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2017-07-22, Community news
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MEXICO VIOLENCE
2017-07-21, WorldNews.com
Scenes that were once unthinkable for Mexico City of drastic gun fights and cartel violence are moving in toward the city as Yesterday had a shootout that brought 1,300...
Melania Trump, right, looks on as her husband President-elect Donald Trump talks to reporters during a New Year's Eve party at Mar-a-Lago, Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, in Palm Beach, Fla.
2017-07-21, WorldNews.com
The Trump-owned Mar-a-Lago Club inPalm Beach, Florida has been making headlines as the new winter White House for the Trump administration, but this week they're being...
NBC News: Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving. ......
my SA: SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Nine people are dead and the death toll could rise after emergency crews pulled dozens of people from a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer Texas heat, victims of what officials said was an...
The Daily Times: CAMPECHE, Mexico (AP) -- MaxwellLeon homered and singled twice, scoring a couple of runs while also driving home two as the Piratas de Campeche beat the Diablos Rojos del Mexico 10-7 on Sunday. ......
The Times of India: The followingSpanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Monday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy: SIEMENS GAMESA Siemens Gamesa said on Monday it had been awarded a contract to...
Albuquerque Journal: New MexicoMEP uses the monthlong National Manufacturing Day celebration to highlight New Mexico-made products and introduce young people to the many career opportunities available in the field. The nonprofit organization’s outreach to high school and...
Albuquerque Journal: Median price indicates that half the homes sold for more; half sold for less. The following year, the recession hit hard and New Mexico’s home prices began a long decline until the recovery of recent years. The figures also show 10,410 single-family home...
Albuquerque Journal: The teenager’s estate argued that more is required of a pharmacy. Its argument was supported by the state Board of Pharmacy’s regulations. Under the regulations, a pharmacist is required to be alert for signs of “clinical abuse/misuse”...
Albuquerque Journal: So, you have a pretty big family. Is that a lot to handle? It’s a bunch, but my wife grew up on a farm in Canada, so she knows how to work. And she’s the most beautiful girl I’ve ever met. She is the most optimistic (person). She’s just...
Albuquerque Journal: The road from Albuquerque to Denver has become well-traveled for people in all kinds of professions as Colorado’s economy has outpaced the nation’s and New Mexico’s has remained near the bottom. Former New Mexico residents who now make Denver...
Albuquerque Journal: “The real story, in my opinion, is the loss of children because they are not likely to return,” Rhatigan, associate director of the University of New MexicoGeospatial and Population Studies department, said in an email. “Without something to...
Albuquerque Journal: And along those lines, the American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico has an issue with a proposal from City Councilor Trudy Jones. Jones has said that because it’s common to see panhandlers at every corner and in every intersection, “it’s...
Albuquerque Journal: City Councilor Dan Lewis, meanwhile, has spent close to $118,000 since April. The Lewis campaign paid $38,600 to StoneridgeGroup, a Georgia firm, for a variety of services, including campaign materials, web design and digital consulting. Lewis’ campaign...
Albuquerque Journal: LAS VEGAS, N.M – AHighlands University special education professor earned national recognition for his book, which is the first to chronicle the gay pride movement in Albuquerque. Paul James, “PJ,” Sedillo and his 2017 book,...
Albuquerque Journal: You owe it to yourself to get this book at cagw.org. Check your outrage meter when you’re done. In 2014, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., called earmarks “a corrupt system.” And it’s bipartisan, perhaps the only activity that qualifies for...