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This New Mexico Chile Has an International Cult Following And Here's Why

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:49:37 GMT

The historic village of ChimayA3 , located in the heart of New Mexico , is approximately a 30-minute drive north of Santa Fe , at the foothills of the crimson-hued Sangre de Cristo mountains. Established at the tail-end of the 17th century by Spanish settlers, this tight-knit community of 3,000 people lies near the Santa Cruz river, and is best known for the Santuario de ChimayA3.

Free program helps New Mexico business owners

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 17:29:36 GMT

The Small Business Administration of New Mexico is accepting applications for the 2018 Emerging Leaders course. It's a free program that helps small business owners create a three-year strategic growth plan, and network with others in the business community.

NM: Legislature gets flurry of harassment complaints

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 15:06:21 GMT

"The New Mexico Legislature received five reports about possible sexual misconduct, harassment and discrimination during the recently concluded session, according to the legislative branch's legal counsel. The flurry of complaints and reports from observers about possible misconduct by lawmakers and legislative staff stands in sharp contrast to the prior decade in which just one formal complaint of sexual misconduct was filed against a legislator with no finding of probable cause or disciplinary action.

Maxwell Museum hosts exhibit supporting refugees

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 10:30:31 GMT

The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at The University of New Mexico is taking an anthropological perspective on the current political climate. Now through March 3, the museum's open-to-the-public exhibit, "No Hate, No Fear," will focus on immigrants and refugees in the United States.

New Mexico MainStreet program accredited by EDD

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 06:08:23 GMT

Officials with the Economic Development Department Wednesday announced the National Main Street Center and its partners accredited local New Mexico MainStreet programs in recognition of their exemplary commitment to historic preservation and community revitalization through the Main Street Four-Point ApproachA . The accreditation will allow them to continue their work in revitalizing downtown economies.

Scam targets San Juan Regional Medical Center patients

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 03:45:06 GMT

In the newest scheme to target New Mexico residents, scammers are posing as hospital representatives in an attempt to access the bank accounts of patients. Patients of the San Juan Regional Medical Center are receiving messages asking them to participate in a survey to receive a free watch stating participants will only pay shipping and handling.

Silver Schools respond to latest school shooting

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 22:54:04 GMT

The Silver Consolidated School District will be forming a Safety and Security Committee to assess potential issues in light of the most recent school shooting in Florida. "We asked the police department to come evaluate every one of our school sites and they will provide recommendations to us on how to better secure our facilities," he told the board Tuesday.

Man killed in Yellowstone fall reportedly hunting for treasure

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 18:26:08 GMT

On a bright morning last summer, Jeff Murphy disappeared through the northern gates of Yellowstone National Park. The 53-year-old had traveled from the Chicago suburbs to the Montana-Wyoming border, and his planned hike up a nearby mountain trail should have taken him about half a day.

RMS student council members made their mark at state leadership conference

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 13:35:05 GMT

Members of the Ruidoso Middle School student council attended a New Mexico Association of Student Councils leadership conference and donated backpacks Ruidoso Middle School student council members are Regan Jameson, Andre Almarinez, Dayanara Ruiz, Ximena Ruiz, Cori Cox, Leslie Medrano, Saul Gutierrez , Marcus Pascual, Alora Shaver and Bradley Belcher. Ruidoso Middle School student council members attended the New Mexico Association of Student Councils leadership conference Feb. 8-10, at Bernalillo High School.

New Mexico fights conflict-of-interest allegations in Medicaid managed care contracts

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 08:42:26 GMT

The state of New Mexico fired back this week against allegations that its selection of new contractors for the state's Medicaid program was sullied by a major conflict of interest. The state's Human Services Department said the "allegations are both overblown and inaccurate," in a filing with New Mexico District Court in Santa Fe dated Feb. 15. Last month, Molina Healthcare sued the state saying its contract was cancelled because of unfair competition from a company that helped evaluate bids.

New Mexico school shooter had swastika marking on his leg

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 04:04:02 GMT

This undated file photo provided by the San Juan County Sheriff's Office shows William Atchison. Atchison, the gunman in a deadly New Mexico school shooting, had no drugs or alcohol in his system the day of the rampage and an autopsy revealed a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, bruised knuckles and faint ink markings on his leg that included a swastika symbol.

New Mexico school shooter had swastika marking on his leg

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 04:04:01 GMT

Hundreds of people raise their candles during a candlelight vigil Dec. 7 at Minion Park in Aztec after a shooting at Aztec High School. William Atchison, the gunman in the deadly New Mexico school shooting, had no drugs or alcohol in his system the day of the rampage and an autopsy revealed a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, bruised knuckles and faint ink markings on his leg that included a swastika symbol.

Goodwill asks for help stocking donation centers

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 01:38:19 GMT

Ninety-percent of the center's profits go toward funding free workshops for resume writing, job training and job placement for New Mexicans in need. "There is more to it than just the donation centers and the retail stores.

New Mexico deputy public defender facing harassment claims

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 20:19:00 GMT

The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that the New Mexico Disciplinary Board has declined to take action on complaints filed by the women's supervisors. However, a complaint is pending with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and one woman has asked the state Supreme Court to review the Disciplinary Board's decision.

Two groups seek clemency for Alabama inmate set to die Thursday

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 17:50:34 GMT

Alabama is set to go forward with its planned execution Thursday, but two groups have written to both Gov. Kay Ivey and the federal government asking for the execution to be called off. This week, both the International Commission Against the Death Penalty and the United Nations Special Rapporteurs sent letters on Doyle Lee Hamm's behalf.

Smartphone tether inventor pitches for $10K

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 12:54:02 GMT

Haj Khalsa of Santa Fe, owner of Hangtime, poses with the KOALA, a cell phone tether on Thursday, February 8, 2018. Khalsa will make a product pitch on Feb 22 during an ABQid event at Taos Ski Valley.

Working together: Better for New Mexico

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 08:00:01 GMT

It wasn't that bad, was it? From the outside, it looked pretty good to watch the spectacle of Republicans and Democrats in the state Legislature finding common ground to deal with New Mexico's problems and challenges. Politics always will be part of the system to create laws, with parties seeking to win advantage, both immediately in passing laws they want and over the long term to win elections.