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The Daily Word in Indiana, Ducks and helicopter engines

The Daily Word

When they’re not busy making diesel engines for Cummins, residents of Columbus, Indiana got to ponder Albuquerque’s winter weather this week.

Operations at WIPP, a deep hole in the ground where humans store transuranic waste, were indefinitely suspended after a minor fire broke out on Wednesday.

Local science journalist John Fleck analyzes the continuing Western drought, with this week’s emphasis on sunny Califas.

At the military outpost on the edge of town, they are always working on helicopter engines.

Officials at Spaceport USA are confident that flights will begin this year, despite sharp criticism of Richard Branson from Britain’s press.

On Sunday, the Ducks battle the Lobos. Among their weapons? A large rectangular net.

A panel at the state legislature approved a measure that would allow the Navajo Nation to open more three more casinos.

The food editor at the Buffalo News waxes poetic about New Mexican cuisine while checking out the rellenos in el norte.