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    For Lobo Josh Kerr, It’s a RUNderful life

    By Aleks Mihailovic/ NM News Port / On March 10th, Lobo track & field middle-distance runner Josh Kerr ran to victory in the one-mile race at the NCAA Championships held in College Station, Texas. His time of 3:57:02 was 1.3 seconds faster than the runner-up, Virginia Tech’s Vincent Ciattei, and Kerr’s was the eighth-fastest time […]

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    Brewing Industry in New Mexico Still Expanding

      By Felecia Pohl and Autumn Scott / NM News Port /   The brewing industry in New Mexico is growing at a rapid pace, with more than 90 craft breweries around the state in 2018, compared to 25 in 2011. There are many reasons why New Mexico is an appealing place to open a […]

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    Working Together to Preserve a Community

    By Nichole Harwood / NM News Port /   Historic Nob Hill has been a staple of Albuquerque since Central Avenue became part of Route 66 in 1937 and prides itself on its historical buildings and its many locally owned businesses. The community has worked together for years to balance its goals for historical preservation while […]

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    Local Japanese League Retraces Japanese Internment in NM

    By Marco Torrez / NM News Port / In 1942, President Roosevelt signed Executive order 9066 authorizing the removal of all Japanese peoples from the west coast region into internment camps. More than 115 thousand Japanese Americans were rounded up. Six thousand were held in four locations around New Mexico until they were released in […]

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    Nine of 13 APS high schools see graduation rates increase

    By Elias Manriquez/ New Mexico News Port/ The statewide high school graduation rates for the class of 2017 were released by the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED), showing improvement at nine of 13 traditional high schools in the Albuquerque Public Schools (APS). However, overall, the state of New Mexico ranks among the worst when […]

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    Santa Fe Savors Cinema

    By Jeremy Zeilik and Sophie Wickert / NM News Port / With 34 screens, the city of Santa Fe has one of the highest movie screens per resident ratio in the U.S. With over 80,000 residents according to the most recent US Census, Santa Fe’s screen to resident ratio is approximately one screen per every […]

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