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PRC delays decision on San Juan Generating Station

The future of Public Service Company of New Mexico’s proposal to revamp the coal-burning San Juan power plant near Farmington is still up in the air.

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Joe Richard Montaño is named after his father, a World War II veteran. Montaño spends Memorial Day at the Santa Fe National Cemetery, just like any other day.

Tig Notaro gets the last laugh

A few days after being diagnosed with cancer in both breasts, Tig Notaro did what many people in the same situation can only fantasize about doing.

Closed-door trial in Iran of ‘Washington Post’ reporter begins

The state-run Islamic Republic News Agency reported that Abolghassem Salavati, a judge known for draconian sentences, read the four-count indictment in a two-hour session in Tehran’s Revolutionary Court.

Sunday Spotlight: Teen center rooted in nurse’s desire to help youth

Ana Gallegos y Reinhardt’s involvement in the lives of teenagers began decades before Warehouse 21 opened its doors in 1997. For many years, she was a psychiatric nurse in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

Living with Children: Discipline issue blows up family togetherness

In no small number of American families today, a huge and sometimes insurmountable disconnect exists between grandparents’ versus parents’ expectations concerning child behavior.

Education standouts, May 24, 2015

Mary Ann Maestas, daughter of Tim Maestas and Pam Moreno of Santa Fe received a bachelor’s degree from Smith College on May 17.

‘Night of the Iguana’ and day of the taco cart in Puerto Vallarta

When I think of Puerto Vallarta, my mind goes back to that first bite of taco al pastor, sold by a street vendor in the Old Town neighborhood, somewhere near a market, or maybe it was near a smoothie cart.

Looking for a summer adventure? N.M. offers an array of options

It’s summer. Not only do you have little money, but you’re complaining that there’s nothing to do. But for teens and adults alike, New Mexico offers an array of enticing daytrips you can take, most of which are free.

Galardones toman por sorpresa a maestros

Sylvia Delavigne contuvo las lágrimas el lunes mientras compartía con educadores y estudiantes sobre el amor que los profesores dan a los estudiantes es equiparable al amor que éstos reciben.

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