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Terms of Services

Albuquerque Journal Invoice and Website Subscriptions Terms:

Albuquerque Journal subscriptions include unlimited access to our digital replica edition “eJournal”, our Apps, and our website abqjournal.com. For your convenience, delivery and billing of your subscription(s) are self-renewing and will continue beyond the initial term. Future prices are subject to change. Your account will not be credited for vacation/stop interruptions. Refunds will not be provided for any subscriptions. We do not provide credit, refunds, or prorated billing for subscriptions that are cancelled mid-term. In such a circumstance, you will continue to have access to abqjournal.com and the eJournal until the end of your payment term.

All home delivered daily subscriptions “Sunday through Saturday”, weekend subscriptions “Friday, Saturday, Sunday”, and Sunday Only Subscriptions “Sunday” will include the delivery of the Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day editions as well as up to twelve premium issues per year. Premium issues are published to provide additional information and value to our readers. You agree that you will be charged an additional fee for each premium issue published and delivered to you during your subscription period, as part of the cost of your subscription. The length of your subscription will be shortened by the publication of premium issues if those premium issues are delivered to you during your subscription. However, rather than have your subscription shortened, you may elect not to receive the premium issue by calling Customer Service at 505-823-4400. Thus, unless you elect not to receive the premium issue, you agree that the length of your subscription will be shortened in proportion to the value of the number of premium issues published and delivered to you during your subscription period. Depending upon the length of your subscription and the timing of the publication and delivery of premium issues, you will not be charged for any premium issue if none are published and delivered to you during your subscription. As such, in that case only, the length of your subscription will not be shortened.

After three years terminated accounts with a credit balance will be sent to the State of New Mexico, Unclaimed Property Division, less $25 dormancy fee.

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Yep. The Intel crane in Rio Rancho has an ...
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The largest crane at Rio Rancho’s ... The largest crane at Rio Rancho’s Intel plant, a 450-foot giant with a load capacity of 800 tons, has its own Instagram fan page. ...
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Medicaid provider procurement process canceled
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HSD says decision made after departures ... HSD says decision made after departures of Secretary Scrase and Medicaid Director Nicole Comeaux
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Rebel rebound: Albuquerque donut shop adapts after fire
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Rebel Donuts switches to selling sweets ... Rebel Donuts switches to selling sweets from their van
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Rio Rancho police shoot, kill person after confrontation at ...
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Rio Rancho Police officers shot and ... Rio Rancho Police officers shot and killed somebody during a confrontation at an apartment complex shortly after midnight Tuesday.
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Rebel Donut suffers 'extensive damage' from weekend fire
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Bill aimed at bolstering NM's patchwork rural health care ...
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A proposal to tap New Mexico's ... A proposal to tap New Mexico's revenue windfall to bolster health care services in rural parts of the state where residents frequently have to ...
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New Mexico’s checkerspot butterfly placed on Endangered Species List
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With more Sacramento Mountains checkerspot butterflies ... With more Sacramento Mountains checkerspot butterflies being raised at the ABQ BioPark than found in the wild, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is ...
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Grand jury indicts Solomon Pena in scheme targeting Democratic ...
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Solomon Pena, a 39-year-old failed Republican ... Solomon Pena, a 39-year-old failed Republican candidate for the state legislature, was arrested earlier this month and indicted by a grand jury on Friday.
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New Mexico faces a budget abyss if oil and ...
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Report predicts $36 billion revenue deficit ... Report predicts $36 billion revenue deficit in 15 years possible
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16 investigative teams, 800 priority warrants: Albuquerque Police Department’s ...
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The city has unveiled more detailed ... The city has unveiled more detailed plans for how it will use $20 million it’s requested for the task