Kroger settles opioid lawsuits in New Mexico for $85 million

(Image credit: Cory Woodruff/Shutterstock) Kroger Opioid Lawsuits Settlement Overview: Who: Kroger pays $85 million for opioid deal with New Mexico. Why: The settlement ends with claims that the supermarket giant contributed to New Mexico’s opioid crisis. Where: The settlement has been filed in a New Mexico court. Kroger has agreed to pay $85 million to … Read more

Aggie’s Open Road Stretch in Santa Clara on Wednesday

story links What: game sevenWho: NM State (4-2, 0-0 WAC) at Santa Clara (7-2, 0-0 WCC)When: Wednesday, December 7th at 8pm MTWhere: Las Cruces, NM – Pan American Center (12,504) Watch: WCC networkListen: Zia Country 99.5 (PxP – Jack Nixon, Analyst – Anita Skipper)Participate: Online ticket salesStatistics: Click hereConsequences: Twitter – @NMStateMBB, Instagram … Read more

Nationwide increasing orders for the digital lottery courier

Lottery courier app makes 3 new millionaires in Q3, Tops $35M at total prices won by users NEW YORK, December 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — jackpot, the leading third-party app in the United States that provides a secure way to order official state lottery tickets, today released its Q3 2022 report on lottery participation via its … Read more

The new restaurant Retro is something completely different

Retro is located next to The Parklands behind KlubHaus 61. Location is important to Ronika and Miguel. They spent their first date walking and talking through the parklands — 10 miles total. The new restaurant is scheduled to open in January. photos provided. Soon to be available at Retro in Jasper, the cool vibe, great … Read more

Albuquerque bus fare bill delayed until early 2023

City councilors on Monday again revised the proposal to reduce Albuquerque’s zero-fare pilot program and postponed the final vote to the street until the council meets in January. The latest proposal would allow anyone to ride city buses for free with their government-issued ID. If you do not have an ID card, you must either … Read more

Navajo Code Talker Collections Donated to University of New Mexico | Navajo Hopi Observer

ALBUQUERQUE. — University libraries proudly celebrate Native American Heritage Month by shedding light on the recently added Indigenous collections at the Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections (CSWR). The Carl N. Gorman and William Dean Wilson collections chronicle the life and ministry of the men who were among the first 29 Navajo Code Talkers … Read more