Crib Notes: September 3, 2015

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Crib Notes: September 3, 2015
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1) On Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, new Albuquerque Public Schools Superintendent Luis Valentino _____________________.

) got a huge raise for excellent performance

b) explained how he allowed an individual accused of heinous crimes to be employed as his deputy superintendent

c) went golfing

d) resigned

2) The __________________ house in Bernalillo county is for now for sale.

) dumpiest

b) naughtiest

c) biggest

d) grumpiest

3) New Mexico’s current Secretary of State has been accused by New Mexico’s current Attorney General of _____________________.

) not liking green chile

b) being a Republican

c) fraud and money laundering

d) visiting Red China for unknown purposes

4) In their last home appearance of the 2015 Triple A baseball season, the Albuquerque Isotopes lost to ___________________

a) the Colorado Springs Sky Sox

b) the Duke City Dukes

c) the Springfield Nuclear Reactors

d) the Los Angeles Dodgers

5) In an opinion piece over at Albuquerque Business First, Publisher Candace Beeke makes an allusion to a rock and roll song by _______________ to emphasize our state’s need for quality educational services.

a) Radiohead

b) The Flaming Lips

c) King Khan & BBQ Show

d) Pink Floyd


1) D. After meeting with the APS School Board on Monday morning, Valentino tendered his resignation, effective immediately.

2) C. The biggest home in Bernalillo county, once owned by local recluse Betty Cook, is now on the market for $1.4 million.

3) C. Dianna Duran, the Secretary of State in the Land of Enchantment was charged last Friday with numerous crimes, including fraud, embezzlement and money laundering. These charges came after she was investigated by NM Attorney General Hector Balderas.

4) A. The Colorado team came from behind and defeated the Isotopes at this year’s final home game on Sunday, Aug. 30, by a score of 5-4.

5) D. Unlike the existentially challenged narrator in The Wall, New Mexico does need an education, according to Beeke.

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