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Leslie Linthicum

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Albuquerque Journal

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Albuquerque Journal

7777 Jefferson Street Ne

Albuquerque, New Mexico,87109

United States

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New Mexico's leading newspaper, the Albuquerque Journal publishes seven days a week. Every Monday the Journal includes Business Outlook, a magazine produced by the Journal's experienced business staff that spotlights local business news. ...more

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1st place: Leslie Linthicum, The Albuquerque Journal


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I will be posting soon with info on the latest two articles by Leslie Linthicum of the Abuquerque Journal.


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Leslie Linthicum of the Abuquerque Journal continues to write good, informed articles about the road status, with two new articles posted during February.
You can find them at the Protect Chaco Canyon Blog. Leslie's February 15 article, titled, Pave or No? Chaco Road Fight Costly, is the first of two articles discussing the latest in the fight. She ends it wondering at the nearly $1 million price tag of the proposed paving, and why it is so important to some to pave this road in to Chaco. I love how she begins the article: Leslie's February 23 article (Why Not Gravel on Dirt Road to Chaco?) continues the discussion. She says it so well; here are some excerpts: You can reach Leslie at 823-3914 or llinthicum@abqjournal.com. Read all of her columns at ABQJournal.com/upfront. Leslie indicates that a county report even says that paving would increase driving speed and decrease safety along the road. And she talks about the tourism services in the surrounding area, like motels and restaurants, that would benefit from the increase in visitors.


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Leslie Linthicum of the Abuquerque Journal continues to write good, informed articles about the road status, with two new articles posted during February.
You can find them at the Protect Chaco Canyon Blog. Leslie's February 15 article, titled, Pave or No? Chaco Road Fight Costly, is the first of two articles discussing the latest in the fight. She ends it wondering at the nearly $1 million price tag of the proposed paving, and why it is so important to some to pave this road in to Chaco. I love how she begins the article: Leslie's February 23 article (Why Not Gravel on Dirt Road to Chaco?) continues the discussion. She says it so well; here are some excerpts: You can reach Leslie at 823-3914 or llinthicum@abqjournal.com. Read all of her columns at ABQJournal.com/upfront. Leslie indicates that a county report even says that paving would increase driving speed and decrease safety along the road. And she talks about the tourism services in the surrounding area, like motels and restaurants, that would benefit from the increase in visitors. I will be posting soon with info on the latest two articles by Leslie Linthicum of the Abuquerque Journal.


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Albuquerque Journal September 2012 Front page story by Leslie Linthicum - "Thirty Funerals in 30 Days"


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