• Who knew? Four World War II internment camps in New Mexico receive funding for preservation and education.

• Arriving under friendlier terms now, Japan's 2016 Olympic runners training in the Duke City.

• How much are the APD changes going to cost the city? Millions. And the feds haven't even made their recommendations yet. 

• We know you've been anxiously awaiting results of the state's best breakfast burrito contest. Here's a map to guide you, "The Burrito Byway," courtesy of the NM Tourism Dept.

• Hooray for economic development! At least three acceleration programs are accepting applications now to boost promising start-up businesses in Albuquerque. 

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Comment by shotsie on June 17, 2014 at 7:59am

Seems Nate Silver's new website, Fivethirtyeight.com , is having a national best burrito in America search, and Frontier heads the West regional.... (Duran's is sixth..)  (In case you didn't know, Nate Silver is the political statistician who correctly picked Obama's re-election, region by region.)  



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