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2014/04/19 18:48
2014/04/19 18:48
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Well, I guess we showed that Joe Delk. I'll bet he thinks twice before trying to impose flood control again on the good people of Doña Ana County. The turnout for the recent Doña Ana Soil and Water...
2014/04/19 18:48
2014/04/19 18:48
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2014/04/17 07:48
2014/04/17 07:48
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Council should take lead on minimum wage I watched online all three of the "Great Conversation" meetings about raising the minimum wage, and was extremely disappointed at the poor structure and level...
2014/04/15 21:48
2014/04/15 21:48
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ALBUQUERQUE >> A failure by New Mexico to address water supply challenges and climate change would have far-ranging effects on everything from national security to energy independence and the ability...
2014/04/10 16:48
2014/04/10 16:48
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Dems won't admit wage hike will hurt jobs The Congressional Budget Office reported in February that a Democrat plan to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour would result in the loss of 500,000...
2014/04/10 01:56
2014/04/10 01:56
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Courtesy photo Christopher Rickert, a former U.S. Marine Corps infantry assaultman who was deployed to Afghanistan, is one of the warrior hikers who is hiking the Continental Divide Trail starting...
2014/04/08 22:14
2014/04/08 22:14
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Normally, the U.S. Supreme Court makes sound decisions of interpreting the U.S. Constitution in an effort of insuring the law is fair and just for all U.S. citizens. However, the U.S. Supreme Court...
2014/04/04 21:58
2014/04/04 21:58
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WASHINGTON -- The toxic partisanship that’s paralyzed most Washington lawmaking for years often spared congressional consideration of intelligence matters. Not this time. Not when the topic is the...
2014/04/04 11:37
2014/04/04 11:37
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WASHINGTON — Big campaign money just got even bigger. Thanks to Wednesday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning laws on certain donor restrictions, legions of American voters, already angry at a...
2014/03/31 07:48
2014/03/31 07:48
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Rodrunners thankful for successful car show The Las Cruces Rodrunners Car Show recently held the Wheels of Dreams Car Show. There were 232 entries, a record turnout for this event. Participants came...
2014/03/30 07:56
2014/03/30 07:56
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Sportsmen in support of monument proposal As a sportsman, I'm actively involved in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument proposal. I've met with senators, local officials, and local...
2014/03/28 13:56
2014/03/28 13:56
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Four more employees of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant are being tested for possible exposure to radiation. WIPP is a federally operated nuclear waste disposal site located 26 miles southeast of...
2014/03/26 12:22
2014/03/26 12:22
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it will distribute $20,698,851 in excise tax revenues to fund fish and wildlife conservation and recreation projects across New Mexico. The U.S. Fish...
2014/03/26 08:26
2014/03/26 08:26
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HOUSTON, March 25 -- An independent oversight agency criticized the safety procedures of a nuclear waste plant in the U.S. state of New Mexico where a radiation leak contaminated 17 workers and a...
2014/03/24 02:56
2014/03/24 02:56
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WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE >> Eugene Schmitz of Mountainair, N.M., is a survivor. As a prisoner of war, he survived World War II's harrowing Bataan Death March in the spring of 1942. And he has...
2014/03/20 14:51
2014/03/20 14:51
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Created: 03/20/2014 8:06 AM By: The Associated Press LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) - An overflow crowd packed a Las Cruces public meeting organized by Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce on contentious rival...
2014/04/19 18:48
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