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Pick Up Sandia Loca at a New Mexican Restaurant at Pawn Plaza and More Dining Intel

DOWNTOWN — Pawn Plaza, the container park shopping center next to Gold & Silver Pawn Shop of Pawn Stars fame, brings in a New Mexican restaurant with dishes that start at $2.50. Ktrina Mexican Grill opens on July 17 with tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and nachos.

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Pick Up Sandia Loca at a New Mexican Restaurant at Pawn Plaza and More Dining Intel

New Mexico pharmacies expand COVID-19 vaccination distribution

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health and Public Education Department announced a partnership with local pharmacies to provide back-to-school COVID-19 vaccinations for students 12 years and older. Participating pharmacies have committed to giving free COVID vaccines without appointments now through August 15. "New Mexico schools are eager to welcome students back for a safe, healthy new school year.

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New Mexico pharmacies expand COVID-19 vaccination distribution

Jeffrey Epstein's New Mexico ranch listed for $27.7 million

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - A sprawling New Mexico ranch belonging to deceased financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is on the market for $27.5 million. The 12-square-mile (30-square-kilometer) Zorro Ranch was put up for sale by Epstein's estate and includes a 26,700-square-foot (2,480-square-meter) mansion and a private airstrip with a hangar and helipad, according to the listing by Neil Lyon Group at Sotheby´s International Realty Santa Fe.

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Jeffrey Epstein's New Mexico ranch listed for $27.7 million

New Mexico governor’s $6,000 to daughter for hair, makeup services not a campaign-finance violation: official

In a letter dated Tuesday, state Election Director Mandy Vigil described the governor’s hair and makeup expenses as "reasonably attributable to the candidate’s campaign and not expense that would have existed but for the Governor’s candidacy." Questions about the governor’s spending on hair and makeup had been raised by John Block, editor of the conservative Pinon Post website.

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New Mexico governor’s $6,000 to daughter for hair, makeup services not a campaign-finance violation: official

Las Cruces unvaccinated residents take advantage of $100 incentive

The state of New Mexico is incentivizing residents with money to get their COVID-19 vaccine. Beginning Monday through Thursday, if you get your booster shot or the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you’ll get $100, no questions asked. The goal is to get 60 percent of New Mexican's vaccinated.

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Las Cruces unvaccinated residents take advantage of $100 incentive

NMDOH: Get vaccinated by June 17, get $100

The New Mexico Department of Health announced their latest push to get New Mexican's vaccinated. From June 14 to June 17, if New Mexican's sign up to get their COVID-19 vaccination booster shot or the Johnson & Johnson, also known as Janssen, shot, they will get $100.

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NMDOH: Get vaccinated by June 17, get $100

New Mexican's react to no more masks announcement from CDC

The CDC announcement, once adopted in New Mexico, will bring change to the state, but we're not there yet.“The nervousness and anxiety is going to stick around for quite a while,” David Ellenberg, who was visiting Albuquerque.But the big question is are New Mexican’s ready for the switch?

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New Mexican's react to no more masks announcement from CDC

New mural coming to downtown Las Cruces

© Downtown Las Cruces Partnership Downtown Las Cruces Partnership announced a new mural to promote its campaign titled “Go•Thrive•Be Downtown Las Cruces" will be painted on the west side of the Insta-Copy Imaging building, 318 N Main St. DLCP sent this image as an example of what the mural will look like.

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New mural coming to downtown Las Cruces