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El Paso Locomotive tries to clinch group against arch-rival New MexicoEl Paso can clinch home game in first round of playoffs with victory against New Mexico that would win Group C.

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Q&A: Senate District 26 Candidate Manuel LardizabalManuel. Lardizabal POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Business owner. CITY OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: New Mexico business owner and entrepreneur for the last 15 years.

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Q&A: Senate District 26 Candidate Jacob CandelariaJacob R. Candelaria POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Attorney CITY OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: State senator 2013-present; member, Senate Finance Committee EDUCATION: AB, Princeton University ; JD, University of New Mexico School of Law&.

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The Blue DistanceOut on the road. between travels. Ive traveled since I was a little boy. Maybe five or six years old.

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Netflix resumes production on 'The Harder They Fall' in Santa FeThe New Mexico film industry is getting back up. Netflix is resuming principal photography on its latest film, 'The Harder They Fall,' with a number of health safety protocols in place.

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War god carving returned to New Mexico tribe by auctioneerA hand-carved figure held sacred by a Native American community in New Mexico has been returned to the tribe by an Ohio auction house, the company&.

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Biden Fracking Ban Could Cripple New Mexico's Oil IndustryPresidential hopeful Joe Biden's proposed fracking ban could result in the loss of numerous jobs in New Mexico's oil and gas industry.

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Planning the Ultimate Balloon Fiesta Viewing Party, Siesta EditionThere’s no doubt we’ll miss the thrill of being on the field for the Albuquerque International.

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New Mexico Democrats hold up Trump judicial appointmentsNew Mexico's Democratic senators have placed the judicial confirmation process for two U.S. District Court vacancies on hold until after the Nov.

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Arizona man pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter chargeFederal prosecutors say an Arizona man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in connection with a car crash in New Mexico and is facing a federal prison sentence.

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Q&A: Senate District 23 Candidate Sander RueSander Rue POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Real estate appraiser CITY OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: New Mexico State Senator, 2008-present; City of Albuquerque Mental Health Task Force, 2014-2015; City of Albuquerque Redistricting Committee, 2010-2011;&.

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Secretary of State: NM Elections Will be SafePlus: Gov. warns of rising COVID-19 cases and Meow Wolf employees oppose union effort.

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New Mexico Democrats hold up Trump judicial appointmentsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico's Democratic senators have placed the judicial confirmations for two U.S. District Court vacancies on hold until after the Nov.

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Q&A: Senate District 21 Candidate Mark MooresMark Moores POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Business CITY OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: New Mexico state senator, business, chief of staff-Lt.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 9/25/20Yesterday, Socorro was hot and mostly sunny. There were a few light clouds in the afternoon.

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Police launch homicide investigation following SE Albuquerque shootingA caller told police that her son had been shot.

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President Trump tweets he will be in New Mexico 'soon'"I built the Wall and will totally protect your Second Amendment."

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Demand surges for absentee ballots across New MexicoShe said county clerks have been allotted more time to authenticate absentee ballots as they arrive ahead of Election Day, but the counting process could potentially last for several days if voters wait until late in the cycle to mail or hand deliver ballots.

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War god carving returned to New Mexico tribe by auctioneerA hand-carved figure held sacred by a Native American community in New Mexico has been returned to the tribe by an Ohio auction house.

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New Mexico Democrats hold up Trump judicial appointmentsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico's Democratic senators have placed the judicial confirmations for two U.S. District Court vacancies on hold until after the Nov.

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Coronavirus live news: full lockdown recommended for Madrid; new record cases in NetherlandsSpanish government calls for Madrid lockdown; Netherlands records worst day for new cases; cases in Reykjavík linked to two French visitors.

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Air Force special operators in New Mexico have switched to the service's new handgun, and they like what they seeFor members of the 27th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron, the new M18's adaptability and ease of use are big upgrades over the old M9.

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Strip club shutdowns force sex workers onlineSince Albuquerques three main strip clubs shut down during the pandemic following Gov. Michelle Lujan Grishams order for non-essential businesses to close in March, sex workers have adjusted to continuing their livelihoods online.

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Domenicali confirmed as new Formula 1 boss!Formula 1 has confirmed that Stefano Domenicali will take over the reins of Formula 1 from Chase Carey from the start of next year.

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State Environmental Improvement Board hears air quality permits appealThe state Environmental Improvement Board heard arguments during a hearing on Thursday about air quality permits issued by the New Mexico Environment Department that an environmental group alleges are illegal.

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SOS: Big absentee request numbers could result in lengthier time counting ballotsIn a press conference on Thursday Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse spoke about the voting efforts, as Election Day is just 40 days away and county clerks will begin sending absentee ballots to voters in less than two weeks.

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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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2nd Albuquerque Junk Jog crowdsources public litter removalOn Saturday, Sept. 19, the City of Albuquerque had its Second Annual Junk Jog where citizens plogged  or picked up litter while jogging  to their hearts content.

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Mountain West resuscitates 2020 football seasonThe Mountain West Conference announced on Thursday, Sept. 24 that college football will return before the spring semester.

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New Mexico Democrats hold up Trump judicial appointmentsSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico's Democratic senators have placed the judicial confirmations for two U.S. District Court vacancies on hold until after the Nov.

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The Center of the Anasazi WorldI remember writing in yesterday’s post that I spent three consecutive vacations in New Mexico, where I just happened to fall in love with Hatch chiles.

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Filmmakers to document history of witchcraft and sorcery in New MexicoNew Mexico's history of brujeria and hechiceria, witchcraft and sorcery, is being documented in a new pilot TV series.

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Protesters march through Albuquerque, briefly block emergency area at UNM HospitalProtesters hit the streets of Albuquerque for the second night. They said they were honoring Black lives, including Breonna Taylor who was shot and killed by police.

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State expands child care assistance eligibilityIn this file photo, New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham gives an update on COVID-19 and the state’s effort to contain it during a virtual news conference from the state Capitol in Santa Fe on July 23.

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Mountain West to begin football season in OctoberThe Mountain West Conference announced late Thursday night that it will start its football season the week of Oct.

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Study team discusses US 380 projectAn analysis of crashes along the project study area shows a high number near Roswell.

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Torres Small backs proposed coronavirus relief frameworkU.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small, D-NM, speaks with an attendee outside Pearson Auditorium after NMMI's high school graduation ceremony in May 2019.

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Two suspects arrested in 2018 homicideChaves County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two suspects Tuesday in a nearly three-year-old homicide investigation.

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Sheriff's Office receives donation for protective equipmentThe Chaves County Sheriff’s Office was presented with a large replica of a check for $10,000 from Church on the Move during a check presentation ceremony Thursday afternoon at the Sheriff’s Office.

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ENMU-R disburses some student relief fundsEastern New Mexico University-Roswell has given about $22,625 of relief funding to students so far this academic session, according to a college administrator.

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Infrastructure committee to continue road project talksThe city of Roswell Infrastructure Committee will continue discussion of a process to prioritize road projects when it meets on Monday.

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UNM professor's camera captures thief breaking into his officeA UNM professor, who studies bats, observed abnormal nighttime activity in his office.

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Letter: Generations deprived of history, flag, ConstitutionAs we watched the commemoration of all those who lost their lives on 9/11 one cannot help but reflect on all the firemen, police and everyday citizens, who without regard for their own safety, banded together to rescue their fellow Americans.

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Documenting New Mexico's basketball historyMarty’s initial goal was to help New Mexico kids get exposure to major college coaches and elite recruiters they normally wouldn’t have access to, in hopes that those kids would have a chance to play basketball after high school.

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Joe Rodriguez Jr.A Vigil with Rosary will be held at 7:00 pm, Friday, September 25, 2020 at Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church for Joe Rodriguez Jr., 41, who passed on Thursday, September 10, 2020 in Roswell.

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Stephen RhodesSteve Rhodes passed away. Painter, golfer, poet, pool player, inventor, chess player and dear friend to so many, Steve was perhaps best known as the ‘framer guy, ’ as fellow artist and mentor, Jerry Kirwin used to call him.

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Brandon PattersonBrandon Patterson, 25, was born on December 15, 1994, and taken from us on Saturday, September 19, 2020, in Roswell, New Mexico.

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Humberto LopezHUMBERTO LOPEZ, 75, passed away on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, in Roswell, New Mexico. In honor of Humberto’s wishes, no services will be held.

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New Mexico governor expresses virus concerns; Dona Ana Co. sees 29 of state's 239 new casesSANTA FE, New Mexico – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham held a news conference Thursday afternoon to provide an update on Covid-19 efforts in New Mexico, expressing concern with rapid response to outbreaks at businesses on the rise and the state nearing 30,000 infections.

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New Mexico unemployment claims grow after steady dropThe U.S. Department of Labor shows an increase in state jobless claims for the week ending Sept.

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New Mexico subsidies keep child care afloat despite virusThe Early Childhood Education and Care Department began waiving child care copayments months ago to help low-income families find quality care.

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Q&A: House District 8 candidate Alonzo BaldonadoAlonzo Baldonado POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Real Estate Broker CITY OF RESIDENCE: Los Lunas RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: five terms, New Mexico House District 8 EDUCATION: Bachelor Business Administration, UNM 1996 CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: voteALONZO.com What steps&.

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Q&A: House District 7 Candidate Kelly FajardoKelly Fajardo POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Small business owner CITY OF RESIDENCE: Los Lunas RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Current member of the New Mexico Legislature EDUCATION: B.A. marketing CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: kellyfajardo.com What steps should the Legislature&.

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Oil and gas leaders discuss industry's struggles amid COVID-19 at Energy SummitBilly Munn of Chase Energy said oil and gas companies in the Permian Basin need to find new ways to operate during the lower price market.

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New Meow Wolf worker group calls for collectivism—not unionizationReunion for Meow Wolf site clashes with potential unionization efforts at Meow Wolf.

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Topgolf construction delayed, now scheduled to open in 2021The future of Topgolf in Albuquerque has been delayed due to COVID-19.

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Federal judge to rule on case over discrepancies between public, private school restrictionsThe family of a 7th grade student at Albuquerque Academy is suing the governor over the discrepancy between capacity limits at public and private schools.

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COVID-19: Rapid Response numbers on the rise in New MexicoGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said Rapid Response to COVID-19 cases at businesses and organizations have increased.

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Q&A: House District 57 Candidate Billie HeleanBillie Helean POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Teacher CITY OF RESIDENCE: Rio Rancho RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Union president of RREU 423; previous candidate for House District 57 EDUCATION: B.A. at University of New Mexico, master's of&.

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New Mexico COVID-19 Update: 239 New Cases, Totaling 28,224, Including 2 Additional DeathsDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NEWS New Mexico state health officials on Thursday announced 239 additional COVID-19 cases.

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New Mexico Ice Wolves to begin season Oct. 23The New Mexico Ice Wolves will return to the rink on Oct.

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Guv: NM needs to ‘crush' COVID-19 by sticking with COVID-safe practicesCases are ticking up in recent days, but Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said during a press conference Thursday that she believes New Mexicans can do their part to “crush” the virus.

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Q&A: House District 52 Candidate Doreen GallegosDoreen Gallegos POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Nonprofit executive director CITY OF RESIDENCE: Las Cruces RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: I have represented District 52 in the New Mexico House of Representatives since 2013 and am proud to&.

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New Mexico expands child care access assistanceThe State of New Mexico is expanding access to child care.

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New Mexico subsidies keep child care afloat despite virusSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico's new child care agency has been regularly tweaking policies in an effort to keep the fragile industry afloat while increasing access, and providers say the work is paying off for them and parents.

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Q&A: House District 44 Candidate Jane E. Powdrell-CulbertJane E. Powdrell-Culbert POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Trainer CITY OF RESIDENCE: Corrales RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Served as New Mexico state representative for District 44, nine terms EDUCATION: B.A. plus, University of New Mexico CAMPAIGN WEBSITE:&.

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New Mexico oil and gas permits challenged as Permian Basin ozone levels riseFrom 2017 to 2019 Eddy County recorded an average of about 79 parts per billion of ozone, records show, while the NAAQS was set at 70 ppb.

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Nm Covid-19 Numbers RisingNew Mexico health officials report 239 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths as Gov.

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New Mexico COVID-19 update: 239 new cases, totaling 28,224New Mexico state health officials on Thursday announced 239 additional COVID-19 cases and 2 deaths.

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New COVID-19 cases increase two weeks after Labor Day weekendState health officials announced Thursday 239 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and two deaths related to the disease.

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Governor Gives Covid-19 Update, Noting Rise In CasesGovernor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Thursday that the state identified 239 new cases, bringing the total cases in New Mexico to 28,224.

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Enrollment drop could hurt funding for New Mexico schoolsSANTA FE, N.M. — Members of the Legislative Education Study Committee heard pleas Wednesday to keep up school funding, even if enrollment is dropping because of the pandemic.

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New Mexico State fall sports look forward to spring championshipsThe NCAA announced Tuesday that championships for fall sports volleyball, men's and women's cross country, field hockey, men's and women's soccer and men's water polo will take place in the spring following a season that will begin in January of February.

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On getting scolded and lectured for celebrating my Hispanic heritageA few years ago I put together a National Hispanic Heritage Month story for 9NEWS that featured my grandmother.

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City Of Clovis Identifies Rabid SkunkIn the last seven days, the City of Clovis Animal Control has recovered two skunks from the northeast side of Clovis.

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Application Period For Cares Grants Soon OpenThe City of Clovis announced that they are working with the Clovis / Curry County Chamber of Commerce and Small Business Development Center to allocate the no match grants through the clovisnm.org/CARES portal.

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New Mexico reports 2 new deaths, 239 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported two additional COVID-19-related deaths on Thursday.

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Clovis High School To Hold Volleyball TryoutsClovis High School will be holding tryouts for the varsity, junior varsity and freshman volleyball teams coming up on October 5th ad 6th.

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Covid-19 Case Count For WednesdayThe New Mexico Department of Health announced Wednesday an additional 200 COVID-19 cases. Three additional deaths related to COVID-19 were also reported.

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Three States Added To High-risk CategoryEarlier in the month, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued a revised executive order that amended the mandatory quarantine requirements for some travelers arriving into New Mexico.

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WATCH: Gov. Lujan Grisham's COVID-19 press conferenceMichelle Lujan Grisham will be joined by Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver and other state officials Thursday afternoon to discuss the states COVID-19 response as well as the preparations for this years general elections.

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Democrats build big lead in absentee ballot requests in New MexicoDemocrats have requested more absentee ballots than Republicans in New Mexico.

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McConnell, Pelosi dispute Trump, vow peaceful power transferPresident Donald Trump gestures to members of the press as he walks to the Oval Office of the White House after visiting the Supreme Court to pay respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Thursday, Sept.

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Colorado added to New Mexico's 14-day travel quarantine listAnybody in Colorado who crosses the state's southern border will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine after the Centennial State was added to New Mexico's list of restricted states due to COVID-19 this week.

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Q&A: House District 43 Candidate Christine ChandlerChristine Chandler POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Lawyer. CITY OF RESIDENCE: Los Alamos RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Completing first term in the New Mexico&.

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Q&A: House District 42 Candidate Linda CalhounLinda Calhoun POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Real Estate Broker and small retail gift shop owner CITY OF RESIDENCE: Red River RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: 2006-present mayor of Red River, vice-chair New Mexico Mayor's Caucus, 2014-2015 New&.

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New Mexico in Focus Special: Policing in 2020 and beyondNew Mexico is dealing with difficult times, from economic struggles to a worldwide pandemic and civil and political unrest.

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Q&A: House District 39 Candidate Rodolpho 'Rudy' MartinezRodolpho S. Martinez POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Retired CITY OF RESIDENCE: Grant County RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: 16 years local government 12 years legislative service EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science Western New Mexico University CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: rudymartineznm.com&.

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Grassroots Effort In New Mexico Calls For A State Health PlanResidents and organizations across New Mexico are advocating for a state health plan that they say.

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Enrollment drop could hurt funding for New Mexico schoolsSchool funding in New Mexico is determined by the number of students enrolled at the 40-day mark, known by some educators as the "money count." That count is not yet complete, but preliminary numbers show a significant drop in the state's largest school district.

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New Mexico governor says state must reduce positivity rateNew Mexico state officials held a news conference Thursday to provide an update on the state’s COVID-19 efforts.

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The ForkOf course there are the obvious notions—chile is amazing and so is wine. When a knowledgable chef or sommelier make educated choices for what chile-based dishes will go well with what wines, it's a match made in heaven.

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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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Mass deaths of migratory birds reported in New MexicoThe birds found dead in the south-west since August could number in the millions, researchers say.

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New Mexico governor warns against 'COVID fatigue' as cases increase following Labor DayAs transmission of COVID-19 increases around the state, the governor warned against slacking on public health guidance.

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Nature, Sage to Meadow, and my novelAs I have written in My About page on Sage to Meadow, "What I seek to accomplish in Sage to Meadow blog is to write about nature, wild and domesticated living things, people that live with the land and the constant cycles of the seasons that envelop our lives." In novelistic form, I will continue working with those themes.

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What Does It Mean To Travel ?How do we do it? Normally it means going to a place other than your home.

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234 NMPRC Commissioner Jefferson ByrdOn this week's interview podcast, Paul sits down with Public Regulation Commissioner Jeff Byrd. Byrd represents a district encompassing almost all of Eastern New Mexico.

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New Mexico subsidies keep child care afloat despite virusNew Mexico's new child care agency has been regularly tweaking policies in an effort to keep the fragile industry afloat while increasing access, and providers say the work is paying off for them and parents.

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Why it's important to fill out the CensusDo your part to help your community for the next ten years. Filling out the Census is really easy and does so much for New Mexico.

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Song of the Day: "The Great Divide" by The ShinsThe Shins break an extended silence with the viscerally beautiful new song “The Great Divide.” The first official release from the band in over two and a half years, “The Great Divide" is available now via James Mercer’s own label Aural Apothecary and Monotone Records across all digital platforms."

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Oil and gas well pad converted into campground for southeast New Mexico visitorsThe site is off National Parks Highway at about mile marker 10 at Washington Ranch Road, centrally located between Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains national parks.

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Will Loopholes Gut New Mexico's New Rules on Oil and Gas Well Pollution?Environmentalists estimate 95 percent of the state's wells will be exempt from new emission regulations.

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New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum to reopen ThursdayThe facility is among eight state-run museums that have been allowed to resume operation at 25 percent of normal capacity.

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New Mexico Disabled Woman Getting $300K SettlementNew Mexico State Police have reached a $300,000 settlement with a disabled woman who accused an officer of grabbing and handcuffing her after she refused to provide ID in 2016.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 9/24/20Yesterday, Socorro was hot and mostly sunny. There were a few light clouds in the afternoon.

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New Mexico state health officials report 16 new COVID-19 cases in Eastern New MexicoActivists share first steps you can take to become an ally.

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Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court employee tests positive for COVID-19Officials with the courthouse said the courthouse won't be closing - and they've thoroughly cleaned the area where the infected employee worked.

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New Mexico Survey: High School Students Are Vaping More And Smoking LessIn line with data from across the globe, newly released data New Mexico Department of Health 2019 Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey, have indicated that as vaping rates have increased, the use of other forms of tobacco has decreased.

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New Mexico Schools: DOJ Backs Lawsuit Challenging Stricter Capacity Limits for Private SchoolsAmid the coronavirus, the DOJ supports a lawsuit challenging New Mexico's different capacity limits for in-person classes at private and public schools.

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Navajo Nation reports 27 new COVID-19 cases, 3 additional deathsThe Navajo Department of Health reported 27 new COVID-19 cases and three additional deaths Wednesday.

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NM Schools Face Funding ShortageLastly, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham yesterday amended the list of states from which visitors and arriving residents must quarantine to include Colorado, Oregon and Rhode Island; Michigan and Hawaii moved from high-risk to low-risk, according to the rolling positivity and test rates of those states.

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Oil and gas well pad converted into campground for southeast New Mexico visitorsThe site is off National Parks Highway at about mile marker 10, located between Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains national parks.

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Christ Essandoko emerging as a must-watch prospect in 2022Photo credits to EuroLeague Christ Essandoko is a name that many coaches should know. The french born player, now at Winston Salem Christian , has picked up four scholarship offers in the last 30 days with plenty more schools inquiring and showing heavy interest.

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Four Seasons Announces A New Hotel In Jalisco, Mexico And It Looks EpicPerched on a lush private peninsula on the Pacific Coast, Four Seasons Resort Tamarindo is scheduled to open in 2021 and will be the fourth property in Mexico for the Four Seasons Hotel brand.

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A massive hemp empire is accused of growing illegal marijuana and sowing violence on the Navajo reservationSHIPROCK, N.M. — In the fertile northeast corner of the Navajo Nation, fields that only months ago were traditional open-air corn farms are now stuffed with hundreds of industrial-sized greenhouses, each glowing with artificial lights and brimming with emerald cannabis plants.

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Will NM's Chaco Region Be Sacrificed for U.S. Energy Dominance?SANTA FE, N.M. - Tomorrow is the final day to comment on a controversial plan that allows for thousands of new oil and gas drilling sites in New Mexico's historic Greater Chaco region.

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Virtual retreat addresses cancer in New MexicoCancer Services of New Mexico has announced that adult cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, family members and friends are invited to participate in virtual family cancer retreat.

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New Mexico State Police: reaching out, helping out in Dona Ana CountyThe New Mexico State Police are more than a highway patrol - much more. "We're not just issuing tickets," said NMSP Officer Jacquelin Hernandez.

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Pay it 4ward: Mr. Powdrell's helps KOB 4 Pay it 4ward to Safe Street New MexicoMr. Powdrell's Barbeque helped KOB 4 Pay it 4ward to Safe Street New Mexico, a nonprofit that supports women.

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Over 200 eateries across New Mexico have closed down due to Covid-19The New Mexico restaurant association is reporting that at least 200 restaurants and diners have been forced to close down across the state, unable to struggle through the coronavirus pandemic.

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Local attorney: Who fired first is key to charging decision in Breonna Taylor caseThe fact that Breonna Taylor's boyfriend was the first person to fire a shot in the encounter with officers on March 13 is the main reason why the officers involved have not faced more serious charges, according to a local attorney.

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Down the Hatch!Today I had two meals that featured Hatch chiles. For breakfast, I scrambled three eggs with onion, garlic, and one green Hatch chile.

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Aquatic, adult center fees come back to city councilorsRecreation Manager Marcus Gallegos, right, says the fees and rates he is presenting are close to or even lower than those previously approved by the Roswell City Council.

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Commission sinks fishing at sanctuaryFishing at the J. Kenneth Smith Bird Sanctuary will continue to be prohibited to preserve the wetlands ecosystem that has been established there.

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Retired pilot fulfills dream for himself and kidsStanding in a Roswell hangar next to his recently purchased fighter jet, a Czechian fighter-trainer, Dan Nelson said, “Fifty years ago this December was when I started flying, same airport, same hangar complex, and that’s all what I’ve done.”.

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Man arrested after Saturday morning chaseA Roswell man was arrested Saturday following a high-speed pursuit in which two law enforcement officers narrowly avoided being struck by the suspect’s vehicle.

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Chaves County reports 22 new COVID-19 cases WednesdayChaves County’s cases of COVID-19 jumped by 22 on Wednesday as the state reported 200 new cases.

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‘Save Our Children' rally held in front of courthouseSome local residents, including a few Roswell Fire Department personnel, display “Save Our Children” signs Wednesday afternoon in front of the Chaves County Courthouse on North Main Street to raise awareness about child exploitation and human trafficking.

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AerSale considers buying 24 aircraft in RoswellAerSale Corp. intends to buy 24 Boeing aircraft and 16 spare engines that have been stored in Roswell, the corporation announced Friday.

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American Legion to have membership drive, raffleAmerican Legion Post 28, 1620 N. Montana Ave., will have a membership drive and fundraiser raffle Saturday.

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092420 Roswell EventsJoin the Roswell Museum and Art Center on its Facebook page in Museum Moments Facebook videos and Space is Awesome on Fridays.

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Winone Marie PilleyWinone Marie Pilley, 82, went to be with the Lord on September 18, 2020. She was born on September 20, 1937 in Dexter, NM to Wesley and Thelma Bradstreet Bailey.

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Javier ChavezJAVIER CHAVEZ, 51, passed away on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, in Dexter, New Mexico. Please take a moment and share a fond memory or thoughtful expression of sympathy for Javier’s family at.

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New Mexicos coronavirus caseload grows by 200Health officials reported three more deaths in Doña Ana, Lea and McKinley counties, bringing the statewide total to 857.

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Changing court, Legislature set stage for NM abortion clashBut debate over whether to repeal the 1969 statute is expected to intensify at the Roundhouse in coming months, after the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a legislative shake-up cemented by the general election.

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New Mexico Updates High-Risk States List Under Quarantine Order, Now Includes ColoradoFROM THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR The state of New Mexico, pursuant to Gov. Michelle Lujan order requiring quarantine for out-of-state visitors arriving from high-risk states, on Wednesday, Sept.

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Facing grim budget forecasts, New Mexico school districts seek legislators helpSchool district superintendents throughout the state are worried plunging enrollment could lead to a drop in funding for the next school year, and they want the Legislature to help.

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Push to reopen private schools arrives in federal courtA federal judge is weighing whether pandemic-related occupancy limits for private schools in New Mexico violate constitutional rights to equal protection and freedom of assembly.

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New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum to reopen ThursdayOn Monday May 4, 2020, one of three windmills at the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces, was moved to its new location at the entrance of the property.

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Northern New Mexico College's EMET, IET Engineering Programs Fully Accredited by ABETAbigail Lopez and Lynette Baca conduct a lab experiment using a hydraulics test bench as part of a Fluid Mechanics Class in the Bachelor of Electromechanical Engineering Technology at Northern New...

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New Mexico taps federal loans to pay unemploymentWorkforce Solutions Secretary Bill McCamley said unemployment trust reserves were exhausted on Sept. 8 — and that the state has spent about $35 million since then in borrowed federal funds to maintain unemployment benefits.

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New Mexico reopening state museums, historic sitesThe facilities — which include the New Mexico Museum of Art, the New Mexico History Museum / Palace of the Governors, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe — were closed to the public March 16 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Live Blog: Protesters take to streets in Albuquerque over Breonna Taylor caseProtesters gathered at the UNM Bookstore to protest the lack of charges in the Breonna Taylor case.

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Title IX report reveals ex-Lobo Bragg was suspended, Caldwell expelled for 'sexual misconductThe University of New Mexico has expelled one former Lobo men's basketball player and suspended the other after determining through an investigation of the university's Title IX Office that both violated the university's 'sexual misconduct'&.

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House District 38 Candidate Karen Canaday WhitlockKaren Canaday Whitlock POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Social worker CITY OF RESIDENCE: Mimbres RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: I am a social worker and an educator, and I can see what hard working families in New Mexico&.

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Sept 23, 2020 ComicsThe Daily Lobo is where you can find the University of New Mexico's campus news, Lobos sports coverage, features, opinions and breaking news for Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Three states added to New Mexico's high-risk listTravelers arriving in or returning to New Mexico from Colorado, Oregon and Rhode Island will be required to quarantine for 14 days in a bid to manage the spread of the coronavirus.

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Episode 141: Leila LehnenLeila Lehnen is one of the smartest people I've ever met and I had the pleasure of having her as a graduate advisor.

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The Latest: China lifts pandemic bar on entry by foreignersChinese officials say foreigners holding certain types of visas and residence permits will be permitted to return to China as the threat of the new coronavirus continues to recede.

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Q&A: 1st Congressional District Candidate Michelle Garcia HolmesMichelle Garcia Holmes POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Former chief of staff for the New Mexico Attorney General's Office, retired child abuse detective CITY OF RESIDENCE: Bernalillo RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Served 8 years as chief of&.

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The Latest: New Mexico adds 3 states to 'quarantine' listSANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico has added three more states to its list of what it considers places with a high coronavirus risk.

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Q&A: 2nd Congressional District Candidate Xochitl Torres SmallXochitl Torres Small POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: U.S. representative for New Mexico's 2nd Congressional District CITY OF RESIDENCE: Las Cruces RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: U.S. representative.

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Nm Covid-19 Case Growth ContinuesNew Mexico has added several states to its list of "high-risk" destinations that fall under a 14-day travel quarantine order, even as its own COVID-19 case count continued a recent uptick.

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NM COVID-19 case growth continues on recent upswingNew Mexico health officials on Wednesday announced the state's highest number of new COVID-19 cases in nearly a month, with elevated case counts in several southern New Mexico counties driving the increase.&.

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New Mexico offers free well water testing at two eventsThe water testing will be offered Friday afternoon in Española and Saturday morning in Santa Fe during events hosted by the state Environment Department and Department of Health.

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Gov. Lujan Grisham to provide COVID-19 update ThursdayGov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced she will hold a press conference Thursday to provide an update on COVID-19 efforts in New Mexico.

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NM Reports 200 New COVID-19 Cases, Three DeathsNew Mexico health officials report 200 New COVID-19 cases and three more deaths.

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First day with 200 new COVID-19 cases in nearly a monthOn Wednesday, the New Mexico Department of Health reported 200 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths related to the disease.

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Electrify New Mexico sheds light on opportunities for beneficial electrificationIn a continued dialogue of advancing a statewide clean energy economy, New Mexico State University invites interested individuals to join a discussion on beneficial electrification from 8:30 a.m.

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New Mexico taps federal loans to pay unemploymentNew Mexico has depleted its unemployment benefits trust fund and begun to use federal loans to keep up with claims - spending that can trigger higher taxes if not repaid, a top labor official said Tuesday.

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New Mexico reports 3 new deaths, 200 additional COVID-19 casesThe New Mexico Department of Health reported three additional COVID-19-related deaths on Wednesday.

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Albuquerque, New MexicoTwo Days in Albuquerque, New Mexico Let me just preface this by saying I had no idea New Mexico had such vibrant greenery and luscious forests!

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Release conditions change slightly for former daycare ownersPORTALES — A virtual bond hearing Wednesday for a pair of former daycare owners appealing their 2019 conviction was largely outlined last week by the New Mexico Supreme Court.

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New Mexico TV series 'Behind the Yellow House' looks at witch covenNew Mexico TV series to take a look at real-life witch's coven and abuse.

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Q&A: House District 36 Candidate Brandi PolancoBrandi Polanco POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Educator CITY OF RESIDENCE: Las Cruces RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: None EDUCATION: Bachelor's of Science in education, New Mexico State University; Master's of Science in Leadership, Concordia University at Portland;&.

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Chaos and cannabisA massive hemp empire is accused of growing illegal marijuana and sowing violence on the Navajo Nation.

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Rio Rancho Public Schools report 2nd positive COVID-19 case within 24 hoursFourteen students and four staff members at Sandia Vista Elementary School in Rio Rancho have to quarantine for 14 days after a student tested positive for COVID-19.

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Halloween Howwwl Cancelled Due To Covid RestrictionsThe 27th annual Halloween HOWWL will not take place this year, according to the Clovis Softball association.

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New Mexico Unemployment Fund DepletedNew Mexico has depleted its unemployment benefits trust fund and is now using federal loans to keep up with claims; the AP reports.

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Covid-19 Spread Rate Up Slightly In NmState Epidemiologists are closely tracking an increase in how quickly COVID-19 is spreading in New Mexico.

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Mayor Keller announces plans for hot air balloons, scaled-down HalloweenThe City of Albuquerque is planning to hold hot air balloon launches and glows in October despite the cancellation of the 49th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

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NM Firefighters Again Headed To California To Assist With WildfiresDEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY NEWS The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management announced Wednesday that New Mexico firefighters are en route to California to help crews battle wildfires.

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New Mexico: Push to reopen private schools arrives in federal courtA federal judge on Wednesday weighed whether pandemic-related occupancy limits on private schools in New Mexico violate constitutional rights to equal protection and freedom of assembly, in a case closely watched by the Trump administration.

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Mass bird deaths in New Mexico may be from cold snap: expertsHundreds of thousands of birds found mysteriously dead in New Mexico were likely killed by a historic cold snap — not raging wildfires, researchers said in a report Wednesday.

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Marijuana legalization: New Mexico legislators discuss challengesAZTEC — If New Mexico wants to legalize recreational cannabis and have sales begin next summer, the state needs to begin ramping up production now, Duke Rodriguez, the president and chief executive officer of Ultra Health, told the Revenue Stabilization and Tax Policy Committee during a Sept.

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NMSU ExtensionA’s NM EDGE delivers classes, graduation onlineWe didn’t let the COVID-19 social distancing requirements prevent us from offering professional development classes, ” said Mary DeLorenzo, program director for NM EDGE, which stands for Education Designed to Generate Excellence in the public sector.

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New Mexico adds Colorado, Oregon, and Rhode Island to travel quarantine listAs of Sept. 23, Colorado, Oregon and Rhode Island have been added to the list of high-risk states.

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Q&A: House District 31 Candidate William R. RehmWilliam R. Rehm POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: New Mexico state representative since 2006, private investigator, traffic crash reconstructionist, and police course instructor - 1994 to present; retired captain Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department 2000 CITY OF&.

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New Mexico governor wants longer Census count if Biden winsSANTA FE, N.M. — Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham says that states may push for a special U.S. Census enrollment period next year if President Donald Trump leaves the White House.

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Colorado added back to NM travel quarantine orderMost travelers entering New Mexico from all its neighboring state are now subject to a 14-day quarantine order, after Colorado was added this week to a list of 'at-risk' states.

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Embracing Differences: Amelia McKee's Mismatched SocksThe NM State women's golfer plays for everyone who faces challenges because they are different.

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New Mexico objects to license for nuclear fuel storage planThe state of New Mexico is strongly objecting to federal nuclear regulators' preliminary recommendation that a license be granted to build a multibillion-dollar storage facility for spent nuclear fuel from commercial power plants around the U.S.

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Q&A: House District 25 Candidate Sarah Rich-JacksonSarah Rich-Jackson POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Realtor, contractor CITY OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Operating business in New Mexico for 20 years EDUCATION: BA in Political Science from UNM CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: What steps&.

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Enrollment drop could hurt funding for New Mexico schoolsSANTA FE, N.M. — Members of the Legislative Education Study Committee heard pleas Wednesday to keep up school funding, even if enrollment is dropping because of the pandemic.

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New Mexico Updates High-Risk States Under Quarantine OrderSANTA ) The state of New Mexico, pursuant to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s executive order requiring quarantine for out-of-state visitors arriving from high-risk states, on Wednesday, Sept.

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The New Mexico Colors of the Fall EquinoxGilda loves the high country. No problem for that Eurovan! We wanted to stop and get some of the top of the mountain photos from the roadside, but eh, it's just a bit too curvy to pull over for those photos.

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New Mexico adds three states to 'high-risk' list requiring self-quarantineIsland have been added to New Mexico's list of "high risk" states from which travelers are required to self-quarantine.

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NMSUA’s Electrify New Mexico sheds light on opportunities for beneficial electrificationIn a continued dialogue of advancing a statewide clean energy economy, New Mexico State University invites interested individuals to join a discussion on beneficial electrification from 8:30 a.m.

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Central New Mexico Weather: 9/22/20Yesterday, Socorro was sunny, hazy and warm. It was pleasant all day. Amazingly , there was a few drops of rain in the evening, but nothing measurable.

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New Mexico state health officials report 21 new COVID-19 cases in Eastern New MexicoState health officials reported 15 new cases in Curry County and five cases in Roosevelt County and one new case in Quay County.

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'Tomorrow we rise:' Ginsburg's legacy honored in AlbuquerqueSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, known for her judicial fight for womens equality, passed away Friday, Sept.

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New Mexico SIC targets non-core funds with $300m real estate pacing planPart of the investment plan involves the continued expansion of its portfolio in Europe where it believes value-add opportunities exist in sectors such as student housing, storage and multi-family, New Mexico SIC said in a meeting document.

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New Mexico TV series to take a look at real-life witch's coven and abuseA group of New Mexico-based filmmakers have come together to produce a series, "Behind the Yellow House," depicting a woman's real-life experience with a witch's coven in the Albuquerque area as a child during the 1960s.

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NM police settle for $300K after detaining disabled womanNew Mexico State Police have reached a $300,000 settlement with a disabled woman who accused an officer of grabbing and handcuffing her after she refused to provide ID in 2016.

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Cannon To Pay Administrative Fee In Lieu Of FineIn lieu of the hefty fine by the New Mexico Environment Department, Cannon Air Force Base will pay a $251,000 “administrative fee” to the state.

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Clovis Pd Reminds Drivers To Take Caution In School ZonesThis week, the Clovis Municipal School District is preparing for the transition of elementary school students in grades K - 5, from remote learning to Hybrid Learning.

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Cms Grab And Go Program Times ExtendedClovis Municipal Schools announced that in order to better accommodate family schedules and students in remote learning, the Grab and Go meal program times will be extended.

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New Mexico lawmakers likely will push to legalize weed, but steps needed to prepare for salesAZTEC — If New Mexico wants to legalize recreational cannabis and have sales begin next summer, the state needs to begin ramping up production now, Duke Rodriguez, the president and chief executive officer of Ultra Health, told the Revenue Stabilization and Tax Policy Committee during a Sept.

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3 states added to New Mexico's high risk listPeople who can show documentation of a valid negative COVID-19 test taken within the 72 hours before or after entry into New Mexico from another state are exempt from the quarantine requirement.

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New Mexico lawmakers likely will push to legalize weed, but steps needed to prepare for salesNew Mexico lawmakers in January will try to push a bill legalizing recreational weed, but experts say steps need to happen now to prepare for sales.

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‘Hungry for Opportunity'Santa Fe teens say law enforcement has mischaracterized music group as a gang Teens who record and share music say the Southside Goons are not a gang as described by police, prosectuors and some media.

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Navajo Nation reissues stay-at-home order following increase of COVID-19 casesNavajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer said there is an increase of COVID-19 cases in the Sage Memorial Hospital service area in Arizona and in satellite chapters in the Eastern Navajo Agency.

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New Mexico governor wants longer Census count if Biden winsSANTA FE, N.M. — Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham says that states may push for a special U.S. Census enrollment period next year if President Donald Trump leaves the White House.

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NM Health Officials Keep Watch on Rising COVID-19 TransmissionHelp keep local journalism fighting for you. Donate today to Friends of the Reporter.

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New Mexico governor wants longer Census count if Biden winsDemocratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham says that states may push for a special U.S. Census enrollment period next year if President Donald Trump leaves the White House.

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New Mexico agency to provide more help for child care accessThe state agency in charge of child care has amended rules to allow eligible parents who work or study remotely to receive assistance with child care costs.

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New Mexico objects to license for nuclear fuel storage planThe state of New Mexico is strongly objecting to federal nuclear regulators' preliminary recommendation that a license be granted to build a multibillion-dollar storage facility for spent nuclear fuel from commercial power plants around the U.S.

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Enrollment drop could hurt funding for New Mexico schoolsMembers of the Legislative Education Study Committee heard pleas Wednesday to keep up school funding, even if enrollment is dropping because of the pandemic.

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New Mexico's small towns bear brunt of pandemic economic falloutAs the federal government is cutting funding to states, municipalities like Lordsburg, N.M., are struggling with unemployment and a devastated tax base.

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Griffin: Oil and gas production ban would hurt New MexicoWith election season in full swing, some politicians, notably presidential hopeful Joe Biden, think calling for a ban on future oil and gas leasing on federal lands will score points with some voters.

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Los Alamos County in New Mexico Ranks As the Healthiest Community in the U.S.Los Alamos County took the number-one spot, thanks to its quality of drinking water quality, availability of affordable housing, access to parks, and more.

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After the BurnIt wasn't just luck that brought the Medio Fire under control. Collaboration, skill and strategy on the part of the crews that fought the fire influenced its path.

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Tax expert says there could be significant revenues in cannabis legalization, some lawmakers still skepticalComments and questions raised on Tuesday during an interim legislative tax policy committee point towards lengthy debates on recreational cannabis legalization in the upcoming legislative session in January.

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US must decry genocide in Nigeria"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." In congruence with this saying by Martin Luther King Jr., we the Indigenous People of Biafra residents in New Mexico write to call attention to the never-ending atrocities against the IPOB of Biafra as well as Christians in Nigeria.

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Staying on TrackIn lieu of a statewide COVID-19 contact-tracing app, some New Mexico schools and cities are striking out on their own NMSU computer science students designed a COVID-19 contact tracing and safety , while the City of Santa Fe and United World College are encouraging use of the NOVID app.

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Gaslighting is the New BlackBlack Americans have been gaslighted for hundreds of years Anson Stevens-Bollen.

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7 DaysHelp keep local journalism fighting for you. Donate today to Friends of the Reporter.

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SFR Digital-ish Picks—Week of Sept. 23Wine down, television, the best band around and the last Southside market of the season.

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New Mexico United loses first home game of road warrior seasonCOLORADO SPRINGS  Over 800 New Mexicans took the trip up I-25 to Weidner Field to attend the first home game of the season after the Colorado Springs Switchbacks allowed its southern rivals to rent out their stadium.

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Albuquerque Museum's Third Thursday event continues celebrating virtuallyThe Albuquerque Museum had its monthly Third Thursday event on Sept. 17 with a variety of organized online events open to the public.

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US Eagle grants to help keep kids safe"As leaders in our community, we feel it is our obligation to step up and ensure New Mexico students can be as successful as possible as they adapt to the new learning environment," US Eagle President and CEO Marsha Majors said in a statement.

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Health officials: Virus transmission rate increased in New Mexico as restrictions were easedHuman Services Secretary David Scrase pointed to increased travel and activities on Labor Day weekend, which probably included some people defying advisories and congregating in large groups.

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Experts urge New Mexico lawmakers to legalize cannabisThe prospects for legalization in the 2021 legislative session remain unclear. The question has become somewhat contentious during past legislative sessions.

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RISD board discusses steps to hybrid learningRoswell Independent School District School Board members, from left, James Edwards, Hilda Sanchez and Hope Morales listen to a presentation by the board’s legal counsel, Tony Ortiz of Ortiz and Zamora Attorneys at Law, Santa Fe, during a board retreat Tuesday morning in the board room of the Roswell Chamber of Commerce.

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How far will CARES Act money go in solving the Navajo Nation water crisis?On the Navajo Nation, an estimated 30 percent of homes do not have access to running water, which complicates the fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Sale of Air Center property to be considered againPart of the Ergon Asphalt sales deal would entail closing this portion of Airport Avenue that crosses the rail spur, with Ergon paying for a new road to connect residents and others to Earl Cummings Loop.

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Chaves County reports 4 new COVID-19 cases TuesdayState officials announced Tuesday afternoon that Chaves County had no additional coronavirus-related deaths reported in the previous 24 hours and only four new COVID-19 cases.

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Gold Star mother to be recognized at Sunday ceremonyThe mother of a man from Roswell who died while serving in Iraq will be recognized during a ceremony Sunday.

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RPD warns residents of phone scamThe Roswell Police Department is warning area residents of a phone scam involving callers claiming to be law enforcement officers.

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Marquez stresses academics key to ‘play again'Home Sports Local Sports Marquez stresses academics key to ‘play again’.

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Paul W. ParkerPaul W. Parker, born September 23, 1942, passed away Sunday, September 13, 2020 to reside with his father, B.J. Parker; sister, Eva Mae; brothers, Eddie Dean and Raymond Earl.

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Carl EppersCarl Eppers, age 67, died Monday, September 14, 2020, at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene. There will be a committal graveside service held in Santa Anna Cemetery with his son-in-law, Steven Miller, officiating.

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The Latest: China lifts pandemic bar on entry by foreignersChinese officials say foreigners holding certain types of visas and residence permits will be permitted to return to China as the threat of the new coronavirus continues to recede.

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New Mexico agency to provide more help for child care accessThe number of low-income families tapping into government-funded child care assistance is steadily increasing in New Mexico, but state officials say two-thirds of those who are eligible have yet to enroll.

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The museum closed first. Like many states amid the pandemic, New Mexico's small towns bear the bruntAs the federal government is cutting funding to states, municipalities like Lordsburg, N.M., are struggling with unemployment and a devastated tax base.

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Oil and gas production ban would hurt New MexicoThat money is crucial to New Mexico's future, which is why Joe Biden's call for a ban on energy leases on federal land is so troubling.

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Southern New Mexico corn mazes to open with safety guidelines during pandemicFor many families in the Borderland, taking a ride to the corn maze fields to pick your own pumpkin is a tradition every fall.

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New Mexico council to explore equity in environmental protectionsIn this Feb. 26, 2019, file photo, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas talks during a news conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad receives green light to depart from ChamaCOVID-19 restrictions are lifting just in time for people to view the peak fall colors from the train cars of the Cumbres and Toltec Railroad.

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New Mexico United vying for top spot in Group CNew Mexico United has secured their spot in the postseason playoffs.

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Downtown goats draw attention from residentsA pair of unusual animals have been drawing people's attention around Downtown.

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Q&A: House District 23 Candidate Ellis McMathEllis McMath POLITICAL PARTY: Republican OCCUPATION: Concealed carry firearms instructor CITY OF RESIDENCE: Albuquerque RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: Albuquerque reserve police officer, Navy veteran, New Mexico State University commercial pilot, FAA air traffic controller, founder and&.

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County officials encourage people to participate in National Voter Registration DayCounty officials are encouraging people to get ready for the upcoming election by participating in National Voter Registration Day Tuesday.

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Questions remain for upcoming ski seasonAs temperatures start to cool off, some people are wondering what ski season might look like in a COVID world.

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Lawmakers look at what legalizing recreational marijuana could do to help state's economyDuring a virtual committee meeting Tuesday afternoon, lawmakers got an update on what legalizing, regulating and taxing recreational pot could do for the state's struggling economy.

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NM keeps eyes on growth in virus spreadSANTA FE — State epidemiologists are closely tracking an increase in how quickly COVID-19 is spreading in New Mexico — an uptick possibly set in motion by travel and social gatherings over Labor Day weekend.&.

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Q&A: House District 22 Candidate Jessica P. VelasquezJessica P. Velasquez POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Small business owner CITY OF RESIDENCE: Sandia Park RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: I am the most qualified candidate in the race for New Mexico House District 22.

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