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Peyton Wright Gallery announces the 21st Annual Art of Devotion exhibition of historic art of the Americas.
New Mexicans are scrambling for a last-minute chance to strike it rich. The Mega Millions jackpot is now the fourth largest in history and the drawing is Monday night.
A Santa Fe hospital says it didn't do anything wrong and that it will appeal a jury's $2.25 million award in a medical negligence case stemming from the 2008 death of a 20-year-old woman.
Actor Wes Studi pleaded no contest to a DWI charge in New Mexico and will be on probation for one year.
RUIDOSO >> The R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation has selected the 2012 Southeast New Mexico Grant Program Recipients for Eddy County.
Santa Fe >> Governor Susana Martinez announced proposals to better recruit, retain, and compensate new teachers, as well as reward teachers and school leaders whose students are achieving strong academic growth in the classroom.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. >> The New Mexico Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission has announced the appointment of three new members: Michael Aragon of Las Vegas, Laura Hart Howell of Silver City and Kelly Kuenstler of Deming.
NEW MEXICO'S LOTTERY SCHOLARSHIP IS RUNNING OUT OF CASH. AND THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS WHO DEPEND ON THE MONEY TO GO TO COLLEGE, COULD BE IN TROUBLE.
Cafe dining with a water view has come to Tempe again. And this time, it's got a little California and New Mexico in tow.
Newswise - Of the American Society of Clinical Oncology's 30,000 members, only 10 sit on the cancer Research Forum Committee; Teresa Stewart is now among those few.
THEY COULD DO THAT RIGHT HERE IN NEW MEXICO. KOAT ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER MIKE SPRINGER SHOWS US HOW THEY HOPE TO LAUNCH THEIR HIGH-FLYING IDEA.
SANTA FE >> New Mexico Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary, Jon Barela and the department's New Mexico MainStreet program hosted a presentation on the findings of its study evaluating the economic impact of the New Mexico MainStreet program over the last 28 years.
No matter when you visit New Mexico, the state's cultural mix is part of the appeal.
In the heart of Carlsbad, on the corner of Fox and Canyon Streets, stood a twenty-one foot tall obelisk which requested tourists to visit the Carlsbad Cavern.
By AL BATES This article is one of a series that will appear in this space during this year and the next on historic events relating to the Arizona Territory's Sesquicentennial.
What an incredible journey we are on. We are witnessing the dawn of space travel for humanity.