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SANTA FE >> Fitness icon, Jake Steinfeld, Chair of the National Foundation for Governors' Fitness Councils has declared war on childhood obesity.
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A former campaign manager for New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez accused of hijacking her campaign's email system and lying about it is seeking information tied to a state contract for the Downs at Albuquerque.
It has stood forlorn and mostly empty alongside the railroad tracks in Las Vegas for decades - a throwback to when train travel opened up Southwest tourism and visitors needed places to rejuvenate mind and body, and fill their stomachs.
Celebrating Mother Earth has been an American pastime since 1970, and this year eastern New Mexicans have several options to get in on the environmental action.
NATIONAL HEADLINES OVER COMMENTS MADE, AND OVERHEARD BY THE GOVERNOR... THOSE UPSET BY WHAT WAS SAID SAY, IT'S NOT TOO LATE FOR HER TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT.
Gubernatorial candidate Lawrence Rael made a pit stop in Alamogordo to address Otero County democrats, answer questions and seek their support Friday morning.
Cloud cover increased Friday over Las Cruces and southern New Mexico. The humidity rate and dewpoint temperature also climbed and that raised the potential - and hopes of many Las Crucens - that much needed rain could fall Saturday and Sunday.
"MAGICAL REALISM." AWARD WINNING LOCAL AUTHOR RUDOLFO ANAYA, IS GETTING A RECOGNITION OF A DIFFERENT KIND.
HOBBY LOBBY PRESIDENT PROMOTES BIBLICAL CURRICULUM: Public schools in Mustang, Okla., will offer a Bible course next fall developed by Steve Green, president of the Hobby Lobby craft chain.
When I was battling cancer in Austin, Texas, some years back, I met Sister Mary Rose McPhee, who passed on April 14. She ran the Seton Medical Center, but I knew of her before I ever met her, though we didn't get a chance to talk about it.
The Buckhorn Tavern in San Antonio, N.M., is just one of many burger joints in the state renowned for its green chile cheeseburger.
Re-engaging high school dropouts and helping them earn their diplomas is a plan some teachers love, but there's a snag with the contract of a program that aims to do that.
The April 17 Montgomery Advertiser has this editorial , criticizing the legislature for again failing to pass any ballot access reform.
According to the criminal complaint, police went to a home in the 700 block of Halter Drive SW Tuesday after someone reported a baby was in distress.
Received this e-mail today from the New Mexico chapter of the American Federation of Teachers regarding Gov. Susana Martinez over recordings of her bashing teachers: In one audio clip posted yesterday, Martinez told campaign staffers that she would hide her opinions on teachers during the campaign.
According to the American Podiatric Medical Association, diabetes costs New Mexico around $1.25 billion a year in medical bills, with the average diabetes-related amputation costing $43,619.