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Artesia schools close after second boil water advisory

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 18:39:06 GMT

Artesia public schools will be closed through Tuesday in response to a second boil water advisory sent out by the state in two months. KOB-TV reports Artesia residents are advised to boil their drinking water after E.coli was detected in the water supply.




Excitement around opening of H&M store at Santa Fe Place mall offers...

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 13:36:17 GMT

Long lines of customers eagerly await the doors to open for the grand opening of H&M at The Santa Fe Place on Thursday September 14, 2017. Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican Delilah Martinez reaches for a purse at the grand opening of H&M on Thursday September 14, 2017.




Growing support for legal pot

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 08:58:47 GMT

Mac McKenzie of Texas buys legal marijuana in 2016 from a recreational cannabis shop in Trinidad, Colo. Even though neighboring Colorado legalized recreational marijuana three years ago, New Mexico lawmakers have been cautious about following suit.




No boundary changes for New Mexico's 2 national monuments

Tue, 19 Sep 2017 04:31:03 GMT

The boundaries of two national monuments in New Mexico that were part of an expansive federal review would remain unchanged under recommendations made by U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, providing some relief to the groups that had come out in support of the designations. The recommendations for the Rio Grande del Norte monument near the New Mexico-Colorado state line and the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks monument along the southern border do call for making public access a priority as well as the pursuit of congressional authority to enable Native American tribes to help manage cultural areas within the boundaries.




Walk for Heroes will be held at Western New Mexico University

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 23:51:42 GMT

Western New Mexico University is hosting the 7th Annual James H. Pirtle Walk for Heroes, which starts and ends at Old James Stadium on Saturday, September 30. Walk for Heroes will be held at Western New Mexico University Western New Mexico University is hosting the 7th Annual James H. Pirtle Walk for Heroes, which starts and ends at Old James Stadium on Saturday, September 30. Check out this story on scsun-news.com: http://www.scsun-news.com/story/news/local/community/2017/09/18/walk-heroes-held-western-new-mexico-university/679184001/ Pictured from left to right are Walk for the Heroes committee members Liz Lopez, Raul Turrieta, Mayor Ken Ladner, Peggy Tavizon, and Damon Martinez.




AG Balderas warns of new Equifax security breach scam

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 21:33:19 GMT

Attorney General Hector Balderas issued a Scam Alert Monday morning warning New Mexicans to protect themselves against callers attempting to use the recent security breach at Equifax to perpetrate a new kind of scam. "Equifax is not going to call and ask for your information," Attorney General Balderas warned, noting that his office has already received complaints of the fake Equifax calls.




New Mexico school district eyes immigrant resolution

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 16:42:21 GMT

A southeastern New Mexico school district is considering a resolution that promises support for students and employees who may face deportation amid possible Trump Administration changes. The Hobbs News-Sun reports the Lovington School Board has drafted a resolution aimed to assure immigrants in the country illegally who have temporary protective statues.




CYFD brings on former clients to help teens

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 14:14:48 GMT

If you've never lived in a foster home or spent time in a juvenile detention center, it's hard to understand what life is like for kids who do. That's why the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department is now hiring interns who've had those experiences.




New Mexican recalls devastation Irma brought to U.S. Virgin Islands

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 07:15:16 GMT

That's how one man describes the once beautiful U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricane Irma plowed through its homes and lush landscapes recently. For Dellios, Saint John an island in the Caribbean is a second home.




Zinke's recommendations would not change size of OMDP

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 05:08:01 GMT

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has recommendations for future management of OMDP, however the recommendations do not include a reduction in size. Zinke's recommendations would not change size of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has recommendations for future management of OMDP, however the recommendations do not include a reduction in size.




Bob Martin: whether behind, or above, covered some of KRQEa s biggest news stories

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 00:30:07 GMT

It would be easy to say that this is simple story about KRQE News 13 losing a beloved colleague, but the more you know about Bob Martin the more you'll realize that people all across New Mexico lost a man with a passion for flying, for science and the history of our state. Many of our viewers will remember pilot reporter Bob Martin flying above a wildfire giving up-to-the-minute details on the firefight below - but Bob was everywhere.




Team of New Mexican electricians help restore Florida power

Sun, 17 Sep 2017 19:50:13 GMT

Team of New Mexican electricians help restore Florida power The state continues to come together to help in hurricane relief. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/2017/09/17/team-new-mexican-electricians-help-restore-florida-power/672570001/ A group of New Mexico electricians heads to Florida to help the 7 million people without electricity in the wake of Hurricane Irma.




U.S. Circuit Court seat should go to New Mexican

Sun, 17 Sep 2017 19:50:12 GMT

Whoever is selected could potentially serve for decades. That person needs to understand not only the law, but also our state.




Reader: Keep Jack-n-Grill! Gentrifiers, Leave Our Federal Culture Alone

Sun, 17 Sep 2017 17:31:04 GMT

Since 2000, Jack Martinez's Jack-n-Grill has been serving up New Mexican-style Mexican food at 2544 Federal Boulevard, where Martinez, a native of New Mexico, had earlier roasted chiles every fall. But now he's selling the building because of a divorce, and although there's a second Jack-n-Grill in the northern 'burbs, the closing of the original Jack-n-Grill on Federal will definitely mark the end of an era.




Getting - energy out there' with break-dancing

Sun, 17 Sep 2017 12:56:14 GMT

Tyrone Clemons, 26, of Santa Fe, said he has been dancing for 10 years. The dancing allows members to 'get our energy out there' to the community in a positive way, he said.




Family, N.M. leaders gather to celebrate Sen. Domenici

Sun, 17 Sep 2017 08:25:51 GMT

Members of the Domenici family and select dignitaries wave flags and sing 'God Bless the USA' during a memorial for former state Sen. Pete V. Domenici on Saturday afternoon at the Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball Stadium. Juan Labreche/For The New Mexican Former staffers for the Sen. Pete V. Domenici watch the celebrations during a memorial for the former Republican senator on Saturday afternoon at the Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball Stadium.




New Mexico suicide rate sees drop after years of increase

Sun, 17 Sep 2017 04:03:26 GMT

In a news release issued Friday, the department reported that the decrease has reversed a rising trend of suicides over the last several years. There were 469 reported suicides in New Mexico last year, the department said, down from 498 in 2015.