Monday, December 19, 2011
New Mexico News
By Heath Haussamen • News • After surveying New Mexico voters recently, a left-leaning polling company says President Barack Obama’s re-election chances in the state look good.
More than 6 inches of snow is expected over much of the northeast highlands, east-central and northeast plains and winds gusts could hit 40 mph.
By Emanuele Corso • Commentary • What bothers me most about the current war against public education is that it is a-historical. It is as if schools suddenly went bad a few months ago or coincidentally with Jeb Bush needing something to keep himself busy when his term of office in Florida expired.
Calling all food lovers! Have a favorite holiday recipe that you plan to make this season? We want to hear it! The Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau is seeking your best New Mexican-inspired holiday recipe (think tamales, green chile, blue corn, bizcochitos, etc.).
Standing outside the Albuquerque Public Schools headquarters on Sunday a new anti-bullying coalition said it wants change.
The federal Homeland Security and Justice departments have been quietly sending in more federal agents throughout New Mexico at the request of cash-strapped police and sheriffs' departments.
The New Mexico Retiree Health Care Authority is considering setting a minimum retirement age before health care subsidies becomes available.
Andrew Orrell, who headed up a site study for the Sandia National Lab in New Mexico, says it would be premature for anyone to worry about their neighborhood becoming a potential high-level waste site.