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Former New Mexico Environment Secretary Ryan Flynn is taking over as executive…

Former New Mexico Environment Secretary Ryan Flynn is taking over as executive director of the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association, the organization said Friday.

One of the colorful chapters in the history of New Mexico that is scarcely remembered now involved the annual cosecha de sal, or salt harvest, regularly undertaken by our pioneer settlers.

Anyone who reads much on the history of colonial New Mexico will sooner or later run across the word genízaro. It was a true “localism,” a term used in its own way, with a special meaning to the people of the Rio Grande Valley.

Historically, when prominent public officials have been caught with their hands in the metaphorical cookie jar, the legislature has met and not much has happened in the way of ethics reform.

Juan Rodriguez, a Colombian immigrant and Republican businessman in Des Moines, is on a mission to persuade his employees, nearly all Hispanic Democrats, to elect a president from what they think of as the party of white guys.

Two more New Mexico legislators, Reps. James Roger Madalena and Andy Nuñez, face an official inquiry over their use of campaign funds, the Secretary of State’s Office said Wednesday.

Two more New Mexico legislators, Reps. James Roger Madalena and Andy Nuñez, face an official inquiry over their use of campaign funds, the Secretary of State’s Office said Wednesday.

New Mexico and Washington state don’t distinguish between the type of licenses issued to U.S. citizens and people without proof of immigration status.

Report highlights New Mexico’s rare immigrant licenses policy

State Rep. Monica Youngblood, R-Albuquerque, says St. Joseph’s Children broke…

Lawmaker files ethics complaint over New Mexico Truth ads - The Santa Fe New…

For about two weeks, the North Carolina Republican Party touted plans by New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez to speak at its state convention next month. On Monday, however, a Martinez spokesman said she won’t be going to the Tar Heel State.

For about two weeks, the North Carolina Republican Party touted plans by New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez to speak at its state convention next month. On Monday, however, a Martinez spokesman said she won’t be going to the Tar Heel State.

Trail Dust: Only a few portraits show Spanish colonial figures

Thinking back on an episode at Querétaro, Mexico, I was reminded that we are lacking images, not only of Coronado, but of most of the major figures in New Mexico’s Spanish colonial history.

Above-average temperatures, mixed with high winds and back-to-back days of dryness, led to rapid snowmelt in March, as well as a spike in wildland fires.

Above-average temperatures, mixed with high winds and back-to-back days of dryness, led to rapid snowmelt in March, as well as a spike in wildland fires.

“Three years after the fact, and we are still plodding through this,” Shannon Freedle, who was an executive with the now-defunct Teambuilders Counseling Services in Santa Fe.

“Three years after the fact, and we are still plodding through this,” Shannon Freedle, who was an executive with the now-defunct Teambuilders Counseling Services in Santa Fe.

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