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Monday, April 2, 2012

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By Heath Haussamen • News • The Democratic candidates for New Mexico’s 1st District seat in the U.S. House will participate in their first joint forum on April 28.
Ultrarunner Micah True’s Body Found in New Mexico’s Gila National Forest

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Are you wondering where the wonderful warm New Mexico weather went? First Alert meteorologist Eric Green says that snow and rain are on the way for parts of the state.
There’s so much going on over the next couple days, it’s almost hard to keep track! 
New Mexico Gay Rodeo Association updated their cover photo.
New Mexico Gay Rodeo Association added 9 photos from March 31, 2012 to the album 2012 Ranching Sorting Series. — at Bosque Farms Rodeo Arena.
IGRA Archives Committee Announces Major Milestone
Published March 28, 2012 | By Don Harris
In July 2011, along with Brian Rogers and Patrick Terry, Frank Harrell started the Gay Rodeo History website. This website now includes ALL 380 of the rodeo programs and 15 rodeo oriented magazines that reside in the IGRA Archives and some that were loaned for scanning. That makes approximately 13,000 scanned pages, and 8 months of work by Archivist Frank Harrell. The committee congratulates and thanks Frank for this prodigious achievement.

In addition to rodeo programs and magazines the site features scans of old rodeo rule books, rodeo pins, buckles passes and other interesting artifacts. New to the site is the In Memoriam page where individuals who have made an impact of gay rodeo and/or their community can me memorialized.

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By Heath Haussamen • News • A movement to protect the Organ Mountains and other areas in Doña Ana County by designating the land as a national monument is growing.
Feeling creative? Zip on over to the Southwest Gourd Painting workshop today from 10am-3pm at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque. shared a link.
By Bill Jordan • Commentary • New Mexico has more to gain from the Affordable Care Act than almost any state in the country. For the benefit of our children and families, let’s build on this success.

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