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Trail Dust: 'The farmer saint' long popular in New Mexico - Santa Fe New Mexican.com

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 18:16

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Trail Dust: 'The farmer saint' long popular in New Mexico
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
Trail Dust: 'The farmer saint' long popular in New Mexico By Marc Simmons SantaFeNewMexican.com | 0 comments. Traveling about New Mexico, I have visited several craft fairs and markets featuring Hispanic folk art. One of the favorite items of ...

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'Fury' roars into theaters

New Mexico News from FoxNews.com ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 17:05
Brad Pitt's World War II epic leads this week's new releases
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Meet New Mexico's largest manufacturers - Albuquerque Business First

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 14:51

Albuquerque Business First

Meet New Mexico's largest manufacturers
Albuquerque Business First
We may not have landed Tesla's Gigafactory earlier this year. But that doesn't mean New Mexico's manufacturing industry isn't thriving. Meet the state's largest manufacturers. At the top of the list, of course, is Intel Corp., employing 2,900 New Mexicans.

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Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region - Education Week News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 14:32

Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region
Education Week News
LOVINGTON, N.M. (AP) — School districts in the heart of New Mexico's booming oil region are reporting record student enrollment. Lovington Municipal School District said it had an enrollment of nearly 3,800 students on its 40th day — a result of the ...

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Report names New Mexico's 10 most dangerous cities - Albuquerque Business First

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 13:04

Albuquerque Business First

Report names New Mexico's 10 most dangerous cities
Albuquerque Business First
Business owners looking to expand in New Mexico look at a huge variety of factors, ranging from property rates to population growth to the number of people with advanced degrees. But businesses also look at another factor when deciding where to do ...

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Trail Dust: 'The farmer saint' long popular in New Mexico - Santa Fe New Mexican.com

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 11:28

Santa Fe New Mexican.com

Trail Dust: 'The farmer saint' long popular in New Mexico
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
Trail Dust: 'The farmer saint' long popular in New Mexico. Horacio Valdez's 1992 San Isidro Labrador, is part of the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History Collection. Courtesy photo. Posted: Friday, October 17, 2014 5:13 pm | Updated: 6:03 pm, Fri Oct 17 ...

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Albuquerque BRT system could worsen mobility in Central corridor

Errors of Enchantment Blog Postings - Fri, 2014-10-17 11:23

I attended one of the ongoing public hearings on Albuquerques’s proposed bus rapid transit (BRT) system last night. And, while BRT would be an improvement over Mayor Marty’s ill-fated trolley/streetcar, the BRT plan is not ready for prime time.

For starters, the plan (information on which is available here) would reduce Central traffic by one lane each way in order to dedicate one lane of traffic in each direction to buses. In places, that means only one lane of traffic in each direction on Central. Simply put, that is not enough.

The other major issue is that motorists turning left onto Central will see their ability to do so severely limited except for at major intersections. In other words, you can turn left to Central at Carlisle, but not Cornell or on several other smaller roads. Additionally, left turns from Central on to these smaller streets or to simply get to a business on the opposite side of Central will be reduced significantly. Instead, motorists will be required to make a U-turn at a major intersection and then head back down Central to the business or side-street.

A Channel 13 KRQE story covers some of the concerns area business owners and residents have with the plan.

RGF has no problem with BRT as a concept (the current Rapid Ride system is a less costly variant of BRT), but it appears that the City is planning to spend $150 million for a system that will REDUCE mobility throughout the Central corridor. Seems like an unwise use of limited funds.

If you are concerned, please send a note to the Transit Department here. Mayor Berry is at least taking a slower, more collaborative approach to BRT. We can still modify or even convince the City to abandon BRT if it is not workable.

New Mexico US Attorney Damon Martinez to be sworn in - Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 09:30

New Mexico US Attorney Damon Martinez to be sworn in
Las Cruces Sun-News
ALBUQUERQUE >> Damon Martinez to set to be sworn-in as New Mexico's next U.S. Attorney. Martinez, who has served as acting U.S. Attorney, is scheduled Friday to oath of office in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque. The University of New Mexico graduate ...

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Lawsuit: New Mexico inmate attacked while officers slept - Las Cruces Sun-News

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 09:30

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Lawsuit: New Mexico inmate attacked while officers slept
Las Cruces Sun-News
SANTA FE >> A New Mexico inmate says he was attacked by 10 other prisoners while two on-duty state Corrections Department officers slept. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports (http://goo.gl/EsKEBD) that 34-year-old Beau Musacco filed a lawsuit this week ...
Lawsuit: New Mexico inmate attacked while corrections officers sleptThe Republic
Lawsuit: NM inmate attacked while officers sleptKOB.com

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Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region - Santa Fe New Mexican.com

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:52

Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
LOVINGTON, NM — School districts in the heart of New Mexico's booming oil region are reporting record student enrollment. Lovington Municipal School District said it had an enrollment of nearly 3,800 students on its 40th day — a result of the highest ...

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Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region - Albuquerque Journal

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:40

Albuquerque Journal

Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region
Albuquerque Journal
skuloil LOVINGTON — School districts in the heart of New Mexico's booming oil region are reporting record student enrollment. Lovington Municipal School District said it had an enrollment of nearly 3,800 students on its 40th day — a result of the ...

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Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region - Albuquerque Journal

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:40

Albuquerque Journal

Student enrollment jumps in New Mexico oil region
Albuquerque Journal
LOVINGTON, N.M. — School districts in the heart of New Mexico's booming oil region are reporting record student enrollment. Lovington Municipal School District said it had an enrollment of nearly 3,800 students on its 40th day — a result of the ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy - Albuquerque Business First (blog)

New Mexico News from Google ... - Fri, 2014-10-17 08:13

New Mexico-born High Heels for High Hopes marries fashion with philanthropy
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
... Ambriz is using her fashion and nonprofit know-how as chair of the High Heels for High Hopes event benefiting the March of Dimes next month in Albuquerque. The event is in its eighth year and is one that is replicated in other cities. It began in ...

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