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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — News from around New Mexico:

  • Three Albuquerque city councilors plan to propose a resolution Monday encouraging the mayor to work out a deal with Albuquerque Public Schools over property for a downtown arena.
  • A Santa Fe man is in jail after he allegedly opened fire on a group of campers in Pecos early Saturday in a bizarre incident that has State Police perplexed.
  • After receiving $490,000 in federal funding, New Mexico Military Institute is offering full-ride scholarships to 20 Native American students who are interested in pursuing an associate’s degree in criminal justice.
  • Summer officially started on Monday morning, as the summer solstice occurred.
  • Fire officials say they continue to make progress on two wildfires burning in northern New Mexico.
  • Las Cruces city officials are planning to relocate a composting operation at the wastewater treatment plant.
  • With the installation of a 300-foot pedestrian bridge, a new $1.3 million trail south of the Los Alamos airport has been completed.
  • The State Parks Division is soliciting bids for a marina operator at Conchas Lake State Park in eastern New Mexico.
  • Las Cruces City Manager Terrence Moore has submitted a resignation letter to the mayor and city councilors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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