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New Mexico Summer Guide Section

This year, we’re taking a different approach to the Journal’s Summer Guide.

The state offers a wealth of activities and places to visit and we know there’s a pent-up yearning for travel and fun after two years of pandemic restrictions. So, we wanted to provide readers with a wide range of suggestions — 101 in all.

It’s by no means a complete list, but it is a well-intentioned effort to cover a wide range of interests. And prime the pump of your own imagination.

Before you head out on any adventure, remember that local restrictions and rules surrounding COVID-19 remain fluid, so always check ahead.
Have a fun and safe summer.

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Truck wash employee charged in homeless man's killing on ...
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An employee at a truck wash ... An employee at a truck wash is accused of fatally shooting a fleeing homeless man who had punched him on Thursday afternoon in Northwest ...
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Son is killed by State Police; mom asks why
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She says 34-year-old had been diagnosed ... She says 34-year-old had been diagnosed with schizophrenia
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Everything you need to know before heading to the ...
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Over 4,000 people are set to ... Over 4,000 people are set to participate in the 2022 iteration of the Twinkle Light Parade, which begins at 5:15 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, ...
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Ethics board advances complaint against county commissioner
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A Bernalillo County ethics board has ... A Bernalillo County ethics board has advanced a complaint alleging an elected official improperly accepted a $5,000 campaign contribution from a lobbyist. The county's ...
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Dozens of migrants allegedly abused, held hostage in the ...
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Woman calls the conditions, treatment of ... Woman calls the conditions, treatment of the individuals so traumatic 'she hoped she would die’
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A childhood dream realized
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Visually-impaired woman has always wanted to ... Visually-impaired woman has always wanted to be a dispatcher
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Ex-deputy pleads no contest to felony in tasing
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Special-needs teen was shocked multiple times ... Special-needs teen was shocked multiple times at Española Valley High
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Gov. Lujan Grisham headed out of state for political ...
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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham traveled to ... Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham traveled to New Orleans for political meetings on Friday, her second out-of-state trip since winning reelection to a second term ...
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State issues public health emergency order as respiratory viruses ...
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Order cites pediatric surge in RSV, ... Order cites pediatric surge in RSV, as well as COVID and the flu
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City officials to discuss converting hotels to housing
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Public meeting on the plan proposed ... Public meeting on the plan proposed by Mayor Keller is set for Tuesday