Monday’s Headlines from Around the State – Aug 15, 2011

Posted on 15. Aug, 2011 by Stephan Helgesen in Economy, Education, Energy/Environment, Healthcare, NM, Politics, Social/Cultural

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Alamogordo Daily News – Students returning to NMSU

ABQ Journal – NM flights Costing $1.2 mill.

Artesia News – Council Approves New Zoning Along Richardson

Carlsbad Current Argus – Redistricting on County Commision Agenda

Cibola County Beacon – Commissioners Require Retraction Before Helping City

Farmington Daily Times – Veteran cop gets new post

Deming Headlight – DAC Jam Fest

Gallup Independent – SRP agrees to purchase Big Bo wind power

Lamonitor – Los Alamos: More than a science town

Las Cruces Bulletin – MVRDA may move to East Mesa

Las Cruces Sun News – NMSU campus alive with students and families

Mountain View Telegraph – NM 344 lane fix in place for now

Portales News Tribune – Drought leading to large number of cattle sell-offs

Quay County Sun – Officials break ground on Ute pipeline project amid protests

Raton Range – Tax revenue adjustment considered

Rio Grande Sun – Taxpayers stuck with rancher’s legal bills

Rio Rancho Observer – Council approves sign law

Roswell Daily Record – Nothing like a good old fashioned shoot out

Ruidoso News – Federal agents raid Ruidoso home

Sangre de Cristo Chronicle – Monsoons finally arrive but lose steam

Santa Fe New Mexican – AG locked in costly Elephant Butte water fight

Sierra County Sentinel – City Holds Quick, Productive Session

Taos News – Taos Kit Carson Trustees: $7,651 for attending rate hearings

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