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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

07:33 min | 2 months ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Three years after Tara had gone missing, tensions between the doles and the county sheriff Lawrence Romero senior were rising. The doles believed the department wasn't doing enough to help find their daughter to which Romero told the Albuquerque journal, quote, I don't think I left a stone unturned and 29 years of law enforcement I haven't seen anything more frustrating. End quote. The department was understaffed and beleaguered and yet deputies would chase down whatever lead they could traveling to Oklahoma to see if a runaway someone had seen was Tara or searching abandoned mine shafts. Despite the majority opinion that Tara had likely been killed the day she went missing. Apparently, according to the Albuquerque journal, detectives would call the dolls to run any theory by them. Quote, maybe Tara was a courier hired to take drugs to Mexico that may be Tara was peddled to a black market in the near east that may be Tara had been captured and tortured by satanic cultists that may be Tara had been hit by a drunken driver who then carted her off. It may be Tara took off because she didn't like her mother. Ah, yes, when all else fails, blame satanists or the mother. And then, in 1991, sheriff Romero senior suffered his own tragedy when his son Lawrence Romero junior shot himself to death in his rented trailer home. Romero senior said, quote, I know the dolls pain. I really do. At least I got to bury my child. I mean, it's a little different friend having your child disappear and devoting the rest of your life to finding them and losing your child to suicide, but okay, I'll allow it for now. In 1993, the Valencia county DA's office took over the case from the anemic sheriff's department. Contract investigator J eschenberg, who is described by the Albuquerque journal, basically as Tommy Lee Jones in the fugitive, inherited a thick stack of files on the case. Eschenberg also found himself at odds with the Dole family telling the journal, quote, I love them dearly, but I won't discuss the case with them anymore. We've come to differ about some things. Pat was still convinced the terror was alive and wanted every lead pursued. Eschenberg, on the other hand, believed that there was a trio of individuals whom he refused to name, I think because of lack of physical evidence, who he thought ram Tara off the road abducted raped and killed her. Meanwhile, pat was still chasing down every lead no matter how cockamamie it might have been. So called psychics from all over the country would call to tell her they had visions of Tara getting onto a bus in San Diego or that she was in an abandoned barn and Kentucky or that she was eating tomatoes with cheese and Italian dressing, which was apparently terrorist favorite snack. This last one, pat said, put her in a chill. But eschenberg chalked it all up to coincidence and said that the circus element made his job much harder. The whole thing was wearing down on pat as well. 8 years of dogged determination, years in which she carried guilt at shortchanging her other children and pursuit of Tara, and apparently surviving on a diet made up mostly of black coffee and cigarettes, took its toll on her well-being. In August of 1996, a good friend of pat's died, and then pat had to investigate an apparent suicide on the railroad tracks as part of her job. And then, Texas law enforcement officials called to say they'd found a skeleton and some tennis shoes that were similar to the ones Tara had been wearing when she disappeared. The dental records didn't match, and this seemed to be the final straw. Her blood pressure was skyrocketing. She was exhausted and sad. It was only at this point that pat received any mental health support. Look, I know things were different in the 90s, but lord have mercy. Please, please, please. Go to therapy. Pat died from a series of strokes in 2006 at 64. Three years after moving to Florida where she hoped not every single thing would remind her of Terra, but where she also feared Tara wouldn't be able to find them if she did come home. She honestly never gave up hope. According to crime magazine, one of her last to do lists read, laundry, vacuum, dust, right letter to FBI. And then, in 2008, Valencia county's new sheriff Rene Rivera told the Albuquerque journal. The individuals who did the harm to Tara, knew who she was, they knew who she was and their all local individuals. And I believe that the parents of the attackers were some of the people that helped the individuals with hide in the truth or hiding the body or trying to escape prosecution. I'm sorry, what? Pardon me? Not only that, but Rivera said that he had known for years who had done it and who had helped cover it up. That it wasn't much of a secret in certain circles. The reporter for the journal was like, um, why haven't there been any arrests then? And Rivera explained that without a body, they couldn't prove anything. But he believed that the people living with the secret, the people who'd been carrying it around for 20 years were bound to break and come forward in order to relieve their consciences. That's an awful lot of faith in humanity, bob. An awful lot. When Tara's stepdad, John heard this news, he said, I thought it was silly when I heard it. There's such a thing as circumstantial evidence, and I know another place is they've gotten a conviction on strong circumstance evidence. It should never have been said unless they are the sheriff's department is willing to make an arrest, angle forward with it. Despite Rivera's claims that he knew who had done it and that people would be coming out of the woodwork any day now to clear their consciences, it was another decade before Tara's case began to heat up again. A friend of Tara's Melinda Escobar had finally decided that enough was enough, and she took it upon herself to investigate what had really happened to her friend all those years ago. And what she found was just, I hope you're sitting down. First, in 2013, a man named Henry Brown made a deathbed confession in which he claimed to have seen what he thought was a dead body wrapped in a blue tarp and a makeshift basement under Lawrence Romero junior's trailer the night of Tara's disappearance. Yes, the former sheriff's son. Brown said that Romero junior and a man named Dave Silva then discussed how they, along with another young man named Leroy Chavez had intentionally hit Tara with their car. Put her in the back of their truck, drove off to some gravel pits where they raped her.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Even with the rapid response from local police, after a two week search, quote involving local and state police various military units and hundreds of volunteer searchers on foot on horseback on four wheels as well as an airplanes and helicopters. According to the Albuquerque journal, only three traces of Tara were found. There were huffy tire tracks, the Boston cassette tape and the broken viewing window of the Sony Walkman. All found on the shoulder on a point along Tara's usual highway route. 7 witnesses would reported seeing Tara at various points along her route were questioned. The Albuquerque journal piece from 1994 said that she was last seen at 1145 a.m. only two miles from home, but the 2013 piece from the same paper said the last confirmed sighting was 1130 a.m. about a half mile from her home. At any rate, reports say she had been headed northbound toward home. 5 of the eyewitnesses reported they'd seen an old white pickup truck, probably a Ford with a camper shell over its bed following Tara pretty close behind. Tara, who was wearing her earphones and probably rocking out to more than a feeling, seemed unaware of the truck. One of the witnesses who reported seeing the vehicle apparently underwent hypnosis twice. I guess to try to get more information out of him, after all that, all police had was a composite sketch of the truck. And you know me, I'm no truck expert, but I'm willing to bet there are a lot of old white pickup trucks in New Mexico. So I can't imagine the sketch was going to do them much good. Strangers, we have a new sponsor just in time for the holidays. Skylight frames. Have you priced out frames lately? They're not cheap. And in this age of digital photos, who's really printing out photos still anyway. You know who? My parents and probably your parents. Speaking of parents, miners super picky about putting holes in their walls to hang photos and all their side tables are already overflowing with pictures of my kid. The skylight frame holds up to 8000 digital photos, so now all I have to do is send pictures to their unique skylight frame email address. They get a notification, click and instantly they have a new photo of their grandson, and they don't have to find any more space for it. These days, we're all taking so many pictures that no one would be able to print and frame them all, with a skylight frame as long as you have Wi-Fi, you can view thousands of pictures. The skylight frame makes a perfect gift for family and friends, and you really don't have to be tech savvy to use it. Like at all. Now as a special offer, you can get $15 off your purchase of a skylight frame when you go to skylight frame dot com and enter code strange. That's right. To get $15 off your purchase for skylight frame, just go to skylight, frame dot com and enter code strange. That's S ky GHT FR AME dot com and promo code strange. The search efforts continued with family and friends helping out fueled mostly by Tara's parents, pat and John Dole. John told the Albuquerque journal I was on fire initially, in fact, I think a meet a lot of people pretty nervous, including law enforcement which wasn't my intent. But I was determined. I'm a pretty straightforward person and I'll give you an answer if you ask. But it might not be the one you like. And he had help, the search became a community affair, a family friend told the Albuquerque journal. I helped search the whole area for at least a week. We looked everywhere near the home, the surrounding areas of NM 47, there were many many people out there helping to search. Within 5 months of Tara's disappearance, 80,000 flyers had been mailed to law enforcement agencies all across the country from coast to coast and even up to Canada. There's no mention of Mexico at all, which is odd given its proximity to New Mexico. Like if you're worried she may have been taken across the border, wouldn't you think it was the closer border? Despite these efforts, the case went cold. After years and years of searching with no leads, the police went to a psychic. Oh, no, I'm sorry. I read that wrong. The police went to a psychic 9 days in. 9 days. They searched for just over a week and were like, ugh, this isn't working. What can we do? 9 days. Let me tell you when it's appropriate to go to a psychic for help with a missing person. Never. To be fair, they didn't seek out the psychic she came to them and was like, I know where the missing girl is

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

06:03 min | 2 months ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Calico was born on February 20th, 1969, and bell in New Mexico, about 30 miles south of Albuquerque. Her mother pat's pregnancy had been so difficult, doctors told her not to buy any baby stuff. Unfortunately, it's pretty much impossible at this point to know what exactly the difficulties with the pregnancy were, but pregnancy, it turns out, is a pretty precarious state to be in for a lot of people. And one can only hope the doctor wasn't like on his way out the door and just casually went, oh yeah, I wouldn't buy any baby shit if I were you. Anyway. Pat and Tara's father divorced not long after Tara was born, and pat remarried when Tara was 6. Tara's new stepdad, John Dole, worked for the same railroad company pat did. The new blended family was basically a modern day Brady bunch with pat's three children, Todd, Chris and Tara, and John's two daughters Debbie and Michelle. John became a father figure to Tara and later told the Albuquerque journal in 2013 that Tara was a feisty athletic little girl, which he attributed to being raised with two older brothers. He said if they wanted to go out and last so a snake, she was right there with him. She ran. She rode her bike every day. She was always on the go. As she got older, friends and family knew Tara to be incredibly generous, hardworking, and kind. She started earning money by the age of 5, selling homemade paperweights door to door. She was kind to animals, she gave blood like a lot of blood. Her mom told the Albuquerque journal that she probably had given a gallon by the time she was 19. Pat also said the Tara was the glue that held the family together. She was the one who made all the birthday plans and appointments for family portraits. Her younger stepsister Michelle said despite the four year age difference, especially as they both got older, Tara would bring Michelle along to hang out with friends or go shopping or biking. Tara was also a great student, she spoke French, played the violin and tennis. Wow, this is making me feel like a real slouch. While she was in her senior year of high school, Tara also took courses at the local community college. She told friends she was thinking about becoming a psychologist. In short, it seems like Tara was a pretty stellar human being. A parent's dream and everyone's best friend. Except she probably wouldn't have been mine because I absolutely would not have been able to keep up with her. As her sophomore year at the university of New Mexico Valencia began, Tara would spend every morning going on a 34 mile bike ride. 34 miles, that's pretty much how wide the state I live in is from east to west. Every morning she would ride the equivalent of the width of Rhode Island. I am exhausted, just thinking about that. Anyway. Tara's mother pat had taken the ride with her a few times. I can not picture my mother having even gotten on a bicycle. Let alone riding 34 miles on it. But she stopped because she got bad vibes on the route. She said there was one morning where she felt like she'd been stalked by a motorist while on the ride. She apparently suggested to Tara that she carry mace with her when she went. According to pat, Tara said don't be silly because she generally just trusted people. And, like, hindsight is 2020, but pat should have insisted Tara either change her root or carry the damn mace. I know she was 19 and had agency over her own body, but technically 19 year olds are still tiny little lost lambs who still need their mommies to make sure their shoes are tied and they have their emergency whistles on them at all times. I say this as someone who used to be 19 years old and fine, maybe she trusted people, but carry the mace just in case of, I don't know, a cougar attack, whatever kind of animal lives in the New Mexico desert. On September 20th, 1988, she headed out for her daily Olympian bike ride on her mom's pink coffee because her own bike had a flat tire. Strapped on her Walkman headphones with a Boston cassette and told her mom that if she wasn't backed by noon to come get her. Now, nothing I read or watched about this case stopped on that sentence, which is bonkers to me. Who says something like that? I mean, I do all the time if I'm not back in a half hour call the police, ha ha ha ha, but that's because I write this show and I watch a lot of dateline. Was Tara just kidding? Or was she worried about something or someone in particular? And if she was for the love of Peter Dinklage change your root and Carrie mace. Needless to say, Tara wasn't backed by noon. Pat, true to her word immediately went out looking for her. She drove Tara's normal route and found nothing. Not a single sign of Terra. She went back later that same afternoon with some of Tara's Friends, but again, nothing. She then called the local hospital and rescue unit neither of which had seen or heard from Tara. Her next call was to the Valencia county police department where she filed a missing person's report. According to a 2013 piece in the Albuquerque journal, quote, within 5 hours, Tara's name was entered into the NCIC national crime information center as a missing person with a notification that foul play was feared. I don't know if that means within 5 hours of her disappearance or within 5 hours of her mother reporting her missing, but either way, it's remarkable. Tara was technically an adult, and it seems to me that even when kids are missing, police wait till forever to file a report to do anything official about it because for all we know, your kid ran away.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Minutes after one o'clock Monday afternoon 23rd Day of August. Beautiful day in Santa Fe. Nice, big, white puffy clouds. You actually have some moisture in them 20% chance of isolated thunderstorms today. Right now it's 85 degrees. Air quality, superb single digits. Air quality is three. Like golf. Lower the number the better. I need to check on the golf course. Hurricane rain down, stormed out the final round of the FedEx Cup tournament, so it's being played the down. We'll have to check on the scores. We will talk to you. Mary Herrera, two o'clock executive director, Wine and Chili 2 30 today, 2 30 to 3 30 were scheduled to have on the CEO and president Of P and M happens at Qalandia Vice president and CFO Dan Terry and the corporate development director of Hybrid Rolla, Pedro Blast calves. 2 30 today. 3 30 Today we'll talk jobs Drink with Christopher Brownlee from the department worked for his connections. 27 minutes after one o'clock. So obviously covid still the big news covid and Afghanistan the big news, But you know lots of things going on locally. You want to call in chat about anything on your mind ending market be a good topic. 55424 12 60. Did you go? Did you like it? Did you buy stuff where people wearing masks? And this is why it's important. So you've got your two shots, Moderna, Pfizer, your one shot J and J, you know Time enough time is last year now fully Fully protected. Well, we were Until this Delta thing came along. You may not have seen the headline Saturday's Albuquerque Journal Story by Dan McKay That 19% Of the new covid cases in New Mexico. Are amongst those who are vaccinated. So let's just round it up slightly one in five New covid case in New Mexico people fully vaccinated. Not good. So that means that 81% or 80%. Of the cases are People who are unvaccinated 13% of hospitalizations. In a recent four week period. Are people who are vaccinated. So 87% are the unvaccinated. But still it's a fairly high number. Let's just say Take argument, one in five New cases of Covid Delta variant. Are vaccinated people. David Morgan Department of Health spokesman for D O H. Talking about? These new cases. Across New Mexico. Of people who Have been vaccinated. Sent February one people who weren't fully vaccinated have made up 91%. Of the state's covid 19 cases. Send February one. 92% of hospitalization. The unvaccinated. According to a journal analysis of WH reports in a recent four week period. People who weren't fully vaccinated made up about 81% of the new cases. 19% of people fully vaccinated. 19%.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Deal. Carlin writes about it today and the Today's Albuquerque Journal. Santa Fe facing wave of evictions. Also the city, just saying out little while ago, a press release Interesting timing. And search line in Mexico. In posting a story about something else said next month, which is, you know, just around the corner to 27 so sometime in May search like New Mexico Will be doing a story on evictions in Santa Fe. Host. Pandemic. If he moratoria. Are not renewed. And high five. Congratulations. Blue ribbon Gold star. Oscars to chain Breaker, Jane Breaker Collective. And if you would like You can go to There. Website. Maybe best thing to do is just go to human impact. Dot org slash Santa fe e e eviction. Human impact that orc slash Santa Fe eviction a long report. About what we may be facing. Barring leadership, strong leadership. Top. I mean the president top. I mean the governor top. I mean, the mayor. He could have up to as many and 5700 evictions. Once government protections in That came from a study released yesterday by chain breaker collecting 5700 Convict Eve actions. 50 hit 700 Eve actions. You have to multiply that by. I don't know what it's not One. It's not one in a fraction. It's the least two Because those air households those air, not individuals, I am thinking And even during this time of the so called Pandemic moratorium or moratoria, whichever you prefer. Landlords have apparently been Eve IQ ting tenants So that is question Number two. What are we doing about it? Is there anything that can be done about it? And the governor. Can the mayor Can anybody L Landlords. They done wrong? Would it make sense to arrest now what.

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Virgin Galactic delays spaceflight test to May

Phil's Gang

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Virgin Galactic delays spaceflight test to May

"Company Virgin Galactic, as postponed its next mission to space from New Mexico until at least May after a test flight from December was aborted due to computer malfunction. Albuquerque Journal reports. An investigation by the company found that electromagnetic interference caused the spaceships onboard computer to re boot during the December flight.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio 6 45 because here with sports, let's start with that game. That wasn't last night, everyone Marty about 30 minutes before tip off in Fort Collins. Last night, the Mountain West announced it. These two game home series against New Mexico, which also included a game tomorrow would be postponed due to covert 19, sources say. Local health officials considered Lobo's assistant coach Scott Padget of resume positive after showing symptoms and shut the game down due to concerns over close contacts. New Mexico athletic director Eddie Noon yet said the decision was made by Letterman County officials recommending the move is a precaution. As opposed to any confirmed positive case in the Lobos program that, according to the Albuquerque Journal, No New Mexico players had tested positive as of Tuesday night. The Rams, whose game Saturday with UNC was already canceled because of covert won't be back on the hardwood until next weekend at Nevada. Yesterday. Major League Baseball announced to start dates for workouts and 2021 spring training teams will report next week with pitchers and catchers beginning on February. 17th Full squad workouts start following Monday. February 22nd. Saturday's announced for Broncos quarterback and safety John Lynch. We're headed to the Hall of Fame this summer as part of the 2021 class. Here's what the sheriff said on his own press conference Sunday morning before the Super Bowl about what was going through his mind when he chose Denver after being released by the Colts. I was nervous. I did not know how it was going to play out. But remember the Broncos organization. John Elway. John Fox. Mr Bowlen remember having a couple of conversations with him that first year and even though his health was declining, everybody made me feel welcome. And that was really that was really helpful in this kind of transition period for this second chapter of my football career, Manning Lynch and the rest of the New Hall of Fame class as well as the entire 2020 class if you choose Steve Atwater, scheduled to be enshrined in Canton early August. The Nuggets look to stop their three game losing streak tonight when they host Cleveland. Tip off from ballerina at seven A sports I'm bringing crystalline care when his radio home the Broncos, bumps and.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"K o a news radio time is 5 14 time for sports now with Kay and I know Marty was looking forward to that game last night with CSU. It didn't happen. What's going on? Everyone. Marty about 30. Minutes before tip off in Fort Collins. Last night, the Mountain West announced it ceases to game home. Syria's against New Mexico, which also included a game tomorrow would be postponed due to covert 19. Sources say. Local health officials considered Lobo's assistant coach, Scott Padget of resume positive after showing symptoms and shut the game down due to concerns over close contacts. New Mexico athletic director rating unions said the decision was made by Larimer County officials recommending the move is a precaution, as opposed to any confirmed positive case in the Lobos program that, according to the Albuquerque Journal, No New Mexico players had tested positive as of Tuesday night. Rams, whose game Saturday with UNC was already canceled because of covert won't be back on the hardwood until next weekend at Nevada. Yesterday, Major League Baseball announced the start dates for workouts and 2021 spring training teams. Report. Next week with pitchers and catchers beginning on February 17th Full squad workouts start Following Monday, February 22nd Saturday was announced former Broncos quarterback and safety John Lynch. We're headed to the Hall of Fame this summer as part of the 2021 class. Here's what the sheriff said on his own press conference Sunday morning before the Super Bowl about what was going through his mind when he chose Denver after being released by the Colts. I was nervous. I did not know how it was going to play out. But remember the Broncos organization. John Elway. John Fox. Mr Bowlen. I remember having a couple of conversations with him that first year and even though his health was declining, everybody made me feel welcome. And that was really that was really helpful in this kind of transition period for this second chapter of my football career, Manning Lynch and the rest of the New Hall of Fame class as well as the entire 2020 class of features. Steve Atwater, scheduled to be enshrined in Canton early August. The Nuggets look to stop their three game losing streak tonight when they host Cleveland. Tip off from ballerina at seven A sports I'm bringing crystalline care when his radio home the Broncos bumps and Rockies here we NewsRadio.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Good afternoon sent up a happy Tuesday, ninth day of February. First half hour wide open. Wanna jump in right now? Talk about anything on your mind. Fine with me. 505424 12 60 Way won't talk to Michael Coleman and 1 30 Michael, now communications strategist. For an organization called Public Citizen. Based in Austin, Texas. Michael, the former D C correspondent for the Albuquerque Journal wrote a piece about Ted Cruz and Texas. That went win big went to the biggest newspapers. Reprinted in Texas, calling out Ted Cruz for being worthless. Dr Michael Coleman 1 30. Dave Jenkins will join us join us at two o'clock today. Dave is the president of conservatives. For responsible stewardship. I think we can read that as Royle. Conservatives will find out at two o'clock. State senator from District 16 and Albuquerque in Planet City. A. Lopez also candidate from congressional District number one at 33. 30 today, our weekly conversation With the medical director from La Familia Medical Center. That would be one Dr Wendy Johnson. First half hour, though, is wide open. You wanna jump in talk about anything that is.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on True Consequences

"If he could try to solve this case so it's never been officially closed but it's definitely gone cold and officer with the new mexico. State police decided to dedicate whatever free time he had to absorb all he could about the case. Oh also the descendants of the laureus family decided to also do the same thing so there's been many areas many connections where they've been trying to figure out what happened to these four people so Don ashcroft who is A relative of the the laureus Couple he wrote our contention is that the bodies are still in vaughan though. I'm not at liberty to divulge. Why at this point. He believes that they were killed. In vaughan and that they're buried their their disappearance quickly evolved into a long trail of clues but no none of which produce their bodies or who may be responsible. Some of their belongings were found. Smoldering in a heap on albuquerque's east side. Where knob hill is today. Oh yeah More belongings were dumped in awe paso. What and the nineteen twenty nine. Nash was found abandoned in dallas texas. Holy shit the vehicle showed signs of damage and put that was potentially caused by multiple accidents. All the pieces scattered over. Several states resulted in one of new mexico's largest manhunts. According to the albuquerque journal every single state police officer all twenty seven of them at the time. Along with fifteen national guardsmen twenty members of the one hundred eleventh cavalry and two hundred plus volunteering. Albuquerque scoured the east mesas and to harass canyon a dragged vehicles and walker. Six miles long. Comb the miles from albuquerque to willard avenue where willard is. I think willard is on the weight of on okay. This search centered on sikora. Were from They looked in carrizo. San marcial gallup. Quemado report go the rio grande. A high profile case. Attracts lots of juniors detectives albuquerque journal writes someone reported blood on a bush. Another bloodstained bedspread a woman in madrid remembered. Two men borrowing a shovel at two. Am that she thought was suspicious. A pair of shorts turned up on a street and gallup. Some three hundred suspects were detained and questioned as police look for a man fitting the description of a probable killer a dark youth tattooed arm I don't know where they came up with the description of dark youth but it sounds pretty racist to meeting after they've come up with like these three hundred suspects in the family and the the state police detective who's still currently trying to solve this case. Talked about what he thought may have happened to them while they were involved. They allegedly mailed to postcards to friends and family wanted to postcards. Read came through this place in. Am trouble of any kind Was the note jotted on the card and the other one said going to boulder dam. Which was now. The hoover dam Then to los angeles but of course they never reached their final destination. So according to officer rhode with new mexico state police e the two postcards among all that evidence convinced rose. The couple spent the night in vaughan..

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Now and two o'clock That is fine with me. Anything you want to talk about is good. I'm happy with that. Five of 5424 to 12 60 same phone number we will use to give away $25 gift card. Joe's dining and you can use it, however you want because you'll win it on military. You And you can use it. If you get it in time, I guess to order up and score some food for the big football game on Sunday. If you want or like I said, do whatever your heart Desires with it. Giveaway that $25 gift card to Joe's dining and little bit for two for 12 sixties Be the phone number. Interesting story today in the Albuquerque Journal about Santa Fe is written by Kyle Land from the journal North. And I don't know if Kyle lives up here. We just writes about northern New Mexico in Santa Fe. But he understands Santa Fe, judging by the very first sentence in the story. Name of the story is locals. Worry. Over proposed Santa Fe. Project. First sentence is thus It's a familiar battle in Santa Fe. Developers versus neighborhood associations. And nails. It Attention will be unfolded play tonight. In the Santa Fe Planning Commission votes on code changes for the CIA station development. A mixed use project that would provide housing and commercial space near Zia and same Francis. Have to bid. I was not all that familiar with the scope of the project. It will seek to build nearly 400 housing units. Is one of many currently in Santa Fe in some stage of development as the city seeks to address a dire shortage in available housing units, especially those considered affordable City required 15% of housing music units in a development to be affordable. Zia station development would be 10% affordable for 10 years. And they would pay a $150,000 fee and Lou to the city in place of other affordable units. Sidebar, Your Honor, which is still a program. I do not understand. How does that actually end up creating affordable housing? Back to this story. But as with many development projects in Santa Fe, the CIA station development has drawn the ire of many neighborhood residents, who say the project would dramatically increase the amount of traffic in the area. Begin the project. The developer s F. Brown incorporated will need the city to approve multiple code changes at the Planning Commission and sit and then the City Council Planning Commission meeting is tonight. Including an exemption from the South Central Highway Quarter overlay, which limits development in much of the area. Long same, Francis Including how tall buildings can be Developers are currently proposing some three story buildings. Which is not allowed under the current designation. Developers would also need the area changed. From a residential to a multi use area. Jennifer Jenkins, who is the development management firm is within whose development management for Excuse me is consulting on the project. Said Increased traffic would be an issue. But their that their proposal comes with significant improvements. To the nearby intersection. You can kind of picture Z and same Frances, right? Either coming down kind of between the Albertsons and Walgreens are coming up to the residential area, and then he hit the tracks. She also said the highway quarter overlay first established in 1986. No longer mesh meshes with the development vision. Representative from the candlelight never had associations say they believe sitting and developers did not take their suggestion seriously during multiple meetings. Association vice president and Oppenheimer said. We have not been shown any alternative plans. Jenkins said Residents never proposed any concrete recommendations to to her during the planning process. Plenty commission's approval or denial of the code changes and not final. That decision would be up to the City Council at a future meeting. There you go. The zeroed in Saint Francis Development could add around 400 housing units. You are thin in me, Mick. Supply of housing here in the state cap we all need. We know we all know we need Many, many, many more housing units, but you have to do it properly. You have to do by the book. Otherwise you're going to get blowback 31 minutes after 1424 12 60, anything you.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I think I want to state you for bringing us de Paris back on your radio show again on Friday. Not that I agree with Steve Parris the whole lot I think you need to listen to different ideas, the other side new points of view, you know, and by the way to meet each other in the middle, you know You often we point. I think there's suspicion to the right into the last Your ideas are bad. Our ideas like vice versa. I don't think it's a good idea. You started medicating and listening to each other a lot more. Okay, is that it? Let's do it. I agree with you, Tom. Appreciate it. Thanks for the call. Stay safe, All right. All right, so Steve Pearce wants Come on on Friday. He will be a three o'clock on Friday. And he wants to talk about how Joe Biden is going to kill the oil and gas industry. So front page story in Saturday's Albuquerque Journal Moratorium, which is what Joe Biden nous. Suggesting a moratorium, not a ban. A moratorium on oil and gas drilling on federal land and off shore, Okay? 60 day moratorium. And Republicans are freaking out, saying that's going to kill the oil and gas industry. Ryan Flynn. Of course, Ryan is the presidency of the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association. And Ryan is no stranger to hyperbole and panic, Ryan says. Quote it very much putting politics above science. Keep that in mind. Is putting politics above science. And yet, if you Look at a story from Bloomberg News. From this morning. Actually published in the Albuquerque Journal. That the story is the headline is clean air issues take a top spot and Biden's agency priorities. And the picture is of Los Angeles. Incan very barely see the downtown of L A because of the fires in the smoke that we know choked. California the entire summer. Air quality in some places was over 400 for most of the summer. Which is dangerous. So what Joe Biden is doing the buying administration is doing is telling agencies to look at the science Look at the science. Around. Allowing more mining of coal. We're allowing Whole firepower plans to remain open. To allow War drilling on federal land. For oil and gas exploration. When the need is obvious. We need to get off oil and gas and fossil fuels and get on solar and wind and probably small nuclear Bio and everything else. Joe Biden teed up a slew of clean Aaron carbon issues as top environmental priorities for his administration in an executive order signed last week. It's a moratorium is not a band, not an outright ban. And that yet Ryan Flynn and other Republicans Deep here is probably on Friday when he's here on the show will say. Oh, no, no, no. Joe Biden is trying to kill our Golden Goose in New Mexico. So that is in today's Albuquerque Journal. Oh, also in today's Albuquerque Journal. A story by Theresa Davis, who was in Albuquerque Journal Staff writer It is about a University of New Mexico study. A local study. And one of the authors of the local study is the dean of the School of Nursing College of nursing at you and him. Dr Christine Casper. And the study has to do with air pollution. As a key health factor. And how Dr Christine Casper says When she has somebody come in, she meets a patient interviews. A patient It's not always what you have is the first question. First question might be where you from? Where do you live? Under what plume of methane or other air pollution do you live? Do you live near oil and gas? Petroleum fields. Do you live near mining? Dr Casper along with Dr Katherine Should Kowski also you, Nam? Have compiled a report about the Importance. Clean air on people's overall health. So, whereas Ryan Flynn or Steve peers The Mac family or oil producers. They're going to say no, You're gonna kill us. You're going to kill Revenue stream of New Mexico and we Because of oil and gas. We have schools and hospitals that usual talking points of the on gas industry in Mexico Oil and gas Association. They leave out the fact that they are killing Actually killing people. With the air pollution that they create. Methane that they release that they have been saying leave us alone. We will police ourselves and yet they don't do it. Air pollution methane Willie's doubles triples 20 times worse year after year. When you're going to start doing that, Ryan When you gonna start policing yourself, Never Never will you do it Never will. You had been, you could actually make money, create industry and jobs by capturing method. To do that. You'd have to admit that for the last 100 years you've been wrong. She's been flaring that methane And killing the planet. And by extension, actually killing humans, especially Especially in a time of a pandemic. That his respiratory related Any it Ryan and probably Steve Pearce on Friday. We'll say no, no. No oil and gas exploration that is more important, more important, and Children breathing or the elderly being able to breathe. I disagree. All right? We'll take a time out. We will come right back..

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Said. Nothing is off the table, including measures limiting access to streets surrounding the capital. You look at what State of Michigan is doing Today. They're putting up very, very large fences and concrete barriers. Roll. Bercy Aga, director of the Legislative Council Service, They run the capital said building administrators have been in essential discussions. Law enforcement and security officials. And putting together security plan for the session. We will have the usual Capitol Security force inside the building. Helping to verify people's identity and keeping the building safe. Rick Barca. Stay center Republican from Bilin. Said he wasn't worried about his safety to capital during the upcoming session. So that's the latest From the city and the state. Around security. Basically from now. Any time between now. And the ensuing weeks. Anything that happens. They say they're gonna be ready. Which is great. It's good to hear very, very glad to hear that. So the Vote is going on in the house whether to impeach For the second time, Donald Trump. Another. White House figure close to the president just announced in. She is leaving her job immediately, and that is so picks. Leaving her job at the White House. Just broke. So he will be impeached for the second time today. 17 coming up in 17 minutes after tune Right, Take a break. We'll come right back. We have news from the Albuquerque Journal. That I don't know. But depending on how they do, it could be great news could be good news could be sort of good news. Could be horrible news depending on how they do..

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"You know, you hit him up and say, Hey, you want Oh, come on, and we'll talk about what's going on. They're up there, and he's always always eager Tonto communicate, and he loves Santa Fe. Let's come back to Santa Fe someday. Anyway when? From Santa Fe to Seattle, back to Santa Fe back to Seattle and not Oklahoma City. He's also going to be the regional editor at the other. Newspapers owned by the U. S. A Today network publication otherwise known as Gannet. So he will be regional editor in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Newman. He co We were very from originally a Paso grew up in her at tone to Mexico. And his career is a part time sports writer at the Carlsbad current Argus, which is still around When work is reported that new Mexican Salt Lake Tribune Seattle Times Washington Post. New York Times. After returning to Seattle. Ray helped lead the Seattle Times coverage of the systemic problems at Boeing. 7 37 Max. So he will take over as the executive editor in regional editor on the 22nd of February. Congratulate revenge. Good guy. Good guys. Grants on up Well, it's a promotion in terms of the job description. Executive editor. So what ago Right? You'll be hearing from me now that I know where you are. All right. Kyle Land for the Albuquerque Journal North today. Writes about what we're going to do in terms of our monuments in our Don't Charge Committee Cultural Committee. City Council vote tomorrow on a resolution to create an official process. We're citizens of Santa Fe to engage in the discussion surrounding the monuments and the statues. The obelisk and the Vargas And the 10 Commandments. So the city comes, will vote on that tomorrow on the actual proposed process. Last year, many Centipedes monuments came under fire. The events and people. They depicted primarily the soldier's monument in the obelisk in the Plaza. Protesters toward down back in October. Had originally featured a racist inscription, referring to Savage Indians. And then the mayor who proposed the 21 member Chart committee. And then decided. Well, let's not do that. Let's do what Albuquerque is doing. So they came up with a different plan. Albuquerque calls it the race history and healing project. So Now this new plan Go before the City Council tomorrow, who would prove the new project team will hold three community discussions? Focused on topics surrounding issues of a dented density in Santa Fe community members can participate in those discussions, respond to a survey. Take part in a one on one interview with the city. To express Your thoughts. I'd opt for the one on one. Those who participated in the three discussions. Well, then be eligible to join a community solutions table. And that will provide final recommendations. For the City Council to approve Goals. The community discussion sound vague. According to the mayor. That's by design. Marriage counselor told reporters yesterday. That it will be up to community members. What issues to bring forth. Allows the community to be heard not just by particular groups, according to Chris. We're very city councilor and allows all individuals To make a comment. So when confronted with a crisis confronted with a problem. This is me being snarky. I understand. This is me being Starkey. You can come up with an idea. And then if You don't like it or You need some more time and you know, we see this all the time. In our jobs, right? Come up with an idea. And then it's like, Well, how's that idea coming along, Richard? Well You know? Come up with a better idea. Come up with a much bigger, better idea. So let's go with that. So then you're back. You know all the way back. Is the beginning. So now you can really delay so now you know, twice the time. If you have nothing done If you go back to square one, come up with a better idea. And then when somebody says, Hey, Richard, How's that new idea Progressing? You got that done? Got it all figured out. When can we see it? You can always say Well, yeah, absolutely. The idea is that we're going to get community input. That's why it's not really. We don't have all the details because We're waiting for community input. Because we want to be inclusive. I know it sounds incredibly snarky. Sounds really, really cynical. I've.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Free. Talk live brian. What you want here. Three two three sixty one sixty six zero three two eight three six one six zero coming up this summer fest. Twenty twenty one. The fifth anniversary fork fest. It's not the fifth anniversary but this is now text the fourth year. After the first one this will be the fifth fork fast and you can learn more about the event by going to fast dot party. We will be there. You're planning on going right. Nobody oh yeah. In fact there was an interesting discovery today that we learned that apparently the free state project after initially saying they were going to be the week before fort fast because one of the reasons we waited a couple months before coming out with announcing the dates for fork fest was. We're waiting on to see what the free state project wanted to do with their porcupine freedom festival and they had initially said that they were going to be the. You know the final week of june. Which is what they normally do with the porcupine freedom festival but then today. They decided they were going to have their event. Also june twenty eighth through july fourth and so it looks like the events are coming together porcupines in four key fans together again. I think it's great. Yeah i think that's a wonderful thing. Yeah i i'm excited about it. I did touch base with some of the porcupine. Freedom festival organizers. Today now they haven't announced who their official you know. Mc or organizer whatever is going to be but there are still some people who are involved that i i did. Speak with one of them today because the the big question and one of the reasons why forecast fest was formed in the first place in two thousand seventeen was there are some people who are disappointed with the direction that the porcupine freedom festival was was going in with just too much of a heavy security presence locking down the camp ground no longer just allowing anybody to be just kind of on the campground camping and and and having like a security checkpoint and things like that restrictive rules on vendors and it was last year that they changed all that and for the better. They made the decision to decentralize the porcupine freedom festival and they made it so anybody who wanted to could come to the campground again during the porcupine free best of all and and camp and not attend officially the porcupine freedom festival if they wanted to. They could but they didn't have to. So that came back in two thousand twenty and also what came back to the porcupine freedom festival was a decentralized atmosphere as far bending was concerned that had gotten very controlling over the years with the porcupine freedom festival and they decentralized that and it was a huge success because they decentralized it and so the big question today from some of the fork festers was well. Are they going to go back in the more centralized direction in two thousand twenty one or are they going to go in the more decentralized direction it sounds like they're going to continue with the decentralisation of the porcupine freedom festival and if that's the case i think it is so far my based on the conversation that i had today it sounds like both festivals can co exist and co mingle and do all that peacefully and i think i think a lot of people will be happy to see that happen because ultimately again if you talk to some people everybody has their own reasons for forecast rheinland. It's a decentralized festival so there's no one who's in charge there's no one person you can go to and say what's this about Because it's about different things for different people. But i think a lot of us wanted to see the porcupine freedom festival sort of return to splendor returned to The golden days if you will the good news the good old days and and the fact that They've they've decentralized. I think shows that the fact that they're willing to come back together with the fork festers and all be on the same campground for the same week together. I think that's a good sign. Yeah yeah. I think that's a wonderful thing you know because you know i i. I'm still technically a member of the free state project. And i love him and i love my my burke festive friends and my work feszty friends and and you know i just want to see everybody get along well. Everybody's not going to get along. I mean that's just the way everybody is they. They'll have their issues with some. But what's likely going to happen. Is the people who don't want get along just won't come and that's fine You know the rest of us will have a good time and it'll be good so go to fessed up party Right now again. Slated for june twenty eighth through july fourth of twenty twenty one. That's forecast party. Go ahead and and lockdown your campsite now while you while you got the chance. Go to rogers campground book your campsite book your rv site or your motel room because if if it's true that both of these festivals are going to happen at the same time and it sounds like they are. That means you better get your campsite and or motel room right away now. Are they taking reservations today. Day are they. Is there anybody in the office. At rogers so wintertime hours are very very limited at rogers campground. Obviously they're not technically open at all during the wintertime year but they do still. As far as i know a couple times a week they will still check voicemails. They will still accept reservations now. How long it will take him to get back to you. I don't know. I haven't heard from people on on how long that takes but okay i'll make my call as soon as i. Can you know now now that bitcoin is made me a thousand air to check that out. Folk fest up party. We go to your calls and thoughts. David is on the line in new mexico. David you're on free. Talk live yeah brief lawyers summary of the final hearing tomorrow at nine forty five but first of all supporting your previous story quote. I'm going mad staying at home all the time and not being able to go to school and play outside with my take. Sorry to interrupt you go ahead and switch your phone. Just go ahead. Make a habit of switching your phone over to whatever it is that is the quieter mode. Because it's just is so distorted. It's really hard to To handle yeah okay anyway so albuquerque. Journal article entitled shadow deaths of the virus that those were the words written in the journal school journal For a project of landon. Fuller of hobbs. New mexico i believe it was hobbes who Shortly after writing those words uh killed.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"That's so great. We got your penny. Yes. All right. There you are. There you are. She was relocating out to the car for fear. Barking dogs. We love the barking dog. Burial Happy New Year. Happy and healthy New Year to you on Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas and all of that. Did not see you during Hanukkah. All did. We No. All right. So Merrill Manav non ISI. How do you How do you prefer being pronounced cause I know I've been doing wrong. In honesty, and my name is Mary. L Marry the Nazi. Okay, New energy economy executive director All right, um, marry l. In the Nazi and Penny. Oh, coin, and we'll get to a white pennies on the show here in a minute. Mary l I started off to show today with four stories. Three on the front page of the Albuquerque Journal one about 2020 being the driest or one of the driest years on record. Next to that front page. The Albuquerque Journal is story about the upcoming Dust Bowl. Low that a story about methane gas release and then we have the EPA is now we do seeing the science possible. Clean air and clean water. They're all related. And you've been working on these forever and ever. I mean, these, you know, dry Dust bowl coming back to New Mexico. Because of oil and gas exploration. Yep, they are all related. That's for sure. Um, And what's interesting also is then a day or two ago. Um there's some really ground breaking information that has come out. Andre will be released in the next intergovernmental panel on climate change and one of the hopeful things Is that they said, if we reduce our emissions to zero That warming will level off. That the climate will stabilize within a decade or two. So that is both hopeful and a message that we must take. You know that we must heat that we must take very seriously. We have a chance to save Children's future because, of course, it's no longer about you or me, Richard. It's about future generations on DSA, so there's some very exciting things that will be upcoming in the next legislative session. To address this, and one of them is too, of course. Um, you know, Stop. All coal burning. But then the other thing is to really rain in oil and guests, but seriously and whether that's the Methane emissions that are, you know, are booming, and I think the industry says it's more than three times their own standards. What's happening being admitted in the Permian Basin? Um Well, we have to. We have to have a ban on fracking. It's just that's what we have to do. We are in the very fortunate position that renewables especially in New Mexico, that renewables can meet all our needs, Um and then we can That storage is available, and it's cost effective at this point, and so what we need to do is have state leadership. And we need to have federal government leadership. And, um, so far that's been lacking And as you just pointed out, it's certainly under the Trump administration. We've gone backwards, not forwards. But we have to really push on Biden as well. And the government and the Luan Grisham administration because fracking, you know Think on Sunday. What did they call it in? The Permian Basin is back like we don't want the Permian Basin to be back. We don't want fossil fuels to be not only Good. Produced here but admitted all over the world. Whether it's you know, just dug up here, but burn somewhere else. All of that is our Is in our control, and we have to take some. Um we have to take really serious action and quickly. All right, you say they'll be new information coming out. You called it exciting. Maybe depressing, exciting slash from the I P. C C and we're also gonna have some breaking news. I think I've been told this month. From a local new Mexico corporation along Mrs. Well, All right, so Mary L introduced Penny. So, um, Penny. Oh, Quinn, um, currently lives in in Carlsbad. Um and, uh, Woz and where I mean, I think that petition. I think the penny should just Jump right in and explain who she is, and on how we know each other on but has happened in her life. She and her husband, Penny of Quinn, and Carl de George, were clients of mine. And, um And we came to know each other because again oven outrage around fracking in the fracking boom that is happening was happening and it's happening in the Permian Basin area. And I will let Penny share what happened to her specifically on January 21st 2020 all right, penny other than the fact you live in Carlsbad. We love Carlsbad. But that's not good enough for the show. Why are you here? Well, I do live in Carlsbad and I live right in the middle of a huge oil field. That moved in. After I moved in, So when I first lived there it was cleaning quiet. Now there's oil and gas all around. Well on January 21st 2020 of Fibers Far flow line owned and operated by W P x energy.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And weather forecast to implement additional pile burns and the famous Ranger district starting as early as tomorrow. That's Wednesday. Flash pile. Burn units include About 1400 acres located in Kenya west off of Forest Road, 10. He's force near to me. East Fork. Here in New Mexico Highway four. And the Hamas Falls East Fork Trail. Also the San Diego wild line Wildlands and Diego Wild Land urban interface. Your name is springs. So they consider the weather conditions right now to be pretty optimal. They're going to continue as long as the weather conditions allow them to to burn the fuel out of the Santa Fe National Forest. You see? Smoke this upcoming weekend? Don't go my good support fire. It could be a forest fired was probably going to be the prescribed burn above the Hamas. Don't have that giant calling me just have that kind of smoke that hangs on the mountaintop. Don't freak out. That's what it will. Well, it'll be okay. All right. So we have the stories today about record Dry. 2020 You know the story Next to that is the Dust bowl returning Yanks below that. These are all on the front page of today's Albuquerque Journal Below that New Mexico begins. Methane rule hearing. Are they related? Of course they're all related. Reducing oil, methane. Causes is a greenhouse gas, right? Global warming climate change. And that's where we're on. That's why we are where we are. Incredibly dry. So When you dig into the Story about the methane. It gets interesting. It's very interesting. The, um Permian Basin Petroleum Association. Says that the rules that the state is trying to implement our too onerous. All right. What would you like to do? Two owners overreach software won't work. Trying to add too many reporting kind of categories. Not gonna work. They say that is costing our schools millions in revenue. Ruining the air and Harming our climate now and for future generations that is state. Rep. Joanne Ferrari. Joan's down in Las Cruces. Costing our schools millions in revenue. What is Methane release methane flaring. Rules that are too loose, especially national.

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"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque journal" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And forced on either side of it right anyway. They had a measly 9.59 inches of rain and 2020. Normal for flag 22 inches. They had 9.6. I'm rounding up for both 9.6 normal is 22 inches. Previously their worst year was 9.9. That was in 1942. 2029.6 New Mexico. Albuquerque. Excuse me. Stay wide. National Weather Service is in Albuquerque. Excuse me. Stay white. Average precipitation. Through November. With 5.2 inches or normal is eight. So Jimmy. It again. 52 to 5.22 precipitation inches of precipitation through November. The averages 13 and a quarter 13 and a quarter we got 5.2. It would make 2020 the Fourth driest year on record. All right, get all that. Rain right next to that. We have an incredible story. Good job. Kyle Land from the journal North. It's a story about I don't know It's about the jokes, but the Grapes of Wrath is John Steinbeck, but it's written by Carline Cailin. With Complete with pictures like Right out of the Dust Bowl, Oklahoma! Man. Kyle writes that Windy spring for new to the area. Spring is not exactly our best season fact it's our worst season. Windy, windy Does the You know, it's like every day like Wearing a mask is gonna be a huge advantage this year. It's not our best season, so it always blows like heck and Mexico in the springtime. The dust bowl, dry conditions with wind. Make for miserable conditions, and he goes on to write about farmers dry land farmers across New Mexico. On Curry County. And how they are anticipating. Once again Dust bowl conditions. Their words, not mine. Rings up the current situation of one Spencer Pitkin Spencer, the Dry land Farmer over and Curry County third generation. This year, he got only 40% of his average crop yield due to blow every drain fall. Spencer says. We could be back in the Dust bowl situation this spring. Very easily. There's lots of bare ground out there out here. So we have the forecast of 2020 Bean, one of the driest years on record, and you look out the window right now. It's blue skies. It is really, really dry. Next to that. Jason to that front page of the Albuquerque Journal today. Windy spring may bring in flux. Of dust. Of times. We've had on ranchers and farmers from the eastern side of the state. Especially back when I was doing a show about nothing about.

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Coronavirus infection rates continue to rise in the U.S.

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

08:53 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus infection rates continue to rise in the U.S.

"I would like to start by introducing you to nikki. tomlinson nikki. Tomlinson is an icu. Nurse at great plains health which is in north platte nebraska. At one point in time we had a physician here that everybody knew really well known him for a long time. Then a family doctor for a long time. That was my lowest point I still get teary thinking about it That i've been a nursing for twenty years and that was actually my breaking point. I when he didn't make it i had to. I already had some time off scheduled in that couldn't come at a better time I couldn't get through the next day of work without breaking down for an hour Our every hour was that was probably my darkest time at work. My darkest time over and my last twenty years of nursing so that was a. I was hard and then seeing some other family and friends come in That have fought this. That have beat this. That are scared along the way and other patients. That just aren't making it. I've never seen anything like cova. There's i we don't we just don't know enough about it. We learn new things every day and it seems like things change every day and i it. Just that's the one thing. That's constant about covid fluctuate senate changes and we just learn new things all the time. And that's what makes it scary. I've been a nurse for twenty years. And i've never experienced out like this. It's we're working. Extra shifts were working. We do great as a team but the the stress the emotional stress the physical stress that it is putting on us being there for the patients. Which is what we got into nursing. Four we're the only ones that can be there for some of these patients that most emotional stress losing them. is just. I've never experienced anything like it before. So the emotional and the physical stress. It's exhausting absolutely exhausting. I don't know how we are getting through it. We are but. I don't know how what i'm thankful for right now. During all this time is my health. My fellow coworkers health and my family know my family understanding how many how i have to work the long hours and not always be home during all of this And adapting to a can't touch mommy when you get home or to run and take a shower and And their health. I just hope it continues. But she's thankful for is her own health and the fact that her family doesn't have this. The family hasn't gotten it and she hopes that continues. That's what she's thankful for. Last night. i talked here about my own experience being home in quarantine. I tested negative. But i've been taking care of my partner. Susan while she sick i just wanna say to. Everybody reached out and was so nice. Response it was overwhelming. Actually was really kind. It was had to pick a word. I would say it was boolean to me and susan. So thank you everybody. But you know susan i will be are going to be okay. We are coming out of this. She is coming out of that. She is going to recover the people who i'm really worried about. I'm thinking about even as we're going through our own experiences beyond everybody who's sick and suffering right now. Susan has been these past couple of weeks beyond the eighty thousand plus americans who are in the hospital right now with kovic. The most we've ever had mean beyond the people who are suffering directly themselves trying to fight for their lives with this thing that people are really worried about the healthcare workers who are all over the country right now. We're staring down both barrels of this without the kind of support that they had in the spring when this all started with this now just tidal wave of cases and hospitalizations and deaths all coming down on them directly and personally in a way that does not feel sustainable in terms of them being able to keep doing it and terms of keeping them back stop keeping them supplied keeping them at work keeping the american health system open and able to function so frankly not to be too blunt about it but so save abol people can be saved. That's what i'm worried about. Is our health workers right now in the strain on them this many months into it with things. This bad right now i mean. Here's the front page. Today of the atlanta journal constitution. And you see the mix there right. I mean politically. Of course the big news out of georgia is that georgia. This is this morning's papers. They finish their recount. Yesterday showed once again. That biden clearly won the stage that set the stage. Today for georgia formerly certify its results and of course that's significant news. We'll talk more about that later tonight but but look at. What else is sharing the front page with that. Huge political news right see. Stay home for the holiday. Georgia state health official. Ads rethink traditional thanksgiving below that. There's the biggest front page headline in atlanta. Today it makes me shake with anger. That's a quote from a doctor who works in a covert war in atlanta talking about people blowing off the risk as the number skyrocket and as the hospitals get overwhelmed. You see their healthcare workers on the front lines feel. They are fighting a losing battle as public floats safety rules. That's georgia today. It's the same song up in minnesota. Today this is the west central tribune in willmar minnesota front page headline today. A plea for help. Hospitals are perilously close to running out of workers. It's one thing to run out of beds beds can be found in moved and bought but enough healthcare staff to take care of patients who are in those beds. That is what we are running out of in rural minnesota and all over the country. Here's the first column in that same paper today. Case rates skyrocket in the region again. That's west central minnesota. Here's the front page of the news star in monroe louisiana blunt headline hospitals overwhelmed. Here's the front page in grand junction colorado. Today the daily sentinel county says. Icu beds are full. Here's the front. Page in muncie indiana. Today the star. Press in muncie. Indiana hospitals cove in nineteen rates. Sores in indiana go to wyoming. The casper star tribune today casper wyoming deaths rise by record number. Something has got to turn this around kentucky. Here's the lexington kentucky paper. The herald leader kentucky sets staggeringly high new record for coronavirus cases. Go to new mexico the albuquerque journal today cova cases explode up in washington state bellingham herald. State virus rate's the worst since the beginning of pandemic all over the country right and as as overwhelming as this crisis is may now tonight. We've just learned that. The president's eldest son and namesake. Donald trump junior has it as well he has tested. Positive is reportedly isolating hope that he doesn't get symptoms so far apparently doesn't god blessed and maybe the president's eldest son who has such a high profile in the republican party now and in conservative media. Now maybe that will have an impact on thinking about this thing at the white house and in the conservative media on the right maybe even if the president himself getting it didn't seem to light a fire under them. I don't know but as overwhelming as this crisis is we are avoidably at this moment in history where we have two huge totally unprecedented crises. Heading simultaneously the minneapolis star tribune. Today i was actually a pretty good snapshot of what the heck we as americans are supposed to do with the twin disasters. We've got all at once and look at the front page at the minneapolis star tribune today a raging forest fire virus sweeps minnesota state to get ambulances from fema for surge importantly those are staffed ambulances so ambulance with their crews from fema going into minnesota to help them deal with patients and the need to move patients in hospitals. That are overwhelmed

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The Ho-Chunk tribe of Wisconsin has permanently laid off a number of employees

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 2 years ago

The Ho-Chunk tribe of Wisconsin has permanently laid off a number of employees

"This is national native news. I Megan camera in Perrine Tony Gonzalez. Indigenous activists are asking former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to drop out of the Democratic Senate primary over photos of him, and what they say is imitative native. American clothing common dreams, reports, coalition of indigenous women in their allies sent an open letter on Saturday outlining hickenlooper participation in hunting competition where they say winners are dressed in war, bonnets and losers must address like quote. Unquote squaws. The letter points out. This ethnic slur is associated with sexual assault of native North American Indian women. The one shot antelope punt has been a tradition in Wyoming for many decades A. Video from Wyoming. PBS shows the clothing being placed on the winners and losers by members of the Shoshoni tribe. Other? Groups joined the letter including sunrise movement converged. Colorado, and the indigenous environmental network, the latest controversy follows others including video that has surfaced showing Hickenlooper six years ago, comparing politicians scheduled to working on a slave ship. The letter says he has shown a pattern of quote. Behavior. The Ho Chunk Nation in Wisconsin has permanently laid off an undetermined number of tribal employees. The tribe has several casinos in Wisconsin that have been affected by corona virus closures and restrictions in a video statement Ho. Chunk President Myron White Eagle said the difficult decision is aimed at preserving the nation's financial health. This is a hard road to recovery to where we were pre pandemic. No one knows when we'll get back to. To those conditions, we hope to recall as many as employees as we can. But the future is uncertain White Eagle said laid off. Employees are not eligible for health insurance through the tribe, but they can seek services with the state. He said tribal officials failed to approve a budget for the coming fiscal year, but instead are working with a bare bones sixty day, operating budget in the hopes of the financial picture improves. Navajo nation leaders want new, Mexico to end efforts to dismiss a landmark education case meant to address educational inequities in the state. President Jonathan knows and Vice President Myron analyzer sent a letter to lawmakers expressing their opposition to a motion to dismiss the Yes Martinez lawsuit. Nez Native students deserve an educational environment that prioritizes their culture and unique needs. A judge ruled in twenty eighteen that New Mexico had denied English language learners, Special Education, native, American, and low income students, their constitutional right to a sufficient education, the Santa Fe new Mexican reports. The state filed a motion in March to dismiss the suit because it claims it has met the. The requirements of the decision the New Mexico Center online poverty, which representing the as he plaintiffs argues the state's efforts have been piecemeal in an op-ed, and the Albuquerque Journal they right. There are still large inequities in access to reliable Internet and technology, and they say they're still a lack of culturally and linguistically appropriate instructional materials, and there's a shortage of certified teachers. In Brazil people more into the death of KAIAPO leader and rainforest defender Paulino. Akon from covid Nineteen Public Radio International reported con played a key role in creation of tribal territory and ensuring indigenous rights were included in the country's Constitution The New York Times reports pie controversial, the world warning of the destruction of the Amazon appearing with celebrities like sting, but in the early nineteen nineties he was accused of rape. Supporters claim to the charges were. Were created a silence him. More than three hundred indigenous people in the Amazon have died from covid nineteen. The Guardian reports fears are rising. The virus will bring terrible losses of knowledge and tribal history, culture and traditional medicine. Many indigenous leaders accused the government of far-right President Gyro Bolsonaro of failing to protect Brazil's indigenous people by delaying aid and forcing them to risk infection by travelling to nearby towns for help for National Native News. I'm Meghan, camera.

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 New Mexico coach Davie hospitalized after 'serious' incident

GameNight

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

New Mexico coach Davie hospitalized after 'serious' incident

"The New Mexico athletic director issued a statement earlier tonight saying New Mexico head football coach Bob Davie was taken to a hospital after suffering what the university called a serious medical incident following the team's win over Sam Houston state on Saturday according to the Albuquerque journal of a school of athletic official told the newspaper Davie had been experiencing chest pains then in Mexico statement said that they asked that everyone pray for Bob Davie and his family that they have him and his thoughts in his prayers we ask you keep Davies family in

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Justify enjoys 'smooth' gallop in final Belmont workout

Bob Clark

02:05 min | 5 years ago

Justify enjoys 'smooth' gallop in final Belmont workout

"The g seven economic summit the president may get a chilly reception at the two day affair french president emmanuel macron sent trump cutting message on his attendance at the summit as late as thursday afternoon president trump was questioning why to even attend the summit at all asking aids with the point would be after president macron sent this pointed message quote the american president may not mind being isolated but neither do we mind signing a six country agreement if need be as correspondent boris sanchez reporting no decision to now from the epa kirke school board on whether to accept funding from the nra for the junior reserve officers training corps a resolution to no longer accept the nra money was on the agenda at wednesday night's meeting but after a lengthy discussion aboard decided to put off a final decision until later according to the albuquerque journal abs has accepted more than one hundred thousand dollars the nra foundation since two thousand twelve to hobbs residents were taken to the hospital after they were attacked by a swarm of bees fire department officials say someone was mowing the lawn when the mora bumped up against an abandoned building disrupting the high that was within the building's walls and causing the beast of swarm to firefighters entity attacked by spraying the beach with water and firefighting foam repair funds from the department of the interior coming to three new mexico locations the bosque del apache wildlife refugee refuge rather will be able to replace the public restroom at the headquarters facility improvements are also planned for the bitter lake national wildlife refuge and the southwestern native aquatic resources and recovery center both in south eastern new mexico the funds coming to the total three hundred sixty two thousand dollars triple crown hopeful justify had his first workout on the track at belmont park yesterday he'll be put to the test saturday evening the horse showed why the odds are overwhelmingly in his face favor justifies seemed to be gliding above the track as he made his way past the grandstand in a strong gallop trainer bob baffert is feeling good about his horse's chances on saturday he just looked like.

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Man recovers after 'deathbed' murder confession

The Mark Levin Show

01:36 min | 5 years ago

Man recovers after 'deathbed' murder confession

"Was a double murder this morning in albuquerque and apd simon drove excess the suspect in the killings then headed north into colorado where he was shot by sheriff's deputies here individual person of interest is apparently been shot by officers in colorado working with those guys to find out what happens a spokesman for the fort morgan colorado police department tells the albuquerque journal that the suspect is thirty one year old dust and brian montagna of sterling colorado the albuquerque murder victims were a mother and daughter they were found dead around three thirty am at the mesa ridge apartments on go near sequoia in north west albuquerque and albuquerque man who thought he was making a death bed confession has been found guilty of second degree murder a little over a year ago frank from it i fearing that he was about to die after being hit by a car told nurses at unm h that he had killed someone the victim was wilfred solace whose badly beaten body was found lying in the road near lomas edith in december twenty sixteen for meta recovered from his injuries and was arrested and charged from meadow who'd been booked into jail dozens of times since the mid nineties basis more than thirty years in prison a fire in the hilo national forest has now burned forty six hundred acres the buzzard fire was i bought a tuesday three miles northeast of eagle peak lookout the forest service says that nearly three hundred fire personnel are battling that blaze officials say it may be ten days or more before the fire is contained all this due to dry.

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Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

00:55 sec | 5 years ago

Rio Rancho Man Sentenced for Conviction on Federal Marijuana Trafficking Charge

"Honda dealers news desk a call for new mexico congressional candidate deb haaland to drop out of the race it comes from las cruces woman nicole bag who is a former committee woman with the democratic national committee the albuquerque journal reports bag just yesterday called for holland to drop out of the race because bag raise concerns in two thousand sixteen about then county commissioner john viscous in southern new mexico now vasquez did resign earlier this year because of a separate sexual misconduct allegation but bag says her complaint was ignored in two thousand sixteen when holland was chairperson for the committee bag admitted yesterday that she never took her concerns to holland but did try to approach about it at a democratic party meeting holland says no complaint was ever filed and she was not aware of any problems an albuquerque man's in jail accused of forcing his seven year old daughter to perform sex acts on other people thirtysevenyearold james stewart faces several counts including human trafficking criminal sexual context of a man of a minor and promoting prostitution attorney general hector balderas whose office investigated this case says others could be charged as well investigation is ongoing so we are looking at multiple parties in this horrific case the attorney general's office started investigating last month after hearing from personnel at lew wallace elementary that the girl may have been the victim of sexual assault a real rancho man it was part of a major marijuana trafficking ring is sentenced to tune and a half years in prison thirty two year old tonio ruelas is one of ten defendants charged in a drug operation that federal prosecutors say distributed high grade marijuana in new mexico and throughout the country the us attorney's office says the drug ring was led by an ricky cavazos of to harris he and his wife have already pled guilty they were ordered to forfeit proceeds from their drug and money laundering activities amounting to more.

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 Cervantes wins fight to stay on Democratic ballot for governor

Bob Clark

01:08 min | 5 years ago

Cervantes wins fight to stay on Democratic ballot for governor

"Help is needed for zona it's about public safety now there are four states on this border texas new mexico is similarly positive response governor jerry brown of california who a democrat a little more lukewarm nick watt reporting maradona meanwhile apd wants to get out of sending officers in the national guard down south to help secure the border with mexico citing the fact that apd seriously shortstaffed a spokesman says setting officers and the national guard to the border could be a potential public safety risk for the city they're asking governor martinez to exempt apd from this a spokesman at the governor's office says martinez will work with the feds to decide the tasks and support levels needed well here's the latest on the legal battle between two democratic candidates for governor the albuquerque journal reports a judge has dismissed jeff appa dhaka's lawsuit to keep joseph montas name off the june primary ballots up upper dhaka claim savant is didn't collect enough petition signatures but the judge ruled apodaca hadn't properly delivered a legal notice to everyone involved in the case of a daca says he'll appeal to the.

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