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Phoenix New Times
Richardson's of New Mexico
CenPho favorite Richardson's of New Mexico burned down in a fire in 2010 and was finally resurrected in early 2012 with the same menu.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Sunday on 'This Week': The ISIS Terror Threat
And the powerhouse roundtable debates all the week's politics, with Rep. Tom Cole , R-Oklahoma, ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd , former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson , and ABC News' Cokie Roberts .
The burning of Zozobra is a long-standing New Mexico tradition
This year marks the 90th annual Burning of Zozobra , a New Mexican tradition since 1926.
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Brook Forest Voices Reaps Two Bronze and One Merit Award at 20th Annual Cipa Evvy Awards Banquet
Brook Forest Voices audiobook producer and publishers received two Bronze awards and a Merit award at the 2014 Annual Colorado Independent Publishers Association EVVY Awards.
Watch for road closures this weekend
The New Mexico Department of Transportation has announced a number of closures related to the reconstruction of the interchange that will take place over the Labor Day weekend.
Hospitals are facing 'internal bleeding'
At the same time more New Mexicans are getting health insurance, the state's hospitals are having to reduce services because of lower reimbursement rates for government health programs like Medicaid and Medicare, Dye said.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Cops: Fake medical cards sold to truck drivers
The cards are required by the New Mexico Department of Transportation to be obtained by truck drivers who want to get a commercial driver's license.
Gone for good: why the state's R&D drove one New Mexican to Colorado
So in September 2012, Burge, who grew up in Aztec and who was a prominent figure in New Mexico's technology and economic-development world, left for Boulder, Colorado.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Survey: State's pinon juniper trees are growing
A five-year inventory of New Mexico's forested lands shows positive growth rates among the state's most important pinon and juniper species.
New Mexico's infant mortality rate drops
The infant mortality rate in New Mexico has dropped significantly last year, but health officials said this week that the change is not rare.
Freedom to Contract Prevails in New Mexico
Is freedom to contract a good thing for everybody? First Baptist Church of Roswell v.
Guides: The Definitive Guide to Santa Fe Green Chile
Late August/early September means a lot of things to a lot of people: the end of summer, the beginning of school, and shorter, cooler days.
UNM gets grant to study rise in rural Hepatitis C
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is getting a $1.3 million grant to study the rise of Hepatitis C infections in rural New Mexico.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Infant death rate declines in New Mexico
Last year, the state recorded 5.4 infant deaths per 1,000 births, or 143 deaths in total.
ACE Cash Express payouts could benefit New Mexicans
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it has taken enforcement action against ACE Cash Express, resulting in a $5 million fine and $5 million in refunds to ACE customers.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Despite a multi million dollar ad campaign a poll shows most people do not know what the New Mexico Health Exchange is.
Reimbursement cuts causing 'internal bleeding' for New Mexico hospitals
At the same time that more New Mexicans are getting health insurance, the state's hospitals are reducing services because of lower reimbursement rates for government health programs like Medicaid and Medicare, according to the New Mexico Human Services Department.
Survey finds little gain from exchange campaign
A survey commissioned by New Mexico's health insurance exchange has found that a campaign to publicize the online marketplace for buying coverage is having little success so far.
New Mexico lawmakers to get revenue update
New Mexico legislators are to receive a new revenue forecast that will help shape the debate over spending in next year's state budget.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
PNM, the NM PRC, and Water
The Public Service Company of New Mexico wants to replace the power of the San Juan Generating Station closing units mainly with coal, nuclear, and gas.