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Legislature Revives Capital Outlay: 295 Million In Funding Restored

by Staff Reporter / Jun 09, 2015 / comments

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by ericv / Jun 08, 2015 / comments

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New Mexico 'Summer of Encore Mentoring' Events For Entrepreneurs Age 50 And Older

by Staff Reporter / Jun 08, 2015 / comments

New Mexico 'Summer of Encore Mentoring' Events For Entrepreneurs Age 50 And Older 

WASHINGTON ― The U.S. Small Business Administration and AARP are partnering to host “Summer of Encore Mentoring” educational events for older Americans who want to start or expand small businesses.

Massing Of The Colors Highlights Flag Day June 13

by Staff Reporter / Jun 07, 2015 / comments

Massing Of The Colors Highlights Flag Day June 13 

State Police Warn Of Warrant Fee Scam

by Carol Clark / Jun 06, 2015 / comments

State Police Warn Of Warrant Fee Scam

LAS CRUCES – The New Mexico State Police Las Cruces District has received numerous reports from citizens advising they received a phone call and informed they had a warrant for their arrest and were required to pay over the phone a warrant fee to clear the arrest.

Special Session Called For Monday: Capital Outlay, Business Tax Package And Other Items On Agenda

by Staff Reporter / Jun 06, 2015 / comments

RTD (Blue Bus) Board Approves Budget: New & Modified Routes Planned

by Staff Reporter / Jun 06, 2015 / comments

RTD (Blue Bus) Board Approves Budget: New & Modified Routes Planned

ESPAÑOLA - At its monthly Board meeting, the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) Board of Directors unanimously adopted the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Budget.

Cybersecurity Incident May Threaten LANL Workers and Subcontractors

by Staff Reporter / Jun 05, 2015 / comments

Cybersecurity Incident May Threaten LANL Workers and Subcontractors

LOS ALAMOS – On Thursday afternoon all Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) employees were notified by the Lab of a cybersecurity incident that could put LANL employees and subcontractors personal information at risk.

Officials Reach Special Legislative Session Agreement

by Carol Clark / Jun 04, 2015 / comments

Heinrich Fights For N.M. Water Priorities, Discusses Drought Relief Projects In Committee Hearing

by Staff Reporter / Jun 04, 2015 / comments

Heinrich Fights For N.M. Water Priorities, Discusses Drought Relief Projects In Committee Hearing

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