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Heat is on for New Mexico chile farmers

The state is offering funding to boost pay as the industry faces a labor shortage and the chile is quickly turning from green to red. Read more

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New Mexico abortion clinics see influx from Texas

Since a new law prohibiting abortion after cardiac activity is detected in an embryo took effect in Texas, abortion rights groups have been taking more phone calls and making more appointments for women hoping to cross state lines for help. Read more

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Welfare states: When single mothers are forced to share intimate details to receive aid

Women who apply for welfare must often provide personal details such as who fathered their children and when they got pregnant. State governments use the information to pursue child support from the dads — then pocket the money. Read more

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What’s next for Meow Wolf?

For the first time in nearly four years, there are no announced next Meow Wolf expansions.  Read more

Three New Mexico school districts to receive funds for students’ mental health needs

The five-year, $8.9 million grant was awarded to the state Public Education Department through the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Read more

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Santa Fe college students to document veterans’ lives

"This will get a discussion going in New Mexico, and maybe nationally, to understand how important New Mexicans were to so many historical military events," said Ken Dettelbach, a Vietnam War veteran. Read more

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Bienvenidos celebrates 60 years of saying ‘welcome’ to Santa Fe visitors

A group of women began Bienvenidos in the spring of 1961 for visitors at La Fonda on the Plaza. Read more

New Mexico group celebrates recovery from addiction

New Mexico Alumni in Recovery offers classes and support to Drug Court graduates.  Read more

‘New Mexican’ seeks nominations for 10 Who Made a Difference awards

Since 1985, the newspaper has recognized hundreds of individuals who have worked quietly and tirelessly on a range of important causes. Read more

Drought tests centuries-old water traditions in New Mexico

Some earthen canals didn't get a drop of water this year, another example of parched Western conditions. Read more

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Opinion

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Cyclists can’t always count on bike lanes

Santa Fe motorists: Please park your car, get out and inspect what passes for a bike lane in Santa Fe before scolding your bike-riding neig… Read more

At 60, Peace Corps still can change the world

The Peace Corps is turning 60 on Sept. 22. The organization has presented a unique opportunity to serve our country, force us to move beyon… Read more

Sports

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Zuerlein makes 56-yarder on last play, Cowboys beat Chargers

Dak Prescott directed the Cowboys on an 11-play, 49-yard march against the Los Angeles Chargers, culminating in Greg Zuerlein's 56-yard field goal as time expired for a 20-17 victory on Sunday. Read more

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Heat, Eldorado quarterback wilt Demons 28-12 in district opener

It was the number of dropped passes Demons receivers committed — 10. Read more

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Nation and World

Top doctors say not so fast to Biden’s boosters-for-all plan

The president's plan was criticized by medical professionals who cited a lack of safety data on extra doses and raised doubts about the value of mass boosters, rather than ones targeted to specific groups. Read more

Haitians at Texas border undeterred by U.S. plan to expel them

Thousands of people remained encamped on the Texas border Saturday after crossing from Mexico. Read more

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