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In the midst of the Great Depression, Colorado Gov. Edwin Johnson turned New Mexico into a foreign country. more
LAS VEGAS, N.M. – Since coming to this small community from California five years ago, Neyli Castillo has received a bachelor's degree and a master's degree, and she has worked as an adjunct professor of economics -- all at New Mexico Highlands University.   Successful young immigrants who benefit from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program worry about the future as … more
“This was my first photo contest, the first one I’ve ever entered. I did it on a whim to be honest with you. When I posted it, I didn’t think I had a chance of winning,” said … more
Luciano "Lucky" Varela, a longtime state employee who went on to serve for 30 years in the New Mexico House of Representatives, died Saturday night at his home in Santa Fe, surrounded by family members. He was 82. more
Mora County, claiming its taxpayers are unfairly bearing treatment costs of addicts, has become the first local government in the state to join a lawsuit seeking to collect money from the companies … more
Some sad breaking news. I just learned that former state Rep. Luciano "Lucky" Varela died Saturday night. He was 82. more
Smoke from more than a dozen large wildfires burning in Montana and Idaho contributed to the haze settling over parts of Northern and Central New Mexico Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 2-3). David … more
By Uriel J. GarciaThe New MexicanLAS VEGAS, N.M. - On a recent afternoon in this small, mostly Hispanic town, San Miguel County Commissioner Rock Ulibarri gave a narrative of a 141-foot-long mural over nine panels, depicting the community's history, … more
After seeing the devastation caused by hurricane Harvey in Houston, Taos Hockey Director David Taylor sprung into action and mobilized his family and soon members of the community. Posted at the … more
A group of investors hopes to beat winter weather and complete construction on a proposed "tiny house" project, The Silver Strike, by Memorial Day weekend 2018 in Red River. more
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