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The commission approved a resolution urging the Public Regulation Commission to review a proposed El Paso Electric substation in the Talavera area. [Read More]
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The man reportedly threatened to keep a Penske rental truck rented by his boss in exchange for what he claimed was an unpaid debt. [Read More]
The speeds will be increased in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Farmington and Los Alamos at no additional cost. [Read More]
The nation's high court takes up issues connected to a massive Texas vs. New Mexico water battle. [Read More]
The office will hold a passport fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3 in Breland Hall, Room 152 . [Read More]
MaryLou Davis is a member of the NMSU chancellor search panel and also heads the university's fundraising foundation. [Read More]
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Two trustee seats and the mayor's position are up for grabs in the March municipal election in Mesilla. [Read More]
A renovation of a suite on the campus of the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope will allow the nonprofit to serve more clients in less-crowded... [Read More]
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Mesilla Park Community Church will be showing LEGO Ninjago on Jan. 19. [Read More]
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The race will be held Feb. 4. [Read More]
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Witness the history of scientific discovery at the Museum of Nature and Science's "STEAMpunk" program, focusing on Benjamin Banneker. [Read More]
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The chapter collects items for both men and women who've served in the military. [Read More]
The Mayfield girls basketball team beat Belen 45-37 in a non-district game Saturday night in Belen.        ... [Read More]
While Doug Martin's offense has been the Aggies strength in recent seasons, they wouldn't be Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl champions without a vastly improved... [Read More]
New Mexico State got Western Athletic Conference play started off on the right foot.        ... [Read More]
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Democrats will have to tap into those values — the libertarian-leaning and morally conservative energy that pervades much of southern New Mexico. [Read More]
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The deterrent value is produced by other states believing our "button" is bigger and that attacking us will assure their annihilation. [Read More]
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The early years lay the foundation for our children's well-being and our society's success. [Read More]
The new Las Cruces police chief hails from New York City. He was the World Trade Center Zone Commander following 9/11. [Read More]
Failure to perform as promised — depriving a government agency of the expected product or service — will sour future opportunities.        ... [Read More]
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