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Broadband goes local in Montana and New Mexico

The digital divide is being sliced in two Western states where a rural telecommunications provider, Nemont Telephone Cooperative of Scobey, Mont., and the city of Santa Fe, N.M., have taken it upon themselves to fill the gap between narrowband and broadband.

Retrotechtacular: Stateside Assembly and Launch of V-2 Rockets

At the end of World War II, the United States engaged in Operation Paperclip to round up German V-2 rockets and their engineers. The destination for these rockets? White Sands Proving Grounds in the New Mexico desert, where they would...Show More Summary

2016 New Mexico commit Mitch Lightfoot decides to reopen recruitment

Lightfoot was on the receiving end of offers from Arizona State and Utah before committing to UNM, and the new staff at ASU has already reached out to him.

Botulism Suspected: Two Adults From New Mexico Hospitalized in Texas

The New Mexico Department of Health is cooperating with the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on an investigation of two patients who are hospitalized in Texas with suspected botulism. The source is currently being investigated but is likely contaminated food, according to NM officials. The... Continue Reading

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 11 - 17 April 2015

One thing about the California drought - many seem intent upon pointing to others as being 'water wasters'. It's also prompted some to produce information like the one in the graphic from colleague Brian Hurd at New Mexico State University. Now you can eat and drink responsibly! User's Guide...

2015 Mountain West football power rankings, from Boise State to UNLV

Utah State could be excellent, and New Mexico and San Jose State could surprise, but Boise State is the runaway favorite for both the MWC title and a New Year's bowl bid. At the end of each conference run-through (here's the whole Mountain West), I take a look at how I perceive the conference's balance of power heading into the season. Show More Summary

U.S. Warning Against Travel To "Many Parts" Of Mexico Shows Small Improvements

In a new Travel Warning, the U.S. government is calling Americans to defer travel to "many parts" of eight Mexican states, where "crime and violence are serious problems and can occur anywhere"

Christie: ‘If I Run I Will Beat Hillary Clinton’

Easy for him to say. Christie named Pennsylvania, New Mexico and New Hampshire as formally blue states that he believes he can turn red in a race against Clinton. The potential candidate also followed up his recent description of tax funds from marijuana sales as “blood money” with some equally harsh rhetoric about what he [...]

Ford to spend $2.5B on two new plants in Mexico, report claims

last weekVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The investment is expected to be split between a new engine plant in Chihuahua state and a new transmission factory in Guanajuato state.

New Mexico Boosts Film Incentives Again

New Mexico Governor Susana has signed a second bill in seven days that boosts the state's film incentives program. The new legislation extends the state's existing 30% tax incentives for TV series to include stand-alone pilot episodes and makes...Show More Summary

Law Enforcement Can No Longer Seize Property From Innocent People In New Mexico

The state has previously been one of the worst offenders. The post Law Enforcement Can No Longer Seize Property From Innocent People In New Mexico appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Toyota to invest $1 billion for new Mexico plant, create 2,400 jobs-source

By Joanna Zuckerman Bernstein and Alexandra Alper MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp will spend $1 billion to build a car factory in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato, with plans to announce the investment on Wednesday, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said. Show More Summary

New Mexico JC forward verbally commits to Colorado State

Given their losses in the front court, this is an important commitment for Colorado State as they look to once again contend in the Mountain West.

THE HILL: Border Braces for New Surge. “Migration analysts project that almost 40,000 unaccompanie…

THE HILL: Border Braces for New Surge. “Migration analysts project that almost 40,000 unaccompanied children will try to cross into the United States from Mexico this year, down almost 45 percent from 2014. That’s still likely to be one of the highest surges on record, however, and is expected to strain border personnel and potentially […]

New U.S. offshore oil drilling rule planned: New York Times

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is planning to impose a major new regulation on offshore oil and gas drilling to try to prevent the kind of explosions that caused the catastrophic BP Plc oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing Obama administration officials. Show More Summary

How the Jalisco New Generation Cartel Is Terrorizing the People of Western Mexico

2 weeks agoNews : Vice News

Not even Mexico's famous tequila industry is immune to extortion and intimidation linked to the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion. On March 19, the group carried out another ambush on state forces, leaving 11 dead.

NASA Investigates Mysterious Four Corners Area

Trivia buffs know that the only spot in the United States where one can stand in four states simultaneously is at the convergence of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. It’s an area deemed sacred by many Native American tribes and believed by some spiritualists to be...

Viewing Picks for April 8, 2015

All Times Eastern College Baseball Columbia at St. John’s — ESPN3, 3:30 p.m. New Mexico at Kansas — ESPN3, 4 p.m. Mississippi Valley State at Arkansas — SEC Network Plus, 4 p.m. Kentucky at Louisville — ESPN3, 6 p.m. Georgia State at Auburn — SEC Network Plus, 7 p.m. The Citadel at South Carolina — […] The post Viewing Picks for April 8, 2015 appeared first on Awful Announcing.

New Mexico Governor Signs New Tax Incentive Bill

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez signed a bill today that will allow production companies to pre-assign their tax rebates to third parties. Unlike many states that require producers to sell their credits at a discount, New MexicoShow More Summary

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