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Fresno State men's basketball: More at stake than revenge vs. New Mexico - Fresno Bee

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Fresno State men's basketball: More at stake than revenge vs. New Mexico
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Coach Rodney Terry and his Fresno State Bulldogs have yet to beat New Mexico since joining the Mountain West Conference. Fresno State hosts the Lobos today at Save Mart Center. LENNY IGNELZI — ASSOCIATED PRESS ...
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Lobo Game Postponed Until Saturday MorningNew Mexico Official Athletic Site
UVU travels to New Mexico for Lobo InviteUtah Valley University Official Athletic Site
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Northern New Mexico men, women face Saints in tourney finals - Santa Fe New Mexican.com

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Northern New Mexico men, women face Saints in tourney finals
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
The men's and women's finals of the AII Tournament will feature just those teams Saturday in Eagle Memorial Gymnasium on the Northern New Mexico University campus. The Northern New Mexico men beat Fisher College of Lynn, Mass., by an 84-78 count ...

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Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino deal - Centre Daily Times

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 18:45

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Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino deal
Centre Daily Times
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.New Mexico lawmakers are facing a hard deadline as agreements that allow a handful of American Indian tribes to operate casinos approach their expiration date. Gov. Susana Martinez's office has spent the past three years working ...
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Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino deal - Macon Telegraph (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 18:38

Macon Telegraph (blog)

Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino deal
Macon Telegraph (blog)
In this Nov. 19, 2008 photo, a crowd of patrons wait to enter the then-new Fire Rock Navajo Casino in Church Rock, N.M. New Mexico lawmakers are facing a hard deadline as agreements that allow a handful of American Indian tribes to operate casinos ...

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Uncut: Donald Trump on ISIS, Netanyahu, 2016 and more

New Mexico News from FoxNews.com ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 18:18
When will Donald Trump decide if he's running for president or not? Trump went 'On the Record' moments after his CPAC speech.
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Alan Colmes and Gov. Gary Johnson

New Mexico News from FoxNews.com ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 18:06
Alan Colmes talks to former Gov. Gary Johnson about his marijuana debate at CPAC 2015
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Angst over new standardized test roiling New Mexico - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 16:13

Angst over new standardized test roiling New Mexico
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
SANTA FE, N.M. — Several dozen students protested at the State Capitol on Friday and more plan to walk out of their schools next week as frustration brews over new standardized tests in New Mexico. Students from Santa Fe schools rallied outside before ...

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However, some lawmakers say New Mexico is veering off course. Senate Finance Chairman John Arthur Smith, D-Deming, suggests the state has deviated from its initial plan nearly two decades ago of trying to strike a balance between revitalizing the horse ...
Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino dealWashington Times

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Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino deal - Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 15:12

Things to know as New Mexico weighs new tribal casino deal
Las Cruces Sun-News
ALBUQUERQUE >> New Mexico lawmakers are facing a hard deadline as agreements that allow a handful of American Indian tribes to operate casinos approach their expiration date. Gov. Susana Martinez's office has spent the past three years working with ...

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La Frontera CEO confirms group might leave New Mexico - Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 15:06

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La Frontera CEO confirms group might leave New Mexico
Las Cruces Sun-News
LAS CRUCES >> The Arizona-based CEO for La Frontera confirmed Friday the organization has submitted a 90-day notice to halt Medicaid-funded behavioral health services in Las Cruces and throughout southern New Mexico. But the notice isn't a ...
CEO: Nonprofit hopes to continue New Mexico operationsThe Idaho Statesman
Second Arzizona mental health provider will leave New MexicoSanta Fe New Mexican.com

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This Week on the Rio Grande Foundation Bi-Weekly “New Mexico Freedom Hour” Radio Show on 770 KKOB AM Radio!

Errors of Enchantment Blog Postings - Fri, 2015-02-27 14:09

 

This Week on the Rio Grande Foundation
Bi-Weekly “New Mexico Freedom Hour”
Radio Show on 770 KKOB AM Radio! This Saturday From Noon to 1:00PM!

The “New Mexico Freedom Hour” is presented by the Rio Grande Foundation. It next airs on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from noon to 1:00pm on 770 KKOB AM.

On this week’s show, Gessing will be interviewing Dennis Roch on the recent activities of the New Mexico House of Representatives. Roch is from Logan, NM and represents several counties in Eastern New Mexico.

Roch is the lead sponsor of HB 75, the Right to Work bill which passed the House 37-30.

Roch, an educator, has also proposed important reforms to teacher licensure as well as worker’s compensation and licensure of dental therapists during the 2015 legislative session.


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Dennis Roch

Listeners are encouraged not only to tune in and listen, but to call in with questions: 505-243-3333. The show is also available streamed online at www.770kkob.com.

Thanks for your interest and support.

 

 

 

Rick Perry blasts President Obama's foreign policy at CPAC

New Mexico News from FoxNews.com ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 13:46
Former Texas governor addresses the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference
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'Jihadi John' shines light on shifting roots of terror

New Mexico News from FoxNews.com ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 13:42
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Army Van Hipp offers insight
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Crews keep cameras rolling in New Mexico post 'Breaking Bad' - Deseret News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 13:09

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Crews keep cameras rolling in New Mexico post 'Breaking Bad'
Deseret News
In this Feb. 19, 2015 photo, Gabe Sachs, right, executive producer of NBC's "The Night Shift," watches over filming of an episode at Albuquerque Studios in Albuquerque, N.M. Almost two years after the last "Breaking Bad" episode aired, film and ...

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See which engineering firms are New Mexico's largest - Albuquerque Business First

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 12:52

See which engineering firms are New Mexico's largest
Albuquerque Business First
Topping the list is CH2M Hill, which reported gross billings of $36.1 million. The firm has 27 engineers and employs 194 in New Mexico. Click on the accompanying slideshow to see the other top 5 largest engineering firms in the state. The full list of ...

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New study makes case for state control of federal lands

Errors of Enchantment Blog Postings - Fri, 2015-02-27 12:51

The Property and Environment Research Center is a national and even international leader on applying free market principles to pressing environmental issues. With the growing controversy over federal land management issues throughout the American West, PERC took a closer look at the different ways in which federal and state lands are managed. Their new paper is called “Divided Lands.”

* The federal government loses money managing valuable natural resources on federal lands, while states generate significant financial returns from state trust lands.

* The states examined in this study earn an average of $14.51 for every dollar spent on state trust land management. The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management generate only 73 cents in return for every dollar spent on federal land management.

* On average, states generate more revenue per dollar spent than the federal government on a variety of land management activities, including timber, grazing, minerals, and recreation management.

* These outcomes are the result of the different statutory, regulatory, and administrative frameworks that govern state and federal lands. States have a fiduciary responsibility to generate revenues from state trust lands, while federal land agencies face overlapping and conflicting regulations and often lack a clear mandate.

* If federal lands were transferred, states could likely earn much greater revenues than the federal government. However, transfer proponents must consider how land management would have to change in order to generate those revenues under state control.

Legislation has been introduced in the New Mexico Legislature to study federal lands management in New Mexico. The Rio Grande Foundation also has a paper available which details just how much better New Mexico could manage its federal lands than Washington from a financial perspective.

Angst over new standardized test roiling New Mexico - Colorado Springs Gazette

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 12:37

Angst over new standardized test roiling New Mexico
Colorado Springs Gazette
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Several dozen students protested at the State Capitol on Friday and more plan to walk out of their schools next week as frustration brews over new standardized tests in New Mexico. Students from Santa Fe schools rallied outside ...

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Billy the Kid's historic hideout in New Mexico is for sale - New York Daily News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 12:14

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Billy the Kid's historic hideout in New Mexico is for sale
New York Daily News
The spacious New Mexico home in Lincoln where the legendary 19th century outlaw used to escape from authorities has hit the market for $545,000. Billy the Kid, also known as William Bonney, was a famous outlaw during the AP Billy the Kid, also known as ...

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New Mexico in for a snowy, rainy weekend - KOAT Albuquerque

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2015-02-27 11:48

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New Mexico in for a snowy, rainy weekend
KOAT Albuquerque
By Friday evening, more snowy weather will hit Central New Mexico, including Albuquerque and Santa Fe. One to 3 inches of snow could fall during the night. The brunt of the storm will drop tons of snow on Chama, Los Alamos and Taos. By Saturday ...
Latest winter storm's snow, ice cover highways in New MexicoKOB.com
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Ice, snow cover some New Mexico roads after stormsNewsWest9.com

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Should NM’s congressional delegation have a say on “right to work? (UPDATED)

Errors of Enchantment Blog Postings - Fri, 2015-02-27 11:12

As the “right to work” legislation continues to stir up debate and discussion, there has been input from members of Congress of both parties. The four liberal Democrats weighed in against it in a published opinion piece and Udall went so far as to decry “right to work” in an ill-advised and inappropriate speech to the entire Legislature.

Democrats were not the only ones weighing in, however. According to former Republican state senator and blogger Rod Adair, Republican Steve Pearce may or may not have had direct input in the recent vote on “right to work,” but to his credit (unlike his Democrat colleagues), he has not published op-eds on the issue.

Whatever one’s feelings are on “right to work,” I would like to see New Mexico’s Congressional delegation (or Congressmen and women in general) to stay out of the issue as best as possible and not weigh in strongly and publicly on what amounts to an exclusively state level issue over which they have no say. We elect the Governor and legislators to make decisions on issues like “right to work.” Congress is supposed to represent New Mexico’s interests (or the interests of their respective districts) in Washington, DC, not attempt to persuade New Mexicans of their views on state issues, no matter how strong those feelings may be.

Congress has enough to deal with in Washington (like reining in an imperial presidency and overreaching, unelected bureaucrats).

*UPDATE: A representative with Congressman Pearce’s office contacted us to clarify that Rep. Pearce did not weigh in with Republicans in the New Mexico House to influence floor votes on the “right to work” bill and this was confirmed by two Republican House members. Kudos to Pearce for his understanding the separation of federal and state powers.

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