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Shoppers mobilize on Thanksgiving, as retailers branch out

NEW YORK (AP) — Shoppers are hitting the stores on Thanksgiving as retailers under pressure look for ways to poach shoppers from their rivals. As...

Trump credits troops, and himself, for military advances

PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump thanked U.S. troops for their service on Thursday, assuring them "we're really winning" against America's foes...

Severe storms make for double trouble in New Mexico in 2017

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The conditions proved to be just right this year in New Mexico for a wave of severe weather that prompted...

Program enhances Navajo language in tribal courts

CROWNPOINT, N.M. (AP) — Inside a study room at Navajo Technical University here, a class of seven employees from the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch...

New Mexico AG wants Uber to release more info on data...

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas wants Uber to release additional information about the ride-hailing company's massive data breach,...

New Mexico senators seek help for acequias, land grants

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Traditional water and land grant associations in New Mexico would have access to additional federal resources for conservation projects under...

New Mexico police to patrol I-40 over holiday weekend

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico State Police will be out in force over the Thanksgiving holiday as part of a traffic safety initiative...

Remaining homeless resist removal; Berrendo riverbed dweller tells city ‘quit helping’

Despite the notice warning the homeless living within the Berrendo riverbed to vacate the premises by Friday, there are few who still remain within...

Zoo survey responses show ambivalence and appreciation

Many area residents appear bullish on the city zoo, appreciating it as part of the larger Spring River Park and in favor of infrastructure...

Cranes and Cocoa annual event

To extend the warmth and abundance of gratitude from Thanksgiving, Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge and the Friends of Bitter Lake cordially invite the community...

Be careful during your holiday travels

ARTESIA — If you’re heading out during the Thanksgiving holiday you won’t be alone, according to the American Automobile Association. AAA New Mexico is estimating...

State gets $15.3 million from oil and gas leases

The New Mexico State Land Office collected $15.3 million Wednesday from the November oil and gas lease sale, bringing fiscal-year earnings from monthly lease...

Roswell police encourage safe, secure holidays

The holiday season has arrived and frenzied travel is full-fledged. The Roswell Police Department offers these suggestions to enjoy festive craze with peace on earth...

Church takes mission to Ukraine

ARTESIA — Artesia resident Christina Hernandez had never flown on a plane before. That was until late last month when she and some people from...

Small Business Saturday set for Nov. 25

Special day reminds residents to support local shops and service providers; taxes collected by local businesses are key funding source for city services, amenities Citizens...

A legacy in agriculture bears fruit; Chaves County resident honored as...

LAS CRUCES — Brad Houston, a long time agricultural advocate, was named Farm Family of the Year by the state’s largest agriculture organization at...

No verdict yet in San Francisco pier killing as jury breaks

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The criminal case against a Mexican man accused of killing a woman on a crowded San Francisco pier is coming...

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