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Silversmith Mark Stevens: Creating Jewelry with the Creator
August 29, 2012
In the days before he took up silversmithing, Mark Stevens used to spend his weekends poking around Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico, picking up broken pieces of ancient Anasazi pottery...
19 Pueblos Announce Development Plan for Prime Real Estate: the Former Albuquerque Indian School
July 13, 2012
Rendering of the District from a northwest point-of-view (Courtesy Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc.) The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico are jointly developing 47 acres of prime commercial ...
Decision on Mt. Taylor Uranium Mine Due After September 1
August 21, 2011
[Editor's note: An earlier version of this post stated that the New Mexico Mining and Minerals Department was to deliver its decision on this matter on September 1...
Human Photons Beam to Earth in Sacred Power Super Bowl Commercial
February 10, 2011
In a Super Bowl commercial, human photons skyrocketed via light rays from the sun to Earth, aiming for the Albuquerque, New Mexico-based solar panels built by Sacred Power, the ren...
David Melton of Sacred Power Tops RES2011 List of Honorees
February 23, 2011
Indian business owners, tribal leaders and a U.S...
Minority Business Development Agencies to Spring Up in Cities With Large American Indian Populations—Starting With Santa Fe
October 03, 2012
A competitive grant process landed the Albuquerque-based American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico (AICCNM) $1,275,000 to operate a new Minority Business Development Agency...
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