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The 2012 Race to the Top Fund Continues Investments in Statewide Systems of High Quality Early Education Programs by Health & Human Services Posted Mon 09 Apr 2012 1:01am Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, Oregon and Wisconsin are eligible for a share of $133 million The U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced today that $133 million from the 2012 Race to the Top fund will be available for continued investments in state-level, ... Read on »
3 CASES OF CWD FOUND NEW MEXICO MULE DEER SEVERAL MILES FROM TEXAS BORDER by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Mar 2012 2:48pm CWD found in NM deer — Texas taking note Monday, 26 March 2012 08:57 Edited for web by Conor Harrison NOT HERE YET: Officials in New Mexico have found evidence of chronic wasting disease in three harvested mule deer near the Texas border. Texas officials are monitoring the disease, and may request hunter help next season. Photo by Dav ... Read on »
Breaking News: Ironman Comes to Mexico with a New Race in 2009 by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 4:13pm The World Triathlon corporation made it official this morning and selected Mexico for the first Ironman race in that Mexico's history. The race is slated for November 29, 2009 and registration is now open. The new race will provide 50 slots to winning athletes to the Triathlon World Championships in Kona. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE World Tri ... Read on »
21-year-old Ethiopian Bekana Daba runs the fastest half-marathon in Nevada history by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 6:20am Las Vegas, NV – December 6, 2009 – A momentous, entertainment extravaganza featuring two white Bengal tigers, Vegas showgirls, skydivers and a 15 minute fireworks show greeted more than 27,600 runners at the start line of the inaugural Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon and Half Marathon, powered by Zappos.com for the benefit of the Crohn’s and Co ... Read on »
Sprint triathlon here we come! by flakymn Posted Sat 20 Mar 2010 11:42am Did you know you spell triathlon without an "a" after an "h". I don't think I did. But now I do. That's because I am going to do one. I have been considering trying to do a shorter triathlon for many months now. And earlier this week I got an email from my buddy Kristi in New Mexico. I am going to visit her in April. And there just hap ... Read on »
10K (6.2 Miles) Race Report by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Sat 31 Oct 2009 11:01pm My wife is away in New Mexico visiting family so I was all by my lonesome this morning. The race was the Monster Mask 5k/10k at the Sam Houston Race Park. It is about 25 minutes from the house. For breakfast I had a whole wheat bagel with Peanut Butter and a 100 calorie muscle milk I left around 6 am and stopped for some coffee at a gas station an ... Read on »
Amazing New Site for the 2012 TWHC! by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 07 Oct 2011 8:00pm 2012 Traditions In Western Herbalism Conference New Dates & Location Search & Criteria It seemed we would never find the “right” place, and yet we just couldn’t give up!  Weeks we spent on our site search in 2010, to no avail.  And weeks again since we got home from the 2011 conference, filled with long days that stretch ... Read on »
Brundage Mountain Festival Run - Race Report by Scott Keeps Running Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Jun 2009 12:04am If I had to use one word to describe today's race it would be: hippopotamus. Not that hippopotamus actually relates to anything about the race...I'm just kind of delirious right now, and maybe a little dehydrated, and maybe just a little schizophrenic (but that has nothing to do with my running). The Brundage Mountain Festival Run in McCa ... Read on »
Run Like a Mother by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 31 Mar 2010 2:01pm The author tour for Run Like a Mother wouldn’t be complete without an accompanying race, which means if these writers are coming to your neighborhood, you’d better start training so you can try to keep up! Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea, co-authors of Run Like A Mother: How To Get Moving – And Not Lose Your Family, Job, or Sanity k ... Read on »
A Race and History Lesson to Go...Please! by Dave Elliott Posted Mon 04 Jan 2010 2:01pm When I got done with Palo Duro…I was DONE….more mentally than anything else. Burned out and frankly at one point didn’t care if I ever ran another Ultra or otherwise in my life. Frankly, that scared me. If you would have told me, in November, to go for a 6 hour run, I would have mauled you on the spot with no mercy….no remorse. I was toast. I ... Read on »