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Weekly Fishing And Stocking Report

By NM Game and Fish Catches of the week Caballo Lake: Julissa Lawell, age 12, of Las Cruces caught a 19.5-inch walleye and a 15-inch white bass Apr. 28. She was using a crank bait. Cochiti Lake: Jianna Brown, age 3, of Albuquerque caught an 8-ounce bluegill and her brother …

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In both baseball and softball, District 2-3A gained five spots in the 16-field state tournament, with Robertson top seed in both, St. Michael’s 4th seed in baseball, Lady Horsemen 10th seed in softball

By Arnie Leshin  District 2-3A had no problem gaining the state tournament in baseball and softball.   Maybe these schools hung around to check out the brackets arranged by the New Mexico Activities Association, but every thing fell into place for the likes of Robertson, West Las Vegas, St. Michael’s, …

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New Mexico Department of Health Reports Nearly 8,000 Emergency Department Visits Annually Due to Asthma May is Asthma Awareness Month

By NMDOH The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) reports uncontrolled asthma leads to nearly 8,000 emergency department visits every year, according to data collected and analyzed by the NMDOH Epidemiology and Response Division (ERD). During National Asthma Awareness Month this May, the NMDOH urges New Mexicans to learn about …

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The latest news for you

By NMWF NMWF Lecture Series: Dr. Karl Malcolm Albuquerque — The New Mexico Wildlife Federation is proud to kick off its lecture series on wildlife topics with a presentation by Dr. Karl Malcolm, the southwest ecologist for the U.S. Forest Service. Malcolm, a biologist who specializes in the study of …

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Pacheco Canyon Prescribed Burn Pushed to Sunday

By SFNF  After studying conditions, including fuel moisture levels, weather forecasts, air quality and wind direction, fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) today decided to delay the previously announced Pacheco Canyon prescribed burn until Sunday, May 5. Fire managers will continue to monitor conditions and will not …

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Gov. Lujan Grisham fills judicial vacancy

By Office of the Governor  Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham made the following appointment to the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court:   Jason Jaramillo: Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court Judge   Jason Jaramillo currently works in the Bernalillo County Attorney’s Office as the senior assistant county attorney. Jaramillo has dedicated his entire legal …

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