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New Mexico surpasses 100,000 cases and reports record-breaking 40 deaths from COVID-19 WednesdayNew Mexico became the 37th state to record 100,000 cases in total for COVID-19 and the state announced a record-breaking 40 deaths Wednesday related to the illness.

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Virgin Galactic sets Dec. 11 flight windowVirgin Galactic said Wednesday that a new window will open on Dec. 11 for its first powered flight to space from Spaceport America in southern New Mexico.

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NM breaks daily record with 40 virus deathsNew Mexico burst through its daily records for COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations Wednesday as the death toll reached 1,629 residents.

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New Mexico Christmas tree lot offers ‘pay what you can' treesChad Akenhead decided to sell over 40 Christmas trees for whatever amount families could afford to pay.

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The New World: CP-1 Goes CriticalA notable anniversary today: On December 2, 1942, under the direction of Enrico Fermi, a team of nearly 50 researchers worked diligently on a former squash court beneath Stagg Field at the University of Chicago.

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Daily Covid-19 UpdateAs of yesterday, December 1st, the State of New Mexico has reported 50 additional positive COVID-19 cases for Curry County, raising the total number reported on Tuesday from 3,192, to 3,242 for the county’s total amount.

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Enddwi Checkpoints For DecemberThe Clovis Police Department will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint and DWI saturation patrols in December. DWI Checkpoints will be conducted on December 11th, 2020. Officers will be specifically targeting alcohol and drug-impaired drivers.

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Coronavirus surge in New Mexico leads hospital officials to warn they are running out of bedsHospital officials in New Mexico are warning they are at or nearing capacity as cases of COVID-19 are surging across the state.

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New map shows one New Mexico county moved back to red, another up to yellowTwo metrics determine a New Mexico county's COVID-19 risk status: Its test positivity rate and average daily cases per capita over a two-week period.

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UNM Study Aims to Reduce COVID-19 Spread in New Mexico MinersThe COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionally affected vulnerable populations in New Mexico - and miners are among the most affected.

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NM sets new ‘red-to-green' map with surprise county in ‘yellow'SANTA FE — New Mexico launched its new county-level public health restrictions Wednesday with just one community — San Miguel County, home to Las Vegas — reaching the tier that allows indoor restaurant dining.

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New Mexico Courts Expand Online Dispute Resolution To Landlord-Tenant Disputes Over Money DueCOURTS NEWS New Mexico courts are expanding a free Online Dispute Resolution service to money due disputes in landlord-tenant cases, adding features such as text capabilities to make it more convenient for parties and mediators to use, and requiring plaintiff participation.

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New Mexico on track to surpass 100K confirmed infectionsNew Mexico is expected to mark another grim milestone as the coronavirus pandemic marches on and some public health restrictions are eased following a two-week lockdown.

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Area Wide Protective buys companies in New Mexico and UtahFrom Crain's Akron Business: Terms of the purchases of Advantage Barricade and RoadMark LLC of Albuquerque and Traffic Safety Rentals of Salt Lake City were not disclosed.

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2 longtime Democratic New Mexico senators vacate seats earlyA longtime New Mexico state senator has announced he is retiring from his position a month before his four-year term was scheduled to expire.

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CLA expands in New MexicoTop 100 Firm CliftonLarsonAllen LLP has merged in Albuquerque, New Mexico-based Atkinson and Co., effective Dec.

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Kelati, UNM's star distance runner, turns pro, signs with Under ArmourWeini Kelati, who won two NCAA titles and 13 All-America honors as a star distance runner for the University of New Mexico, has turned pro, signing with Under Armor, which made the announcement in a press release on Tuesday morning.

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2 engines, 12 cars on freight train derail in New MexicoBurlington Northern Santa Fe says two engines and 12 empty cars that were part of a BNSF freight train derailed in the southern New Mexico community of Vado early Wednesday morning.

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Targeted for PollutionTwo lawyers with the New Mexico Environmental Law Center have joined a Southside fight against an asphalt plant whose owners want to operate 24/7 and consolidate operations in Santa Fe County.

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2 engines, 12 cars on freight train derail in New MexicoTwo engines and 12 empty cars that were part of a Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train derailed in the southern New Mexico community of Vado early Wednesday morning, the railroad said.&.

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New Mexico on track to surpass 100K confirmed infectionsALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico is expected to mark another grim milestone Wednesday as the coronavirus pandemic marches on and some public health restrictions are eased following a two-week lockdown.

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We Bid Goodbye To Juarez And AnthonyThroughout June and July, while our house in Anthony languished on the market and as the fires of summer raged beyond our doors, I once again boxed items for another move, my hands becoming raw from grappling with cardboard, tape gun, and tape.

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New Mexico on track to surpass 100K confirmed infectionsNew Mexico is expected to mark another grim milestone Wednesday as the coronavirus pandemic marches on and some public health restrictions are eased following a two-week lockdown.

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New Mexico jail seeks to return stolen money to inmatesOfficials are seeking to return funds that were stolen from inmates' accounts at the Bernalillo County jail over several years.

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Seven semi pileup shuts down eastbound I-40 in New MexicoPart of a New Mexico interstate remains closed following an early morning pileup involving several semi trucks.

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Fear and TremblingSFR's writing contest nonfiction winners reflect on anxiety in the age of worry Anson Stevens-Bollen.

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Clovis Man Sentenced To 16 Years In PrisonNinth Judicial District Attorney,  Andrea Reeb,  announced that yesterday, December 1st, Lonnie Clark, age 31, of Clovis, pleaded guilty to three felonies: Burglary of a Commercial Property, Breaking and Entering, and Receiving or Transferring a Stolen Motor Vehicle.

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Train derailment at Vado injures 2, causes millions of dollars damageVADO, New Mexico — A train derailment in Vado Wednesday morning resulted in millions of dollars in damage and will require weeks of cleanup, according to the New Mexico State Police.

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Virgin Galactic gets NASA contract, prepares for test flightThe agency says the contracts are worth a combined $45 million.

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Red To Green Levels Take Effect TodayToday is the first day that the red to green systems take effect. As a reminder, Curry county is currently in the red meaning, essential business may operate at 25% of maximum occupancy or 75 people at a time, whichever is smaller, indoor dining is currently still not permitted, close contact businesses are now allowed to operate at 25% max...

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Navajo Nation reports 104 new COVID-19 cases, 3 more deathsThe Navajo Nation is reporting 104 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths.

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Crash involving 7 semis shuts down EB I-40 near Sedillo HillA crash involving seven semi-trucks has closed eastbound I-40 near Sedillo Hill, according to the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office.

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New Mexico Activities Association votes to move sports start date to Feb. 1The previous plan was for the sports season to begin on Jan. 4 with basketball, swimming and diving and spirit competitions.

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Extra $1,200 Stimulus Checks Are Going To 140,000 New Mexicans, Here's WhyTens of thousands of New Mexicans may receive a second stimulus check in December, most valued at $1,200, but some at $750; however, unlike the first one that came from the federal government, the second one will come from the state.

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City Council Approves CARES Funds, Extends Emergency ProclamationNew Mexico transitions today to a new county-level framework for restrictions. Counties with test positivity rates at 5% or lower and average daily cases of 8 or fewer per 100,000 will be considered green and have the most expansive options for businesses and gatherings.

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New Mexico State cruises past Benedictine Mesa 92-54Donnie Tillman and Evan Gilyard II scored 17 points apiece and New Mexico State rolled to a 92-54 win over NAIA member Benedictine Mesa on Tuesday night.

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New Mexico Christmas tree lot offers ‘pay what you can' treesChad Akenhead decided to sell over 40 Christmas trees for whatever amount families could afford to pay.

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New map shows one New Mexico county moved back to red, another up to yellowTwo metrics determine a New Mexico county's COVID-19 risk status: Its test positivity rate and average daily cases per capita over a two-week period.

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New Mexico SIC backs Macquarie North America infrastructure fundNew Mexico State Investment Council has approved a $100m commitment to Macquarie Infrastructure Partners V , a North America infrastructure fund which has so far raised 80% of its $5bn fundraising target.

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City workers in New Mexico continue annual tradition with 'tumbleweed snowman'Courtesy: KOAT/CNNALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  Every winter, city workers in New Mexico get together to build their version of a snowman.

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I Tried Burger King's New Veggie Burger in Mexico. Here's What Happened.The fast food company in partnership with Unilever's The Vegetarian Butcher introduced the Whopper Vegetal.

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Mental health workbook in the works for UNM communityBruce Smith, associate professor for the University of New Mexico course Positive Psychology, is creating a workbook to help UNM staff and students to navigate mental health struggles through positive psychology.

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Tiny Home Village to have first five residents by end of the yearTiny Home Village  a transitional housing complex in Bernalillo Countys Albuquerque Indian Center  is scheduled to complete construction next month.

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2 engines, 12 cars on freight train derail in New MexicoVADO, N.M. — Two engines and 12 empty cars that were part of a Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train derailed in the southern New Mexico community of Vado early Wednesday morning, the railroad said.

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Why Los Alamos, New Mexico is One of the Safest in US For This Particular CrimeThe rate of larceny varies dramatically across the United States. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed larceny rates released by the FBI for over 4,500 cities to determine how theft in Los Alamos, New Mexico compares to other U.S. cities and the nation as a whole.

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Why This Type of Property Crime is Far More Common in Los Lunas, New MexicoThe rate of larceny varies dramatically across the United States. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed larceny rates released by the FBI for over 4,500 cities to determine how theft in Los Lunas, New Mexico compares to other U.S. cities and the nation as a whole.

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2 engines, 12 cars on freight train derail in New MexicoTwo engines and 12 empty cars that were part of a Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train derailed in the southern New Mexico community of Vado early Wednesday morning, the railroad said.

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Congratulations! These are the 11 new Magical Towns of MexicoThese designations seek to reactivate national and international tourism in various states in 2021.

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Netflix Announces Plan to Expand New Mexico Production StudioNetflix made a major announcement last week and revealed a plan to add 300 acres to its production space at ABQ Studios Albuquerque, in New Mexico, making it one of the largest production hubs in North America.

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New Mexico on track to surpass 100K confirmed infectionsNew Mexico is expected to mark another grim milestone Wednesday as the coronavirus pandemic marches on and some public health restrictions are eased following a two-week lockdown.

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New Mexico State shows improvement in 92-54 win over Benedictine-MesaThe New Mexico State men's basketball team earned a 92-54 win over Benedictine University at Mesa on Tuesday.

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A Black life ends in a New Mexico police shootingRodney Applewhite, 25, was driving through New Mexico late last week on his way to Arizona to spend Thanksgiving with his mother and other family members.

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Season 4 Episode 3: Targeted PollutionSFR speaks with the lawyers and residents behind a Southside fight against an asphalt plant Katherine Lewin.

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Editorial: Airman's death is a reminder that DWI still plagues NMDWI in New Mexico is like a great white shark swimming silently in the deep - until it surfaces, and with powerful jaws grabs an unsuspecting swimmer or surfer with sometimes deadly consequences.

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2020 Gift GuideThere's lots more where these came from, but ­consider this a good start for gifting locally this year.

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‘Anything for Jackson' ReviewThis year's stellar Canadian horror entry, Anything for Jackson comes to us on the Shudder streaming service from director Justin G. Dyck, who has mainly worked in television movies so far, and it's a glorious updating of the possession trope mixed with a sort of deconstruction of privilege, suburbia and family.

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‘Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan' ReviewIn Crock of Gold, from Glastonbury director Julien Temple, we get the whole story, and I mean whole story on MacGowan, from his earliest days on a farm upon the Emerald Isle itself to his teenage move to London during a time of major IRA upheaval; and his eventual quest to both preserve and evolve traditional Irish music.

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Scrambling for Equal AccessThe Santa Fe Mutual Aid Network helps renters apply for aid.

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Western Big Game Benefits from New Tracking ToolThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.

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Remembering COVID victims from New Mexico's deadliest month of the pandemicNovember was a deadly month for COVID-19 in New Mexico. More than 563 New Mexicans lost their battle to COVID-19 this past month, which accounts for more than a third of the state's total deaths.

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New Mexico jail seeks to return stolen money to inmatesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Officials are seeking to return funds that were stolen from inmates' accounts at the Bernalillo County jail over several years.

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MVD expands online services while in-person offices are shut downWith MVD's closed across the state, MVD officials want to make people aware of their online services.

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As COVID cases sharply rise in Roswell, city councilors vote to reopen all city facilitiesA narrow vote by the Roswell City Council is expected to fully reopen all city facilities, which directly violates the state's public health orders.

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New Mexico State cruises past Benedictine Mesa 92-54PHOENIX — Donnie Tillman and Evan Gilyard II scored 17 points apiece and New Mexico State rolled to a 92-54 win over NAIA member Benedictine Mesa on Tuesday night.

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Councilors say city subsidizes DOH with lease termsAdministrative offices for the New Mexico Department of Health Southeast Region will continue to be housed in Building 611 at the Roswell Air Center after the Roswell City Council took no action on a directive to the city manager to end lease negotiations at a special meeting Monday night.

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Finance Committee to consider zoo feesThe city of Roswell Finance Committee will consider admission fees for the Spring River Zoo when it meets Thursday morning.

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ABQ Business First: New restrictions give local businesses hopeOn Wednesday, the state will move to its new three-tiered system where counties will have to hit certain benchmarks in order to reopen with less.

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Mary MedlinOn Saturday, November 28, 2020, Mary Medlin, loving mother, grandmother, and aunt, passed away at age 73.

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Gregorita G. SchwartzGregorita G. Schwartz, 87, passed away on Sunday, November 29, 2020, at Lovelace Hospital in Roswell, New Mexico.

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Karen BurnettKaren Burnett, 81, of Roswell, NM, passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by family on Sunday, November 29, 2020.

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Sharon Lee FloresSharon Lee Flores of Roswell, NM, entered her heavenly rest into the arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ, on.

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Letha Powell JayLetha Powell Jay, beloved Mother, was taken to be with her Lord on November 28, 2020.

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Patricia "Patti" GamboaOur beautiful mother passed away on Wednesday, November 25th 2020 in Roswell, New Mexico and is now resting.

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John Paul SedilloJOHN PAUL SEDILLO, 78, passed away on Saturday, November 26, 2020, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Christine BatleyServices are pending at Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory for Christine Batley, 84, who passed away Sunday, November 29, 2020.

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Christina Marie BolanosServices are pending at Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory for Christina Marie Bolanos, 57, who passed away Monday, November 30, 2020.

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253 Grocery Lines, Netflix, Special Session and MoreOn this week's podcast, Paul and Wally discuss the fact that New Mexico made national news for its grocery lines.

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Proposed NM Civil Rights Act could be costly, legislators toldLaw enforcement and local government officials expressed misgivings about a proposed New Mexico Civil Rights Act that would allow legal claims to be filed in state court over alleged infringements on free speech, freedom of religion and other constitutional rights.

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New Mexico university to offer industrial hemp certificateRegents at New Mexico Highlands University have approved a new program that will offer students a certificate in industrial hemp entrepreneurship.

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0-5 Lobos to turn to QBs 3 and 4 WyomingConnor Genal, a walk-on redshirt freshman, doesn't seem too fazed about making his first start at quarterback for the University of New Mexico football team.

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A New Mexico civil rights law would remove 'qualified immunity' from police, state officialsA proposed civil rights law would prohibit "qualified immunity" as a defense to claims brought under the proposed Civil Rights Act.

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Xeikon Appoints New Dealer Jetrix to Support Digital Demand in MexicoRobledo, Owner and General Manager at Jetrix states, "I am delighted with our new collaboration with Xeikon."

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Food policy experts advocate greater support for New Mexico farmersAccording to the USDA, most of New Mexico qualifies as a food desert  large areas without access to affordable, healthy nourishment.

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AARP: New Mexico nursing homes short on personal protective gearMost of New Mexico's nursing homes  about 51.5 percent  lack a week's supply of personal protective equipment as the COVID-19 pandemic rages, according to a recent survey by.

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Longtime Democratic state senators vacate seats earlyTo many, the departures were no surprise. Both men lost their Democratic primary races in June.

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DA seeks to reinstate Elexus Groves' murder charge following State Supreme Court rulingLess than 24-hours after the State Supreme Court said Elexus Groves could be charged with murder, her attorney argued for her release.

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Criminal justice reform coalition pushes for legalization of recreational marijuanaA coalition for criminal justice reform has thrown their support behind legalizing recreational marijuana in New Mexico.

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New Mexico offers free digital resource to address addictionA new digital resource designed to help adults address challenges associated with alcohol, other drugs and behavioral addictions has been made available for free to New Mexico residents.

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Legal advocacy group aims to close loophole in state eviction moratoriumA legal advocacy group is working to close a loophole that allows landlords to evict tenants despite the State Supreme Court's moratorium on evictions.

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IBDVisibleWondering what IBD is? Its something I know way too much about. Most of you know that I have Crohns disease which is an inflammatory bowel disease.

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Sens. John Arthur Smith, Richard Martinez step down earlyTo many, the departures were no surprise. Both men lost their Democratic primary races in June.

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7 more virus deaths in southern New Mexico as residents statewide endure long waits for test resultsSANTA FE, New Mexico — New Mexico residents have encountered longer lines for Covid-19 testing and must wait several days or weeks for test results as confirmed coronavirus cases surge throughout the state, health officials said.

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Keller highlights bright spots, challenges in Albuquerque fight against COVID-19Albuquerque continues to struggle in its fight against COVID-19.

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Albuquerque begins December with 70th homicide of 2020The Albuquerque Police Department has investigated 70 homicides in 2020.

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New Mexico reports 21 new deaths, 2,330 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 21 additional COVID-19-related deaths on Tuesday.

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Dion's to expand to Clovis in 2021CLOVIS — New Mexico chain restaurant Dion's Pizza announced on Monday that it will be opening their 26th location in Clovis next summer.

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Regents approve architect contractPORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico University regents didn't waste time Monday during a special meeting, taking just six minutes from open to close on an architect selection.

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McDonald: A look at NM's political landscapeLet's take a look at New Mexico's political landscape, post election. I know, I know, you're sick of politics, but this state still has a lot.

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Bitterly cold week ahead for our regionEastern New Mexico can expect a bitter cold week ahead. The National Weather Service warns of temperatures in the low 20s, winds whipping 20-30 mph and a possibility of light snow today and tonight.

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Homicide victim always sought happinessCLOVIS — Tchicaya Williams, friends and family members said, always tried to make everybody happy, and she was at one of her life's happiest points when she was killed Sunday night.

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Top 7 state flags in the U.S.I am looking for the top seven most appealing, and most representative, state flags in the United States. In order to rank them, I will be using elements of graphic design as well as what that state is representing in the flag design.

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New Mexico Reports 2,330 New COVID-19 Cases and 21 DeathsSanta Fe County 87507 ZIP code is third highest for new cases in the state.

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New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium adds ExxonMobil as research sponsorDate: 12/01/2020 Writer: Tiffany Acosta, 575-646-3929, tfrank@nmsu.edu. Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Google+. Pinterest.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Update: 2,330 New Cases, Totaling 99,419, Including 21 Additional DeathsDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NEWS New Mexico state health officials on Tuesday announced 2,330 additional COVID-19 cases.

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New Mexico State basketball schedules game against ArizonaThe New Mexico State men's basketball team is set to\u00a0play Arizona on Dec.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations near record high in NMSANTA FE  New Mexico reported 21 more coronavirus deaths Tuesday as hospitalizations fell just short of a record high.

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New Mexico State added to Arizona Wildcats men's basketball scheduleNew Mexico State will come to McKale Center on Dec. 12 for a nonconference tilt, replacing the UTEP game that was originally scheduled for Nov.

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DOH again reports over 2,300 new COVID-19 cases, over 20 deathsThe state Department of Health reported 2,330 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. The department also reported 21 additional deaths related to the disease.

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Redistricting and reform: voters want more competition and transparencyNew Mexicans want a redistricting process they can trust, finds a new survey released by the UNM Center for Social Policy.

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SITE Santa Fe Director Irene Hofmann to Step DownHofmann leaves after a decade with the venerable institution Courtesy SITE Santa Fe - SFR file photo.

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Update on our DucksThe ducks are all doing great. I haven’t gotten any eggs recently but that soon will change.

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Coyote CanyonWe revisited Coyote Canyon on warm November morning a cou...

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Mexico reports 8,819 new coronavirus cases, 825 more deathsMexico's health ministry on Tuesday reported 8,819 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 825 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 1,122,362 cases and 106,765 deaths.

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Oil Price Crash Crushes New Mexico's Hope For Free CollegeNew Mexico had big public spending ambitions, including free college paid for with money from the shale boom, but the oil crisis could derail those plans.

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New Mexico State shows improvement in 92-54 win over Benedictine-MesaThe New Mexico State men's basketball team earned a 92-54 win over Benedictine University at Mesa on Tuesday.

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North Plains Mall To Partner With Salvation ArmyAs we head into the holidays, North Plains Mall has partnered with The Lighthouse Mission to help celebrate the season of giving.

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New Mexico jail seeks to return stolen money to inmatesALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Officials are seeking to return funds that were stolen from...

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New Mexico State cruises past Benedictine Mesa 92-54PHOENIX — Donnie Tillman and Evan Gilyard II scored 17 points apiece and New Mexico State rolled to a 92-54 win over NAIA member Benedictine Mesa on Tuesday night.

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Holiday Scratchers from New Mexico Lottery Available NowALBUQUERQUE – ‘Tis the season for Red and Green Holiday Scratchers from the New Mexico Lottery, now on sale in stores.

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New Mexico nurse tends to her own father as he battles COVID-19 in ICU: 'He's our anchor'The Garcia family stays strong as their father fights against COVID-19. His daughter Carolina stays by his side as a nurse while his family looks on.

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New Mexico residents endure long wait for virus resultsHealth officials say residents in New Mexico have encountered longer lines for COVID-19 testing and are waiting several days or weeks for results as confirmed coronavirus cases surge throughout the state.

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Aggies in the NFLThree former Aggies are currently on NFL rosters.

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UnityPoint Health hires new CEO Clay Holderman from New MexicoUnityPoint Health, based in West Des Moines, has 30,000 employees, 40 hospitals and about $400 million in annual revenues.

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New Mexico residents endure long wait for virus resultsNew Mexico residents have waited in longer lines for COVID-19 testing and must wait several days to several weeks for test results as confirmed coronavirus cases surge throughout the state, health officials said.

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Troll Wars: Birth of an Internet ActivistThere, among the comments, a troll crawled out, singing the unrelated praises of an administration that, hiding behind the Great American Outdoors Act as a cloak of environmentalism, had laid waste to countless acres of public lands to the benefit of corporate interests.

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Growing Forward: Holiday LeftoversThis week marks the final episode of Growing Forward’s first season. This week, we talk about some of the things we didn’t get to in subsequent episodes.

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Mexico reports 8,819 new coronavirus cases, 825 more deathsMexico's health ministry on Tuesday reported 8,819 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 825 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 1,122,362 cases and 106,765 deaths.

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Here are the 7 oil and gas operators being sued by the New Mexico State Land OfficeThe New Mexico State Land Office filed lawsuits against multiple oil and gas companies the Office alleged were in violation of obligations to remediate land used for extraction operations after production ceased.

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Dobson: Hard choice, but better to lose burdens that aren't oursRecently, I saw an illustration from Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life. Initially drawn in by the beautifully illustrated birds, it was the accompanying statement that produced one of those "aha" moments: "No matter what you do, someone will always talk about you."

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Region sets record with 7 covid-related deathsThe first day of December marked the deadliest day for COVID-19 related deaths in the region since the pandemic began in March.

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Presbyterian provides info on mailing errorsPresbyterian Health Plan announced last week it began mailing letters to some of its health plan members about a misdirected mailing that occurred Oct.

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Chamber seeking award nominations for 2020CLOVIS — The Clovis / Curry County Chamber of Commerce does not anticipate being able to hold its normal end-of-year banquet due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but is still seeking nominations for community-minded businesses and individuals who have risen to the occasion with acts of service, be they public or private.

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Governor talks tiersSANTA FE — After the state released an outline of the three tiers for reopening counties last Friday, Gov.

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COVID roundup: Area confirms 50 Monday casesBY THE STAFF OF THE NEWS CLOVIS — As New Mexico closes in on 100,000 COVID-19 cases, eastern New Mexico reported 121 new cases on Monday and Tuesday.

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Cannon AFB, climate among many reasons Space Command fitsIf you are one to dwell in the negative, this editorial challenge is not for you.

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McManigal: Feeling a little extra freedom latelyDid you just feel a little breeze of extra freedom? I felt it. Why would I feel a bit freer than I did a couple of months ago?

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Clovis man sentenced to 16 1/2 yearsA Clovis man was sentenced to 16 1/2 years in prison after pleading to three felonies Tuesday, according to a release from the district attorney's office.

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Williamson: Book countdown a merry Christmas traditionWhen our daughter was but a little tyke, I stumbled across an idea in a parenting magazine about how to extend the magic and anticipation of the Christmas season with a month-long countdown of books.

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Shelburne: Best to read and heed warnings of our Creator"I'm pretty sure I can wire around that." Right. That's the sort of statement that fits in very well with other Famous Last Word pronouncements of the Tim "the Toolman" Taylor variety.

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Jail logsBooked The following were booked into local jails : Clovis - Lisa Gutierrez, 40, failure to appear on misdemeanor charge, resisting, evading or obstructing an officer - Edgar Saldana-Solis, 28, battery against a household member - Jeffery Perkins, 61, failure to appear on misdemeanor charge - Dominic Morin, 36, driving w...

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

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Pages PastDec. 2 On this date... 1950: Home construction permits in Clovis were up in November from October, but fell far below November permits issued in.

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Joint study seeks to understand food security in New Mexico during pandemicWhile the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted lives of New Mexico residents, a group of researchers from New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico set out to better understand how the pandemic affected food access and security in communities across the state.

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Albuquerque police investigate fatal stabbingAlbuquerque Police Department spokesman Gilbert Gallegos said officers were called out in response to a man "down and out on the sidewalk." Upon their arrival, they found a man dead.

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University Launches New Mexico's First-Ever Hemp Business Certificate ProgramsNew Mexico Highlands University will begin the state's first hemp entrepreneurship program in 2021.

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New Mexico residents endure long wait for virus resultsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico residents have waited in longer lines for COVID-19 testing and must wait several days to several weeks for test results as confirmed coronavirus cases surge throughout the state, health officials said.

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Roswell City Council votes to reopen city facilitiesThe Roswell City Council voted 5-4 Monday night to reopen city facilities, despite the statewide public health order to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Hospitals Nearly OverwhelmedNew Mexico health officials reported 1,684 new COVID-19 cases yesterday, bringing the statewide total so far to 97,095.

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Clovis Welcomes Dion's PizzaWe all need a little good news to start off the month of Decmeber and so let's give a huge #ClovisStrong welcome to DION'S!

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No Grab And Go Meals At Chs Freshmen AcademyGrab and Go meals will not be provided at the CHS Freshman Academy until further notice, due to a potential COVID-19 exposure.

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New Mexico Land Office offers online Christmas tree permitsThe Land Office also is allowing people to get permits to gather sand for filling their luminarias, which are traditional holiday fixtures of candles inside paper bags weighted with sand.

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Navajo Nation lawmakers consider extending junk food taxLawmakers on the Navajo Nation are considering a bill to extend a 2% sales tax on unhealthy food and beverages sold on the reservation.

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Deadly pursuit could lead to murder charges for defendantsThe New Mexico Supreme Court has ruled that defendants who cause deadly crashes while fleeing police can face felony murder charges under certain circumstances.

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Joe Biden Energy Policies Threaten New Mexico EconomyThe Biden energy policies represent nothing less than a dagger aimed at the heart of New Mexico’s economy.

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Santa Fe Gold Signs Letter Agreement with Texas Mineral Resources Corp to Jointly Explore and Develop a Targeted Silver Property Within the Black HawkThe area to be studied also includes a two-mile radius “area of Interest”. It is expected that upon completion of a “bankable feasibility study” TMRC and SFEG will then jointly fund and develop the deposit on an ownership basis of TMRC 50.5% and SFEG 49.5%, with TMRC serving as the project operator.

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Here are the 7 oil and gas operators being sued by the New Mexico State Land OfficeThe New Mexico State Land Office filed lawsuits against multiple oil and gas companies the Office alleged were in violation of obligations to remediate land used for extraction operations after production ceased.

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BLM: Oil and gas land sale moves forward in New Mexico amid calls to ban federal leasingIn Lea County, four parcels totaling in about 200 acres were offered up for lease along with one 320-acre parcel in Chaves County.

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Southeast New Mexico continues to be hot spot for COVID-19Dr. Anthony Scrase, New Mexico's Human Services Department Secretary, said Eddy, Chaves and Lea counties have seen a comeback in COVID-19 cases.

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Here are the 7 oil and gas operators being sued by the New Mexico State Land OfficeHere are the oil and gas operators being sued by the New Mexico State Land Office for violating the terms of their leases of public land.

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Rio Grande Nature Center: Lessons from NatureBy Dr. Denise R. Ames Old Cottonwood at the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park One of my favorite places to visit in Albuquerque, New Mexico, my hometown, is the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park.

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New Mexico residents endure long wait for virus resultsNew Mexico residents have waited in longer lines for COVID-19 testing and must wait several days to several weeks for test results as confirmed coronavirus cases surge throughout the state, health officials said.

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Governor discusses ‘red to green' frameworkIn a press conference on Monday, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. David Scrase went over the new tiered “red to green” COVID-19 framework that the state will enter on Dec.

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Editorial: ABQ, NM working for better economy despite pandemicThere has been some good economic news in recent weeks that gives hope for better times ahead....

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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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Support NM Political Report this Giving TuesdayThis year, we saw the importance of good, reliable, respected news. NM Political Report has been a respected news organization in the state for nearly six years now.

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What NO ONE is Saying About The LockdownsIf you are advocating for lockdowns, you are complicit in tearing families apart. You are complicit in inflicting untold suffering on millions of people around the world.

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New Mexico Land Office offers online Christmas tree permitsThe State Land Office is joining other land management agencies in New Mexico in offering online Christmas tree cutting permits.

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Roadrunner relocates its Tuesday food distributionStarting today, and every Tuesday until further notice, Roadrunner Food Bank's weekly food distribution will be conducted at Expo New Mexico, instead of in the south parking lot near the University of New Mexico Stadium, which will be used as a COVID-19 testing site, said Roadrunner spokeswoman Sonya Warwick.

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Bitter cold, wind and snow on the way for New MexicoALBUQUERQUE, N.M.  Weather officials remind people to protect pipes and pets.

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Despite eviction moratorium, tenants say landlords are finding loopholesDespite New Mexico's statewide moratorium on evictions, some tenants told KOB 4 their landlords are finding ways to get them out of their residence.

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Homicide victim and suspect had 'prior conflicts'A man who allegedly killed a man at a gas station in Alcalde on Thanksgiving morning told New Mexico State Police the victim had raped his girlfriend, according to charging documents filed Monday in Rio Arriba magistrate court.

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State COVID relief checks expected to be sent out starting Dec. 14The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions said people who are already on unemployment won't have to fill out any additional forms to receive the money.

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Governor hopeful counties will meet reopening criteria sooner than expectedMany New Mexico counties are far off from reaching the gating criteria to move into less restriction COVID tiers, but state officials believe counties can reach those tiers sooner than expected.

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Council OKs allowing city facilities to reopenLocal mental health specialist Amber Dollar addresses Roswell city councilors Monday night about what she described as far-reaching ill effects on youth and the elderly of state COVID-related restrictions.

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Three local COVID-19 deaths reportedThree local residents were among 28 statewide deaths attributed to COVID-19 reported in New Mexico Monday, a grim announcement that came as Gov.

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Water billing office to close for software conversionThe City of Roswell Water Billing Office will be closed Thursday and Friday, Dec. 3 and 4, as well as Monday, Dec.

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New Mexico Land Office offers online Christmas tree permitsThe State Land Office is joining other land management agencies in New Mexico in offering online Christmas tree cutting permits.

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Changes to NMAA calendar possible this weekNew Mexico Activities Association Executive Director Sally Marquez has been busy trying to secure a start date for all New Mexican high schools to play this year.

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Alex Ray "Hondo" BacaALEX RAY “Hondo” BACA, 33, passed away on Saturday, November 14, 2020. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with Alex’s family at.

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Wayne DickOn November 28, 2020, Wayne Dick, a loving husband, father and the best grandpa ever, passed away.

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The Spirits of BistiThe future for me is already a thing of the past  You were my first love and you will be my last – Bob Dylan So long ago, first man, first woman, first love a song sung so pati...

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Start of prep basketball season likely to be delayedEven if there is to be a 2021 high school basketball season in New Mexico, it's not going to begin the first week of January as currently scheduled.

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Moreno, United's offensive MVP, will be back in 2021Amando Moreno made an undeniable impact for New Mexico United last season. He just hasnt made an impact in New Mexico yet.

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Game week, it appears, is finally here for Lobo womenThe New Mexico women's basketball team hit the road Monday for what could be a season-opening Texas three-step.

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NM State Clashes with NAIA's Benedictine Mesa Tuesday NightGame Two NM State vs. Benedictine Mesa. Tuesday, Dec. 1-7:30 p.m. - The PHHacility - Phoenix, Ariz.

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Biden Energy Policies Will Make Blue New Mexico See RedThe Biden administration's energy policies are nothing less than a dagger aimed at the heart of New Mexico's economy.

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New Mexico hospitals close to being overwhelmed as virus surgesThe state has experienced an alarmingly fast increase  almost 90 percent  in hospitalizations tied to the virus over the past 14 days.

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A longer wait for COVID-19 test results in New MexicoAs infections surge, so do the number of tests being administered, leading to some people waiting weeks to hear whether they tested positive.

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Doctors believe New Mexico is more prepared than other states to distribute COVID-19 vaccineNew Mexico health professionals believe the state is in a better position than other states to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine, once it is available.

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Judge hears testimony in murder case of 9-year-old girlA teenager accused of killing his 9-year-old cousin then dumping her body in an arroyo last year appeared in court Monday.

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New Mexico counties have long way to go under virus systemSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico is moving to a county-by-county system for responding to COVID-19 that allows local communities to shed some restrictions on mass gatherings, restaurant dining, attendance at religious services and some nonessential businesses — if the virus retreats.

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Officials say Bernalillo County has long way to go before COVID restrictions loosenOfficials from New Mexicos most populous county said theres a lot of work left to be done before COVID restrictions can relax.

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New Mexico hospital officials warn that they are running out of bedsAs of Monday, hospital officials said 340 people were in an ICU bed. The state's seven major hospital typically have 290 adult intensive care unit beds.

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OPEC talks on oil production to go into second dayFRANKFURT, Germany — Leaders of the OPEC oil cartel adjourned their virtual meeting Monday on future production as no agreement was announced on whether to extend output cuts into next year.

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New Mexico reports 28 new deaths, 1,684 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported 28 additional COVID-19-related deaths on Monday.

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Businesses trying to survive as state changes reopening guidelinesBusinesses are relieved to reopen after the state's two-week reset.

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New Mexico Reports 1,684 New COVID-19 Cases and 28 DeathsThree-tiered economic opening plan relies on drastic reduction in case rates.

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Governor details how new 'Red to Green' system worksGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham detailed how the state's new "Red to Green" system will work.

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Governor eases restrictions on gymsGyms in New Mexico can reopen Wednesday.

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Nogales standout Thomas Teel to play for New Mexico StateShare Tweet Nogales standout Thomas Teel follows a rapidly forming stream of players from Southern Arizona to commit to play baseball for New Mexico State.

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New Mexico governor outlines re-opening plan after shutdown, calls nearby El Paso 'horrific' on virusSANTA FE, New Mexico – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, alongside other state officials, held a briefing Monday on the current trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic in the state after a two-week statewide shutdown.

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DOH: 1,684 new COVID-19 cases, 28 newly reported deathsThe state Department of Health reported 1,684 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. The department also reported 28 additional deaths related to the disease.

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Highlights From The Governor's Live StreamDuring the Governor’s Live stream this afternoon, she gave further clarification on what to expect as the public health order comes to an end.

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In New Mexico, prescription opioid deaths fall while overdoses from illicit drugs riseWhile prescription opioid deaths were down in New Mexico, 2019 saw an increase in overdoses of illicit drugs, including meth, heroin and fentanyl.

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Mexico reports 6,472 new coronavirus cases, 285 more deathsMexico's health ministry on Monday reported 6,472 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 285 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 1,113,543 cases and 105,940 deaths.

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NM reports 28 new virus deaths, declining infection rateSANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham reported 28 more coronavirus deaths in New Mexico as she began a remote news conference Monday on the state's plan to relax some of its public health restrictions.&.

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WATCH: Gov. Lujan Grisham's 11/30 COVID-19 press conferenceMichelle Lujan Grisham and state officials will hold a news conference Monday at 3 p.m.

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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham Public AddressWatch Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's Public Address Live at 3 pm.

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Gyms allowed more customers after changes to New Mexico's new public health orderThe state of New Mexico is making a last-minute change that will allow gyms to see more people under the new public health order, which goes into effect Wednesday.

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As it happened: New Mexico Gov. takes questions on 'red-yellow-green' coronavirus reopeningGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham takes questions on New Mexico's new color-coded system for reopening businesses and relaxing COVID-19 restrictions.

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Living Links week of November 30Monday, November 30 The LA Auto Show goes virtual for 2021 Taylor Garrett Whiskey provides their fall cocktail.

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New Mexico Land Office offers online Christmas tree permitsThe State Land Office is joining other land management agencies in New Mexico in offering online Christmas tree cutting permits.

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Hospital leaders warn of growing hospitalizations: ‘We are really totally full'Leaders from three hospitals in Albuquerque continued to ask New Mexicans to abide by COVID-19-safe practices and warned that hospitals are full—and that they expect to see another big jump in confirmed cases in the coming weeks after the Thanksgiving holiday.

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New Mexico-Boise State Basketball PostponedSeries was slated for December 3rd and 5th.

Mountain West Connection Shared .

New Mexico Legislature Provides COVID Relief, Mostly From Federal FundsThe New Mexico Legislature provided an additional $330 million in assistance for state business and unemployed workers during a one-day special session Tuesday, Nov.

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New Mexico oil and gas operators report millions of gallons of water useNew Mexico regulators also sought to better track the generation and use of produced water as it moved within the industry.

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New Mexico AG seeks to revive children's privacy lawsuit against GoogleThe New Mexico Attorney General's office has filed a notice of appeal in a privacy case against Google, which won dismissal earlier this fall of the state's claims related to the collection of children's data.

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New Mexico counties have long way to go under virus systemNew Mexico is moving to a county-by-county system for responding to COVID-19 that allows local communities to shed some restrictions on mass gatherings, restaurant dining, attendance at religious services and some nonessential businesses - if the virus retreats.

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OOIDA's tour trailer heads to New MexicoOOIDA's tour trailer will wend through scenic desert vistas and red mesas on its way to Milan, N.M. Skipper Jon Osburn says stop by.

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New Mexico counties have long way to go under virus systemSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico is moving soon to a county-by-county system for responding to COVID-19 that allows local communities to shed restrictions if the virus retreats.

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Far from being isolating, E-Sports is a bonding experienceIt's ironic that computer gaming  an activity that many view as solitary  is the one thing keeping some Hobbs High School students in school during the COVID lockdown.

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One county is eligible for reopening under new virus systemNew Mexico is moving soon to a county-by-county system for responding to COVID-19 that allows local communities to shed restrictions if the virus retreats.

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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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Touched by COVID, surviving and thrivingEditor's Note: The daily reports from Santa Fe of the number of positive COVID-19 cases and deaths can be somewhat overwhelming and depressing, so we found five people who were diagnosed as positive with the COVID-19 virus and would share their stories of survival with our readers.

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Governor details 3-tiered system for reopening New Mexico economyThe state will shift Wednesday to a new three-tiered, color-coded framework of COVID-19 restrictions that will allow counties that slow the virus's spread to reopen some business operations.

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Comfort food and books for comfortThanksgiving has passed and no matter how big or small the celebration was, virtual or with your loved ones, chances are that by now you have finished all your leftovers and are ready for something different.

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Strange history from Roswell and beyondSubmitted Art — Public Domain Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.

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Historically speaking: Snippets of Thanksgiving pastPhoto Courtesy of the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico Archives The caption on the back of the photo reads, "Roswell High School vs. Albuquerque High School."

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New Mexico hospital nurse cares for her COVID-stricken fatherNurse Carolina Garcia, 36, takes care of her father Jose Garcia, 67, who is currently intubated and sedated due to COVID-19 during a surge of coronavirus cases at Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces.

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Artists of CarrizozoSubmitted Photo The painted woven copper art piece, "Heart 9," by Suzanne Donazetti is part of the collection of Carrizozo Arts on its new website.

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Marching to Madness Episode 582: New Mexico head coach Paul WeirIn this episode of Marching to Madness, hosts Blake Lovell and Ken Cross welcome back New Mexico head coach Paul Weir.

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Route 66 road trip, Mar 2020In March of 2020, immediately before coronavirus spread like wildfire through the country and turned all our lives upside-down, my old college buddy Tory and I took a road trip along Route 66 from Tulsa, OK to Albuquerque, NM.

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As it happened: New Mexico Gov. takes questions on 'red-yellow-green' coronavirus reopeningMichelle Lujan Grisham takes questions on New Mexico's new color-coded system for reopening businesses and relaxing COVID-19 restrictions.

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New Mexico Cracking Down on Drunken DriversNew Mexico authorities will be cracking down on drunken drivers throughout the month of December.

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Traveling with Dogs and Sister Over 1500 Miles!MAY 8-10th, 2020 When I first began nursing school, I had the dream of becoming a travel nurse.

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Strip Malls to Residences in Santa FeNew Mexico health officials reported 3,585 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend: 2,142 on Saturday and 1,443 on Sunday, bringing the statewide total number of cases so far to 95,417.

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Daily Covid Numbers From Over The WeekendAs of Saturday, November 28, the State of New Mexico has reported 40 additional positive COVID-19 cases for Curry County, raising the total number reported on Friday from 3,084, to 3124 for the county’s total amount.

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Homicide In Downtown ClovisOn Sunday, November 29, 2020, at about 9:24 p.m., Clovis Police Department Dispatch received a 911 call of shots fired at the apartment complex located in the 1500 block of Echols Avenue, in Clovis, New Mexico. The caller reported three shots having been fired and that a person in the apartment had been struck by gunfire.

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Submit Home Videos To Be Featured Clovis PromotionThe Clovis / Curry County Chamber of Commerce, Clovis Economic Development, and Plateau Internet are in the process of producing a promotional video for Clovis.

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New Mexico authorities to crack down on drunken driversNew Mexico authorities say they will be cracking down on drunken drivers throughout the month of December.

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New Mexico ranks high for coronavirus diagnosis ratesThe 7-day rolling average is now up to 25 deaths per day.

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Gov. Lujan Grisham to provide remote COVID-19 update MondayMichelle Lujan Grisham announced she will hold a remote COVID-19 update on Monday.

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3,784 New COVID-19 Cases and 53 Deaths in Two DaysGovernor announces "red to green" strategy for re-opening based on county-by-county datas.

Santa Fe Reporter Shared .

Teresa Leger Fernandez is bringing New Mexico values to the HouseThe incoming Democratic congresswoman, endorsed by DMFI and AOC, says her progressive policy positions come from years of experience.

Jewish Insider Shared .

New Mexico counties have long way to go under virus systemAt this point, only one of New Mexico's 33 counties - Los Alamos County - would be eligible to shed some restrictions on mass gatherings and to resume indoor dining at restaurants, according to the state's coronavirus dashboard.

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