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New Mexico monuments could keep status, Zinke suggests - taosnews


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New Mexico monuments could keep status, Zinke suggests
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U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signaled Wednesday (June 21) he is open to leaving intact two national monuments in New Mexico that his office is eyeing as part of a controversial nationwide review ordered by President Donald Trump. During a hearing ...

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New Mexico counties participate in USDA Stronger Economies Together program - High Plains Journal


New Mexico counties participate in USDA Stronger Economies Together program
High Plains Journal
New Mexico rural community and county leaders are taking advantage of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Stronger Economies Together program to help them develop and implement an economic development blueprint for their multi-county regions.

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Education chief: New Mexico schools need modern solutions - The Durango Herald


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Education chief: New Mexico schools need modern solutions
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Acting New Mexico Public Education Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski, a former administrator with the Delaware Department of Education who once taught middle school social studies in Florida, took the helm at New Mexico's Public Education Department ...

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New Mexico gained 3 rigs in early June - Farmington Daily Times


New Mexico gained 3 rigs in early June
Farmington Daily Times
HOUSTON (AP) — The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by 11 the first week of June to 927. A year ago, just 414 rigs were active. Oklahoma added five rigs, New Mexico gained four, while West Virginia and Ohio tacked on ...

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Coyotes are as much a part of New Mexico as we are - Santa Fe New Mexican


Coyotes are as much a part of New Mexico as we are
Santa Fe New Mexican
Kill 'em all and the world will be a safer place. Any sane New Mexican can see through this man's fear-mongering. As scary as it is, it is totally void of the truth. Coyotes are a natural part of New Mexico's ecosystem, whose livelihood depends on ...

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Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts gives back to community - Alamogordo Daily News


Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts gives back to community
Alamogordo Daily News
ALAMOGORDO — An estimated 1,200 attendees packed the Otero County Fairgrounds during the eighth annual Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts on Friday and Saturday. The Southern New Mexico Festival of Quilts began as a cooperative effort with ...

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Highway in Arizona, New Mexico Reopens After Closure - U.S. News & World Report


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Highway in Arizona, New Mexico Reopens After Closure
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... New Mexico Reopens After Closure. A portion of Interstate 10 in southeastern Arizona has been closed due to blowing dust in New Mexico. June 24, 2017, at 3:21 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Highway in Arizona, New Mexico ...
UPDATE: I-10 NOW OPEN between Willcox and New Mexico line ...KVOA Tucson News
Blowing dust in New Mexico closes I-10 in southeastern Arizona ...KGUN
I-10 east of Willcox reopens after being closed due to blowing dust ...ABC15 Arizona

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New Mexico Group Unveils Estimated $20M Homelessness Project - U.S. News & World Report


New Mexico Group Unveils Estimated $20M Homelessness Project
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New Mexico Group Unveils Estimated $20M Homelessness Project. A local architect and a pair of organizations that serve Santa Fe's homeless population have been working for nearly two years to develop a long-term solution to homelessness that extends ...

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Under scrutiny, New Mexico opioid prescriptions taper off | Local ... - Santa Fe New Mexican


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Under scrutiny, New Mexico opioid prescriptions taper off | Local ...
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New Mexico has been on the front lines of the nation's intertwined prescription opioid and heroin epidemic for more than a decade.

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Energy company proposes wind farm in Eastern NM - Santa Fe New Mexican


Energy company proposes wind farm in Eastern NM
Santa Fe New Mexican
An information sheet quotes David Hudson, president of Xcel Energy for New Mexico and Texas, saying, “The decision to add additional wind generation is purely economic. By taking advantage of tax credits before they expire, these projects will allow us ...

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NM suing oil company for breach of contract, violations - Santa Fe New Mexican


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NM suing oil company for breach of contract, violations
Santa Fe New Mexican
The Martinez administration is suing a Texas oil company, accusing it of failing to comply with a settlement last year that required the firm to plug and remediate abandoned wells in Southern New Mexico. The state says the company owes it at least $147 ...

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New Mexico Tech student looking to revolutionize medicine - KOB 4


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New Mexico Tech student looking to revolutionize medicine
KOB 4
Candelaria said her column is cheaper to manufacture than what is already available. All this, from a girl born and raised in Bloomfield, New Mexico who says her passion for this line of work comes from losing her grandmother. Candelaria was six, and ...

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New Mexico Man Gets 120 Years in Prison in Child Porn Case ... - U.S. News & World Report


New Mexico Man Gets 120 Years in Prison in Child Porn Case ...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico man will be spending the rest of his life in federal prison for producing and distributing child pornography.

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Education Chief: New Mexico Schools Need Modern Solutions - U.S. News & World Report


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Education Chief: New Mexico Schools Need Modern Solutions
U.S. News & World Report
In this Thursday, June 22, 2017 photo acting New Mexico Public Education Secretary Christopher Ruszkowski poses for a photo in Albuquerque, N.M. Ruszkowski, a former administrator with the Delaware Department of Education who once taught middle ...
New PED chief vows more reforms | Albuquerque JournalAlbuquerque Journal

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Under Scrutiny, New Mexico Opioid Prescriptions Taper Off | New ... - U.S. News & World Report


Under Scrutiny, New Mexico Opioid Prescriptions Taper Off | New ...
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The number of people receiving opioid pain medication prescriptions or risky duplicate prescriptions is showing a precipitous decline in New Mexico since the ...

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Education chief: New Mexico schools need modern solutions - Washington Post


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Education chief: New Mexico schools need modern solutions
Washington Post
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico is seeing higher graduation rates and more students are reading at grade level thanks to reforms made over the past several years, but a top state education official says the demands of public education are evolving and ...

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Crews make gains against New Mexico wildfires - Santa Fe New Mexican


Crews make gains against New Mexico wildfires
Santa Fe New Mexican
Thousands of acres of New Mexico forests and grasslands have burned over the last few weeks amid one of the hottest Junes on record, but forest officials said most ongoing fires in Northern New Mexico were at least 50 percent contained Thursday evening.

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Search still on for New Mexico treasure despite second death - 9NEWS.com


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Search still on for New Mexico treasure despite second death
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A New Mexico millionaire is refusing to call off a treasure hunt after a second man from Colorado has died looking for the fortune. Forrest Fenn spoke off-camera with NBC News about the death of Colorado Pastor Paris Wallace. He said he believes 250 ...
Police find body of a second treasure-hunter seeking gold and jewels in New MexicoMontreal Gazette

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GOP New Mexico lawmaker wants to shrink national monument - KOB 4


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GOP New Mexico lawmaker wants to shrink national monument
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SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - Members of New Mexico's delegation to Capitol Hill are at odds over whether to reduce the size of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument under a review by the administration of President Donald Trump. Advertisement.
Washington Notebook: Pearce asks Zinke to reduce monument by 88%Albuquerque Journal

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