You Can Live the Good Life at These Apartments in Albuquerque, NM

You Can Live the Good Life at These Apartments in Albuquerque, NM

If you are looking for a new apartment in Albuquerque you can live the good life at these apartments in Albuquerque NM. Here is why you can live the good life at these apartments.

1. Location- Living the good life in Albuquerque is easy when you choose one of these apartments, and this is because of where they are located. When choosing an apartment in the city, it’s important to choose one that is in a safe area and conveniently located near city attractions, stores and so forth. These apartments meet both of those criteria, so if you are looking to live a great life at apartments that are in a great location, then look no further than these apartments.

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Terance Mathis to be honored by alma mater New Mexico

Terance Mathis to be honored by alma mater New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – The University of New Mexico will honor one of its best and most productive wide receivers this fall by enshrining him in UNM Football’s Ring of Honor. The university says Terance Mathis’ name will go on permanent display inside the football stadium on Sept. 9 during halftime when New Mexico plays rival New Mexico State. Mathis will join Mike Williams, Bobby Santiago, Don Perkins and Brian Urlacher in the Ring of…

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Remote School near Colorado-New Mexico Border Teaches People How to Drive a Steam Train

Remote School near Colorado-New Mexico Border Teaches People How to Drive a Steam Train

By Jenny Brundin, Colorado Public Radio CHAMA, N.M. — In the thick of swirling plumes of coal-fired smoke and greasy engine parts, 11 men, mostly middle-aged and clad in blue overalls and steel-toed boots, are getting ready for a day of class. Everyone’s standing in the tiny rail village of Chama, New Mexico, gazing at clanging, heaving locomotives. “It’s a strange beast,” says Tom Chenal, a sheep farmer who hails from New Jersey. For him,…

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New Mexico to Get $18m from Volkswagen Emissions Settlement

New Mexico to Get $18m from Volkswagen Emissions Settlement

The Associated Press SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) – New Mexico is set to receive $18 million following a settlement connected to the Volkswagen smog device emissions scandal. The New Mexico Environment Department announced Monday that the agency will disburse $18 million in settlement funds, most likely for projects that will reduce nitrogen oxide levels. Volkswagen Group of America acknowledges rigging 11 million of its vehicles with software used to cheat on vehicle emissions tests. Environmental…

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Rating Change: Open Seat Gives Democrats Takeover Opportunity in New Mexico

Rating Change: Open Seat Gives Democrats Takeover Opportunity in New Mexico

New Mexico Rep. Steve Pearce’s run for governor gives Democrats an opening in his 2nd District. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo) With re-election rates often hovering above 90 percent, open seats represent a critical factor in the Democrats’ quest for a House majority. New Mexico’s 2nd District has been an elusive target for years, as long as Rep. Steve Pearce has been on the ballot. But the Republican congressman’s decision to run for governor…

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Pearce to Run for Governor of New Mexico

Pearce to Run for Governor of New Mexico

Rep. Steve Pearce, left, greets constituents who attended his town hall at the Ruidoso Convention Center in March. (Lauren Villagran/Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2017 Albuquerque Journal WASHINGTON – Rep. Steve Pearce, a Republican who has represented New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District for over 12 years, will announce his campaign for governor today. Pearce, 69, will become the second member of New Mexico’s five-member congressional delegation to shift political ambitions from Washington to Santa Fe. Rep….

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Why Living in New Mexico is Awesome

Why Living in New Mexico is Awesome

Living in New Mexico isn’t something that most people think of when they think of living in the best place in the USA, but they really should. The state has so much to offer to anyone willing to spend the time to look, and it can be really enjoyable just to hang out in your city or town as well. The state has a bit of everything, from shopping and theme parks to mysticism, traditional…

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New Mexico Death of Canadian Teacher, Husband Ruled a Murdersuicide

New Mexico Death of Canadian Teacher, Husband Ruled a Murdersuicide

The deaths of a Canadian teacher and her husband have been ruled a murder-suicide by New Mexico State Police. Ursula Tammy Kokotkiewicz, 32, and Jacob Kokotkiewicz, 31, were found dead in a vehicle parked on the shoulder of a highway on Thursday morning. The couple, who lived in Flowermound, Texas, both had gunshot wounds to the head, while Jacob had a .9mm caliber handgun between his legs. READ MORE: Canadian teacher and her husband found…

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2 New Cases of Human Plague in New Mexico

2 New Cases of Human Plague in New Mexico

Rats carrying fleas infected with Y. pestis bacteria spread the plague throughout medieval Europe, killing millions of people. The New Mexico Department of Health is reporting two confirmed cases of the plague in Santa Fe County, CBS affiliate KRQE reports. Officials say both recent cases were in women, one age 52 and the other 62. Plague bacteria, Yersinia pestis. This makes it a total of three cases reported in the area in 2017. The Department…

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A Mystical Weekend Escape in New Mexico

A Mystical Weekend Escape in New Mexico

Weekend escape to Quarai, New Mexico “You must see Quarai,” said the friend we were visiting in Albuquerque. “It’s a mystical place.” Eager for a spiritual fix, my husband, Paul, and I drove southeast from the city to this Spanish mission ruin [122 Manzano Quarai Road, Mountainair, N.M.; (505) 847-2585, www.nps.gov/sapu], one of three sites of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. We spotted Quarai’s jagged red sandstone walls rising above a grove of cottonwood…

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Coroner’s 1908 report unveiled for famed New Mexico lawman

Coroner’s 1908 report unveiled for famed New Mexico lawman

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Officials in southern New Mexico’s Dona Ana County have publicly unveiled the coroner’s report for the Old West lawman who fatally shot Billy the Kid. The February 1908 document written in cursive script and signed by six men laid out the few findings of a coroner’s jury investigation into the shooting death of famed sheriff Pat Garrett. The previously unknown document was discovered by a county clerk’s office employee last…

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