The Daily Word in WIPP, the worst and waterflow
Regulators with the New Mexico Department of Environment approve of re-starting operations at WIPP, a thing the US Department of Energy wants done before year's end.
Bill Jordan, the senior policy advisor at New Mexico Voices for Children, writes about our state's troubled economy in this commentary over at nmpolitics.net.
Last week, 70 or more attendees of a New Mexico Department of Health Holiday Luncheon were sickened by a mysterious food-borne illness allegedly served at the catered event.
Income inequality is worse in New Mexico than in 38 other states, reports the Taos News.
New Mexico's winningest high school football coach has resigned.
A woman stopped at the Columbus, New Mexico border crossing allegedly tried to smuggle methamphetamine into this country. The drugs were hidden in rubber tubing that was part of several "dreamcatchers" found in her possession.
This recent UNM grad is also the mayor of Magdelena, New Mexico!
Two Colorado hikers who were saved by rescue teams from Kirtland Air Force Base recently visited the Duke City to say thanks.
Duke City Fix Blogger Scot Key offers readers a year-in-review article that begins locally but also goes global.
Finally, here are current waterflow conditions for streams and rivers in the State of New Mexico.