New Mexico News 2/2/2013

Check these posts: For Vets, Dorms Meet Domesticity – Inside Higher Ed on Jan 31, 2013 at New Mexico News:

For Vets, Dorms Meet Domesticity
Inside Higher Ed
But at New Mexico State University, where veterans-only housing debuts next week, a new and apparently unprecedented approach will allow veterans to live together, on campus, with their families. It aims to provide a living-learning experience similar

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First Solar Buys New Mexico Project From Element Power – Bloomberg on Jan 31, 2013 at New Mexico News:


solarserver.com
First Solar Buys New Mexico Project From Element Power
Bloomberg
First Solar Inc. (FSLR), the biggest maker of thin-film solar products, bought the 50-megawatt Macho Springs project in New Mexico from Element Power Solar for an undisclosed amount. The Luna County project will be completed next year, the Tempe,
First Solar acquires 50MW New Mexico plantPV-Tech
First Solar Acquires New Mexico’s Largest Solar ProjectSolar Industry
First Solar acquires 50 MW PV project in New Mexicosolarserver.com
pv magazine
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Who is writing New Mexico’s water regulations? – High Country News (blog) on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Who is writing New Mexico’s water regulations?
High Country News (blog)
Here’s an example: the Chino copper mine near Silver City, New Mexico is one of the longest-operating mines in the West. The mine’s current owner, Freeport-McMoRan, just started mining there again in 2011 and the company is on the hook to restore

Top of the List: engineering and commercial real estate firms – Albuquerque Business First (blog) on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Top of the List: engineering and commercial real estate firms
Albuquerque Business First (blog)
The list also includes the number of licensed brokers and staff, number of completed transactions, 2012 commercial square footage sold, leased or managed, and year founded in New Mexico. Engineering firms are ranked by gross 2012 billings in New

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Court grants new trial to New Mexico gun dealer family – Examiner.com on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Court grants new trial to New Mexico gun dealer family
Examiner.com
In addition to granting conditional release to Rick and Ryin Reese, the two remaining members of a New Mexico gun dealer family still behind bars after 18 months incarceration, Judge Robert C. Brack of the United States District Court for the District
NM family to get new trial in gun raid case after judge ruled prosecutors The Republic

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Flu outbreak high in New Mexico – Santa Fe New Mexican.com on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Flu outbreak high in New Mexico
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
A state epidemiologist said Friday that there have been 10 confirmed flu deaths in New Mexico, and activity might not recede until May. “We still have flu activity across the state,” said Dr. Chad Smelser of the New Mexico Department of Health. He said

Mines take on Northern New Mexico – Blackhillsfox on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Mines take on Northern New Mexico
Blackhillsfox
Out to South Dakota Mines where the Hardrockers hosted Northern New Mexico. 2nd half of play, Eagles go to work, Gabe Martinez knocks it down with a hand in the face. Later, Martinez inbounds to Brandon Jones who goes off the window. Hardrockers go

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At 7-foot-5, Bhullar center of attention for New Mexico State – San Antonio Express on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

At 7-foot-5, Bhullar center of attention for New Mexico State
San Antonio Express
New Mexico State center Sim Bhullar, who is 7’5" tall, looks like a daunting obstacle for Matt Staff of Texas State during college basketball action in San Marcos on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013. Photo: Billy Calzada, Express-News. New Mexico State center
Sy scores 24 points, grabs 13 rebounds to help carry New Mexico State past Fox News
Recap: Texas State vs. New Mexico StTheNewsTribune.com
New Mexico State Wins: May Not Need Watson After AllMid-Major Madness
NMSU Aggies
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Bobcat Women Pace Nordic Squad at New Mexico Invitational – Bobcats Athletics on Feb 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Bobcat Women Pace Nordic Squad at New Mexico Invitational
Bobcats Athletics
Behind two top 10 finishes by the Montana State women’s Nordic squad, the Bobcats sit in fifth place after the opening day of the University of New Mexico Invitational, Friday afternoon. SKI_YEATON_CLASSIC_NCAA_2012. Tom Schulz. Bookmark and Share

Gay Marriage Referendum Clears New Mexico House Committee – On Top Magazine on Feb 2, 2013 at New Mexico News:


On Top Magazine
Gay Marriage Referendum Clears New Mexico House Committee
On Top Magazine
A New Mexico House Committee on Thursday approved a resolution which would let the voters decide whether gay marriage should be legal in the state. The measure, sponsored by Rep. Brian Egolf, a Democrat from Santa Fe, cleared the Consumer and
New Mexico House Committee Advances Marriage Equality ReferendumThinkProgress
Marriage equality bill clears first hurdle in New Mexico legislatureLGBTQ Nation
New Mexico gay marriage law passes first hurdleGay Star News
New Mexico Telegram -The Republic
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Teach For America Making a Difference – Indian Country Today Media Network.com on Feb 2, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Teach For America Making a Difference
Indian Country Today Media Network.com
New Mexico needs good educators. According to 2007 findings from the Foundation for Child Development the state was ranked lowest for overall child well-being which includes factors like economic well-being, health, safety, education attainment, social

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Nevada (11-9) at (20) New Mexico (18-3) (ET) – Charlotte Observer on Feb 2, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Nevada (11-9) at (20) New Mexico (18-3) (ET)
Charlotte Observer
GAME NOTES: The New Mexico Lobos, the 20th-ranked team in the land, get their first look at the Nevada Wolf Pack as competing members in the Mountain West Conference when the two squads get together in The Pit on Saturday. The Lobos were
Cheat sheet advance for Nevada-New Mexico, including keys to the game and a Reno Gazette-Journal (blog)
New Mexico Lobos Vs. Nevada Wolf Pack: 2/2/13 Tyrone’s Free College Sports Chat Place

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New Mexico State drops interim tag for former offensive coordinator Martin – NCAA.com on Feb 2, 2013 at New Mexico News:


NCAA.com
New Mexico State drops interim tag for former offensive coordinator Martin
NCAA.com
LAS CRUCES, N.M. – New Mexico State has dropped the interim tag for coach Doug Martin. Athletic director McKinley Boston said Friday that Martin was selected after a committee interviewed four candidates. Boston said he got the job because he wanted to
Martin named New Mexico State’s head coachYahoo! Sports
Aggie football officially names Martin head coachLas Cruces Sun-News
NMSU Lifts Martin’s Interim LabelAlbuquerque Journal (subscription)

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