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Thursday, October 27, 2011

NM News

A Visit to the UNM Lobo Gardens - Growing Food, Students and Community: Join us for this exciting opportunity to see what's growing on the UNM Campus...

Rio Grande Community Farm Dinner in the Field September 25, 2011 - 5:00 - 8:00pm
The Obama administration is taking important steps to reduce the cost of a college education by speeding up a program to cap loan payments and reducing interest rates for students who consolidate federal loans. Follow the link below to find out more information about who is eligible.
Congressman Luján applauded the Obama administration’s announcement that it is taking steps to make college more affordable by reducing the burden of student loans.
Former Public Regulation Commissioner Jerome Block Jr. vows to complete a court-ordered drug treatment program and says he wants to "get my life back on track."
Albuquerque's '(Un)occupy' protesters are working to figure out where they will hold their camp, now that they have been kicked out of Yale Park by the University of New Mexico administration. > Raw video: Clash between '(Un)occupy Albuquerque' and police
The audit did not find any misuse of funds or embezzlement, but it did find some other serious problems within the department.
Some Albuquerque protesters are fired up about what has happened in other cities in the past 24 hours.

New Mexico Green Chamber of Commerce shared a link.‎(October 24, 2011 Albuquerque, NM) USDA Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner today announced that his office is seeking applications to increase the production and use of renewable energy sources as part of the Bioenergy Program for Advanced Biofuels.
University of New Mexico student-athletes are earning degrees at a record pace.
The FBI says they found items while searching Elephant Butte, but they aren't linked to David Parker Ray
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- The FBI said theres no indication that some items found during searches of Elephant Butte Lake belonged to suspected serial killer David Parker Ray. Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

Winter weather is storming into New Mexico. Click "Like" if you're excited for the change and check out our hour-by-hour forecast slideshow.
Sweeping weather changes are in store for New Mexico as a few cold fronts look to enter the state on Wednesday.

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