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St. Anselm's Yoshida proof that talent can be found in New Mexico - USCHO

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St. Anselm's Yoshida proof that talent can be found in New Mexico
USCHO
St. Anselm senior defenseman Robin Yoshida is the lone New Mexico native in all of Division I and Division III women's hockey, and has a story similar to how other players got their start, only hers starts in a place that can hardly be considered a ...

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Campus briefs for Nov. 20, 2014 - UNM Daily Lobo

New Mexico News from Google ... - 5 hours 31 min ago

Campus briefs for Nov. 20, 2014
UNM Daily Lobo
Last Friday the UNM Board of Regents voted to expand the board of Innovate ABQ from seven to 11 members, according to a UNM press release. The board also elected its leadership team. New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union President and CEO ...

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Lobos open weekend tournament with four losses - UNM Daily Lobo

New Mexico News from Google ... - 5 hours 47 min ago

UNM Daily Lobo

Lobos open weekend tournament with four losses
UNM Daily Lobo
New Mexico will take a break from playing ranked opponents in search of its first win of the 2014 campaign. After three consecutive games against top-25 teams, the Lobos (0-4) will face off against Boston University (2-2) on Friday night at 7 p.m. to ...

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New Mexico State pounds Florida A&M 78-33 - Santa Fe New Mexican.com

New Mexico News from Google ... - 10 hours 51 min ago

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New Mexico State pounds Florida A&M 78-33
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
LAS CRUCES — Braxton Huggins and DK Eldridge scored 13 points each as New Mexico State crushed Florida A&M 78-33 on Wednesday night. Florida A&M (0-6) led in the early going, but a 6-0 burst about five minutes in put the Aggies (3-3) in the driver's ...

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New Mexico State pounds Florida A&M 78-33 - The State

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New Mexico State pounds Florida A&M 78-33
The State
LAS CRUCES, N.M. — Braxton Huggins and DK Eldridge scored 13 points each as New Mexico State crushed Florida A&M 78-33 on Wednesday night. Florida A&M (0-6) led in the early going, but a 6-0 burst about five minutes in put the Aggies (3-3) in the ...

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Oil patch highways some of New Mexico's most deadly - KRQE News 13

New Mexico News from Google ... - 13 hours 40 sec ago

KRQE News 13

Oil patch highways some of New Mexico's most deadly
KRQE News 13
EDDY COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) – It's three o'clock on a recent Thursday afternoon and officer Robert Bailey is shooting fish in a barrel. With one water hauler pulled over for following too closely, he steps into the road to flag down another 18-wheeler ...

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2 injured in New Mexico oilfield explosion - KRQE News 13

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 17:36

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2 injured in New Mexico oilfield explosion
KRQE News 13
CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) – An explosion at an oilfield tank battery in southeastern New Mexico has injured two workers. The Carlsbad Current Argus reports the two workers were transported to an area hospital. The extent of their injuries was not immediately ...
Crews contain flames following oilfield explosion in New Mexico that injured 2 ...Greenfield Daily Reporter

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New Mexico ranks 46th in child homelessness - Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 17:34

Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico ranks 46th in child homelessness
Las Cruces Sun-News
The recent report "America's Youngest Outcasts," by the American Institutes for Research and the National Center on Family Homelessness, ranked New Mexico 46th in the country in 2013, based on the extent of childhood homelessness, child well-being ...

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New Mexico utility endangering public health with coal mine deal - Treehugger

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 15:08

Treehugger

New Mexico utility endangering public health with coal mine deal
Treehugger
The Sierra Club and a coalition of New Mexico community groups and faith leaders are urging PNM -- the largest electricity provider in the state -- not to buy the San Juan mine and sink ratepayer money into prolonging the life of one of the region's ...
PNM to add 40mw of solar next yearAlbuquerque Journal

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Phoenix woman dies in I-40 rollover in New Mexico - AZFamily

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 14:39

Albuquerque Journal

Phoenix woman dies in I-40 rollover in New Mexico
AZFamily
GALLUP, N.M. (AP) -- Authorities say an Arizona woman is dead after a rollover crash in New Mexico. New Mexico State Police responded to the accident on Interstate 40 east of Gallup shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday. Police say 21-year-old Susan Mendez of ...
NMSP beefing up patrols along I-40, elsewhere during holiday weekendKOB.com

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Ankle injury to sideline New Mexico's starting point guard three to five weeks - NBCSports.com

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 14:37

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Ankle injury to sideline New Mexico's starting point guard three to five weeks
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Starting point guard and leading scorer Cullen Neal suffered a right ankle injury early in the second half of New Mexico's loss to Boston College. And on Sunday the player who replaced him in the starting lineup, Arthur Edwards, suffered a dislocated ...
Seniors strive for one last football winUNM Daily Lobo
New Mexico's Cullen Neal to miss 3-5 weeks with severe ankle sprainCBSSports.com
New Mexico G Cullen Neal out 3-5 weeks with ankle sprainSI.com
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Arizona woman dies in I-40 rollover in New Mexico - Albuquerque Journal

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 14:14

Albuquerque Journal

Arizona woman dies in I-40 rollover in New Mexico
Albuquerque Journal
dps GALLUP — Authorities say an Arizona woman is dead after a rollover crash in New Mexico. New Mexico State Police responded to the accident on Interstate 40 east of Gallup shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday. Police say 21-year-old Susan Mendez of ...
NMSP beefing up patrols along I-40, elsewhere during holiday weekendKOB.com

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Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper – Albuquerque Luncheon Event

Errors of Enchantment Blog Postings - Wed, 2014-11-26 14:06
How Innovation Keeps Proving the Catastrophists Wrong

Albuquerque Luncheon Presentation Click here for event registration form!

Join the Rio Grande Foundation at this Albuquerque luncheon event on December 9th featuring Robert Bryce, author of the book Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper: How Innovation Keeps Proving the Catastrophists Wrong.

The book shows how innovation and the inexorable human desire to make things smaller, faster, lighter, denser and cheaper is providing consumers with cheaper and more abundant energy, faster computing, lighter vehicles, and a myriad of other goods.

Robert Bryce will be speaking on the myriad ways in which improved technology applied to traditional energy sources are making our world a better place at dual events in Albuquerque and Farmington, New Mexico, on Tuesday, December 9, 2014.

Bryce will be speaking at a luncheon in Albuquerque from noon to 1:00pm at the Marriott Pyramid which is located at I-25 and Paseo del Norte.

Albuquerque luncheon seats are available for $40 per person if purchased before December 1. Tickets purchased on December 1 or after are $50. Call 505-264-6090 to ask about sponsorship or availability of tables of eight.

Robert Bryce has been a professional journalist for nearly three decades. His articles have appeared in dozens of publications including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, National Review, Washington Post, American Conservative, and Counterpunch. His first book, Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron, received rave reviews and was named one of the best non-fiction books of 2002 by Publishers Weekly.

His second book, Cronies: Oil, the Bushes, and the Rise of Texas, America’s Superstate, was published in 2004. His third book, Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of “Energy Independence”, published in March 2008, was favorably reviewed by more than 20 media outlets. A review of Gusher by William Grimes of the New York Times said that Bryce “reveals himself in the end as something of a visionary and perhaps even a revolutionary.”

In 2010, Bryce published Power Hungry: The Myths of “Green” Energy, and the Real Fuels of the Future. In a review of Power Hungry in the Wall Street Journal, Trevor Butterworth called the book “unsentimental, unsparing, and impassioned; and if you’ll excuse the pun, it is precisely the kind of journalism we need to hold truth to power.”

Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper: How Innovation Keeps Proving the Catastrophists Wrong was published on May 13, 2014. The book is an optimistic one. It shows how innovation and the inexorable human desire to make things Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper is providing consumers with Cheaper and more abundant energy, Faster computing, Lighter vehicles, and myriad other goods. That same desire is fostering unprecedented prosperity, greater liberty, and yes, better environmental protection.

A review in the New York Times said that Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper is a “book well worth reading.” While the Wall Street Journal called it an “engrossing survey.”

Bryce, who has been writing about the energy business since 1989, spent 12 years writing for the Austin Chronicle. From 2006 to September 2010, he worked as the managing editor of the Houston-based online publication, Energy Tribune. In April 2010, he joined the Manhattan Institute as a senior fellow in the think tank’s Center for Energy Policy and the Environment.

Bryce has appeared on dozens of TV and radio shows that have aired on variety of outlets including the BBC, MSNBC, Fox Business, CNN, PBS, and NPR.

An apiarist, he lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, Lorin, and their three children, Mary, Michael, and Jacob.

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St. Anselm's Yoshida proof that talent can be found in New Mexico - USCHO

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 13:42

USCHO

St. Anselm's Yoshida proof that talent can be found in New Mexico
USCHO
St. Anselm senior defenseman Robin Yoshida is the lone New Mexico native in all of Division I and Division III women's hockey and has a story similar to how other players got their start, only hers starts in a place that can hardly be considered a ...

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Batman V. Superman Now Filming With Henry Cavill In New Mexico - Comicbook.com

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 13:41

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Batman V. Superman Now Filming With Henry Cavill In New Mexico
Comicbook.com
Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice is now filming in a desert in New Mexico. A “sprawling set” for the Man of Steel sequel has been placed in Deming, N.M., local news stations are reporting. Deming's Sky News 13 was able to fly over the set, revealing ...
'Batman V Superman' On Set In New Mexico, Is This Wonder Woman's Home?The Inquisitr
Stars spotted in southern NM desertKRQE News 13
'Batman Vs Superman:' New Mexico Set Completed; Is It Wonder Woman's ...Design & Trend
Superherohype.com -Batman-News -The Epoch Times
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New Mexico to get preferential treatment on waiver - Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 13:35

New Mexico to get preferential treatment on waiver
Las Cruces Sun-News
New Mexico is getting the treatment because it received an "on track" designation recognizing that it has begun implementing changes that include using student test scores to help evaluate teachers, the state Public Education Department said Tuesday.

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Brits and Australians try, and fail, to ID New Mexico and other states - Santa Fe New Mexican.com (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 13:26

Brits and Australians try, and fail, to ID New Mexico and other states
Santa Fe New Mexican.com (blog)
In fact, one staffer called New Mexico “Breaking Badlands,” while others simply titled the state “Meth.” Another opted for one of the show's oft repeated quotes, “Jesus Christ Marie, they're minerals.” Other staffers guessed less accurately, often ...

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New Mexico to get preferential treatment on waiver - Education Week News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 11:05

New Mexico to get preferential treatment on waiver
Education Week News
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Education says it'll give New Mexico preferential treatment when the state applies for an extended waiver from federal No Child Left Behind requirements. Officials say New Mexico will be allowed to apply ...

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NM nurse found passed out in hospital bathroom - KOAT Albuquerque

New Mexico News from Google ... - Wed, 2014-11-26 10:18

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NM nurse found passed out in hospital bathroom
KOAT Albuquerque
SENTENCED IN JANUARY. ONLY ON 7, A SANTA FE NURSE IS IN BIG TROUBLE TONIGHT AFTER BEING FOUND PASSED OUT IN A HOSPITAL -- WITH A NEEDLE IN HIS ARM. AND TO MAKE MATTERS WORSE, ONE OF HIS PATIENTS MAY BE IN ...
Santa Fe nurse found with needle in arm in hospital: policeNew York Daily News

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