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  • Santos Profile, Portrait

    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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    Albuquerque moves ahead with Rail Yards cleanup

    By Justine Lopez / NM News Port / The City of Albuquerque will begin cleanup of the Downtown Rail Yards to prepare the space for redevelopment. The Albuquerque Development Commission voted to terminate the current contract with Samitaur Constructs after the 27.3 acre property sat undeveloped for nearly three years.                    The city originally began […]

  • Jonathan Nez post election

    Nez elected Navajo Nation president

    By Ally Rael / NM News Port / Not to be overlooked in Tuesday’s midterm madness, the Navajo Nation held a presidential election that resulted in Jonathan Nez being elected the nation’s 9th president. Nez, and his running mate Myron Lizer, won by a large margin — 66 to 34 percent — over opponent Joe […]

  • Xochitl Torres Small

    Final Count: Torres Small going to congress, not Herrell, in NM CD2

    LATE BREAKING With some 8000 absentee ballots added to the total, the race for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District flipped in favor of Xochitl Torres Small, the Democrat. On election night, experts had called the race for Republican Yvette Herrell. Final numbers from the N.M Secretary of State’s Office showed Torres Small winning by a […]

  • Photo Story: 2018 Albuquerque Election Watch Parties

    Photos by Amy Byres and Anna Padilla / NM News Port

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