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    Our earliest experiences — good and bad — can be our most important, experts say

    By Sara Solovitch / Searchlight NM / Longtime friends and colleagues Deborah Harris and Jane Clarke have been leaders in developing infant mental health programs in New Mexico. Harris, an independently licensed social worker, and Clarke, whose background is in language and communication disorders, together developed the first Infant Team in New Mexico, created to […]

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    NDI shares passion for dance with the children of New Mexico

    By Taylor Rains, Brooklyn Green and Alea White / NM News Port / It’s an October Saturday morning at The National Dance Institute of New Mexico (NDI). The stage of the Hiland Theater is filling up as instructors and dancers gather for rehearsals. Children can be seen reuniting with friends as parents take their waiting […]

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    FBI crime data shows statewide decline in rape cases, but an ABQ increase

    By Sky Willard and Nash Reynolds / NM News Port / Amidst increases in property and violent crime in New Mexico from 2016 to 2017, the latest FBI Uniform Crime Report (UCR) showed a significant drop in the number of reported rapes statewide. However, in the Albuquerque metro area, all crime stats, including rape, were […]

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    Netflix deal to bring thousands to the film workforce

    By Justine Lopez / NM News Port / The Albuquerque City Council approved, and Mayor Tim Keller has signed, an economic incentive package for Netflix to help them purchase Albuquerque Studios as their first owned-and-operated production house in the United States. The deal will bring jobs to the local film industry and will tap into […]

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    Special Olympics Athlete Inspires Others Daily

    By Elizabeth Sanchez / NM News Port / Earlier this semester, Lucinda Ciddio walked into Santa Fe High School for a Homecoming assembly. She and her son, Santos Leyba, 18, were feeling nervous before the announcement of this year’s king and queen, she said. Basketball players helped Leyba prepare by jumping, chanting and huddling. Then, […]

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    Canadian mining company pursues New Mexico permit

    By Anthony Jackson / NM News Port / The small town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico still holds a part of its past. Its yucca strewn, sunbaked roads include names like Ore Street, Iron Street and Copper Street. Half a block from Radium Street, on Oct. 23 – 24, the New Mexico Minerals Division […]

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