V.21 No.50 | 12/13/2012
The Daily Word in pacemaker cells, lunar crashes, paranormal sightings
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Dec 17 2012 10:34 AM ]
Lobos beat up the Aggies to move their record to 11-0.
New lab study shows results for a gene inserted into ordinary heart cells transforming them into " pacemaker" cells that regulate cardiac rhythm.
Baby girl Brinna Milligan delivered by her father on the side of I-25 yesterday morning.
Police say a man stabbed his neighbor because the victim’s niece was playing and being too loud.
Everybody loves a good crash, NASA included. The organization is ending the missions of two spacecraft by smacking them into a lunar mountain at almost 4,000 mph.
The best paranormal sightings of 2012.
The best satellite images of 2012.
What does Middle Earth look like from space?
Save the raptors!
Don’t you just hate it when someone steals your driveway?
Rock Hill Herald apologizes for displaying a large ad for guns next to their story about the Sandy Hook shooting.
Tiny, yippy dogs can now protect homes too.
Jedi is the seventh-most popular religion in Great Britain.
Girl in a Band at UNM Student Union Building
Bookworks and the UNM Creative Writing Program present rock musician Kim Gordon, who gives a talk about her memoir.
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