V.22 No.10 |
The Daily Word in unemployment, microbrew taxes, new life
By E.J. Maliskas [ Fri Mar 8 2013 9:05 AM ]
February jobs report shows the economy added 236,000 jobs, bringing the unemployment rate to 7.7 percent.
New Mexico senate has voted to cut taxes on microbreweries.
Russian scientists claim the discovery of a new type of bacterial life in water from an Antarctic lake.
Accused Aurora shooter James Holmes expected to enter a plea next week, after his legal team lost an attempt to challenge the constitutionality of Colorado laws governing mental health defenses.
Some progress seen in the fight against childhood obesity.
Albuquerque bail bond company apologizes to a terrified family after bounty hunters accidentally swarmed their home looking for a bail jumper.
The "thong bandit" is not the name of a SisQo song.
The father of a Rio Rancho Middle School student says his daughter's substitute teacher hit her on the head with a pen.
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