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Public input sought on future conservation

A state advisory committee has announced a public “request for information,” or RFI, to gather input on conservation activities most important to New Mexicans. The New Mexico 30 by 30 Advisory Committee is seeking ideas for a... — Updated 8/9/2022

 

Proposed monument raises church-state debate

SANTA ROSA — A “religion and government” discussion at the July 12 Santa Rosa city council meeting grew out of a presentation by resident Herman Baca, who wants to build a monument to Our Lady of Guadalupe on the southwest... — Updated 7/19/2022

 

Guadalupe signs jail pact with De Baca

The Guadalupe County Commission on Dec. 16 approved an agreement with De Baca County to reserve up to 24 beds for Guadalupe's adult inmates. Guadalupe County Sheriff Lorenzo Mata said the agreement applies to the new jail that De... — Updated 12/28/2021

 

Sounds like hemp industry good addition

Along with its cannabis cousin, hemp has been classified as a Schedule 1 narcotic for most of the 20th century, ostensibly for its appearance (a marijuana look-alike) but really because the timber industry saw it as unwanted... — Updated 3/19/2019

 

Opinion: Ballot issues are worth big 'yes' votes

Lost in the hoopla over the contested elections on this year’s general election ballot are some issues that deserve our attention — and support. On the ballot are two proposed constitutional amendments and four bond issues, and... — Updated 10/23/2018

 

Young rescuers left with quite a fishing story

SANTA ROSA — Three Santa Rosa boys decided to go fishing on Oct. 5, since there was no school. Little did they know they would be helping fish a woman out of the pond, too. Joaquin Estupinan, Solomon Ross and Estevan Romero ... — Updated 10/23/2018

 

New ride service offered to veterans

SANTA ROSA — Veterans who seek medical care through the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans Administration Medical Center in Albuquerque can now get free rides to Albuquerque on Wednesdays, according to a flier from the state Department... — Updated 10/13/2018

 

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