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The New Mexico Ag Expo will be celebrating its 25 th anniversary when it opens March 24-25 at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds in Portales. The committee is working to add special touches to mark the occasion. “Ag Expo was a tremendous idea 25 years ago when it started and we want to recognize those founders this year,” said Ag Expo Chair Casey Peacock. We welcome anyone with ideas or ...read more
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LINCOLN AND BOOTH IN SEARCH OF BETTER ANGELS Friday, March 24, 2017 7pm Eastern New Mexico University Theatre Center Tickets: $10. To benefit the new ENMU Summer Theatre Academy for Young People For more details about Lincoln and Booth click here: http://www.enmu.edu/greyhound-gazette/enmu-news/features/721-enmu-instructor-presenting-world-premier-of-lincoln-and-booth-one-man-show
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Portales, NM – March 20, 2017 – Three downtown business owners are recipients of the Façade Grant Improvement Program according to Portales MainStreet Executive Director Sandy Vigil, “ This year Portales MainStreet received seven applications for this reimbursement grant program. This shows that there is a need downtown and stakeholders see the value of keeping their ...read more
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AMARILLO, Texas (March 21, 2017) – Xcel Energy projects it can save Texas-New Mexico customers $2.8 billion over a 30-year period by displacing higher-cost energy with an additional 1,230 megawatts of wind energy – enough electricity to power more than 440,000 typical homes. Most of the new megawatts of wind energy would be generated at two facilities constructed and owned by the ...read more
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