Monday, December 12, 2011
New Mexico News
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Lowes Home Improvement will start interviewing for leadership positions on Monday for its new customer support center in Albuquerque. Monday, December 12, 2011.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Another blast of wet weather is headed for New Mexico, but warmer temperatures will result in more rain than snow, First Alert Chief Meteorologist Joe Diaz said. Monday, December 12, 2011.
New Mexicans lined up for the chance to audition for the upcoming Lone Ranger film, Silver Bullet on Sunday.
By Heath Haussamen • News • Is the city government in Santa Fe treating the Occupy movement better than the TEA Party? That’s the question asked by Santa Fe New Mexican reporter Steve Terrell in a weekend column.
The Utah National Guard armory in Blanding has been renamed to honor a guardsman from northern New Mexico who was killed last year in Afghanistan.
By the spring, kiosks could open up in Big Bend National Park allowing people from the tiny Mexican town of Boquillas del Carmen to scan their identity documents and talk to a customs officer in another location, at least 100 miles away.
More than 1,000 people joined in the annual pilgrimage from Tortugas to the top of A Mountain to give thanks to the Virgen de Guadalupe in one of southern New Mexico's oldest continuous traditions.
The Jewish Community Center hosted its Hanukkah Festival downtown on Sunday.
After nearly 40 years in public education, Patrick Godwin spends his retirement days running a horse farm east of Sacramento, Calif., with his daughter.
As the Environmental Improvement Board looks at rolling back environmental rules instituted under former Governor Bill Richardson, protesters from the Occupy Movement and environmental groups have made their voices heard opposing the changes.
It's time to hit the slopes in the Albuquerque area. Sandia Peak opened today, a week ahead of schedule.
The New Mexico Department of Health officials are warning pet and livestock owners in Carlsbad and surrounding areas of Eddy County to get animals vaccinated after three skunks tested positive for rabies.
At least one more Curry County jail employee has been fired and others disciplined in the wake of a Nov. 13 prisoner escape.