The Portales News-Tribune reported that the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled in favor of the City of Portales in a rezoning case brought before them by Meb Bolin, who was leading a group of Portales residents in protest against the city’s plans to rezone a block on 18th Street from residential to commercial.
Freedom New Mexico Local Chrysler dealerships say they don’t know what, if any, effect the corporation’s bankruptcy filing will have. Chrysler, the nation’s third-largest car manufacturer, filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday after a group of creditors defied government pressure to wipe out the automaker’s debt. The company plans to emerge in as little as 30 [...]
Freedom New Mexico A Roosevelt County woman convicted of first-degree child abuse was sentenced Friday to 18 years in prison. Alicia Dean, 32, was given the maximum sentence under law, said District Attorney Matt Chandler. “Because it is a first degree felony, there is a mandatory 18 year sentence,” Chandler said. “She would have to [...]