V.21 No.45 | 11/8/2012
The Daily Word in goodbye Elmo, goodbye energy dependence, goodbye Julena
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Nov 12 2012 10:40 AM ]
Voice of Elmo exits Sesame Street amid sex scandal accusations.
Albuquerque woman accused of driving twice the speed limit and drinking beer while driving with two children in the car.
United States predicted to achieve energy independence by 2017.
Scientists at Duke say they’ve finally succeeded in building a perfect invisibility cloak.
Double shooting in southeast Albuquerque leaves one dead and another hospitalized.
Study suggests that flu and fever during pregnancy are linked to autism risk in children.
MmmMmm Fiber in your Pepsi.
MmmMmmMmm: Salmonella in your Nesquik.
What are the chances of Marijuana legalization in New Mexico?
Who knew drops of milk hitting coffee could be so darn beautiful?
Lobo men’s soccer team misses out on tournament championship title.
Twin baby boys bouncing and giggling and giggling and bouncing.
V.19 No.39 | 9/30/2010
The Daily Word 9.28.10: Obama in the South Valley, Elmo street fights, Vdara hotel death ray
By Adam Fox [ Tue Sep 28 2010 10:30 AM ]
President Obama is here in our very own South Valley this morning.
They want you to stay home and vote in your birthday suit in Illinois.
A small-town mayor in Mexico was stoned to death.
There’s some kind of tourist-melting death ray at the Vdara hotel in Las Vegas.
Los Angeles hit a record-high 113 degrees yesterday. Looks like we’re in for a balmy fall.
In other the-world-is-ending news, NYC is issued another tornado watch.
Production of The Hobbit movie may be shut down due to a possible actors strike.
Sarah Palin booed on “Dancing with the Stars” supporting her daughter “Bristol the Pistol” (her words, not mine).
Four new world records are set ... for the fastest stiletto race.
Elmo was attacked and ended up kicking someone’s ass in Winter Park, Florida.
The UNM Lobos football team has been rated the third worst in the nation, according to ESPN.
Spring Break Adventure Camp at Vista Grande Community Center
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