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New Mexico building permits: November 2018

New Mexico issued 324 building permits for privately owned housing during November, according to data obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Analysis: University of New Mexico ranks 78th best for medical research in the nation, study finds

University of New Mexico finished in a tie for 78th in a ranking of best medical schools for research by U.S. News that examined 120 campuses around the nation.

Analysis: IRS audit rate for McKinley County residents is highest in New Mexico

McKinley County residents were audited by the Internal Revenue Service at a greater rate than similar jurisdictions in New Mexico, according to an analysis by the website 24/7 Wall St.

Analysis: Which college baseball program grossed the most in the U.S.

University of New Mexico-Main Campus tops the list of highest grossing college baseball programs nationwide in 2016

CLOVIS - CURRY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: City Hall Hours of Operation During Construction

Clovis City Hall will be closed for construction on Friday, May 17 and Monday, May 20, 2019.

NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE: New Mexico Hemp Growers Must Obtain License from NMDA

New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte would like to remind the public that all hemp growers in New Mexico must obtain a license from the New Mexico Department of Agriculture.

Analysis: University of New Mexico medical school ranks 21st best for primary care in the nation

University of New Mexico finished in a tie for 21st in a ranking of best medical schools for primary care by U.S. News that examined 120 campuses around the nation.

Analysis: New Mexico posts 10th highest foreclosure rate in first quarter

One in 745 properties in New Mexico started the foreclosure process during the first quarter of the year -- the 10th highest foreclosure rate in the nation, according to an ATTOM Data Solutions analysis of property data.

Gavin Clarkson Pledges to Support Term Limits on Congress

U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the non-partisan national movement to limit terms for elected officials, praises New Mexico U.S. Senate candidate Gavin Clarkson for signing the pledge for a term limits on Congress amendment.

NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT DEPARTMENT: NMED and DOH to offer 200 free domestic water well tests in Rio Arriba County this weekend

Surveys show the majority of New Mexican private well users haven’t had their water tested, even though most do not have water treatment systems installed.

Analysis: Albuquerque area posts 23rd highest foreclosure rate in first quarter

One in 493 properties in the Albuquerque area started the foreclosure process during the first quarter of the year -- the 23rd highest foreclosure rate among metropolitan statistical areas nationwide, according to an ATTOM Data Solutions analysis of property data.

Analysis: University of New Mexico's engineering program ranks 85th best in the nation, study finds

University of New Mexico finished in a tie for 85th in a ranking of best engineering programs by U.S. News that examined 199 campuses around the nation.

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY: New Homeland Security Course at NMHU

New Mexico Highlands University is offering a new Introduction to Homeland Security course through a partnership with the Santa Fe Police Department.

Analysis: Sandoval County posts 32nd highest foreclosure rate in first quarter

One in 341 properties in Sandoval County started the foreclosure process during the first quarter of the year -- the 32nd highest foreclosure rate among metropolitan statistical areas nationwide, according to an ATTOM Data Solutions analysis of property data.

Average teacher salaries in New Mexico rank 3rd lowest in nation

The average New Mexico teacher’s 2018-19 salary is estimated to be $47,826, the 49th highest in the nation, according to annual rankings and estimates released last month by the National Education Association (NEA).

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