New Mexico News 2/5/2013

Check these posts: Around New Mexico – ABQ Journal on Feb 5, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Around New Mexico
ABQ Journal
A member of an Albuquerque family that owns a mortuary is accused of beating his wife and almost running over two sheriff’s deputies. It’s the latest in a list of criminal charges against Lester John Salazar, who also goes by the name John Lester Salazar.

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Aroun dNOrthern new mexico – ABQ Journal on Feb 5, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Aroun dNOrthern new mexico
ABQ Journal
The FBI and Española Police Department are looking for a man who robbed the Wells Fargo bank at 645 N. Riverside Drive in Española on Monday. The suspect is described as a male, either white, Hispanic or American Indian, in his 30s or 40s and

Democrats propose pay equity measure in New Mexico – Alamogordo Daily News on Feb 5, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Democrats propose pay equity measure in New Mexico
Alamogordo Daily News
The New Mexico Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination based on someone’s gender, but Egolf said the proposed legislation will help ensure that women are paid the same wages as men for equal work. Under the proposal, a worker bringing a wage
State legislation makes it easier to file gender discrimination casesLas Cruces Sun-News

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Our View: Transparency needed for New Mexico’s small school district elections … – Carlsbad Current Argus on Feb 5, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Our View: Transparency needed for New Mexico’s small school district elections …
Carlsbad Current Argus
That’s because, in the state of New Mexico, candidates for school board aren’t required to disclose campaign donations and expenditures, unlike their elected brethren on city councils and county commissions throughout the state. "School law is just

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Is lack of water throttling New Mexico’s economy – Albuquerque Journal (subscription) (blog) on Feb 5, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Is lack of water throttling New Mexico’s economy
Albuquerque Journal (subscription) (blog)
Is lack of water throttling New Mexico’s economy. By John Fleck / Journal Staff Writer on Tue, Feb 5, 2013. Among New Mexico’s economic problems highlighted in a long and thoughtful piece this morning by my colleague Win Quigley is the problem of water.

Solar Power To Beat Coal Prices in New Mexico – Discovery News on Feb 5, 2013 at New Mexico News:


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Solar Power To Beat Coal Prices in New Mexico
Discovery News
How can cheap coal ever be beaten? With cheaper solar. A new solar power plant opening in New Mexico will be selling electricity at record low prices. First Solar, a large thin-film solar manufacturing company based in Tempe, Ariz., recently announced
New Mexico To Purchase Solar Energy At a Lower Price Than CoalEnergy Collective
First Solar acquires New Mexico’s largest PV projectEcoSeed
Solar undercuts coal in New MexicoRegister

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