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Sixteen New Mexico cities and towns have received accreditation from the National Main Street Center setting up more possible funding for revitalizing downtowns. The accreditation means places like Raton, Albuquerque, and Truth or Consequences can apply for capital outlay funds and technical assistance to preserve historic sites. 18 comments
Raton Police Chief John Garcia said in a statement officers found 36-year-old Mandy Vanlandingham unresponsive near a bathtub at the residence on the 700 block of Sugarite Ave, and emergency medical personnel could not revive her. He said Vanlandingham had a wound to her lower right abdomen. 6 comments
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and Miners' Colfax Medical Center are stepping up efforts to fight mining-related respiratory diseases. Both recently announced that a $1.5 million gift will fund an endowed chair in Mining-Related Lung Disease to be held by pulmonologist Akshay Sood. Comment?
A Pacific storm system is moving across the state with potential for widespread rain, a few storms and higher terrain snow across north and far east New Mexico Friday. Interstate 25 has reopened in both directions from Raton to the state line after crews cleared snow packed roads Friday morning. Comment?
The UNM Health Sciences Center is getting a big boost to fight miner's lung, which has plagued thousands of current and former mine workers across New Mexico. "The largest uranium mine was center around the Jackpile Mine in Grants. Comment?
New Mexico's congressional delegation has announced that the federal government will spend $15.2 million to upgrade railroad tracks used by Amtrak's Southwest Chief passenger route. State transportation officials say the funding awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation will be used to replace worn ties and repair miles of roadbed in Santa Fe County west of Lamy. Comment?
After weeks of warmer than normal autumn weather, the leaves are finally changing in the Bosque in central New Mexico. National Weather Service meteorologists say the hotter and drier weather delayed the peak in fall colors, but now that cooler weather is settling in, nature is taking its course. Comment?
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