Headlines


news

This Week's News & Opinion: Derby family, green building codes at risk, Ask Kat Curious, suddenly partisan City Council

Jon Helm(s), senior and junior, on the set of “Derby Insider”
Courtesy of “Derby Insider”
Jon Helm(s), senior and junior, on the set of “Derby Insider”

Derby News: How a girl, a guy and the guy’s father found happiness

Environment: State looks to reverse green building codes

Ask Kat Curious: Who the hell do you think you are?

Council Watch: Council splits down party lines over budget

Odds & Ends: Witchcraft and politics; 911 beer run; plan your robberies; love confession; dog escapes vet

Letters: Loretto Chapel’s un-miracle; tea partiers, gah; grief counseling for kids; geography lesson

news

This Week's News & Opinion: 7 deadly sins of NM, travelog, save the librarians, assholery, beer geekery and Heather Wilson

Danger
Julia Minamata juliaminamata.com

The 7 deadly sins of New Mexico

Travelog: Black lava, White Sands

Guest Editorial: Save the librarians

Odds & Ends: Death for art, empty house calls police, pocket dial your demise, the fires of love, correct change on all crack deals

Letters: Assholery, beer geekery, anatomy, dear APD, bin Laden, Heather Wilson, a master scribe

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Clovis’ LGBT struggle, Schmidly’s salary, PBS survives, Council Watch, the readers write

Courtesy of Jesse Lopez

Web Feature: Students seek Gay-Straight Alliance in Clovis

News Bite: Pride flag flies in Clovis

Guest Editorial: Did UNM’s top dog sucker the regents into paying him too much?

A Close Call: PBS president breathes a sigh of relief

Council Watch: Curbside recycling

Odds & Ends: KFC teeth-tester, cow attempts milk robbery, speeders beware, barn voyeur

Letters: Not “new agey,” the weatha, bye Borders, Wisconsin and Nazi Germany, dump Trump, utilities correction

news

The Daily Word 5.6.11

Eat more salt, off-shore drilling bill, al Qaeda threats and sea monsters

Al Qaeda is mad and making some threats against the U.S.

Kurdish separatists are mad and making some threats against Turkey.

France kicks out Libyan diplomats; Russia and China stick up for Libya.

House passes Republican-sponsored bill to expand off-shore drilling.

Study shows you should probably eat more salt.

Oh no, county officials got free concert tickets!

D.C. schools receive envelopes full of white powder, but no illnesses or deaths.

Access Industries takes over Warner Music.

You could buy the Home Alone house.

Scientists find proof of ancient sea monster fisticuffs.

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Nuclear energy in New Mexico, carbon caps, UFOs

Power Play: Symposium pitches nuclear energy in New Mexico

Utilities protest carbon caps

The Radford Files: Seeing what we want to see including UFOs

Odds & Ends: Eat me up, flattened trophy, 37-year-old traffic ticket, ladies’ competitive eating, beans for pain

Letters: Getting personal, sub spending, Atlas Shrugged, you’re all robots

news

The Daily Word 4.29.11

Morocco cafe bomb, dolphin podcast, Superman's citizenship

Terrorist attack shreds a Morrocan cafe.

Meteorologists showed live footage of tornadoes approaching.

New regulations aimed at food marketing to help reign in childhood obesity.

Superman threatens to renounce US citizenship.

Del Norte high school football coach popped for second DWI.

Nearly half a million dollars misused around an NHCC fresco causes scandal.

Hilarious minor differences illuminated by The Oatmeal.

Some researchers say dolphins are too smart for captivity.

Kia Motors recalls cars whose gas tanks fall off.

Malfunction delays space shuttle launch.

National Institutes of Health get favorable ruling on stem cell research.

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Tera Cordova Chavez remembered, train display, smoke a hearing aid, vitamin D-ebate

Tera Cordova Chavez
Courtesy of the Cordova family
Tera Cordova Chavez

“She Loved Strong”: The life of Tera Cordova Chavez

Council Watch: Calling all train lovers

Odds & Ends: Ayapaneco, tragic coincidence, smoke a hearing aid, TV shooting

Letters: Don’t murder Otero Mesa, vitamin D-ebate, monkeys run this place

news

This Week's News & Opinion: RIP Joey Limas, legislative smackdown, dirty diapers and sunscreen

Limas (left) and Flory Olguin circa 1958. The Albuquerque rivals fought six times.
Courtesy of Flory Olguin
Limas (left) and Flory Olguin circa 1958. The Albuquerque rivals fought six times.

In Memoriam: The last days of Joey Limas

Making Sausage: Legislative smackdown

Odds & Ends: Dirty diapers, evil art attack, police dog taunter, extreme overreacting

Letters: Sunscreen vs. sunshine, scary thoughts, corrections

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Utility rate increase, UV rays, women in MMA and green cars

Brapola

Take a Hike: Utility reps and public advocates trade blows on rate increase

Environment: Neighbors vs. Intel

The Mother Ship: Will Albuquerque become a hub for women’s MMA?

Council Bite: Bikes, art and green cars

Miss Diagnosis: Burned by the FDA’s lack of sunscreen regs

Odds & Ends: Crash saves one, vehicular dog-walking, these tips are killing me, robber strikes in the same place thrice

Letters: Death penalty, smaller schools, driver’s licenses, go Ortiz y Pino!, stroller parker responds, Rebel Radio

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Immigrant detention facility, legislative hard ball, Mesa del Sol

Otero County Processing Center gate
Emily Carey

Prison or processing center? The immigrant detention facility in southern New Mexico

Ortiz y Pino: The guv swings and misses during the 2011 legislative session

Real Estate: Mesa del Sol breaks ground

Odds & Ends: Fake clouds, dung fetish, bank-robbing bungle, Beefy Crunch showdown

Letters: Free-range humans, mercury, outrageous OyP, villanelle correction

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Velocipedes, Dr. Phil, Huckabee sucksabee

Council Watch: Velocipedes on Tramway

Odds & Ends: Boa bite to the implant; aliens and Dr. Phil; Wal-Mart greeter robs ... Wal-Mart; father of the year

Letters: Bummer stickers, pooh-poohing Schrader’s health advice, Huckabee sucksabee, Scientology rebuttal

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Water woes, medical marijuana, Ortiz y Pino, Schrader’s green

Washington
Brapola

The Drain Game: Is a company trying to suck up our water and sell it back to us?

Making Sausage: Medical marijuana, driver’s licenses, drug policy reform

Ortiz y Pino: License to rage

Odds & Ends: The vodka drift; 21 pounds of Ecstasy; sex slave priest; foot thief; burglar calls 911

Letters: Schrader’s green; unaided; no hate speech; police protection

news

This Week's News & Opinion: High school basketball, APD crisis training, ghost bikes, pirate monkeys

basketball team
The 1983 Pecos High School basketball team

Almost Perfect: The championship game one high school basketball coach can’t forget

Newscity: Could APD crisis training have saved a veteran’s life?

Council Watch: Ghost bikes, pigeons, APD

Odds & Ends: Pirate monkeys, dreaded desk-rattler, life-changing ride, tear gas at the cookoff,

Letters: Blind “science,” scientology, addiction, tea baggers, eco activist, Tunisia, hot music

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Arm wrestling, Roundhouse goings on and news from the foxhole

arm wrestling
Toby Smith

Sports: At 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 130 pounds, Burqueño business owner Joseph Cordova is one of the best arm wrestlers in the world.

Roundhouse 2011: Free the data, mysterious influences, save the bikers

Council Watch: Copwatch, millions flow, Volcano Cliffs

From the Foxhole: Arms sales in the Middle East

Odds & Ends: Sculpture floats away; popcorn-related death; beer is alcohol in Russia; shoplifting dare; busted naked

Letters: GMOnsters; links y’all, links

news

This Week's News & Opinion: Traffic woes as business slows, the film industry staring contest

Pick your poison, lead-foots: Chokers? Barricades? Speed humps?

Traffic: Shops near Yale falter, but construction marches on

Don’t Blink: New Mexico can’t flinch in the film contest

Odds & Ends: Baby Facebook, TV show host fugitive, rectum storage, Thin Mint throwdown, don’t forget the ammo

Letters: Gross Guild-goers, Miss D is awesome, we got your sources right here, GM food is just fine

View desktop version