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Susan Montoya Bryan
Position: The Associated Press

Uncovering boarding school history makes for monumental task

ALBUQUERQUE – They sat inside a dust-covered box that had been stashed away, untouched, for years: black-and-white photographs of Apache students who were among the first sent to a New Mexic...

Chile harvest starts early for some New Mexico farmers

HATCH, N.M. – The aroma of fresh roasted green chiles is already wafting through southern New Mexico as some farmers are getting a jump-start on the harvest. The earlier start to the season ...

New Mexico wilderness area grows with large donation

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland visited her home state Saturday to celebrate what marks the largest wilderness land donation in the agency’s history and another addition to...

New Mexico governor: Opening day will be July 1

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said Friday that all remaining pandemic-related public health restrictions on commercial and day-to-day activity in the state will be lif...

Santa Fe Opera gears up for ticket sales, season opener

ALBUQUERQUE – The gates at the famed Santa Fe Opera are open again, and General Director Robert Meya said Wednesday that he and the entire company are excited to return to the stage in July...

Navajos voice concern about plan to transfer uranium waste

ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. nuclear regulators are considering a licensing change proposed by a uranium company that would clear the way for 1 million cubic yards of waste to be transferred from a m...

New Mexico officials cite progress in vaccinating students

ALBUQUERQUE – The head of the New Mexico Public Education Department said Wednesday that progress is being made when it comes to vaccinating the state’s middle and high school students now t...