The Daily Word in drought, weird landscapes and vintage dental phantoms
Sad-trombone lede OTD: "'Johns' who are looking to pay for some booty may soon find a boot on their cars."
Drought forces federal water managers to consider reducing the Rio Grande's flow ... further endangering the silvery minnow.
District Attorney's office rules "kitchen spoon shooting" justified.
Burque saw a .7 percent increase in job growth this year ... and there was a moderate amount of rejoicing.
Chicago Sun-Times lays off its photo staff.
UNM gets in on the MOOC action.
Sierra Club takes a stab at IDing the Earth's weirdest landscapes, including Blood Falls, Giant's Causeway, Spotted Lake and Chocolate Hills.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, your moment of vintage dental phantom.
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