Digging deeper a priority for news website
    By Andrew Lyman
    It's not a secret that news organizations around the country are changing and adapting their business models. New Mexico In Depth, a new online news site, launched with a W.K. Kellogg Foundation $525,000 grant earlier this year.



Print editions keep ABQ media in business
    By Edmundo Carrillo
    If you think print journalism is dead, think again. Newsweek recently announced they will be going to a completely online, paid-subscription format. But, local print media won't be doing that anytime soon.



Revisions may come to animal ordinance
    By Ashley McElroy
    In April 2011, the City of Rio Rancho adopted an animal welfare ordinance. The city put together a task force that worked for 18 months to come up with the current ordinance — now there may be changes coming.



Mountain biking resort hits milestone
    By Juan Labreche
    Angel Fire Mountain Resort wrapped up its second hosting of the Collegiate National Mountain Biking Championships. The next two years' races will also be held at the perpetually progressing biking hot spot.

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