Wednesday Nov 27
Alamogordo Daily News
Man gets 8 years for robbery
A 32-year-old Alamogordo man was sentenced to just over eight years in federal prison for his part in robbing the First New Mexico Bank in Hatch.
KRQE News 13
Westbound I-40 closed to to train crash
State Police are diverting traffic Tuesday night on westbound I-40 to S.R. 118 at mile post 8 in McKinley County due to a train crash.
Farmington Daily Times
CCSD hosts special enrollment meeting Tuesday in Naschitti
The focus of the meeting is hear comments from parents and students about why they attend Naschitti Elementary School, Newcomb Elementary, Newcomb Middle School or Newcomb High School, according to a CCSD press release.
Navajos reach agreement to keep detox center open
The Navajo Nation, McKinley County and Gallup officials have signed an agreement to keep a detox and alcohol treatment facility open.
The Navajo Times
Gridlocked: District fails to resolve busing issue
Having the New Mexico Public Education Department settle the bus brouhaha between the districts was the last resort for tribal and state leaders, or as New Mexico State Rep. Sandra Jeff put it, the lack of an agreement could "open a can of worms" unfavorable to both school districts at the legislature.