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400 More Forest Service Jobs on Way to ABQ
Romero 1 Point Behind Wilson in Poll
Balloons Replace Hail

•  Vaccine Shortage Nearly 50,000

•  Flu-Shot Shortage to Hit New Mexico Adults

•  U.S. Flu Vaccine Supply Cut in Half

•  APS To Remain One School District

•  Residents Air Paseo Extension Concerns

•  Middle School Principal Accused of DWI

•  Ex-ENMU Leader Was 'the Best'

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•  Black Attorney Was a 'Mentor to the Rest of Us'

•  First Private Craft Flies 62 Miles High Twice in 2 Weeks

•  New Mexico Tech Signs Contract for Telescope

•  LANL Scientists' Tiny Tube the Longest in the World

•  Albuquerque High Boys Soccer Team Has Shot at Postseason Berth

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•  Prep Volleyball: Rams Turn Back Eagles

•  Food, Service at the Palace Is Fit for a King

•  Restaurant Offers Tasty Variety in Pleasant Setting

•  Le French Corner Delights With Entrees, Baked Goodies

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Flight of the Nations
[+] Balloon Fiesta 2004 Slideshow
Marla Brose/Journal
Carrie Zellers of Albuquerque holds her daughters Raven Zellers, 5, center, and Cypress Zellers, 2, during Flight of the Nations mass ascension Wednesday morning.

Pilot Prep Includes Weather, Safety Tips
By Lloyd Jojola / Journal
  As many spectators sniff out hot coffee or breakfast burritos, the hundreds of pilots taking part in the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta gather at a tower on the west side of the launch field.

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  • Journal Poll: Pearce Stays Ahead of King
    By David Miles / Journal
      SANTA FE— Republican incumbent Steve Pearce remains ahead of Democratic challenger Gary King in the 2nd Congressional District race, although King's position might have improved, a new Journal poll found.

    City May Snag 600 More Aircraft Jobs
    By Andrew Webb / Journal
      Two more aircraft companies have plans to build planes at Albuquerque's Double Eagle II airport, where they could create a combined 550 to 600 high-paying jobs.

    Vaccine Shortage Nearly 50,000
    By Jackie Jadrnak / Journal
      New Mexico probably needs about 250,000 doses of flu vaccine to meet the demand from high-risk people who want to be immunized, according to an estimate from the state Department of Health.

    Voting Early
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    Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Journal
    Sandra Pacheco casts her ballot Wednesday on an early voting machine at the Bernalillo County Clerk's Office. About 620 people have showed up to cast ballots since early voting began Tuesday.

    County Sees Upswing in Early Voting
    By Dan McKay / Journal
      David Adams' plans for lunch fell through Wednesday, so he dropped by the Bernalillo County Clerk's Office to vote.

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