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In the print edition: Thursday, March 2

SECURITAS HIRING FOR SPECIAL EVENTS

Join us for Gathering of Nations Event April 27th-29th or Join us for the entire event season through September and qualify for great bonus and incentive programs.**Increased bonus available to those hired with current NM Level 1 Guard License. Apply at: www.Securitasjobs.com Albuquerque, NM Special Events Security Officer
Thursday, February 23

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Friday, February 17

STUDENT PROG SPECIALIST

Since 1969, El Centro de la Raza has provided support services and academic programs for the largest and fastest growing ethnic population at the University of New Mexico. El Centro is committed to the cultural, social, academic, and emotional experience of Latino/Hispano students and their families at UNM. Through mentoring, recruitment efforts, cultural programming, civic engagement, advocacy, student internships, professional and academic development as well as scholarships opportunities, El Centro is instrumental to student access and success by building strategic partnerships and supporting the development of new leaders for the future of the Latino/Hispano community. El Centro de la Raza is seeking a dynamic and detail-oriented individual, who is able to work in a fast paced and ever changing environment. This individual will develop, implement, and oversee a range of integrated and innovative special programs and initiatives designed to assist in the recruitment and retention of graduate and/or undergraduate students within an underrepresented target population. In particular, they must be able to develop and implement curriculum and support/promote research in multiple academic areas for undergraduate and graduate students. They will also participate in the generation of funding and resources and in the internal and external promotion and representation of program activities. Funding is available for this position on a yearly basis; current funding through 06/30/2017. Continuance beyond such date is subject to the department's operational needs and continued funding from the New Mexico Legislature. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, please visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90645

ADVANCED PRACTICE SPCLSTS

UNM Cancer Center has several job opportunities for Advanced Practice Specialists (NP, PA, CNS) in Medical, Surgical, Transplant and Phase 1 Clinical Trial Departments. This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic multidisciplinary healthcare team, work directly with oncologists and provide care to patients undergoing treatments at UNM Cancer Center Outpatient clinic. One of the only 47 NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers UNM Cancer Center delivers the most up to date treatments in oncology. UNM Cancer Center offers 10K sign on bonus, weekends and most holidays off, tuition remission, great benefits, and many opportunities for professional development and growth. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, please visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu
Thursday, February 16

RESEARCH COORDINATOR

The Urogynecology Research Division is in need of a 1.0 FTE Research Coordinator position. The Research Coordinator position will exist in order to support funded research projects within the Urogynecology division and the department of Ob/Gyn. This position will assist in the coordination and administration of daily research activities and ensure that study protocols and regulatory requirements are followed. This position will be involved in the recruitment and coordination of research subjects for multiple Urogynecology grants and will serve as a primary contact for these projects. This person will assist in managing new HRPO study submissions, modifications, and closures and serve as a liaison with the HRPO staff. The Research Coordinator will maintain recordkeeping systems, patient schedules and appointments and be involved in data collection, entry and maintenance. This position requires strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. It will require, skills in organizing resources, multi-tasking and establishing priorities. It will require the ability to analyze, develop, establish and maintain efficient office work flow and administrative processes. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90630
Wednesday, February 15

SUPV, PARKING FACILITIES

Posting #0837310: UNM Parking and Transportation Services has an opening for a Supervisor, Parking Facilities in its Parking Operations division. This position will report to the division manager and will oversee the maintenance of the University's parking facilities and equipment. The position requires performing work in an outdoor environment. The successful candidate will demonstrate leadership capabilities and have experience working in a construction or facility maintenance environment; supervising personnel to include work allocation, scheduling, providing training, and evaluating performance; devising inventory controls; and demonstrated advanced problem solving and communication skills. This position will be responsible for the coordination and maintenance of the University's parking pay station services and related support activities. This position will also be responsible for overseeing the maintenance and cleaning of all University parking structures, ensuring compliance with all appropriate regulations, policies, and operating standards. Other duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Monitoring and assisting with campus facilities construction Developing, maintaining, and updating data on the number, status, and availability of parking spaces in all areas of campus Supervising Parking Facilities Technicians Overseeing the control of equipment inventory Troubleshooting routine equipment and maintenance issues Assisting with the implementation of specified projects Overseeing and performing snow removal during inclement weather This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. Apply at http://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90274
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Friday, February 3

STUDENT SUCCESS SPCLST

The UNM-Valencia Campus is accepting applications for Student Success Specialist/ Financial Literacy Coach. This is a grant funded position that ends 9/30/17 and will be renewed annually based on availability of federal funding. The position is expected to become fully institutionalized at the end of the project 9/30/2021. The Student Success Specialist will provide financial literacy/scholarship coaching to STEM students as part of a research component of the U.S. Department of Education Title III STEM project (STEM-FLP). The Student Success Specialist/Financial Literacy Outreach Coach will provide one-on-one and group financial coaching to STEM students with the goal of reducing college debt while completing degrees including transfers to 4-yr. institutions, in a timely fashion. The Student Success Specialist/Financial Literacy Outreach Coach will report to and assist the Financial Aid Manager with financial aid advising and processing and will collaborate with the UNM Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR) researcher to facilitate, conduct, track, and report on the STEM-FLP student research study. This person will also provide one-on-one and group financial literacy and scholarship coaching. Collect data on STEM students as required by the research project. Maintain strictly confidential records which will be reported aggregately to the college, the researcher, and the Dept. of Education. This individual will research best practices in coaching to support academic and career advisement and early crisis intervention. Obtain certification in coaching. Other duties; evaluate, approve and award financial aid to students in accordance with all laws and regulations. Conducts workshops and presentations to interested parties on financial aid policy and procedures. Manages the collection and reporting of financial aid data. Located about 30 miles south of Albuquerque in rural Valencia county, the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus is a two-year branch campus of the University of New Mexico which functions as a community college in the region and is designated a Hispanic Serving Institution. With an emphasis on teaching excellence, Valencia Campus offers academic transfer programs, technical vocational programs, Adult Basic Education, and Dual Credit High School/College courses to Valencia and Socorro Counties. The faculty and staff serve a student body of over 2,000 credit students per semester. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, please visit http://unmjobs.unm.edu
Tuesday, January 31

BILINGUAL SPECIALIST

The New Mexico Asian Family Center is searching for an experienced Bilingual Media, Publications & Public Relations Specialist for the Albuquerque, NM area. Responsible for developing, maintaining and overseeing the NM Asian Family Center's website; developing, maintaining and overseeing an e-mail listserv; and designing and producing informational brochures, flyers, business cards, video clips, and promotional materials. Will perform outreach in the community, often including bi-lingual community educational presentations, presented in English and Mandarin. Will assist with the Center's Mosaic Voices community group by coordinating events and meetings via email, promoting the group online, and assisting at all meetings. Must represent the organization to the public, the board of directors, stakeholders and business partners, when necessary. Must participate in staff meetings and provide insight to the director and document opportunities for process development and improvement. Must meet with partners and participants to assess and address project effectiveness. Must gather data on effectiveness of outreach campaigns, compile the information, and generate reports to the Executive Director and the Board. Responsible for responding to requests from the media and setting up interviews with the appropriate staff member. Candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Journalism, Linguistics or related field and must be fully bilingual in Mandarin and English. Mail résumé to: Kay Bounkeua, Executive Director, NM Asian Family Center, 128 Quincy St. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
Monday, January 30

AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT,

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Thursday, January 26

STUDENT PROG SPECIALIST

The University of New Mexico has established branch colleges to serve the citizens of New Mexico and to provide the highest quality of education for students pursuing post-secondary education at different locations throughout the state. Branch colleges respond specifically to the unique needs and multicultural backgrounds of their respective communities by offering community education programs, career education including certificate and associate degree programs, and transfer programs that prepare students for upper division entry into colleges and universities. TRIO/Student Support Services at the UNM Gallup campus is a dynamic and diverse program seeking a highly motivated Student Programs Specialist to join a team of professionals dedicated to student success. TRIO/SSS is a federally funded program focused on the retention and graduation of first-generation and low-income students, and students with disabilities. The success of the population served requires the Student Programs Specialist to be proficient in planning and implementing student success initiatives designed to accomplish goals and objectives as set forth by the U.S. Department of Education. The successful candidate will oversee all aspects of the project, including service delivery, special programming, staff supervision, fiscal management, and federal reporting. Dedication to student academic, personal and social success, along with advanced verbal and written communication skills, the ability to network, recruit and endorse, and demonstrated experience collaborating and interacting with diverse groups are critical elements of this position. The selected candidate will manage and oversee the administrative and daily operations of the TRIO/SSS program under indirect supervision; design, coordinate and oversee program activities and special programs, projects and events within SSS, which includes a summer bridge program, transfer and cultural enrichment trips, recruitment opportunities, and oversight of academic support programs and learning labs; ensure overall program objectives are being met; coordinate the collection of program data; submit required reports or updates to the institution and the funding agency; collaborate and coordinate with other divisions, departments and programs across campus and throughout the UNM system; assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures specific to the SSS program. This is a term Appointment: Funding available through 8/31/2017; continuance beyond that date is subject to department's operational needs as outlined in UAPPM #3200. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, please visit https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90290
Friday, January 20

SENIOR HR TECH 0837264

The University of New Mexico's Division of Human Resources is currently seeking a customer-focused Senior HR Tech to join our Benefits team! The Benefits department is a progressive and collaborative unit, with a talented and cohesive team of HR and Benefits professionals. The Senior HR Tech will provide guidance to current and prospective employees and retirees, in regards to UNM benefits. Day-to-day responsibilities will include maintaining, auditing and investigating complex process- and/or data-related issues. In addition, this individual will participate in presenting UNM Benefit information during Open Enrollment and New Employee Orientation. The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented individual, with an extensive background in employee benefits. Exceptional organization and customer service skills are a must. Additionally, the candidate should demonstrate strict attention to detail and the ability to identify, analyze and solve complex procedural problems. Prior experience in public speaking and/or presentations is a plus. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, please visit https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90226
Thursday, January 19

0837230: OFFICE ASSISTANT

The University of New Mexico Office of Faculty Affairs and Services (OFAS), an extremely fast-paced department within the Office of the Provost and EVP for Academic Affairs, seeks a self-motivated organized individual to join our team as a term employee. The anticipated start date is February 1, 2017 with a projected end date of June 30, 2017. It is a challenging position that requires an individual who is dedicated to excellence in records management and customer service. The Office Assistant performs a range of basic office support activities associated with maintaining confidential personnel files; supporting the office with document requests; and performing routine clerical, data entry, and/or word processing work as assigned. Successful candidate must be available to work Monday through Friday from 8:a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Parking arrangements will be the responsibility of the employee. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Records management: creation of new files, updating existing files, assisting with archive of files and other official sensitive documents Assisting with the duplication of documents as needed Delivery of documentation to appropriate areas as needed Data entry associated with records management procedures Funding available through June 30, 2017 continuance beyond that date is subject to department's operational needs as outlined in UBPPM #3200, Employee Classifications, click here. This is a benefits eligible position. The University of New Mexico provides a comprehensive package of benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. In addition, UNM offers educational benefits through the tuition remission and dependent education programs. See the Prospective Employee page for a more complete explanation of UNM benefits. The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. To apply, go to https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=90191
Monday, January 16

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Announcements

Sunday, February 19

NEED ATHLETIC PLAYER

Looking for athletic player(s) for coed competitive adult kickball team. Prefer sports background. 21+ Thur nights. Details kickball505@gmail.com
Saturday, January 21

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Saturday, January 7

Legal

Wednesday, February 22

HEALTH/PERSONALS/MISCELLANEOUS:

If you had a hip replacement between 2008 and present and needed to undergo a revision surgery to remove the original components, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Attorney Charles H. Johnson 1-800-535-5727
Friday, February 10

TOWN OF ATRISCO BOARD MTG

TOWN OF ATRISCO BOARD MTG TOWN OF ATRISCO GRANT-Merced General Meeting Notice OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE OF A General BOARD MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (MERCED) Shall meet on the Thursday , 2/09/2017. The meeting shall commence at 4pm am and will be held at the Town of Atrisco office at 2700 Rosendo Garcia Rd. SW, Atrisco NM 87105. Copies of the advance agenda will be available 24 hours prior to the meeting and can be picked up by contacting Jesse Anzures or Jerome Padilla, the Treasurer/President of the Board of Trustees at 505 847 5125 or 505.385.1788 email request should be sent to info@atriscolandgrant.com Agenda Town of Atrisco Grant General Meeting of the Board of Trustees Feb 9, 2017 at 5:30pm 2700 Rosendo Garcia SW, Atrisco NM 87105 Agenda End of Year  Call to Order  Roll Call of the Board of Trustees  Approval of the Agenda  Approval of the Minutes from the last Meeting o Special Guest  Introduction  Committee Reports o Water Committee- Jesse Anzures  o Land Committee- Jaime Chavez  Morada de San Jose  Comprehensive Plan  Atrisco Planning commission (APC) • No Project Requests have been received by the Board in 2014/15/16 o Bridge Street Discussion but no formal request for approval o Legal Committee- Jerome Padilla  Approval of the Letters to other Units of governments within the boundaries of the Grant of notice of request to discuss exclusive and mutual jurisdiction and discussion on options for enforcement.  Land Grant Interim Commitee • Bernalillo County • City of Albuquerque • Amafca • MRGCD • NM DOT – Fed DOT • Acequias • APS /Others?  Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund – CELDF  Proposed Ordinances o Legislative Committee- Jesse Anzures  Urban County Bill  Extra Territorial Bill by the City of Albuquerque and a SJM 32-Paseo Vulcan is a key roadway and should be completed within 7 years.  Consejo Bills o Social – Joe Garcia o Other Committee Reports  BLM Wood Program update- Jesse Anzures  Cooperating Agency Status update- Joe Garcia o BLM o USDA o Forest Service o Others  New Business  Adjourn 2017 Quarter General meeting schedule is 3rd Thursday of the Quarter Feb 09, 2017 5pm revised June 15, 2017 5pm September 15 2017 5pM December 14, 2017 5pm (move by 1 week for holiday.

Lost and Found

Wednesday, February 8

LOST BRIEFCASE ON COAL

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Opportunities

Tuesday, February 21

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT MGR

We are seeking a Software Development Manager to lead the continued technical development of ASRT’s line of business applications. This individual will take the lead in designing and implementing distributed applications and ensuring the integrity and availability of those. This position will lead the development team in delivering enterprise scalable solutions, as well as consult on strategic and organizational initiatives. Responsibilities • Lead a team of talented engineers using Agile and TDD methodologies • Ensure engineering and operational excellence through specific design methodologies, with metrics for process for assessment and improvement • Foster continuous engineering improvement through mentoring, feedback, and metrics Requirements • Bachelor's degree and 8+ years of industry experience of increasing responsibility running engineering teams • Prior leadership experience managing a development team with multiple, competing priorities simultaneously • Multidisciplinary experience overseeing software development, and project management • Proficiency in system-level design, and experience with web services and service oriented architectures • Proficiency in the Microsoft design stack (C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server) • Good communication and analytical skills, including ability to identify and solve ambiguous problems Preferred Qualifications • Strong knowledge of systems architecture, loosely coupled and distributed systems • Experience with MVC, Angular.js ASRT employees also enjoy a 100 percent employer-paid comprehensive benefits package, tuition reimbursement, community outreach, vacation, sick time, holiday pay and an exquisite 401(k) plan. What are you waiting for? Apply now at www.asrt.org/asrtjobs ASRT is an equal opportunity employer. All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.
Thursday, February 16

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Are you an enthusiastic editing professional searching for an organization that values creativity, commitment and integrity? The American Society of Radiologic Technologists is seeking an associate editor to proofread articles, perform research, edit columns and articles, work with authors, check facts and write articles for our three publications for our 153,000 members worldwide. Our associate editor serves on the front line of our dynamic nonprofit organization and interacts daily with internal and external customers. We need a superstar to write compelling copy that will be used in our two scientific journals and our newsmagazine. If your arsenal includes curiosity, familiarity with the AP and AMA styles, outstanding communication and analytical problem-solving skills, ASRT is the place for you! Telecommuting and/or remote work is not an option for this nonexempt position. Relocation to Albuquerque, New Mexico is required for out of state candidates. ASRT employees also enjoy a 100 percent employer-paid comprehensive benefits package, tuition reimbursement, community outreach, vacation, sick time, holiday pay and an exquisite 401(k) plan. What are you waiting for? Apply now at www.asrt.org/asrtjobs ASRT is an equal opportunity employer. All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.
Tuesday, January 17

COMBAT STUDY AT MRN

UNM and The Mind Research Network are looking for Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans to participate in a study on neural effects of combat.Confidentiality is protected and you will be compensated for your time. If interested, call 505-585-5518 or email mefrost@salud.unm.edu. HRRC#15-613

Studies

Wednesday, February 22

ABQ DRINQ STUDY

We are seeking healthy individuals 22-55 years of age who are moderate to heavy drinkers for a study of how alcohol use affects brain functioning. The study involves four visits at the Mind Research Network over 18 months and each visit requires up to 8 hours, which can be split over multiple days. You will be compensated at the rate of $20/hour for your participation. The Mind Research Network is located on the North Campus of University of New Mexico. If you would like to be considered for the study, please call 505-633-4028 or email abqdrinq@mrn.org. Please mention “ABQ DRINQ Study”.
Friday, February 3

ABQ DRINQ STUDY

We are seeking healthy individuals 22-55 years of age who are moderate to heavy drinkers for a study of how alcohol use affects brain functioning. The study involves four visits at the Mind Research Network over 18 months and each visit requires up to 8 hours, which can be split over multiple days. You will be compensated at the rate of $20/hour for your participation. The Mind Research Network is located on the North Campus of University of New Mexico. If you would like to be considered for the study, please call 505-633-4028 or email abqdrinq@mrn.org. Please mention “ABQ DRINQ Study”.
Wednesday, February 1

STRESS & THE BRAIN STUDY

Researchers at UNM, CASAA and the Mind Research Network are seeking people 21-50 years of age who have experienced domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, or severe physical assault for a study of the effects of traumatic stress on emotions and urges to drink alcohol. The study involves two appointments at the Mind Research Network for a total of about 7 hours. We are looking for people who don’t have any problems as well as those who do. You will be compensated financially for your participation. If you are interested in participating or would like more information, please call 505-925-2335 or email us at casaastudy@gmail.com. HRRC# 13-327
Wednesday, January 18

ABQ DRINQ STUDY

We are seeking healthy individuals 22-55 years of age who are moderate to heavy drinkers for a study of how alcohol use affects brain functioning. The study involves four visits at the Mind Research Network over 18 months and each visit requires up to 8 hours, which can be split over multiple days. You will be compensated at the rate of $20/hour for your participation. The Mind Research Network is located on the North Campus of University of New Mexico. If you would like to be considered for the study, please call 505-633-4028 or email abqdrinq@mrn.org. Please mention “ABQ DRINQ Study”.
Tuesday, January 17

COMBAT STUDY

UNM and The Mind Research Network are looking for Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans to participate in a study on neural effects of combat. Confidentiality is protected and you will be compensated for your time. If interested, call 505-585-5518 or email mefrost@salud.unm.edu. HRRC# 15-613
Tuesday, January 3

MRI STUDY

Males and females between the ages of 18-50 with history of mental illness are needed. Participants will receive $20 per hour for their time. See pictures of your brain, 2-4 visits possible. The study is located at The Mind Research Network on the north campus of UNM. For more information please call 505-948-3230 or email amayer@mrn.org (HRRC # 13-637).
Tuesday, August 30

MRI STUDY

Boys and girls between the ages of 12-18 with no history of serious medical or emotional problems are needed. Participants will receive $20 per hour for their time. See pictures of your brain, 2-3 visits possible. The study is located at The Mind Research Network on the north campus of UNM. For more information please call 505-272-0769 or email amayer@mrn.org (HRRC # 07-272). [email reply]

Cars

Saturday, January 21

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Sunday, February 5

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Wellness

Monday, January 16

MEDICAL INTUITIVE

Elizabeth Anglin also offering Reiki,Intuitive Healing and Emotion Code clearing work. Appointments by phone or in person in Madrid, NM http://www.elizabethanglin.com Phone: 505-908-9558
Friday, January 13

PERSONAL TRAINING

Free initial consultation and assessment. Customized training programs. Call from 9AM to 5PM @ 505-633-0232 [email reply]

Alternative Medicine

Thursday, January 19

REIKI & ENERGY THERAPY

Lady Lotus Healing offers a variety of healing modalities: Reiki, 7-layer Aura Cleanse, Chakra Balance, Emotional Cord Release, Traditional Limpias, Attunements, Classes, workshops and more. For appointments call (505)261-4155 or visit http://ladylotushealing.doodlekit.com [email reply]
Tuesday, January 17

KAT'S PERSONAL TOUCH...

Kat's Personal Touch Custom Body Therapy offers soft/soothing or deep tissue, or anywhere in-between. Just tell us how you like it. We customize our services to fit your unique needs. For more info, visit http://www.bodyworkbyleggyblonde.com. Appts, call Kat at 505.803.8203

THE MEDIC SHACK

The Medic Shack Alternative Health Care Instruction. We teach sustainable medicine Classes included Herbal First Aid,Herbal Medicine.Basic and advanced wound care and a 4-day wilderness medical course. Classes for 2017 are forming soon 505-604-2186 email Medic@themedicshack.net Chuck Hudson RCVT, MLT (ASCP)

Licensed Massage

In the print edition: Thursday, March 2

BEAUTIFUL MASSAGE

8210 La Mirada NE Ste. 400. Call 505-332-3339 LMT Lic. #5694.
Monday, January 23

AFFORDABLE MASSAGES

Thai,DeepTissue,Myofascial, Shiatsu,Craniosacral,Swedish, Neuromuscular,Reflexology,Sports
Friday, January 20

CHILD MASSAGE

Caring for infants, children as well as adults for over 20 years. Hospital/rehab experience. Canadian trained Therapist. $60 w/ad. Katrina LMT#6855 (505)506-4016 innovative.massagetherapy.com
Friday, January 13

TANTRA MASSAGE & TEACHING

Give yourself the beautiful gift of authentic Tantra massage and teaching. I am a Professional Massage Therapist, Reiki Energy Healer, Life Coach and Certified Tantra Educator. Please call me for detailed information and scheduling opportunities. Namaste, Julianne 505 920 3083

PAIN RELIEF/ IT WORKS!

Extraordinary pain/stress relief. Hospital/rehab experience. Canadian trained Therapist. $60 w/ad. Katrina LMT#6855 (505)506-4016 innovative.massagetherapy.com

Metaphysical

Friday, February 24

PSYCHIC, SPIRIT MEDIUM

Elizabeth Anglin, Gentle, joyful, accurate readings regarding love, career, health and healing, family, pets, performance horses and riders. February New Client Special 33% off 1st Psychic Reading. By phone appointment or in-person in Madrid, NM. phone: 505-908-9558 http://www.elizabethanglin.com

Self-Help/Workshops

Thursday, January 19

2-DAY WORKSHOP

Spiritual Protection & Grounding: learn & practice various techniques for spiritual protection and grounding of our energy. Learn to work with celestial beings, avoid "taking on" others energies, how to transmute and release, setting boundaries, how to work with physical objects and tools for protection. The importance of shielding and feeling, how to find a healthy balance. These are powerful methods that can be easily learned and adapted by anyone. At the beggining of class we will do a light spiritual cleanse, and a commencement prayer to reinforce protection and a great class. As well as a grounding exercise and closing prayer at the end of class. Please dress comfortably, preferably white or light colored clothing. Bring a pen and notepad, your favorite protection tool if you have one, if not, don't worry you will be receiving some. We will have a lunch break, feel free to bring a light lunch, drink, and snacks. You will receive informational handouts, protection oil blend & recipe, 2 crystals, clearing salts, and clearing water. Space is limited to 12 students. The cost is $187(inc. tax) for both days, you may pay in full or reserve your space with a non-refundable $55 deposit. (505)261-4155 [email reply]

Legal Services

Thursday, February 16

PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS

Blazejewski & Hansen, LLC is a local, woman-owned personal injury law firm providing aggressive, ethical, and compassionate representation for injured New Mexicans. Car crashes, motorcycle crashes, slips/trips/falls, dog bites, and more. Free consultation--no fee unless we win your case. Call (505) 554-1660. On the web at www.blazehansenlaw.com [email reply]
Monday, February 13

SLIDING SCALE LEGAL HELP

Zimmerman & Simon, LLC, provides criminal defense and family law services on a sliding scale as well as personal injury law. You don't have to pay a fortune for an attorney. 505/200.2639.
Monday, February 6

CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY $200

Stop Garnishments FAST Payment Plans Available!! Uncontested DV from $199 505-688-0070

Home Services

Monday, January 30

SAVE MONEY ON TV SERVICE!

I can save you money on your TV service. Come see me today @ Coronado Mall! Ask for Ginger! At booth outside of Victoria Secret or call me 505-702-3714 [email reply]

SAVE MONEY ON TV SERVICE!

I can save you money on your TV service. Come see me today @ Coronado Mall! Ask for Ginger! At booth outside of Victoria Secret or call 505-702-3714 [email reply]

SAVE ON TV SERVICE!

I can save you money on your tv service. Call or come by 505-702-3714 or come by Coronado mall in front of Victoria secret @ dish booth ask for Ginger

Landscaping Services

Tuesday, January 17

J&D LANDSCAPING SINCE1995

Valencia County Business Since 1995 Landscaping, Yard Clean-up, Hauling, Plant Maintenance, etc. Reliable, Efficient, Fair Pricing, & Excellent References Call John Mann: 505-864-6665

Pet Services

Thursday, January 19

POOPER SCOOPER SERVICE

Professional-Reliable-Affordable Since 2009 "ABQ Pet Waste Removal" has served ABQ, Rio Rancho & Corrales discover the convenience starting at just $35 per month! scoopers@abqwaste.com abqwaste.com
Monday, January 16

ANIMAL COMMUNICATOR

Elizabeth Anglin, Serving dogs, cats, others, performance horses and their riders. http://www.elizabethanglin.com/animalcommunication.htm Phone: 505-908-9558

Photographic Services

Thursday, February 16

SENIOR PORTRAITS

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com [email reply]

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com [email reply]

QUINCENERAS & EVENTS

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com ¡Hablamos Español! [email reply]

FAMILY PORTRAITS

Affordable photo packages! www.tincturedgeek.com [email reply]

Buy/Sell/Trade

In the print edition: Thursday, March 2

FOR SALE

Marionettes, puppets, dolls. http://kidstale-nm.com
Wednesday, February 22

1993 KUBOTA L2350D 4X4

25HP,Manual Transmision,Diesel tractor with only 450 hours.$2500 Call me:5055854453
Monday, January 23

Arts & Crafts

ZENTANGLE ART BOOK

www.ZenJoanie.com Makes a Great Gift-Calendar-Journal-Coloring Book

Seminars/Workshops

Friday, January 20

FREE: GRAD ADMISSIONS

How to Get Accepted to Grad, Law, MBA, Med or Pharm School. Free. Sun., Jan. 22, at noon. Location: Howard Johnson Midtown, in the Plaza Room, lower level. One block north of Lomas and just east of I-25. Learn how to write a powerful personal statement, how to master the LSAT, GRE, MCAT, PCAT or GMAT. Advanced strategies for standing out from the crowd. Conducted by 23 year test prep and admissions specialist and Barron's Prep author Jay Cutts of the Cutts Graduate Reviews. Free individual consultations. See http://www.cuttsreviews.com/newmexico/ 505-281-0684 [email reply]

Real Estate

Thursday, February 16
General Real Estate

DEACON PROPERTY SERVICES

Clean, available 1 and 2-bedroom apartments in historical Downtown locations and beyond! Abundance of character and charm! See our complete inventory at www.deaconpropertyservices.com

Apartments for Rent

Friday, February 24

NEW STUDIO APARTMENTS

Brand New Studio Apartments N/E No lease required, Weekly payment options Low, Low ,Low Move in cost Call Tammy at 505-296-5465

Houses for Sale

Saturday, January 21
Southwest

BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE

A Customized Fuller open floor plan is like new and Great for entertaining. All bedrooms have been expanded with built- ins and walk-in closets. Pantry is over sized in the very functional kitchen with large bar area. Tons of storage! The backyard is a blank canvas with a covered patio. The garage is three cars and oversized. Close to shopping/park and other amenities. Minutes to I-40, KAFB, & Downtown. Must see! New Mexico Homes Team 505-203-9699 or 505-250-1758 KW REALTY, Riverside Keller Williams 505-897-1100 [email reply]

Rooms/Roommates

Friday, February 10
Northeast

FURNISHED ROOM

$350/mo + 1/3 Utils, $250 DD. Hot tub, pool table, work out room, laundry. Eubank Candelaria. No pets, kids or couples. 294-7209
Saturday, January 14
Northwest

ROOMMATE WANTED

Retired man seeks responsible man or women to share a nice home on west mesa off of Paseo & Golf Course. $700.00 monthly. Must be neat, clean, and non smoker. nottoshy05@yahoo.com [email reply]

Musician Services

Wednesday, February 15

LIVE BETTER LEARN GUITAR

Enrich your life by learning guitar with a licensed guitar teacher. 908-1392 info

Gigs/Show Flyers

Monday, February 13
Stoneface Tavern - Saturday, March 4

KOMBAT KITTY @ STONEFACE

Alright Kitties.. you asked for it. It's Kombat Kitty's first gig of 2017. We expect you to be there!! Stoneface Tavern 4 March at 8pm! It's a party and you are invited! Come on down and party with us!!!
Sunday, January 29
- Saturday, February 18

COOPERAGE -DANCE PARTY

Son Como Son Salsa Cuban Style at the Cooperage this Saturday February 18 from 9:30 to 1....Fun Fun Fun....Timba, Cumbia, Merengue.....Hope to see you there

Events

Tuesday, January 31

ANTI TRUMP RALLY

Civic Plaza every Saturday. Specific reason will vary by week. [email reply]
Wednesday, January 18

BALLROOM DANCING!

Join us at Holiday Dance Studio every Friday for our Friday dance party!!! We dance all types of partnership dancing, such as Swing, Latin, Ballroom (waltz, foxtrot, tango), Country, and Argentine Tango in a festive and friendly atmosphere. A pre-party introductory class begins at 7pm and open dancing begins at 8pm. Partners are not necessary. Call Holiday Dance Studio for more information at 505-508-4020 or see our website at holidaydancestudio.com.
 
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