Statement On Commerce Department Final Newsprint Countervailing And Antidumping Decision


WASHINGTON, D.C. –Stop Tariffs on Printers & Publishers (STOPP), a coalition of printers, publishers, retailers, paper suppliers and distributors today released the following statements regarding the U.S. Department of Commerce’s final determination on uncoated groundwood paper imports from Canada.

“These import duties on newsprint have already caused job losses in the printing and publishing sectors and have resulted in decreased news coverage in local communities,” said David Chavern, president and CEO, News Media Alliance. “Although this is a step in the right

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McQuiston: The Recent Rains

The Jemez Agency

Here and in Santa Fe we have experienced some high rain volume recently. Several areas in Santa Fe reported standing water 3 feet deep. Which brings me to the not to pleasant question and answer portion of rain water: Am I covered when the rain water seeps into my house?

Rain that exceeds the capacity of storm sewers, sump systems, bodies of water, and the ground’s ability to absorb and hold water can cause big problems for your home, resulting in significant water damage and monetary costs.

Most homeowner’s policies contain an exclusion for water damage. This

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On The Job In Los Alamos: Secret City Kitchen

On the job in Los Alamos is owner Jeremy Varela of Secret City Kitchen as he stops by to visit with the Los Alamos Daily Post news team Wednesday at 1247 Central Ave. Varela launched his Secret City Kitchen in September 2015 and operates the café in Building 2 at UNM-LA, 4000 University Dr. The café is open 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. To arrange for catered meetings or events at UNM-LA, call 505.819.3676. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Carol A. Clark/

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Balderas Secures Guilty Plea From Ex-CEO Who Embezzled From Pueblo-Owned Business

AG News:
SANTA FE The New Mexico Office of the Attorney General has secured a guilty plea from Donn Wiese, former CEO of San Ildefonso Services LLC.
Wiese embezzled $20,545 in grant money that was awarded to San Ildefonso Services, which is owned by Pueblo of San Ildefonso.
“My office is committed to protecting Native American populations throughout New Mexico,” Attorney General Hector Balderas said. “Our special agents and prosecutors worked tirelessly to bring Mr. Wiese to justice, and return valuable resources to San Idelfonso Services.”
As part of

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This Week At Los Alamos Farmers Market

Courtesy photo
What’s at the Farmers Market this week:
Peaches- Berries- Apples- Plums- Lamb- Beef- Yak- Bison- Pork- honey- honey sticks- Tomatoes- Shishitos- Onions- Green onions- celery- Salad Mix- Beets- Turnips- Apple Cider- Sharpening Service, Kettle Corn if it not raining- Nursery- Plants- grasses- hanging Flowers- Cut Flowers- Herbs- Eggs-Beans of every color- Cucumbers- Carrots- Squashes- radishes- Lettuce- Cabbage- Garlic- Potatoes of every color and variety- Squash Blossoms- Tortillas-Jams & Jellies Vinegars-

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Bipartisan Group Of Senators Call On Amtrak To Continue Long-Distance Rail Service, Southwest Chief

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich
WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) led a bipartisan group of senators from states spanning the country in urging Amtrak to uphold its side of a longstanding public-private partnership to continue operating the Southwest Chief passenger train and long-distance passenger service, particularly through rural communities.
The Southwest Chief runs daily between Chicago and Los Angeles and connects towns and cities in Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and California.

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