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Border towns key in close US House races amid wall talk
Many people in towns like Columbus, New Mexico, say they see no problem with U.S. Border Patrol keeping watch over their small village of 1,600 people and dismiss talk by some activists within the Democratic Party who seek to “abolish ICE” — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Many also oppose
Belen Police Chief's past of misconduct comes to light on the heels of resignation
BELEN, N.M. (KRQE) - Belen's top cop, Scott Conner, has spoken with reporters over the past two years about some of Belen's criminal cases. However, KRQE News 13 has learned he doesn't exactly have a squeaky clean record himself.
Thumbs: Our high country lowdown on the news, October 19
THUMBS UP: THE NEXT DANCING QUEEN?With all that’s going on this fall, it’s never too early for young women in our area to be thinking about the next Reina de Las Vegas competition, and whether to enter in the late spring. While participation in the event has waned in recent years, there is still a l
Suit By Slain Girl's Grandparents Can Proceed, Council Approves $4.5M Netflix Package
Many people in towns like Columbus, New Mexico, say they see no problem with U.S. Border Patrol keeping watch over their small village of 1,600 people and dismiss talk by some activists within the Democratic Party who seek to "abolish ICE" — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Many also oppose
How to Save a Starving Nation | Dame Magazine
In the middle of the Arizona desert sits a half-acre garden oasis, bustling with fresh-grown veggies and flowers. Planted in the midst of the 27,000-square-mile Navajo Nation in 2016 as part ofCoffee Pot Farmsin partnership with the localTeesto Chapter, the garden now sprouts a plethora of greens as
New Mexico Dem outraises GOP hopeful in key US House race
According to the filings, Torres Small took in $1,883,667 from July 1 to September 30. Her campaign reported that she had $1,085,381 cash on hand.
Xochitl Torres Small raises three times as much as Yvette Herrell
According to the filings, Torres Small took in $1,883,667 from July 1 to Sept. 30. Her campaign reported that she had $1,085,381 cash on hand.
Habitat: Kent home latest project for ‘vagabond’ couple
Image1of4The home at 316 Kent Cornwall Road was built in 1797 as a barn for a 50-acre farm. It is the fourth home renovated by Pierre Kozely and Dawn Farmer, furniture designers who have restored homes in New Mexico,... more
Heinrich seeks bipartisan appeal in New Mexico race for U.S. Senate
PIE TOWN — There are not many voters in Pie Town. In fact, there are not many voters in all of Catron County — 2,865 as of late last month. And most of them are Republicans.So, Martin Heinrich, a freshman Democratic senator, kept it short.Speaking at the community’s annual Pie Festival earlier this
Meow Wolf plans several spooky Halloween events
There are various stories around the origins of Halloween, including that it’s a time when boundaries between this world and the otherworld become thinner – a time when spirits can more easily visit us. That’s a good description of any day at the House of Eternal Return by Meow Wolf, and the group h
Logan hires new city manager
Scott Parnell, the village of Logan's new manager who began his first day of work Oct. 9, hailed from Los Lunas, near Albuquerque.
OPINION | Editorial: Journal recommendations for NM's statewide offices
Journal endorsements in this year’s general election continue today with the statewide races for attorney general, secretary of state, auditor, treasurer and commissioner of public lands:Attorney General – Hector BalderasThe attorney general is responsible for fighting crime, enforcing open meetings
House NM Brings Minimalism to Italy’s Hillside
Varese, Italy is where the latesthometo catch our eye resides. Created in 2017, the 260 sq. m space was led by Mauro Rivolta from Studio Ecoarch. Situated on a sloping hillside, one of the aims was to make use of the sun and landscape, inserting large windows in order to make the space feel more ope
Why this Teessider is putting millions into these derelict offices
It comes as ambitious plans to regenerate Albert Road, round the corner, into Albert North with food and drink outlets, ‘city living apartments’, studios and offices were recently unveiled.
How the Navajo Nation Is Reclaiming Food Sovereignty | Civil Eats
In the middle of the Arizona desert, within the 27,000-square-mile Navajo Nation, sits a half-acre garden oasis, bustling with fresh-grown veggies and flowers. Planted in 2016 as part ofCoffee Pot Farmsin partnership with the localTeesto Chapter, the garden now sprouts a plethora of greens as well a
Problematic Mosquito Detected In Albuquerque, Pearce To Share Tax Returns
The department's deputy director, Mark DiMenna, says early detection gives officials the best possible opportunity to track and prevent illness.
House NM / Studio Ecoarch
Text description provided by the architects.The Val Ceresio is, from the environmental point of view, beautiful and rich in vegetation. The house is situated on a slope with the best exposure and opens up the sun and the landscape, making it enter through large windows.
Quay could use racino boost
At the risk of alienating real or potential readers in various parts of the state, I am using my space this week to advocate for my home town Tucumcari as the site of the state’s next racetrack-casino, or “racino.”
Police: Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting had chainsaw blade
On Oct. 11, the New Mexico State Police interviewed officer Brent Aguilar about the incident. In the interview, Aguilar said he and other officers were attempting to stop a stolen vehicle driven by 22-year-old Aaron Joseph Chavez of Clovis.
Clovis woman becomes an honorary firefighter
She inspected the inside of a fire engine, toured the station, and learned the responsibilities an honorary team member has.