Single Socks seeks store manager

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Single Socks

Single Socks is a non-profit, community-owned thrift


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From smart devices to landfill optimization, there are so many ways that technology is changing waste


Severing Ties

By Elaine Carlson

This year the New York Metropolitan Opera performed the Ukrainian national


A Good Use For The Word Queen

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I have been reading the American Edition of Eats, Shoots and Leaves by Lynne


A Medical Demonstration

A Short Short Story by Elaine Carlson

"Hello. I am Becky," she said. "I am going to demonstrate


The Benefits of Using Injection Molding for Your Toy Idea

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If you have a fantastic idea for a new toy, you’ll need to know how to bring it to life. Read on to


Like A Bat Out of Hell

Some Ruminations in the Morning
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Where did the expression "Bat out of hell" (or


Maybe Stupid Questions

By Elaine Carlson

Quick: Why do you think Scott Peterson was convicted of killing his wife Laci and


Tips for Building a Better Printed Circuit Board

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Green Gas Tax Fails to Pass in a Middle of the Night Vote

Estimates Put The Cost of Bill at .35 Cents Per Gallon

Albuquerque – Power The Future


Senator Republicans Applaud Senate Passage of Tax Bill

Republican proposed tax relief coming for New Mexico Seniors, Veterans, and Families

SANTA FE — In the final


Wizard of Id Comic for February 17, 2022


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B.C. Comic for February 17, 2022


BY: Mason Mastroianni, Mick Mastroianni, and Johnny Hart

Frank Gomez announces for re-election as Sheriff

frank gomezAfter having served as your elected Sheriff since January 2019, I am announcing my candidacy for


NMSU astronomy professors welcome new robotic system at Apache Point Observatory

Hundreds of half-dollar-sized robots are changing the way the 2.5-meter Sloan Digital Sky Survey


NMSU staff member wins national sweepstakes, gives back to Aggie Cupboard

Elaine Lopez, assistant manager of the ticket office for special events at New Mexico State


NMSU selects Dorothy Campbell as interim provost

New Mexico State University has selected Dorothy Campbell as its interim provost and chief


Man suspected of robbing third Albuquerque bank

The FBI and Albuquerque Police Department are seeking the public's assistance to identify the


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Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Today is the final full day of the legislative


Attorney General Hector Balderas Announces $415 Million in Additional Relief for Students Defrauded by ITT Tech

Albuquerque, NM— Attorney General Hector Balderas, alongside the federal Department of Education and


I-10 pavement reconstruction project

LORDSBURG - The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office in cooperation with


AG Balderas, Environment Secretary Kenney and Trustee Hart Stebbins Announce Landmark Litigation Milestone That Will Benefit Communities in Northwest New Mexico

SANTA FE — New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham,


White Sands Missile Range - US 70 Roadblock

LAS CRUCES - The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office (NMDOT) along with


$200,000 is Available to Organizations in Need of Capacity Building Resources

Santa Fe, NM — New Mexico is about to see unprecedented levels of federal funds through the CARES


LEDA Assistance Awarded to Warehouse, Distribution Company

Aspen & Autumn’s Expansion will Create 71 Jobs

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A food and beverage


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