• Water Authority plans project to see if 30 wells closed because of high arsenic levels can be reopened.

• Downtown building that once served as newspaper offices will find new life as artist's and architect's studio.

• DOE Inspector General says Sandia Labs violated rules by hiring retired workers at hourly pay rates higher than their former salaries.

• APD asks public to come forward as it builds evidence in 20+ year-old molestation case.

• AG's office busy with with requests for opinions. In addition to gay marriage, it's also being asked for an opinion on actions taken by state Education Secretary Skandera.

• Dion's plans 14th location, its first in the South Valley.

• Meryl Streep and Hilary Swank will join Tommy Lee Jones in filming of Western feature "The Homesman" in NM this spring.

• October date at Isleta Amphiteater is on schedule for musician John Mayer's upcoming tour.

• In wake of Thursday's shocking NCAA loss to Harvard, one sportswriter says Lobos need to work on their shooting for next year.

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Comment by Izquierdo on March 22, 2013 at 10:38am

Poor Coach Alford. A sweet sixteen would have earned him more money than most Albuquerqueans have made in their lifetime.

Comment by ramon t on March 22, 2013 at 12:14pm

Really?  Most Albuquerquens will not make 50,000.00 in a lifetime?

Comment by Debby S on March 23, 2013 at 10:14am

I click on "Downtown building that once served as newspaper offices will find new life as artist's and architect's studio" and for a moment see the small building they are talking about (looks like the one at 7th and Silver) -- then a big gray box blocks out the entire story.  I guess they don't want me to read it.

Comment by Bluegoo on March 23, 2013 at 10:32am

Here is the text

Mar 21, 2013, 10:26am MDT
Albuquerque Publishing Co. sells Downtown building
Damon Scott Reporter- Albuquerque Business First
A building that has been owned by the Albuquerque Publishing Co. for decades has sold for about $500,000, according to broker Dave Hill of NAI Maestas & Ward.
The 5,950-square-foot building is located at 700 Silver Ave. SW, near the downtown Flying Star Cafe. It has 20 on-site parking spaces, including street parking.
The building has no tenants and has been vacant for some time, according to Hill. Part of the building was previously occupied by the New Mexico Press Association. The NMPA moved to 7777 Jefferson Blvd. NE on February 21.
Hill said the new owner is local artist Jared Tarbell. He said Tarbell and his wife, who is an architect, will be using the building for an art studio and architectural firm.
The Albuquerque Publishing Co. is the production and distribution agent for the Albuquerque Journal.
Along with Hill, the transaction was handled by Martha Carpenter.
    505.348.8315 | damonscott@bizjournals.com

Comment by Debby S on March 23, 2013 at 10:49am

Thanks for the info, Bluegoo!  The transaction is of some interest to me since I live quite nearby and am always interested to see if anything useful -- any shop or service -- moves in that I may wish to visit.

Comment by Black Dog on March 23, 2013 at 1:04pm

Thanks for assisting Debby S out, Bluegoo.


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