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La Cueva QB Armenta: The total package

It wasn’t always a sure thing that Aidan Armenta would be a La Cueva Bear. A current Pittsburgh Steeler nearly changed his future color scheme. “It’s a funny story, actually,” said Armenta, La Cueva High’s senior quarterback. “My sister and basically my whole family, most of my cousins, went to Eldorado. And I lived in […]

Prep Football: Changes afoot at Rio Rancho and Cleveland

RIO RANCHO — Let’s clear this up at the start: Robert Garza’s skill set dwarfs that of Nate Pino. “I don’t like to brag,” Garza said, “but I’m gonna have to take that one.” This declaration comes with a laugh. This is, after all, just slow-pitch softball. “I remember hitting a few more home runs […]

West Mesa Murders

Albuquerque Journal Special Report West Mesa Murders Timeline Overview The victims Possible suspects Crime Scene Archive Timeline Case Overview On Feb. 2, 2009, a woman walking her dog stumbled across a human bone — the first of many in what would become one of the largest crime scenes in American history. At first, the pace […]

Victims of the West Mesa Murders

« Back to main Albuquerque Journal Special Report West Mesa Murder Victims   Jamie Barela Jamie Barela, 15, was last seen with her 23-year-old cousin Evelyn Salazar heading to a park at San Mateo and Gibson SE in April 2004. Neither woman was ever seen again until their bones turned up in the mass grave […]

Local AHA members picked to lead New Mexico Heart Walk

Tony Watt and Nathan Cogburn have a big job ahead of them They are ready for the challenge. Watt, regional director at Genesis Health Care, and Cogburn, vice president of network development and contracting at Western Sky Community Care, are the co-chairs for the 2022 New Mexico Heart Walk. The event is put on by […]

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Man charged in June road rage death of two ...
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Los Ranchos postpones discussion on moratoriums
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Garland asks court to unseal warrant for Mar-a-Lago search
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RRPD locates vehicle, detains person following police shooting
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Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first ...
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Fire could impact Las Vegas water system for years
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Accused killer had been asked to leave mosque
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'Excited to be back'
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Albuquerque approves its first safe outdoor space
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