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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

NM News

  • State police officials apologized after a newspaper photographer was handcuffed on the highway. Watch the video and tell us if an apology was necessary
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- State police released dashcam video recently of an incident that left an Albuquerque Journal photographer and police officials apologizing.
  • The CYFD secretary reveals to Target 7 her plans to clean up the department.
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Problems continue to plague the states Children, Youth and Families Department, after employees faced a slew of charges stemming from separate incidents earlier this month. Tuesday, August 30, 2011.

  • Come and hear NM Country Music Award Nominee Richard Martin on Wednesday, August 31, 4-7pm in front of the Dixon Co-op for NATIVE CHILI WEEK.
Federal agents have raided a Deming gun store and arrested the owner, his wife and their two sons on a 30-count indictment accusing them of smuggling guns across the border with Mexico.
  • Spice up your life! Try the Seasons of Taos Seasonings, a trio of all-natural seasonings, at your upcoming fall festivities. The selection, free of additives and preservatives, makes tasty marinades for grilling and spicy dips for family fiestas. Remember, variety is the spice of life!
MUST READ on JournalWatch: Denise Tessier has an outstanding piece on the Journal's practice of either downplaying, or simply not printing, stories critical of the nuclear industry. And when it comes to promoting the industry, it's a whole other matter.
Earlier this summer, the Associated Press, of which the Albuquerque Journal is a member-subscriber, released a four–part series taking a highly critical look at the U.S. nuclear energy industry.

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