Farmington Daily Times
Give Regulation and Licensing Secretary his walking papers
It's not surprising. From the beginning, he was one of the governor's most dubious appointees a businessman and campaign contributor who ponied up $16,000. The governor promised that business people would have "a friend and an ally" in Dennis, a self-made man who founded and grew DKD Electric Co.
Schools, universities, hospitals to benefit from state land office
In the month of April, the New Mexico State Land Office earned $45.4 million in revenue for the beneficiaries of the state land trust.
Business support program hits the road
State representatives will be visiting Roswell, Artesia, Farmington, Raton, Silver City and Las Cruces in May and June to promote a program supporting small businesses.
Public education top priority for county
Lincoln County officials are stepping up the effort to inform residents and visitors about the very real wildfire potential around the northern Sacramento Mountains.
Kermit Mayor Quits After New City Manager is Hired 4/25/13
Jennifer Samp CBS 7 News firstname.lastname@example.org April 25, 2013 The news hit the City of Kermit hard.
Clovis area might be in running for racino
An unidentified entity interested in a site near Clovis might apply for the state's sixth and sole remaining racino gambling license.
Raton track appeals NM Court of Appeals ruling
The New Mexico Supreme Court is being asked to overturn a Court of Appeals decision and reinstate racing and gambling licenses for a planned racetrack casino in Raton.
New Mexico Earthquakes Linked to Wastewater Injection
An ongoing earthquake swarm in New Mexico and Colorado, which includes Colorado's largest earthquake since 1967, is due to underground wastewater injection, researchers said Friday at the Seismological Society of America's annual meeting in Salt Lake City.