New Mexico News 6/8/2013

Check these posts: Discovery of bodies of Longmont teen and friend in New Mexico lake prompts … – The Denver Channel on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:


The Denver Channel
Discovery of bodies of Longmont teen and friend in New Mexico lake prompts …
The Denver Channel
Days after the bodies of two teenage friends were pulled from a New Mexico lake, a website has sprung up to help the family of a 16-year-old boy pay for his services and burial. Seth Stephenson of Chaparral, N.M. was helping a group from the Apache
Site to help family pay for teen’s funeralKRQE

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BLM approves New Mexico natural gas pipeline project – Casper Star-Tribune Online on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

BLM approves New Mexico natural gas pipeline project
Casper Star-Tribune Online
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The federal government gave the green light to a proposal to build 234 miles of pipeline to transport natural gas liquids from one corner of New Mexico to the other and ultimately to markets in South Texas. The Bureau of Land 

David F. Cargo, youngest to serve as governor of New Mexico, dies at 84 – Washington Post on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:


KASA
David F. Cargo, youngest to serve as governor of New Mexico, dies at 84
Washington Post
David F. Cargo, a maverick Republican who became the youngest governor of New Mexico and served two terms in the 1960s, died July 5. He was 84. He had been in an Albuquerque nursing home for about two years after a stroke. He fell ill after Fourth of 
Former New Mexico Governor David Cargo dies at age 84Politico
Former NM governor Cargo dies at 84Albuquerque Business First (blog)
Former New Mexico governor deadallvoices
KRQE -Artesia Daily Press
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Longmont Teen Found Dead In Lake In New Mexico – on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Longmont Teen Found Dead In Lake In New Mexico

Police in New Mexico confirm a body pulled from a lake southwest of Albuquerque is that of 15-year-old Noah Hooker. Hooker and another 16-year-old boy from New Mexico had been missing since last week. Divers recovered two bodies believed to belong 

New Mexico Land Office, Game & Fish sign pact making trust land available to … – Deming Headlight on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

New Mexico Land Office, Game & Fish sign pact making trust land available to …
Deming Headlight
SANTA FE >> New Mexico State Land Commissioner Ray Powell signed an agreement with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish that authorizes the use of trust land by licensed sportsmen for the upcoming year. Under the agreement, individuals 

Blue highway: New Mexico’s Turquoise Trail features mining history and more – Pueblo Chieftain on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Blue highway: New Mexico’s Turquoise Trail features mining history and more
Pueblo Chieftain
Its name makes me think of Hansel-and-Gretel-like scatterings of bright-blue stones that lead to riches — and adventure. Riches were probably uppermost in the minds of the 3,000 Mexican miners who descended upon what is now northern New Mexico in 

CEO works to make El Paso-New Mexico region an economic powerhouse – El Paso Times on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

CEO works to make El Paso-New Mexico region an economic powerhouse
El Paso Times
That’s part of a larger strategy to unify the economic development efforts of El Paso, Southern New Mexico, and Juárez, and sell this region to the world as one economic powerhouse, said Juárez-born, El Paso-bred Pablos, the new chief executive officer

Las Cruces Style: An ode to New Mexico summers – Las Cruces Sun-News on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Las Cruces Style: An ode to New Mexico summers
Las Cruces Sun-News
No matter if the weather is triple-digit-ish, summer is still my favorite season — I think. There would have been no hesitation during my childhood in Michigan. If you loved to swim, play outside with friends, take long walks and gather wildflowers

Santa Fe Wine Festival: New Mexico’s wineries persevere amid drought – Santa Fe New Mexican.com on Jul 6, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Santa Fe Wine Festival: New Mexico’s wineries persevere amid drought
Santa Fe New Mexican.com
New Mexico vintners at the Santa Fe Wine Festival at El Rancho de las Golondrinas say dry conditions around the state will slow grape production but won’t necessarily put a dent in the availability of local wines. Jim Fish, co-owner of Anasazi Fields
Santa Fe Wine Festival celebrates New Mexico winesABQ Journal
NM speed SUV shooter pleads guiltyNewsWest9.com

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Oil-rich New Mexico has housing shortage – San Angelo Standard Times on Jul 6, 2013 at New Mexico News:


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Oil-rich New Mexico has housing shortage
San Angelo Standard Times
HOBBS, N.M. — A southeastern region of New Mexico facing a housing shortage thanks to a Permian Basin oil boom has seen several planned projects fall through. The Hobbs News-Sun reports that a number of affordable housing projects in recent months 
Oil – boom NM area still facing housing shortageKOB.com

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Identity of Longmont boy confirmed by New Mexico medical investigator – Daily Camera on Jul 6, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Identity of Longmont boy confirmed by New Mexico medical investigator
Daily Camera
LONGMONT — The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator confirmed on Friday that two bodies recovered Wednesday from a lake in New Mexico were those of a Longmont teen and a friend who went missing days before. Noah Hooper, whose 15th 

Underpaid and Mistreated: The Plight of New Mexico Farm Workers – Care2.com (blog) on Jul 7, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Underpaid and Mistreated: The Plight of New Mexico Farm Workers
Care2.com (blog)
An overwhelming majority of New Mexico farm and dairy workers have been underpaid and mistreated, according to aNew Mexico Center on Law and Poverty (NMCLP) study released Monday. Over 88 percent of farm and dairy workers were subject to wage 

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