If past bond election performance is indicative of future results, the City of Albuquerque should rest easy come election day on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
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As the homelessness crisis in Albuquerque continues to escalate, the city is hoping voters will approve a general obligation bond that would allocate $14 million toward the construction of a centralized emergency shelter.
Thousands of supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump descended upon the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho on Monday night in anticipation of his first visit to New Mexico since the 2016 election. Nearly 20 miles away, the Democratic Party of New Mexico (DPNM) responded to Trump’s campaign speech with an event of their own.
Editors Note: This article was edited for clarity on Sept. 17, 2019.
University of New Mexico students who keep late hours and are looking for a safe place to study might find that Zimmerman Library doesn’t meet their needs.
Thanks to a 2004 law repealing a longstanding tax on food in New Mexico, residents and visitors have been able to buy most of their food tax-free at the vast majority of retail stores around the state.
Editor's note: The print version of this story contained a typo in the headline that read "Krebs Indicated" instead of "Krebs Indicted."
Editor's note: This opinion belongs to the writer and does not reflect the views of the paper. A previous version of this article read “The study came at a cost of $53,000 from Facilities Management," when in fact Planning, Design and Construction provided the money. The article has been corrected.
For the first time in their brief existence, New Mexico United stands alone at the top.
The youth have spoken on climate change, and their message is clear: inaction will no longer be tolerated.
"If you're a fan, you can't ask for anything more... that's for sure."
Early in the afternoon during the summer of 2017, 50-year-old Lou Molzhon was sleeping on a mattress under the Interstate 40 overpass at 12th Street. Described by friends and acquaintances as a kindhearted man who was quick to share a smoke, he had been living on the streets of Albuquerque for over a year.
"All things must pass — none of life's strings can last."
The train from Spain stayed mainly on frame.
New Mexico United opened their heavily anticipated inaugural campaign in front of a sellout crowd at Isotopes Park on March 9, coming away with a 1-1 draw and their first ever point against Fresno FC.
With anticipation for the first match in New Mexico United’s brief history reaching a fever pitch, the club is set to announce several more player signings before the first whistle blows on March 9. However, the core of the group has coalesced over the last eight months, and the inaugural roster has largely been set.
Nearly a year after officially breaking ground the Physics & Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Science (PAÍS) building at the University of New Mexico has passed the halfway point of construction.
After months of anticipation, press releases, social media hype, and some familiar player signings, the New Mexico United soccer club is set to kick off their inaugural season this week at Isotopes Park.
The University of New Mexico’s annual Career Expo will be held in the Student Union Building ballrooms on Feb. 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Raoul Thompson is one of the many thousands of undergraduates enrolled at the University of New Mexico. He attends classes, participates in student organizations and spends endless hours studying at Zimmerman Library.