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a map of language charted by navajo philosophy

esther belin is trying to shape a uniquely navajo way of writing.





the border as a ‘weaponized’ landscape

border patrol agent-turned-author francisco cantú examines his experiences.





former sen. griego convicted of bribery, other ethics violations

the case stemmed from griego's dual role as a legislator who helped push approval of the sale of a state building and a broker who made money off the transaction.





keller sweeps high-dollar race to become abq’s next mayor

funding for keller's campaign and a committee formed to support him, when combined, significantly outstripped other candidates.





nm isn’t getting amazon, but we can become more attractive for new businesses

with a few significant policy reforms and a serious effort to tackle crime, our state could be in the running for numerous other businesses and thousands of jobs.





what a new report on climate science portends for the west

from wildfires to drought, a look at a warming world.





compliance with abq lobbying rules falls way short

new mexico in depth has found an almost wholesale lack of compliance among registered lobbyists in albuquerque.





sunland park, border futures and the new mexico dream

dozens of people crammed a city council meeting in this border town last week to to hear about and debate issues.





kids count goes on the road to southern nm

with a ranking of 49 in child well-being, there is a huge need in new mexico for solutions.





democrats, what’s going to be different this time?

as the pendulum swings to the left, i want to hear why electing democrats in 2017 and 2018, unlike all the other times this state has elected them, will result in my daughter having a better future.





article about multi-ethnic family wins another award

the article beat submissions from the albuquerque journal and other newspapers with a circulation above 11,000 in new mexico for the first-place award.





not in my backyard

how do we decide who has a backyard that should be protected from things that annoy and who does not?





democrats, what’s going to be different this time?

commentary: as the pendulum swings to the left, i want to hear why electing democrats in 2017 and 2018, unlike all the other times this state has elected them, will result in my daughter having a better future.





three years after killings, abq’s native american population remains vulnerable

as mayor richard berry prepares to leave office dec. 1, native advocates and community members have mixed reactions to his efforts.





why is governor martinez trying to change history?

students in high school u.s. history classes across new mexico this year will not be tested on some important aspects of our nation's history that are still very pertinent today.





turnout topped 10 percent in las cruces election

las crucens continued on tuesday a recent state and national trend of showing up to vote in larger numbers.





progressive-backed candidates win every race in las cruces

the powerful progressive voting bloc expanded its control by ousting the only republican on the city council.





vasquez wins district 3 city council race in las cruces

the conservation activist will replace olga pedroza, who did not seek re-election.





las crucens vote in city council, judicial races

a steady stream of people showed up to vote at desert hills elementary on las cruces' east side on tuesday.





it’s election day in las cruces! here’s what you need to know

three seats on the city council and a municipal judgeship are up for grabs.