New Mexico Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. An inside look at corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The corruption trial of former state Sen. Phil Griego, which concluded last week after nearly three weeks, provided a look into New Mexico politics that wasn't very pretty. Griego was convicted on five criminal counts, including bribery, fraud and being a public official with an unlawful interest in a state contract.

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  2. A museum director who wears pantaloonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    ... worked as the collections manager for the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, and as the registrar for the New Mexico Museum of Art. As a curator at Las Golondrinas, he said, his goal was to help visitors see historical figures as people just ...

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  3. Spaceport America seeks additional fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    ... and a measure to increase confidentiality for tenants will be on Spaceport America's wish list when the New Mexico Legislature convenes in January 2018. Dan Hicks, Spaceport America CEO, told attendees at the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce ...

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  4. Space Museum re-accredited by American Alliance of MuseumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Alamogordo Daily News

    The New Mexico Museum of Space History has been formally re-accredited by the American Alliance of Museums , continuing a tradition of 24 years. The New Mexico Museum of Space History was first accredited by the AAM in 1993 and has remained in good standing since.

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  5. Taos ski resort to move hazardous dirt to new locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KRQE Albuquerque

    A New Mexico ski resort has announced it is moving a load of hazardous dirt after coming under fire for dumping it near the Rio Grande. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports Taos Ski Valley crews came across soil contaminated with diesel fuel along one of its ski runs back in August.

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  6. Unions: Power plant contractors violating Navajo labor lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    The Four Corners Power Plant in Waterflow, N.M., near the San Juan River in northwestern New Mexico. Unions that represent Navajo workers say contractors at a northwestern New Mexico power plant are violating tribal labor laws.

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  7. Investors concerned by Arca CEO investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    Backers of ARCA Space Corporation are questioning the future of their financial investments in the Las Cruces aerospace company in the wake of CEO Dumitru Popescu's arrest as part of an ongoing fraud investigation. Michael Tumblin, a former Las Cruces resident who now resides in Tennessee, was among the investors who backed Popescu when ARCA offered stock for sale to New Mexico residents in November 2016.

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  8. Lone GOP lieutenant governor candidate drops bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Former New Mexico Indian Affairs Department Secretary Kelly Zunie, a member of Zuni Pueblo, dropped out Friday, citing concerns about residency requirements. Zunie said she may not meet the criteria that candidates continuously live in New Mexico for at least five years preceding Election Day.

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  9. New Mexico sees over-the-year job growth in private sectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KRQE Albuquerque

    New Mexico's unemployment rate edged lower in October to 6.1 percent, slightly less than the previous month and nearly a percentage point less than the same period last year. The state jobless rate is still higher than the national rate, but labor officials say New Mexico over the past year has recorded gains in the private sector that have resulted in 13,900 jobs, or 2.2 percent growth.

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  10. Hospital finances slowly improvingRead the original story

    Saturday | Scdailypress.com

    The Gila Regional Medical Center board of trustees celebrated early signs of a slow climb out of the hospital's financial hole left largely by the lack of services at the Gila Regional Cancer Center during the ongoing transition between contracted managers. That transition continues with twists and turns, but according to CEO Taffy Arias, University of New Mexico managing the cancer center has drawn interest from all around the state.

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  11. Men's Basketball: Aggies trample Lobos in 19 point victor in Las CrucesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Lobo

    No, the reception for former Aggie head coach and current Lobo incumbent Paul Weir wasn't a pleasant one, as the Lobos visited the Aggies on Friday night. Ultimately, rebounding and second chance points from the Aggies - and especially guard Zach Lofton - helped elevate NMSU to a comfortable 75-56 victory over UNM at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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  12. Restaurant review: NuMex needs to tell its story better to stand out...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 3 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... the hip little building come together. The spelling of the name itself was confusing: Was this the food of New Mexico, or more nuevo Mexican? Turns out neither precisely. It's a restaurant in homage to the subspecies of Anaheim chile pepper seeds ...

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  13. Paul Weir made his return to NMSU Friday nightaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Las Cruces Sun-News

    As long as Paul Weir is the head coach at New Mexico, he will return to the Pan American Center many more times. New Mexico basketball coach Paul Wier gets hit with a technical foul late in the second half during his first trip back to the Pan American Center.

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  14. Chrisa Saturday ForecastRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KRQE Albuquerque

    ... A -10A warmer than average heading into Thanksgiving on Thursday. The good news is that travel for the holiday in New Mexico and around the Southwest looks pretty quiet as the weather stays mild and dry into next weekend.

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  15. Weir booed as Lobos and Aggies engage in Rio Grande basketball rivalryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KRQE Albuquerque

    Paul Weir didn't know what to expect as the University of New Mexico men's basketball coach, going to play rival New Mexico State, the program he left for the Lobos. Weir was booed loudly.

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  16. Aggies deliver wake-up call, hammer Lobos, 75-56Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    New Mexico State's Zach Lofton, left, is fouled by the Lobos' Anthony Mathis on Friday night at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces. The Aggie newcomer poured in a game-high 28 points in beating the University of New Mexico, 75-56.

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  17. Carving out a piece of historyRead the original story

    Friday | Marshall Independent

    ... Oct. 20. "I started carving the winter of 1996-97 when we retired and started going to Truth or Consequences in New Mexico for the winter," The town had been named Hot Springs prior to the renaming and the high school still goes by that name, she ...

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  18. Roybal delivers St. Michael's sparkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Shawn Roybal, front, battles for the ball against a Santa Fe High player on Aug. 25. He averages 19.8 yards every time he touches the ball. Luis SA nchez Saturno/New Mexican file photo Shawn Roybal, front, battles for the ball against a Santa Fe High player on Aug. 25. He averages 19.8 yards every time he touches the ball.

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  19. Franchini expects insurers' back taxes will be easy to collectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    New Mexico Superintendent of Insurance John Franchini said the state already has received a check from an insurance company for more than $356,000 in unpaid premium taxes, but he told lawmakers other firms have questions about an audit that shows millions of dollars are still owed to taxpayers. The check from one insurer is in addition to some $15 million paid by Presbyterian Health Plan to the state as part of an ongoing effort to collect what an auditing firm maintains is $65 million owed from two dozen companies going back to 2oo3.

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  20. Man sues Health Department over food poisoning claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KOB-TV

    His business down the drain and reputation tarnished, a Santa Fe man says he was left with pretty much nothing after the New Mexico Department of Health blamed him for giving dozens of workers food poisoning. Shannon Quintana used to own Bad Ass Sandwich Company in Santa Fe.

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