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  2000  nm  future

Looking Forward



Other Millennium Sections
  • Why We Came
  • Who We Are
  • Shaping Our State

  • New Mexico faces major challenges in areas ranging from water use to education to crime. It is still one of the poorest states in the nation. Its criminals and victims are becoming younger. New studies show a dwindling water supply. How we address these social dilemmas will determine our future well into 2000 and beyond.

    Next 100 years Will be an Adventure
    Shared Purpose will Deliver America from Upcoming Crisis
    New Mexico Still Looking for Statewide Prosperity
    Mora County residents prefer land over money
    Schools Must Change to Make the Grade
    Liberal arts training will be part of high-tech workplace, educators say
    Ozzie and Harriet' Families have Become the Exception
    Outlaws Scattered Through N.M. History
    1980 prison riot a black mark on state's history
    Infamous Crimes in N.M. History
    Fallen Officers
    Religion found room to grow in New Mexico
    Doctors Worry Unhealthy Trends Will Persist
    City Sports Outclass Venues
    Great Moments in N.M. Sports History
    Coach Made Lobo Basketball
    Outdoor Activities have Evolved into High-tech Pastimes
    Public Lands Reinventing Role for Next Century
    Protection of Wilderness Areas Started in State
    Water Maintains its Control on Society
    Air Pollution Might Cloud Albuquerque's Future
    New Technology Expected to Improve Air Quality
    Albuquerque in 2050
    Human Nature Constant in Changing World