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Johnny Ray Manuel Archuleta graduates boot camp

Private Johnny Ray Manuel Archuleta graduated boot camp Nov. 22. He received the "Army Achievement Medal" for exceptionally mertitorious achievement in discipline, initiative, espirit de corps and … more

Without a trace

Ann Riffin's parents suspected she might have run off to join a cult. Maybe a convent, they thought, or a commune. Why else would their daughter, 33 years old and a native … more

State police chief: Make misconduct cases more accessible

State Police Chief Pete Kassetas says he wants the state Law Enforcement Board to make it easier for the public to access the agency's investigations of alleged … more

Angel Fire Resort opens winter season, upgrades snowmaking

Snow is scant in the Taos Valley but recent little storms dumped more than a foot of snow at Angel Fire Resort, which opened its winter season Dec. 8. According to the resort, the mountain operations … more

UC, Texas A&M might bid jointly on LANL

By Bruce KrasnowThe New MexicanWhen the University of California submits its bid to continue managing of Los Alamos National Laboratory, the public institution from the biggest, bluest state in the … more

Taos Plaza Parking says 'Goodbye'

It is with both sadness and optimism that we close perhaps the best chapter (although not the last) of my dad, Robert Saunders' vibrant and colorful life - the 25 years he lived in … more

You’ve got mail. Not.

Nearly 250 people will lose their @kitcarson.net email address at the end of December. more

Celebrating winter solstice in Chaco and Aztec national parks

Aztec Ruins National Monument and Chaco Culture National Historical Park are hosting programs in honor of the winter solstice Dec. 20-21. Visitors will be treated to sunrise and sunset alignments at … more

A month without water in Questa

Danny Garcia wasn't bothered by the freezing cold. It didn't bother him that it was late at night and early in the morning when he had to schlep outside of his home, meet up with a couple other … more

Lobbyist: Ex-legislator offered sex for vote

By Steve TerrellThe New MexicanA longtime New Mexico lobbyist said Friday that on the eve of a high-profile vote on a controversial bill eight years ago, a state legislator from Northern New Mexico … more
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