Tuesday, January 3, 2012
New Mexico News
RIO RANCHO, N.M. -- Some Rio Rancho residents said they are worried about their health after discovering greasy orange granules in their water supply. Tuesday, January 3, 2012.
More than 40 pigs were cooked at last year's Matanza in Belen. This year that number will be zero.
A New Mexico Army National Guard soldier based in Afghanistan has died of an apparent heart attack.
PNM says that about 300 customers in Bernalillo are without power right now and probably will be without it until about 10 p.m. Monday.
By Stephan Helgesen • Commentary • Judging by the great strides made in technology over the last 100 years, we can expect massive change during the next century. Here are my predictions for what things will look like in 2112.
The new year is here, so it's time to recycle that Christmas tree.
The New Mexico state legislature will convene for its 30 day session on January 17 - and for a change lawmakers don't have their hatchets sharpened up for another round of budget cutting.
A New Mexico lawmaker wants to eliminate the state's statute of limitations for second-degree murder and extend time limits for prosecuting other felonies.
Think all shovels are created equal? Think again. The woman of Green Heron Tools have created a shovel that's strong enough for a man but made for a woman.
Class Registration$80.00 if you register by December 31,Registration fee goes up to $100.00 beginning January 1Payment will be collected at University
By Nick Voges • Commentary • We can all agree that “dust ordinance” is a silly name; that aside, don’t believe the hype. This ordinance isn’t “overly restrictive” or “punitive.” Protecting Las Crucens’ health and property is exactly the type of thing the city council should be working on.
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