Tuesday, November 15, 2011
It is going to start costing you a little extra if you use cash to pay your PNM bill.
Gov. Susana Martinez is visiting Mexico for a celebration recognizing the role of her great-grandfather as a revolutionary general a century ago.
According to officials, the mother was able to get away and ran next door with the two-year-old girl. She put pressure on the toddler's throat to keep her alive.
The products in question were sold between October 29 and November 2 at Walmart and Smith's grocery stores in New Mexico.
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez now says her paternal grandparents followed the law and common practices in coming to the United States from Mexico in the early 1900s, contradicting earlier indications they were illegal immigrants.
Organizers for a planned Martin Luther King Jr. center for Albuquerque hope the facility will also introduce area residents to largely forgotten civil rights leaders from New Mexico.
SANTA FE COUNTY, N.M. -- Jerome Block Jr. is back in jail. Monday, November 14, 2011.
In a project funded in part by the Recovery Act, advanced batteries are helping integrate a 500-kilowatt solar PV plant into the New Mexico grid.
The 13th annual Día de los Muertos Marigold Parade went down in the South Valley on Sunday, Nov. 6. The Alibi covered it in this week’s issue; here are those photos along with about 40 others that didn’t make it to print. Enjoy....
Source: Alibi Weblog
Published: 2011-11-13 17:00:00 GMT