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Jeremy Romero makes his way around an Albuquerque rehab center on Sept. 11. He cannot walk yet without the help of braces and a walker, and he has to lift himself up with his upper body and swing his legs forward to make progress. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Officer determined to overcome twist of fate

Had Jeremy Romero never blown the whistle on his fellow state Department of Public Safety agent for allegedly patronizing prostitutes, the Corrales officer reflected during a physical therapy appointment last week, he might still be among the elite squad of law enforcement investigators.

MAP MASTER

Fourth St. targeted for revamp

Los Ranchos is gathering information ahead of a planned revitalization

Sundevils edge rival Bobcats

Cleveland, Hope Christian draw; St. Pius girls rout Piedra Vista

A move starts with knowing what to move

Q: I know this isn’t real estate advice exactly, but I have some family moving to Albuquerque from across the country and I’m helping them with the process.

Head, heart united in Scottish vote

The annual fall marathon has started, and each one of us is in the race, to one degree or another, whether or not we chose to run.

Food, beer, fun at Oktoberfestival

Rio Rancho Oktoberfestival is in high gear at Haynes Park, featuring fine-crafted beers, authentic German food, musical entertainment, a classic car show and activities for kids.

The magical holiday marathon is upon us

The annual fall marathon has started, and each one of us is in the race, to one degree or another, whether or not we chose to run.

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