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Farmington exhibition focuses on birth of energy industry

First well drilled in 1921, but city’s population skyrocketed with second boom in 1950s

New Mexico clears way for hospitals to ration care if needed

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico on Monday cleared the way for hospitals to ration care if necessary, saying the state’s health care system has yet to see a reprieve as the nursing shortage continue...

New Mexico needs to dedicate money to more conservation projects, groups say

ALBUQUERQUE (AP) – The Land of Enchantment is home to vast forests and deserts, meandering rivers and streams and a variety of wildlife. Now a coalition of outdoor recreation and conservatio...

Valles Caldera volunteers in race to document dendroglyphs

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) – The haunting calls of bugling bull elk pervade the autumn air, echoing across the grass valleys and forested lava domes of Valles Caldera National Preserve as a cadre...

Advisory panel endorses redistricting maps for New Mexico

SANTA FE – An advisory board on redistricting endorsed several plans for realigning the boundaries of political districts across New Mexico on Friday, backing proposed congressional district...

New Mexico explores public financing for cannabis businesses

SANTA FE – Small-scale marijuana businesses in New Mexico would receive access to publicly financed loans of up to $250,000 in an effort to promote social and economic fairness, under a prop...

MIT grapples with early leader's stance on Native Americans

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) – As the third president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Francis Amasa Walker helped usher the school into national prominence in the late 1800s. But anot...

U.S. nuclear repository completes key mining project in southern N.M.

ALBUQUERQUE – After seven years of mining, federal officials say work to carve out the eighth disposal area at the U.S. government’s underground nuclear waste repository is complete. Manage...

Airman convicted of kidnapping, killing Farmington woman in 2020

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Sasha Krause loved words. She loved learning and translating them into different languages. She loved reading them in nursery rhymes and assembling them into poetry. She w...

New Mexico pledges support for tribal adoptions in state law

SANTA FE – In her first prepared speech Tuesday, the new leader of New Mexico’s child protection department pledged to restore the agency’s credibility after a series of scandals under her p...

Official: Same-day registration unavailable on Election Day

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico officials say voters who show up at polling places to register to vote on Nov. 2 for municipal elections will be out of luck. This year, New Mexico began allowing vo...

New Mexico professor against vax, mask mandates fired

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – A New Mexico State University professor who publicly opposed campus vaccine and mask mandates will no longer be teaching there. The Las Cruces Sun-News reports Davi...