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    The pilgrimage to El Santuario De Chimayo, a New Mexico tradition

    By Alanie Rael / NM News Port / New Mexico is rooted in deep traditions passed down for generations and, for Catholics, one of those traditions is the annual pilgrimage to El Santuario De Chimayo. The Good Friday crusade commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, drawing thousands of people to the event 30 miles north […]

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    Dire streets: Roadways and broken promises on the Navajo Nation

    By Amy Linn and Alysa Landry / Searchlight NM / SANOSTEE, N.M. — Sharon Begay knows this road by heart. The 43-year-old mother of two has spent a lifetime memorizing the jagged surface and thuggish boulders that define Indian Service Route 5010. Locals just call it “the road” and gauge distances with landmarks: windmills, S-curves, […]

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    Exhibit outlines history and controversy around use of Zia symbol

    By Mikayla Nowell and Kaylee Trainum / NM News Port / The Zia symbol, a symbol that has become synonymous with state pride, can be seen throughout New Mexico on logos, coffee mugs, T-shirts and even tattoos. Many people are familiar with the symbol, but it’s history and origins are not as well known. Ours: […]

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    Winning Coffee at risk of closure

    By Matthew Narvaiz and Shelby Coen / NM News Port / Winning Coffee, located near the University of New Mexico in the Bricklight District, isn’t your usual grab-and-go coffee shop. When you enter Winning, there are two white fridges to the left of the register, and the ice cubes used for cold drinks are scooped […]

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    UNM Museum on Dwindling Wolves in New Mexico

    By Anthony Chavez and Gabrielle Hockstra-Johnson / NM News Port / The Lobo has been the mascot for the University of New Mexico for almost 100 years, but its live counterpart, the Mexican wolf, is slowly disappearing in the wild. UNM’s Maxwell Museum takes a firm stance towards conservation in its new temporary exhibit titled […]

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    ABQ and UNM partner to help park dwellers

    By Ally Rael and Madison Sparrato / NM News Port / When most people wake up for the day, their first stop is the bathroom where the usual necessities are at arm’s reach: toilet paper, towels and a toothbrush. For people experiencing homelessness in Albuquerque, waking up and using a bathroom is a luxury they […]

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    New law empowers state support for NM families

    By Benjamin Yazza / NM News Port / New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham recently signed Senate Bill 22, to create a new state agency, the Early Childhood Education and Care Department. Its purpose is to offer every child in New Mexico the best opportunity to succeed in school, work and life by providing for […]

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    Chocolate and Coffee Festival brings thousands to Expo New Mexico

    By Bethany Johnson / NM News Port / “Chocolate! Free Chocolate!” Those are the first words you hear entering the Southwest Coffee and Chocolate Fest at Expo New Mexico on March 16th and 17. Festival workers handed out free chocolate at the main doors. Beyond that were corridors filled with vendors of coffee, chocolate, gourmet […]

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