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New grocery store approved near Rust Medical Center
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The Rio Rancho Governing Board at ... The Rio Rancho Governing Board at its June 23 meeting approved site plans for Albertsons Market Street @ The Village near the new Presbyterian ...
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Primary results certified as November election looms
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Just over 25% of eligible New ... Just over 25% of eligible New Mexico voters cast ballots in the June 7 election
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Isotopes continue homer trend in grand fashion
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The Isotopes have hit a PCL-leading ... The Isotopes have hit a PCL-leading 112 homers this season, but also allowed a Triple-A high 130 long balls.
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Editorial: Try a staycation to help New Mexico's fire-ravaged ...
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New Mexicans are not far removed ... New Mexicans are not far removed from making conscious financial choices to help neighbors in a time ...
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Bloomfield boy overcomes traumatic eye injury
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A day of playing in the ... A day of playing in the backyard resulted into severe eye trauma for a New Mexico boy. ...
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Keeping an eye on child obesity
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In the last column we discussed ... In the last column we discussed what is BMI and how is it calculated. We also discussed that the ran ...
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Rockets away in New Mexico
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Teams from around the globe gather ... Teams from around the globe gather to compete in the Spaceport America Cup
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One of ABQ’s newest speed cameras stolen off its ...
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Just over two weeks after the ... Just over two weeks after the city's mobile speed enforcement device on Lead at Cornell started issuing tickets, vandals removed the camera box
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Lobo hoops: Youth have their moments at Pitino basketball ...
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Lobo players and young Lobo fans ... Lobo players and young Lobo fans filled the Pit on Tuesday as part of the first Richard Pitino youth basketball camp at UNM.