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    Fleck: New Tangle for LES 4:36pm MDT, 8 Jul

    Peretti: EA nabs local baller 3:25pm 8 Jul

    NM Politics: Domenici, Richardson statements on London terror attacks.

    1) Rape Case Dropped; Firefighter Says Allegation 'Shattered' His Life

    2) Lobo Men: Giddens Gets Sales Pitch From Granger

    3) Officer Facing Extortion Charges

    DWI: A N.M. Tragedy
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    •  APS to Redraw Attendance Boundaries

    •  City-Sponsored Program Gives Out 11,000 Meals Per Day to Local Kids

    •  Development Moratorium Ends Monday

    •  Respected Car Dealer Grew Up in Automobile Business

    •  Entrepreneur Promoted Tourism Industry

    •  Service to Honor Educator

    •  Local Scientist Finds Volcanic Activity Discovery on Mars Wasn't Bad News

    •  Rep.: Lab Transfer Not Cost Efficient

    •  New Wireless Mode Taps Into Stealth Potential

    •  Ex-La Cueva Runner Clark Is Returning as a Head Coach

    •  Two Share Top Baseball Honor

    •  Stanojevic Returns to High School Coaching

    •  Reinvented Italian Restaurant Is a Delight From Start to Finish

    •  Discover West Side Nirvana

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    Saturday, Jul. 09, 2005 Tonight's Forecast: Partly cloudy with isolated t-storms with little or no rain . . . more weather.        
    Hurricane Dennis Roars Toward Gulf Coast
    National, World News:
    London Police Revise Timeline for Blasts
    North Korea to Resume 6-Nation Nuke Talks

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  • Rape Case Dropped; Firefighter Says Allegation 'Shattered' His Life
    By Carolyn Carlson / Journal
      Last December, Jon Aquilina was living his dream. He had a good job as a civilian firefighter at Kirtland Air Force Base and said his life was moving in the right direction.

     Saturday, Jul. 09, 2005 (Updated at 02:24:48 PM)
    Gov. Announces 29th Film in N.M.
    SANTA FE — Add "Astronaut Farmer'' to the list of films and TV productions set in New Mexico. Gov. Bill Richardson announced Friday that Warner Bros. will shoot the feature film this fall in central and northern N.M.

    Officer Facing Extortion Charges
    By T.J. Wilham / Journal
      A Washington Redskins jersey, Hooters gift certificates, shrimp, cash and breakfast from McDonald's bought some jail inmates clean urine drug tests and favorable court testimony.

    Vets Waiting for Answers
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    Greg Sorber/Journal
    The Rev. James Rivers talks about the closing of the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 3 near Fourth and Mountain. The building is up for sale.

    Disabled Vets Ask Why Chapter Was Closed and Building Put Up for Sale
    By Barbara Armijo / Journal
      A dusty, weather-beaten United States flag hangs next to a state flag in the same condition outside the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 3 building.

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    Religious Community Shows Creative Faith; Exhibit to Link Art, Spirituality more


    Lobo Men: Giddens Gets Sales Pitch From Granger more

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    Mountain Bikers Try To Survive "The Pit of Despair" more

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