Published February 23, 2017 CANNON BALL, NORTH DAKOTA – Fake news plays out on social media these days. Such is the case on evacuation day evening on Facebook. The Donald Trump News Facebook page had a post that read, “Breaking: Dakota Pipeline on Fire.” With a photo of a structure on fire at the Oceti […]
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The plan would boost funding for classrooms and the courts while cutting money for colleges and universities. It would also raise some taxes and fees.
Published February 23, 2017 ALBUQUERQUE – Looking to develop and educate the next generation of Native American business leaders, local businesses, tribes, state government and educators will come together to host the Native American Youth Empowerment Symposium on March 27, 2017. About 150 high school and college students are expected to attend the symposium at the […]
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Published February 23, 2017 FAIRBANKS, ALASKA – The 2017 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, also known as “The Last Great Race,” is now scheduled to run from Fairbanks to Nome, moving it closer to the original historic route. March 6, 2017 marks the third time in history the official start of the Iditarod will take […]
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Published February 22, 2017 SELLS, ARIZONA — The Tohono O’odham Nation has released a video, “There’s No O’odham Word for Wall,” detailing its opposition to the fortified border wall proposed by President Trump’s recent Executive Order. The video also reiterates the Nation’s commitment to continue working with federal, state and local agencies on border security measures with […]
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On the eve of a meeting between Mexico’s president and American officials, Mexican officials emphatically rejected the latest Trump administration immigration proposal.
The bill would effectively strip the existing Act of its usefulness in helping to protect the people of New Mexico against many kinds of public corruption and other forms of wrongdoing.
The former U.S. congresswoman’s appearance at the Legislature demonstrated that the campaign for gun control is not letting up during the final weeks of the session.