V.23 No.20 |
The Daily Word in a mad doggy, New Mexico's most wanted and police chief camera sex
In case you're sad about Barbara Walters leaving “The View,” you can read about how she wants to spend her retirement.
Police try to categorize what kind of killer Aaron Hernandez is … you know … in case he gets convicted.
Charity Johnson, a 34-year-old woman from Texas, was arrested after posing as a high school student for nearly a year.
Police unions across the nation are pushing for workers' compensation if they suffer from PTSD.
Since ABQ Pride is coming up, here's a little snippet of milestones in the effort to legalize gay marriage, as compiled by the Miami Herald.
Mason Campbell, the 12-year-old suspect in January's Roswell Middle School shooting, is expected to plead guilty at today's hearing.
It's “America's Most Wanted”—New Mexico style. Okay, it's New Mexico's Most Wanted.
“Naia” is apparently proof that modern Native Americans and the first Americans share common ancestors.
V.22 No.29 | 7/18/2013
Prescription for Termination
Medical marijuana laws conflict with employers’ drug testing policies
Barron Jones reports on what happens when employer’s drug testing policies, federal law and state medical marijuana laws clash, and a court case that may set precedent.
V.22 No.13 |
The Daily Word in Betty Page, valley fever, Bangladesh and Glorp!
Do you have Valley Fever?
This little boy lost his ear on Easter.
The public meeting about the proposed Rio Grande and Candelaria roundabout was very long and inconclusive.
Don't forget about the treasure buried in the Sangre de Cristos.
Increasingly, it appears North Korea is serious.
Paul Rose, infamous member of the Quebec separatist group the F.L.Q, died last month.
35 Atlanta area teachers and administrators are turning themselves in to police this morning.
Upcoming auction of Betty Page photos gives us an excuse to look at Betty Page photos.
This article about the current war crimes tribunals in Bangladesh has a great timeline of the country's tragic history.
Your life isn't complete until you have watched the world's worst Pink Floyd cover.
A tragedy of amazing proportions befell this flea circus.
On this day in 1947, Author Camille Paglia was born.
V.21 No.10 | 3/8/2012
18 veterans commit suicide each day
That’s the startling opener to Alex Limkin’s column “Flashes of Light,” which is all about staying alive after war.
Limkin, an Iraq War veteran, took a trip with Outward Bound. The wilderness organization leads vets through the backcountry for free. It’s part of an effort to help people cope with post-traumatic stress.
Folks can apply here.
From the Foxhole
Flashes of Light
Staying alive after war
An average of 18 veterans commit suicide each day. The source for this statistic is not some obscure group with an anti-war agenda but an organization that probably knows something about the rate at which veterans are killing themselves—the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
V.20 No.12 | 3/24/2011
Playing Chicken With Millions
Senators battled as the final moments of the 2011 legislative session ticked away
Song of the Earth at Bookworks
Basic Computer Class at Taylor Ranch Library
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