New Mexico News 6/4/2013

Check these posts: Change in weather could fuel two New Mexico fires – Santa Fe New Mexican.com on Jun 3, 2013 at New Mexico News:


Science Codex
Change in weather could fuel two New Mexico fires
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
PECOS — More than 900 firefighters were racing against increasing winds and dropping humidity levels Monday as they fought to contain two wildfires raging in the northern New Mexico mountains. In the Santa Fe National Forest, the Tres Lagunas blaze
Northern New Mexico Wildfires Slowly Coming Under ControlFronteras: The Changing America Desk
Thompson Ridge Fire, New MexicoScience Codex
Wildfires continue to blaze in New MexicoKFDA
Kansas Watchdog (blog) -RedOrbit -LALATE
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State officials, city of Carlsbad strike water deal – Albuquerque Business First on Jun 3, 2013 at New Mexico News:

State officials, city of Carlsbad strike water deal
Albuquerque Business First
The New Mexico State Land Office and the city of Carlsbad have signed an agreement that will let the city drill water wells on state trust land, Land Commissioner Ray Powell said Monday. Dennis Domrzalski: Reporter- Albuquerque Business First: Email
New Mexico Grants Carlsbad Access To State Land To Drill For WaterKRWG

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Pro women’s tennis event begins at New Mexico State – Las Cruces Sun-News on Jun 3, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Pro women’s tennis event begins at New Mexico State
Las Cruces Sun-News
Mayfield High s Lindsay Harlas competes in the United States Tennis Association Women s Pro Circuit s Women s $25,000 Challenger at the New Mexico State University Tennis Center on Sunday against opponent Tina Tehrani. Action continues with

US Supreme Court upholds DNA collections such as New Mexico’s Katie’s Law – Las Cruces Sun-News on Jun 4, 2013 at New Mexico News:

US Supreme Court upholds DNA collections such as New Mexico’s Katie’s Law
Las Cruces Sun-News
The 5-4 decision was from a Maryland case, but it supported statutes such as Katie’s Law in New Mexico. Katie’s Law requires that anybody arrested on suspicion of a felony must be swabbed for DNA at the jailhouse. New Mexico legislators approved the

Employers and manufacturers should keep an eye on New Mexico – The Hill (blog) on Jun 4, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Employers and manufacturers should keep an eye on New Mexico
The Hill (blog)
For years, businesses inside New Mexico complained justly that they were operating at a competitive disadvantage. The state’s tax and regulatory policies punished them compared to laws in neighboring states, making it difficult for them to justify

Startup jumps on New Mexico breakthough in faster cytometers – MedCity News on Jun 4, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Startup jumps on New Mexico breakthough in faster cytometers
MedCity News
Chalk up another major New Mexico breakthrough in developing superfast cytometers for medical diagnostics and drug discovery. University of New Mexico scientists have created a way to immensely accelerate the processing power of flow-through

Canadian company to search New Mexico landfill for bad Atari video games … – Fox News on Jun 4, 2013 at New Mexico News:


Mobile Magazine
Canadian company to search New Mexico landfill for bad Atari video games …
Fox News
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. – A New Mexico city commission has agreed to allow a Canadian studio to search an old landfill where old, terrible Atari games are rumored to be buried. The Alamogordo Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/1aPRzKe ) that Alamogordo
Someone’s Going to Dig Up Atari’s Infamous New Mexico LandfillKotaku
Were truckloads of ‘ET’ Atari cartridges buried in New Mexico? A film crew is The Verge
Atari Dump To Be Excavated In New Mexico, FinallyThe Inquisitr
VentureBeat -Mobile Magazine -Ars Technica
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