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Albuquerque Journal
T.M. PEPPERDAY, Publisher 1926-1956
C. THOMPSON LANG, Publisher 1956-1971
T.H. LANG, Publisher, 1971 - 2012
W.P. LANG, Publisher
Karen Moses, Editor-In-Chief / Senior VP News



An Independent Newspaper
Published at Journal Center
7777 Jefferson NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109-4343
505-823-7777
by Journal Publishing Co.
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Editorial: With 3 strikes already, will new PRC work?
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From the Editorial Board: Latest sign ... From the Editorial Board: Latest sign of dysfunction is commissioner's recusal from PNM-Avangrid merger, should it resurface.
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Editorial: State ordered workers back, but forgot offices
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From the Editorial Board: Why the ... From the Editorial Board: Why the urgency to send state workers back to unready offices?
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Editorial: APD’s better than tweets
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From the Editorial Board: If Police ... From the Editorial Board: If Police Chief Medina doesn't insist his staff keep communication professional, Mayor Tim Keller should.
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Editorial: Desk-job civilians may help strengthen APD
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From the Editorial Board: Mayor Keller ... From the Editorial Board: Mayor Keller and APD have taken prudent steps to address the chronic officer shortage.
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Editorial: State needs to find out how these small ...
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From the Editorial Board: New Mexico ... From the Editorial Board: New Mexico lawmakers need to pick the brains of successful small business owners and listen to them.
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Editorial: It’s early in the session, but inaction on ...
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From the Editorial Board: Lawmakers, so ... From the Editorial Board: Lawmakers, so far, have done little to nothing on attracting private-sector companies in pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and PPE; aerospace; microelectronics; ...
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Editorial: Will free K-12 lunches just end up in ...
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From the Editorial Board: Free ... From the Editorial Board: Free lunches can help address child hunger and nutrition, if they don't end up in the waste bin.
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Editorial: Professionals don’t drink on the job
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From the Editorial Board: If state ... From the Editorial Board: If state lawmakers want to be a professional Legislature, they can start by being sober on the job.
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Editorial: Wait, did we just spend $3.8M on 'trash' ...
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From the Editorial Board: Taxpayers deserve ... From the Editorial Board: Taxpayers deserve to know when their elected officials spend millions of dollars on public safety, it delivers for our deputies ...