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  1. BPX Energy says crews stopped flow of produced water from well site using earthen bermRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Wastewater spilling from a BPX Energy well site in Colorado north of Cedar Hill was stopped Sunday morning, according to a statement from the company. The company was notified of a produced water leak near a well about 12 miles south of Durango, Colorado, on Sunday.

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  2. Los Alamos beats Aztec, will face familiar foe Albuquerque AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Aztec's Autum Roundy, front, challenges the ball from Los Alamos' Alissia Haagenstad during their Class 4A state quarterfinal Wednesday at the New Mexico Soccer Tournament Complex. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican Los Alamos' Kaitlyn McGrane, left, tries to take a shot on goal as Aztec's Emily Garcia defends during Wednesday's match.

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  3. New Mexico schools to receive $46 million for security upgradesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The state is awarding money to 222 school campuses for security upgrades, from new doors and locks to fencing and security cameras. Though this year's legislative session was bookended by deadly school shootings in Aztec and in Parkland, Fla., there was little talk of gun control or arming school personnel.

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  4. Santa Fe school board OKs February bond voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The Santa Fe school board voted unanimously Tuesday to hold a special election in February asking voters to approve renewal of a property tax to raise about $11 million a year for the district's technological needs. As the state prepares to enact the new Local Election Act, which will combine all nonpartisan local elections into one larger election in the November of odd-numbered years, the Legislature could approve a measure providing one-time funds for special mail ballot elections before November 2019.

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  5. Smartboard, Oct. 8, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Santa Fe Public Schools' Citizens Review Committee, a 10-member body charged with making recommendations to the school board regarding district facilities, meets at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Capital High School, 4851 Paseo del Sol. The meeting, which is open to the public, includes a tour of Capital High, an update on construction at Santa Fe High School and a discussion of artificial turf at elementary school sites.

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  6. Santa Fe board mulls bond election timingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The Santa Fe school board plans an Oct. 16 vote on whether to hold a special election early next year seeking voter approval for a bond issue to help pay for technology projects. The board on Tuesday night discussed the pros and cons of such an election - including its $180,000 cost - in light of a new state law that combines most nonpartisan local elections into one general election in November.

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  7. Que viva la Fiesta nueva! Change is afoot at the 2018 FiestaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    La Villa Real de la Santa FA de San Francisco de AsA s - better known as simply Santa Fe - has commemorated its 1692 reoccupation under Don Diego de Vargas for centuries - many call the Fiesta de Santa Fe the longest continuously running celebration in the United States. After the city was seized by Pueblo forces during the 1680 Pueblo Revolt, the Spanish colonists were exiled, but not without first rescuing a 29-inch carved-wood Marian statue of Nuestra SeA ora de la Paz, La Conquistadora, from a burning church.

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  8. Proposal to arm officers at Santa Fe schools failsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Santa Fe school board President Steven Carrillo made an unsuccessful final attempt to win approval for the idea of hiring armed officers for the district's two high schools this school year. During Tuesday's board meeting, he couldn't even sway the other four members to support the idea of holding a special study session to discuss the issue, let alone get them to agree to commit to hiring such officers, commonly known as school resource officers or SROs, with the goal of better protecting students against shooters on campus.

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  9. Proposal to arm Santa Fe Public Schools guards failsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Santa Fe school board President Steven Carrillo made an unsuccessful final attempt to win approval for the idea of hiring armed officers for the district's two high schools this school year. During Tuesday's board meeting, he couldn't even sway the other four members to support the idea of holding a special study session to discuss the issue, let alone get them to agree to commit to hiring such guards, commonly known as school resource officers or SROs, with the goal of better protecting students against shooters on campus.

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  10. After this year's campus shootings, how to make students feel secure in the classroom?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Security guard Elton Montoya checks students' ID cards on the campus of Santa Fe High School following a news conference on school safety at the school in February. Gabriela Campos/New Mexican file photo Superintendent Veronica GarcA a looks through an informational packet at a presentation discussing school safety at the B.F. Young Administrative Building on Monday evening.

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  11. Report: Aztec school shooter visited - Neo-Nazi' sitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    A new report says a man accused of killing two students during a New Mexico school shooting visited "Neo-Nazi" websites and sought out people obsessed with school shootings. The Farmington Daily Times reports a lengthy incident report issued by the San Juan County Sheriff's Office describes how 21-year-old Aztec resident William Atchison virtually under the radar from the FBI and local authorities.

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  12. More than a slump in San Juan CountyRead the original story

    Jun 16, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Joshua Snow of the recently opened Alien Bike Shop in Aztec says the area offers extensive opportunities for mountain biking. Thom Cole/The New Mexican Greg Hill, who has worked for a decade at the coal mine for the San Juan Generating Station, says the mine has provided a good living for him and his family.

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  13. Carruthers did good work and was shown the doorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Legendary figures are scarce in New Mexico. That makes it especially sad to see one of them being removed from an important office for no good reason.

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  14. City of Aztec facing budget crunch, spend cuts urgedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    A northwestern New Mexico city is facing such a budget crunch it may end the fiscal year with only a few thousand dollars. The Daily Times in Farmington reports Aztec finance director Kathy Lamb said last week the city could end fiscal year 2019 with just $4,000 in its general fund if does not cut spending.

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  15. Still his - happy place'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Garrey Carruthers, president and chancellor of New Mexico State University, poses for pictures April 20 with Zach Barraza, who is wearing the 2018-19 The PRIDE of New Mexico Marching Band Uniform, during the Fourth Annual Founders Day Celebration at NMSU. It was instilled in Carruthers at a young age that education was the ticket out of poverty.

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  16. Police: New Mexico woman hid gun at elementary schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The Daily Times of Farmington reported that 25-year-old Brooke Showers was arrested in Aztec last week following an investigation by police. A criminal complaint alleges Showers told police she hid a revolver in a gun case at Lydia Rippey Elementary School.

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  17. Aztec man faces nearly 300 charges for sexual misconductRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The San Juan County Sheriff's Office has arrested an Aztec man on nearly 300 charges for sexual assault and contact. Guillermo Jacobo-Perez, 48, is accused of 148 first-degree felony counts of criminal sexual penetration and 148 second-degree felony counts of criminal sexual conduct of a minor, according to a San Juan County Sheriff's Office press release.

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  18. N.M. mother dies months after contracting rodent-borne virusRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 29, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    For weeks, the 27-year-old wife and mother had been suffering severe pain and swelling in her abdomen, telling doctors, nurses and loved ones that she felt like she had a seat belt stretched across her stomach. Lane, from Aztec, a small town in New Mexico not far from the Four Corners, went to a nearby emergency room again and again and again.

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  19. Father faces child abuse charge, accused of shooting son in headRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    A Kirtland man is facing a child abuse charge after he is accused of shooting his six-year-old son in the head last month while shooting at a bottle with a handgun. Valdemar Rodriguez, 44, was charged on April 11 with a first-degree felony count of child abuse resulting in great bodily harm, according to court records.

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  20. Utah's suit over mine spill transferred to New Mexico courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    A panel of federal judges says Utah's lawsuit over a mine waste spill will be transferred from a Salt Lake City court to one in New Mexico, where three similar suits were filed. The ruling Wednesday by the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation means the suits filed against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and others will be heard in federal court in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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