County family had a close call Saturday night after an illegal firework caught their shed on fire.

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Brothers launch disinfection business with the hopes of helping others reopenTwo Albuquerque brothers took a leap of faith a few months ago and decided to open a disinfection business.

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UNM revising budget after cuts » Albuquerque JournalThe budget solvency bill signed by the governor after the recent special session cuts millions from the University of New Mexico and other higher education institutions throughout the state, said Barbara Damron, the chief government relations officer at UNM.

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Troubled New Mexico city to replace police chiefLAS VEGAS, N.M. — The mayor of a troubled New Mexico city has fired its police chief but will keep him until a replacement is named.

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New Mexico schools opening comes amid nurse shortageLAS CRUCES, N.M. — The hybrid reopening of New Mexico public schools will come amid a statewide nursing shortage, adding to the anxiety of parents and teachers.

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Mariachi Mecca: Mexico's national heritage under threat from Covid-19The mariachi musicians of Mexico City are struggling to eke out a living during the pandemic.

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NM sees a fourth-straight day of 200+ new COVID-19 casesState health officials announced Sunday an additional 203 cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico, with no new deaths related to the disease.

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Back to Back RoadBack Road Pizza founder Piper Kapin on business, foodservice and the great pandemic Courtesy Piper Kapin.

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Report: New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in the nationThe Albuquerque Journal reported Sunday that New Mexico had 535 suicides in 2018, the most recent year for which nationwide data is available.

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No new COVID deaths in NM Sunday, but new case numbers high » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — There were no deaths due to COVID-19 reported in New Mexico on Sunday, but the number of new cases topped 200 for a fourth day in a row.

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Black and White rocksThis post is a series of black and white images of boulders and rocks only.

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Classic: The RecipeThe air was especially still today, more so than usual in. The sun seemed suspended in the air for a few hours now, betraying its normal trajectory.

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New Mexico reports 203 new COVID-19 cases, no additional deathsThe New Mexico Department of Health reported no additional COVID-19-related deaths and 203 new COVID-19 cases Sunday.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Cases: 13,256New Mexico health officials report 494 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend and two more deaths.

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15 new COVID-19 cases announced for Lea CountyLea County cumulative total added 15 positive tests for COVID-19 on Sunday. The county now has a cumulative total of 187 residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.

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200 more virus cases in New MexicoSANTA FE, New Mexico — New Mexico health officials reported an additional 200 coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the statewide total of confirmed infections to 13,256.

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Seminole police not citing non-mask wearersThe Seminole Police Department , with chief Bernie Kraft, released a statement Saturday regarding Texas Gov.

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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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No COVID-19 deaths reported in New Mexico SundayNew Mexico state health officials announced 203 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Sunday. No additional deaths were announced.

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Some Texas and New Mexico law enforcement agencies say they won't enforce governors' orders to wear masksIn New Mexico, which has required the wearing of face masks in public since May, some law enforcement agencies similarly said they wouldn't be enforcing the order, as the governor promised the state would "aggressively" enforce it.

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'Conquistador' image on New Mexico water tank targetedThe town's seal shows a conquistador helmet resting on top of an ax used by invading Spanish soldiers in the 1500s.

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Report: New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in the nationThe Albuquerque Journal reported Sunday that New Mexico had 535 suicides in 2018, the most recent year for which nationwide data is available.

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New Mexico: Images of the Land of EnchantmentA few glimpses of New Mexico's landscape, and some of the animals and people calling it home.

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Report: New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in the nationThe Albuquerque Journal reported Sunday that New Mexico had 535 suicides in 2018, the most recent year for which nationwide data is available.

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New Mexico finally establishes alternative fuel corridorsNew Mexico officials have announced that the Federal Highway Administration has designated the state's first alternative fuel corridors.

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Mexico reports 4,683 new coronavirus cases, total now 256,848Mexican health authorities reported 4,683 confirmed new infections of the novel coronavirus on Sunday, pushing its tally to a total of 256,848, and 273 more deaths to a total of 30,639.

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Report: New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in the nationNew Mexico's suicide rate reportedly is the highest in the nation.

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Boulder Creek QB Bear Milacek commits to New Mexico footballBear Milacek became the fourth quarterback in the 2021 class in Arizona to commit to an NCAA Division I college for football.

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Bear Milacek commits to New MexicoPhoenix. Boulder Creek three-star quarterback Bear Milacek talks commitment to the New Mexico Lobos...

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Report: New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in the nationALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico's suicide rate reportedly is the highest in the nation. The Albuquerque Journal reported Sunday that New Mexico had 535 suicides in 2018, the most recent year for which nationwide data is available.

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New Mexico reports 203 additional cases of novel coronavirusAnother 203 people have become infected with the novel coronavirus in New Mexico, including eight in Santa Fe County, pushing the total number of confirmed cases to 13,256, state health officials said Sunday.

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New Mexico reports 203 more coronavirus cases, zero deathsNew Mexico health officials have reported an additional 203 coronavirus cases but no more known deaths as of Sunday.

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Some Texas and New Mexico law enforcement agencies say they won't enforce governors' orders to wear masksIn New Mexico, which has required the wearing of face masks in public since May, some law enforcement agencies similarly said they wouldn't be enforcing the order, as the governor promised the state would "aggressively" enforce it.

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Cox Canyon fire near New Mexico line at 130 acresThe Cox Canyon fire burning near the Colorado-New Mexico line north of Aztec was about 130 acres in size as of Sunday morning, according to the San...

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Petroglyphs and Patriotism by the Light of the Buck MoonIt was the Fourth of July, and I'd hardly even thought of it. Then again, what better way to spend it than perched on a rock in our public lands, watching a moonrise that eclipsed any fireworks show I could possibly imagine.

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Boulder Creek QB Bear Milacek commits to New Mexico Lobos footballBear Milacek became the fourth quarterback in the 2021 class in Arizona to commit to an NCAA Division I college for football.

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Oversight, racial justice and New Mexico education: We have a long way to goA week ago, I sat on a panel for the governor's Racial Justice Listening Session, where the governor rightly stated that racial justice must be acted on, not merely talked about.

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Wanted: 18-year-old women to voteLong-time Albuquerque-based activist Pamelya Herndon thinks women will achieve pay equity by 2030. According to a national group called Status of Women, if current trends continue, women in New Mexico won't see equal pay until 2054.

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Sports: Week in Review » Albuquerque JournalA look back at the top sporting stories in northern New Mexico.

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NM lawmakers should set new redistricting criteria » Albuquerque JournalAt least since 2018, the platform of the Democratic Party of New Mexico has included the intention to end gerrymandering, the practice of creating or "drawing" voting districts in a way to favor a political party or incumbent politician.

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Silver City Museum will host virtual storytime in English and Spanish » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The series will feature How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya on July 12 and Stone Soup/Sopa de Piedras by Marcia Brown on July 26.

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Colorful New MexicoNew Mexico is a popular subject in photography. Often the images depict a harsh, barren landscape.

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3 New Mexico lawmakers praise House climate plan » Albuquerque JournalThe three - U.S. Reps. Deb Haaland and Ben Ray Luján and U.S. Sen. Tom Udall - played roles in crafting legislation included in the plan, which calls for the country to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide by no later than 2050.

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Report: Healthy soil, local food systems key for NM agriculture » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — States farmers buy out-of-state feed, sell most of their products elsewhere.

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Grants Mayor leads 4th of July parade despite governor's plea to cancelGrants Mayor Martin Hicks led the city's 115th Annual 4th of July Parade Saturday morning.

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New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in US » Albuquerque JournalIn 2017, New Mexico was fourth in the nation with 491 suicides, or a rate of 23.5 for 100,000 residents, according to official data released annually by the American Association of Suicidology.

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Phyllis G. BarreraPhyllis G. Barrera , a long-time resident of Roswell, New Mexico, passed away peacefully Saturday the 20th of June 2020, at Mission Arch Nursing Home.

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Mary Catherine SoensMary Catherine Soens bid farewell to her loving family and friends on June 27, 2020 after living over a hundred years.

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Sylvia Jean Sacra SissonSylvia Jean Sacra Sisson, 75, of Bartlesville, OK went home to be with Jesus on June 19, 2020.

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Amador PeraltaAMADOR PERALTA, 33, passed away on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, in Roswell, New Mexico. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with Amador's family at.

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Scott G. BaileyScott G. Bailey, age 88, passed away on June 29, 2020 in Portales, NM.

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New Mexico finally establishes alternative fuel corridorsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico officials have announced that the Federal Highway Administration has designated the state's first alternative fuel.

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David SorensonSorenson, 97, passed away on June 27, 2020 at home in Roswell surrounded by family.

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State Police: Face mask order will be enforcedThe New Mexico State Police will enforce a state order requiring the use of face coverings in public.

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8 more COVID-19 cases reported in Chaves CountyEight new COVID-19 positive test results in Chaves County were among 291 announced statewide Saturday, as cases of the virus continue to soar in New Mexico and across the nation.

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Strange family celebrates unusual FourthSubmitted Photo Fireworks aren't part of the July 4 family photo this year for the Strange family.

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Volunteers continue push to 50K census countSubmitted Photo Marcos Nava and his son, Marc Nava, a Brigham Young University college student home during the academic recess, set up a booth on the lawn of the Chaves County Courthouse Saturday to encourage residents to complete the census by mail, phone or online as soon as possible and no later than Oct.

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New state laws prompt suggested lodgers' tax changesLisa Dunlap Photo If a new city ordinance is approved, Roswell will change the city code regarding lodgers' taxes.

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UFO Museum and Research Center gets 'facelift'2019 Roswell Daily Record - Roswell Area News - Proudly sponsoring The Roswell Incident Project since 2016!

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Gary Smith: Dedicated to keeping heroes employedSubmitted Photo Pictured during an on-site Patriot Award presentation at the New Mexico Youth ChalleNGe Academy are, from left, Marlin Wells, ESGR member; Gary Smith, area chair, ESGR; Chris Lara, New Mexico Youth ChalleNGe Academy; and Steve Henderson, ESGR member.

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4th of July fireworks dazzle over AlbuquerqueThe city of Albuquerque set off fireworks displays across the city for people to enjoy from their homes.

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Legislative candidates see drop in fundraisingThe flow of money into most local legislative candidates slowed or ceased altogether in late May and throughout June.

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PPP loan program deadline extendedThe U.S. Small Business Administration loan program - intended to help small businesses keep their employees and stay afloat during pandemic-related business restrictions - has been extended.

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New Mexico Youth ChalleNGe vital part of RoswellJ.T. Keith File Photo New Mexico Youth ChalleNGe Academy cadets stand at ease during Hike It and Spike It in 2017.

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New Mexico finally establishes alternative fuel corridorsNew Mexico officials have announced that the Federal Highway Administration has designated the state's first alternative fuel corridors.

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19 laws take effect, including new early childhood departmentWhile most of the hot-button issues from the regular 2020 session that won the governor's signature went into effect in May - 90 days after Lujan Grisham's signature - 19 new laws went into effect Wednesday, including the creation of the Early Childhood Education and Care Department.

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New Mexico firework stands benefit from El Paso banFirework stands in El Paso were forced to shut down by noon on Friday, but just across the state line in New Mexico stands are able to remain open this weekend.

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Should New Mexico close its borders?Decades ago when I moved to California, I had to drive through a traffic checkpoint so officers could see if I was carrying any fruit from elsewhere into their state.

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Eye on New Mexico: New forms of policingIn this episode of Eye on New Mexico, Chris Ramirez looks back on 4 Investigates stories that address policing from two different perspectives.

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'Conquistador' image on New Mexico water tank targetedRoger Fragua, a Jemez Pueblo member and executive director of the nonprofit group Flower Hill Institute, recently sent a letter to Bernalillo, asking the mayor to talk about the large depiction on a state highway that runs through many Pueblo lands.

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Fireworks safety tips for celebrating the 4th of JulyFire officials offered last-minute safety tips so people can enjoy the 4th of July safely.

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New Mexico tribe transforms old casino into movie studioThe Tesuque Pueblo recently converted the building near Santa Fe into a movie studio campus called Camel Rock Studios with more than 25,000 square feet of filming space.

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Oversight, racial justice and New Mexico education: We have a long way to goIt's crucial that we address the link between racial justice and the necessity of this lawsuit in the first place.

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New Mexico-Colorado line wildfire grows to 100 acresSevere dry conditions a high risk for fast-growing fires.

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New Mexico cases at 13,063 at start of holiday weekendNew Mexico health officials have reported an additional 291 COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total of confirmed infections to 13,063.

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Nearly 300 new cases of COVID-19 in NM, as state processes record number of testsOn Saturday, the state Department of Health announced that 291 people tested positive for COVID-19, once again setting the standard for the second-most confirmed cases in a single day in New Mexico.

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New Mexico State Parks Enforcing Public Health OrderSanta Fe, NM - New Mexico State Parks officials remind the public that the current Public Health Order is mandatory and is being enforced statewide.

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NM Working Families: New political party certified in New MexicoDemocratic Senators Clemente Sanchez of Grants, left, and John Arthur Smith, of Deming, listen to a tribute from colleagues during a special session Saturday, June 20, 2020.

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Wildfire in southern New Mexico grows, 39% contained » Albuquerque JournalThe U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday the blaze in the Apache Kid Wilderness has grown to 18 square miles.

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New Mexico has 291 additional cases of novel coronavirusOfficials said 1,988 people in New Mexico have been hospitalized for COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the virus, since the pandemic began and 121 were currently hospitalized.

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New Mexico's suicide rate is highest in US » Albuquerque JournalIn 2017, New Mexico was fourth in the nation with 491 suicides, or a rate of 23.5 for 100,000 residents, according to official data released annually by the American Association of Suicidology.

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NM records 291 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths » Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — For the third day in a row, New Mexico broke its second highest daily count of COVID-19 cases.

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Lea has single biggest increase day with 25 COVID-19 casesLea County cumulative total added 25 positive tests for COVID-19 on Saturday, the single biggest jump in cases for the county since the state began tracking numbers.

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New Mexico reports 2 new deaths, 291 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported two additional COVID-19-related deaths in the state on Saturday.

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Wildfire in southern New Mexico grows, 39% containedMAGDELENA, N.M. — A wildfire in southern New Mexico continues to grow. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Saturday the blaze in the Apache Kid Wilderness has grown to 18 square miles.

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