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    Experts say Kamala Harris rides a wave of women supporting Democrats

    Gordon Payne / NM News Port Kamala Harris’ candidacy as the Democratic Party’s vice presidential nominee is not necessarily the reason women are likely to support the party in the 2020 election, professors from the University of New Mexico explain. UNM political science professor Lonna Atkeson recently published a report for the University’s Center for […]

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    New Mexico’s absentee voting deadlines fast approaching

    By Jah’lani Jones / NM News Port With the 2020 general election inching closer, New Mexicans have an array of voting methods available to them, ensuring their voices are heard this November.  To combat the potential spread of COVID-19 by Election Day crowds, many officials are encouraging absentee voting by mail or early voting at […]

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    UNM freshmen find ways to avoid going at it alone

    By Bodie “Bo” Russell / NM News Port  They’ve joined The Pack, but now first-time UNM dorm residents are looking to each other — and to their advisors — in navigating strict housing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic this fall.  “Some of the new regulations include wearing a mask when not in your room or […]

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    Local gyms strive to rebound after COVID lockdown

    By Spencer Butler / NM News Port As New Mexico’s COVID-19 restrictions continue, issues persist for local gyms who are trying to balance public health guidelines while providing customers with a valuable workout space. As of August 28, The New Mexico Department Of Health has stated that Gyms are classified as “close contact businesses” meaning […]

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    Revel looks to bounce back following COVID shutdown

    By Sayre Key-Towne / NM News Port With New Mexico’s COVID-19 cases declining and the state now permitting restaurants to operate at 25% capacity, local food and entertainment venues are beginning to see daylight for the first time in months. Danny Chavez is the owner and operator of Revel — a large, warehouse style club […]

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    New Mexicans to receive additional unemployment benefits

    By Manuel Romero / NM News Port Starting this week, the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions will be allocating additional funds granted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to New Mexico residents who meet the necessary qualifications. Similar to the CARES act, which provided recipients an additional $600 per week from March through July, […]

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    The Guild Cinema prepares to reopen safely

    By William Jennings / NM News Port The Guild Cinema on Central Ave. in Albuquerque’s Nob Hill area is just one of nearly 60 theaters in New Mexico that have been closed the last five months because of the coronavirus pandemic. Keif Henley, the Guild’s owner, says he’s ready to get the theater back up […]

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    Drive-in movie theaters appear as safe alternatives to indoor screenings

    By Jesus Mata / NM News Port The summer movie season was largely lost due to COVID-19 measures that forced the closure of indoor theaters but, thanks to some entrepreneurial individuals, drive-ins have appeared as suitable and safe substitutes.   Motorama, located at a former horse racing track in Santa Fe, is a new addition to […]

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