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Governor adds stimulus spending to session agenda
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Legal clash over the handling of ... Legal clash over the handling of the funds poised to intensify as Lujan Grisham accused of spend
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Rio Arriba sheriff resigns as 3-year sentence is imposed
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Judge: Officials 'must be held to ... Judge: Officials 'must be held to higher standard'
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Report: Oil, gas tax revenue hits record $5.3 billion
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Industry's critical contribution to budget noted, ... Industry's critical contribution to budget noted, even as climate-related regulations are imposed
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Rio Arriba Sheriff Lujan guilty of 2 felonies
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James Lujan remained free pending a ... James Lujan remained free pending a sentencing hearing Thursday
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'Rust' supplier may have mistakenly provided live rounds
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Investigation by the Santa Fe County ... Investigation by the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office has centered around how live ammunition got onto the set and where it came from
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Elk poached at Bandelier National Monument
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Park rangers are seeking the public's ... Park rangers are seeking the public's help in finding those responsible for that killing, as well as the death of a mule deer
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Cloud seeding company retracts application
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Proposed project drew opposition from locals, ... Proposed project drew opposition from locals, organizations over 'potential for environmental damage'
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NM weighs use of federal money for broadband
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Stimulus, infrastructure bills offer chance, legislators ... Stimulus, infrastructure bills offer chance, legislators told
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NM has no omicron cases, but struggles with delta ...
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Signs show virus surge could be ... Signs show virus surge could be slowing in state