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3 hrs ago | Silver City Sun-News
LAS CRUCES >> La Frontera, an Arizona firm brought in last year to care for the mentally ill and those struggling with addiction across southern New Mexico, laid off or fired 20 employees last week, including 11 in Las Cruces.
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7 hrs ago | Saipan Tribune
April 24, 2006 Limit monthly spending to $14.62M The Fitial administration targets to limit government spending to $14.62 million a month in the hope of avoiding more deficits.
11 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
CARLSBAD >> The deaths of a Loving woman and her 3-year-old granddaughter Monday at the intersection of State Road 200 and County Road 206 bring the total number of fatal traffic accidents deaths to seven, making Eddy County New Mexico's third most dangerous county to travel.
12 hrs ago | Alamogordo Daily News
The program is designed to help stop the "summer slide," where students lose reading proficiency during summer vacation.
The first phase of the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority's $550 million Ute Pipeline Project is on track to be completed in September while construction on the second phase, is projected to begin in the next 18 months, according to Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority officials.
Local artists hope to transform downtown Farmington into one of New Mexico's Arts and Cultural Districts over the next few years.
Three U.S. senators are seeking support for capital improvements to Amtrak's long-distance routes, including one that passes through New Mexico and Colorado.
The public is invited to attend an excavation in the New Mexican desert this weekend to see whether the tale of Atari's alleged burial of millions of unsold "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" cartridges three decades ago is fact or fiction.
Despite the ferocious reputation of the IRS , if you can't pay your income taxes, it is possible to get quite a bit of slack.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. >> Agricultural organizations and agencies in New Mexico are looking to expand upon an exciting new trend: more young people are taking up farming, ranching, and other careers in agricultural production in the Land of Enchantment.
In case you were too busy with the recent Easter holiday or Spring Break activities, MSNBC hosted a lively discussion concerning Governor Susana Martinez following Mother Jones ' in-depth article by Andy Kroll.
Al Porter, left, Farm Credit of New Mexico and CoBank, present the 2013 Cattleman of the Year Award to Stirling Spencer in November, along with Stan Fettig and Aubrey Dunn, both of the Farm Credit.
The New Mexico Supreme Court on Monday issued an opinion on two child porn cases against men charged with several counts of possession.
"MAGICAL REALISM." AWARD WINNING LOCAL AUTHOR RUDOLFO ANAYA, IS GETTING A RECOGNITION OF A DIFFERENT KIND.
SANTA FE >> Fitness icon, Jake Steinfeld, Chair of the National Foundation for Governors' Fitness Councils has declared war on childhood obesity.
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.