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Foreign students have nice apartments to live in

Students from all over the world have got dreams of getting admission in higher universities. They want to travel form one place to another in search of education. This s the best way of getting information and enhance your knowledge. The universities in Virginia also welcome the foreign students to take admission in them. There are apartments like Virginia apartments that give these students place to reside. These apartments are very much affordable and offer the students discounts as well. It depends on the students to buy them on contract or take them on rent.

Here are some tips for the foreign students to take these amazing apartments for themselves:

The students all over the world travel to newer places to study...

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Apartments in Virginia facilitate your journey

Nice flooring, open and wide terrace, huge rooms and baths, fully equipped kitchen and all other facilities, these are only a few facilities that are available with the apartments in Virginia. There are many people who love to stay in apartments because of these apartments. But apartments do not offer these facilities to only locals; the foreigners are also welcomed by these apartments. With the advent of the apartments, the tourist industry has also got some bonuses. Here we are going to discuss the basic benefits of apartments for the tourists.
Virginia is a nice place to visit and travel. Every year thousands of tourists come to see this place. It has got variety of fruits and flower plants that make this place more beautiful. The beaches are so clean and eye catching...

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NM Tech Council Deborah Breitfeld CEO – Albuquerque Business First

The New Mexico Technology Council, an organization working to promote the growth of the state’s tech industry, has hired Deborah Breitfeld to be its new executive director, according to a press release Friday afternoon.

The leadership change comes just under two months after Dean Gallagher was hired to be the president and CEO. Gallagher had previously worked at the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce as senior vice president of membership development and sales, according to previous Business First reporting.

Gallagher left NMTC because he received another job opportunity, according to NMTC Chairman Curt Schatz. Schatz declined to disclose that opportunity.

Gallagher had no immediate comment, nor did Breitfeld.

Schatz also said Breitfeld has been on NMTC’s radar for some time...

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Sandoval County Candidates continued

Primary elections are coming up June 5 and early voting runs through June 2.

The Observer has asked Sandoval County magistrate judge candidates to answer a series of questions. We reproduce their answers here.

All candidates were held to a limit of 600 words. If anyone went over that limit, his or her answers were cut from the bottom to meet the limit exactly.

Q1. In your own words, what would you say is the biggest issue facing Sandoval County Magistrate Court today?

Q3. In your own words, explain why you want this position.

Q4. How can this position contribute to reducing crime in your district?

What is your political/ professional experience? First time candidate / Paralegal/ Legal assistant 19 years total experience NM 2nd and 13th Judicial District Attorney’s Office...

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The Latest: Hundreds of Aztec students gather for ‘walk-up’

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – The Latest on the nationwide student walkout in New Mexico: (all times local):

11:35 a.m.

Hundreds of students at a New Mexico high school still reeling from a deadly shooting in December gathered Wednesday to remember the 21 students who have died in school shootings across the U.S. in recent months, including two of their own.

Student leaders at Aztec High School had asked administrators for time to “walk up” rather than walk out. Many students donned the school colors and one held a sign that read “Time for Change.”

Jesse Smith was among the crowd. The 17-year-old senior said the event was not about protesting for gun safety but rather for honoring the students who have died and setting the stage for what he called a positive movement.

Part of that movement at A...

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Rio Rancho organization seeks support to expand unique tutoring program

Students at one elementary school will be getting a jump start on their reading skills all thanks to one local organization’s unique tutoring program. The Rotary Club of Rio Rancho wants to help more elementary school students improve their reading.

Start the conversation, or Read more at KRQE Albuquerque.

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Rio Rancho official proposes naming road after Sen. Pete Domenici

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RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – A Rio Rancho city councilor wants to honor former U.S. Senator Pete Domenici with a road.

City Councilor Jim Owen has created a resolution asking the New Mexico State Transportation Commission to consider designating New Mexico 347/Paseo Del Volcan as Pete V. Domenici Memorial Highway.

New Mexico’s longest serving senator died earlier this month at the age of 85.

The full council is set to vote on the proposal during a meeting Wednesday night at 6 p.m.

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Commercial property managers dealing with problems caused by homelessness

Kai Porter

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Property managers at Commercial Real Estate Management in Albuquerque say the homeless problem in the city is hurting their businesses.

They have pictures showing human feces, urine and used drug needles recently found on one of their 36 properties around town.

"A lot of times they will come to work to open up their store, and a homeless person is laying there in front of their store," said Amy Flores, the firm’s president.

Flores said homeless people and vagrants are leaving behind a big mess they’re forced to clean up for their tenants.

"They’ve also over the last couple two or three years been really demanding more and more security, which is pretty costly to the property owner, which is then passed through to the tenants," she said.

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Fake real estate agent scams family out of entire savings

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RIO RANCHO, N.M. (KRQE) – Faith Kerns couldn’t wait to move into a house with just her and her boys. She found a great place in the school district she wanted, but she trusted someone who turned out to be a scam artist.

“It was heartbreaking when my son was running through the house going, ‘Oh, Mom I want this room,’ and having to go back and tell him we’re not going to be moving here,” said Faith Kerns.

Kerns contacted a man going by the name Sean Sims through a listing she saw on Craigslist. Sims claimed to be a realtor with Blue Door Realty in Rio Rancho.

“He had all the paperwork. He seemed to know a lot about the house. He seemed like a decent guy,” said Kerns.

However, Sims is not a decent guy...

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Where To Get The Latest Rio Rancho NM News

If you will be living in Rio Rancho in New Mexico, and you do not know that much about this location, you may want to consider finding out what is happening in the community. You can locate this information very quickly, look at news websites and blogs that are showcasing the latest stories that are being discussed in the area. You could be interested in community events, sporting events, or just random news that they are discussing. To find the best information that is in Rio Rancho New Mexico, the following new sites will help you get the stories you are looking for.

Where Should You Start Obtaining This News?

There are a couple of places that you can visit including the Albuquerque Journal. This is going to have a substantial amount of information...

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