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The New Mexican The 80th annual meeting of the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association starts Sunday in Santa Fe. Registration and official activities will be at Eldorado Hotel.
From The Santa Fe New Mexican: September 13, 1908: William Frazer, oldtime mining man in Taos County and principal owner of copper mines in the Frazer Mountains, reached the city last evening and registered at the Palace.
By Paul Weideman, The Santa Fe New Mexican Aug. 3--There were three coyotes in the driveway on the way down to Bishop's Lodge Road from Rancho Escondido late one recent morning. They had probably been checking out the big, handsome house recently completed up in Coyote Canyon.
By Ana Maria Trujillo, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul. 28--Khadrah Abu Zanat, a young Palestinian, remembers when Israeli soldiers blocked off sections of the road near her school and tanks began shooting into the building. "Everybody was shouting, and they had the alarm on. Everybody was leaving ...
By Paul Weideman, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul. 25--Cassandra Wilson is one of the few jazz musicians who gets away with straying beyond the limits of her native genre.
By Staci Matlock, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul. 23--John Eckre powers 90 percent of his popular Bobcat Bite Restaurant on Old Las Vegas Highway with wind energy. It costs him extra to buy it through Public Service Company of New Mexico's Sky Blue program.
By Staci Matlock, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul. 22--Rural residents, small-business owners and village leaders wondering if small-scale renewable-energy systems could be the answer to rising power costs can check out the Renewable Energy Town Hall on Wednesday in Santa Fe.
By Paul Weideman, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul. 18--Pharoah Sanders, one of the headliners at this year's New Mexico Jazz Festival, is known for a singular style and sound on the tenor saxophone. He's capable of inhabiting grooves by turns wild and restrained.
By Phaedra Haywood, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul. 17--About 110 people crowded into a conference room at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management in Santa Fe on Wednesday to bid on thousands of acres of mineral rights on federally owned land in New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma.
By Sue Vorenberg, The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul.
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.