Palo Duro Canyon visitors fed up with long lines
Some visitors had so much time to spare at gate entrance to the Palo Duro Canyon State Park they actually stepped out of their vehicles.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
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BRIEF: Clovis MainStreet director stepping down [Clovis News Journal, N.M. :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) March 08--Longtime Clovis MainStreet Executive Director Robyne Beaubien will be leaving her position this spring, according to a press release from the organization.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
More federal aid on tap for water project
The Bureau of Reclamation said it will provide $1.7 million for the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System Project.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
New exhibition at Penn Museum challenges preconceptions about Native Americans
Native American Voices: The People-Here and Now, a new exhibition opening at the Penn Museum March 1, 2014, challenges visitors to leave preconceptions about Native Americans behind-and discover a living tapestry of nations with distinct stories, identities, and contemporary leaders.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
A Little Ice Tonight?
A cold front plowing through eastern NM will make for an interesting evening east of our central mountains.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
Six New Mexico legislators retiring
SANTA FE >> Democratic Rep. Ernest Chavez of Albuquerque is the sixth legislator to announce plans to retire from the 70-member House.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Ange Green - gone yet never to be forgotten
Ange Lou Green lived to be 81 years young. "Mother Green" passed away on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis, NM w here she resided.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
The Family Badge
Family Pleads For Help Finding Missing Loved One
She meet Stephen W. Todd here in Clovis NM and began talking to him on the internet and through text.
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Apps growing aid to farmers [Clovis News Journal, N.M. :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Feb. email@example.com Even on the farm, there's an app for that.
Ancient Baby DNA Suggests Tie to Native Americans
The DNA of a baby boy who was buried in Montana 12,600 years ago has been recovered, and it provides new indications of the ancient roots of today's American Indians and other native peoples of the Americas.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Quay County Sun
Counties fight to keep federal indigent fund share
The Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital in Tucumcari is one of many New Mexico rural hospitals that could face severe funding shortages if their counties lose money for providing care to the poor.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
Ancient toddler's skeleton reveals clues to Native American ancestry
Lithic and osseous tools recovered from the only known Clovis burial site, discovered in Montana in 1968 and found in association with the Clovis-child, whose genome reveals close genetic affiliation with all contemporary Native Americans.
Carmon and Leona Mae Phillips
The Old Mill, seen here in the early 20th century was often photographed by Carmon Phillips who then became active in protecting the Ruidoso landmark.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Ancient baby DNA suggests tie to Native Americans
This undated photo provided by researcher Sarah L. Anzick shows the end of a beveled rod of bone and an incompleted projectile point from a Clovis-era burial site found in 1968 in western Montana.
Scientists sequence DNA of ancient American
For the first time scientists have sequenced the DNA of an ancient North American, a young boy who lived about 12,600 years ago.
A history of the first Americans in 9A1 2 sites
Today we report on the genome sequence of a boy from 12,600 years ago whose family were ancestral to all Native American groups, from both North and South America.
KOB-TV New Mexico
Eastern NM water project gets $4M in state funding
A project that aims to bring drinking water to communities in eastern New Mexico will be getting a $4 million boost from the state.