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Monday, March 12, 2012

New Mexico news

The New Mexico Lobos are the 2012 Mountain West Tournament champions. Click "Like" to celebrate the final score and join the celebration on our live blog:
And don't forget about the Aggies! We will have all the NCAA Bracket Selection Coverage tonight on Action 7 News at 5 and 10.
LAS VEGAS, N.V. -- The New Mexico State Aggies wins the Western Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament after knocking off Louisiana Tech 82 to 57. Sunday, March 11, 2012.
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A New Mexico State Police officer was arrested for DWI on Saturday night.
Forum Discussions - Duke City FixI suffered through three hours of his reptilian twaddle to make the list you will find here:
Published: 10 March 2012, 4:24 pm
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www.nmpolitics.netBy Heath Haussamen • Analysis • Eric Griego established himself as the frontrunner in the Democratic 1st Congressional District primary at this weekend’s preprimary nominating convention. shared a link.
By Heath Haussamen • News • Rep. David Chavez is the tenth state House member to announce he won’t seek re-election this year.
Local music guru Alex de Vore brings you a band whose sound he describes as, "psychedelic blues-infused folk 'n' roll." Hear them tonight as part of SxSF at Sol Santa Fe Stage & Grill.
www.sfreporter.comIf a band as infectiously catchy and musically challenging as Long Beach, Calif.âs Crystal Antlers exists, we havenât heard it. Although we can technically describe the band as a noise-rock quintet, the interspersed moments of emotional balladry, brilliantly frantic punk rock elements
National Museum of the American Indian shared a link.
www.denverpost.comALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—A 15-year-old girl was initially kicked out of a Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school then forced to stand before a school assembly to announce that she was pregnant, bringing public embarrassment to the eighth-grader
A group of eighth grade girls at Devargas Middle School organize a food drive and collect enough to feed 1,000 homeless. Staff writer Wren Abbot reports.
When a group of eighth grade girls at DeVargas Middle School realized they collected 752 food items during a two-week drive, "They were beyond ecstatic excited," says Planned Parenthood Community Health Educator Samia van Hattum.
Built to showcase talking pictures, New Mexico’s historic theaters were once focal points of small communities. Today, these theaters are architectural jewels, and some are even destinations to view a weekend flick. Here are a few of our favorites.
Five historic performing arts and movie venues in the Land of Enchantment.
Today's guests are resisters of the U.S. nuclear weapons industry. Tune in to find out how LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratories) is involved.
Sunday, March 11 at 1:00pm
Eyewitness News has learned some of Bill Richardson’s fees were paid by an Iranian dissident group listed on the U.S. State Department’s list of known terrorist groups.

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