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    Mayor, City Give Vets an Early Gift for July 4
    By Debra Dominguez and Paul Logan / Journal
      Behind the gates of Fairview Memorial Park sits stark contrast. One area of the cemetery, at 700 Yale SE, has well-manicured green lawns shaded by beautiful towering trees. The older area is ornamented with nothing more than dirt and two- to three-foot-high weeds


    Gov. Pays Up to $200,000 For New Ideas
    By Colleen Heild / Journal
      Wanted: a professional consultant to come up with new policy ideas for Gov. Bill Richardson's administration.


    DWI: A N.M. Tragedy
    By Leslie Linthicum / Journal
      DORA— Travis Belcher was 17 and drunk on the cool October night last year when he raced his pickup truck across a field outside of Dora, sailed across a dirt road and hit a bar ditch going 60 mph. When the dust had settled, a teenage night under the stars with good friends and a case of beer had turned into a nightmare.

    Getting Another Chance
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    Former Lobos coach Mike Sheppard had a rocky time at New Mexico, but he's landed on his feet. These days he serves as the New Orleans Saints offensive coordinator.

    Former UNM Football Coach Mike Sheppard Has Lost Games, Never His Optimism
    By Brad Moore / Journal
      NEW ORLEANS— Here's Mike Sheppard, the guy who disappeared from the lens of New Mexico 14 years ago. He's got his hands on his knees, peering at a play being run in practice.

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    Former UNM Football Coach Mike Sheppard Has Lost Games, Never His Optimism more

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