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2 hrs ago | KRQE Albuquerque
The university released the numbers Tuesday. They show nearly 26,700 students enrolled throughout the NMSU system as of Sept.
6 hrs ago | Business Journal
The Building Creative Communities Conference will be held Nov. 12 through Nov. 14 at the La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe. A new conference will bring together representatives from diverse fields to see how New Mexico can respond to economic changes.
8 hrs ago | Santa Fe Reporter
"I f you're a solo artist like myself, you've got to be a good drummer, a good drum programmer; you've got to be a good bassist and a good bass programmera you've got to be a well-rounded composer when it comes to all of the instruments you use if you want them to speak together." This is how local DJ, artist and businessman Sattva Ananda explains his musical method over a cup of coffee.
9 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
Photo by: KGC-146/STAR MAX/IPx 8/27/14 Chris Soules, the new "Bachelor", at ABC Television Studios for an appearance on Good Morning America. SANTA FE, N.M. The New Mexico Tourism Department is joining the Santa Fe City Council in the dating pool for the reality TV series, "The Bachelor."
A burglar has taken a police badge and Vietnam medal from a former Santa Fe police sergeant and veteran's family, according to deputies. Now the family is begging for the items to be returned.
An artist with career-long ties to New Mexico installed a 10-foot statue of St. Francis of Assisi Tuesday at The Church of the Holy Faith as part of the historic church's 150th anniversary celebration. Using a large crane truck, workers and sculptor Buck McCain gently lowered the 500-pound bronze--swathed in plastic wrap and moving blankets--on a massive rock that had been specifically selected as a base for the work.
Three local florists received a state honor recently. Terry Walker of Grigg's Flowers and Ashley Walterscheid and Taylor Walterschied of the Garden Mart, Inc. were awarded the New Mexico Master Florists accreditation.
You may have seen it on YouTube: a husband renewing his wedding vows with his wife in New Mexico when she saves him from falling off a cliff. The latest viral video is getting a lot of hits, but some people think it could be fake.
AS SEEN ON 7 SECTION. THE DRAMA... THE TEARS... THE HEARTBREAK. THERE ISN'T AN EPISODE OF "THE BACHELOR" WITHOUT IT ALL.
Two lawsuits settled collectively for $462,500 this year have not hurt the City of Bloomfield's standing with its insurer, the New Mexico Municipal League. Edwin Zendel, risk manager for the league, said the city's credit rating and costs associated with two lawsuits against City Manager David Fuqua have had no detrimental effect on the city's insurance costs or its standing with the association, which handled both cases for the city.
Peter Bolton just may have married the most awesome woman on the planet. He & his wife, Faith, were renewing their vows after 9 years of marriage in Santa Fe, N.M. Things were going pretty well, that's until Peter almost plummeted to his death off a cliff!!
This exceptional and large Native American Pomo burden basket, made circa 1890, made $23,000 at Allard Auctions' Best of Santa Fe sale, Aug. 16-17. 2014-09-14 19:28:40 - A large, museum-quality Pomo burden basket with beautiful fine geometric designs done in red fern sold for $23,000 at the Best of Santa Fe auction, an event held each year by Allard Auctions, Inc., SANTA FE, N.M. - at Scottish Rites Hall in Santa Fe.
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TV reports that the Department of Health found the money in its budget and used it to build four break rooms in its multistory building in Santa Fe. Health Department Secretary Retta Ward defends the expenditure, saying it was important for employees' health and safety to have places to take breaks, eat meals and wash dishes.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:44 am
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