Reclaimed Wood for Dummies in Fairacres NM 88033
Another Earlier common wood for making barns and various buildings was redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) over the US west Coastline and American Chestnut. Beginning in 1904, a chestnut blight spread over the US killing billions of yank Chestnuts, so when these structures were later dismantled, they were a welcome source of this fascinating but afterwards exceptional wood for subsequent reuse.
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Reserve deputy in Fairacres kills woman allegedly armed with sledge ax
According to New Mexico State Police, officers were notified of a domestic disturbance along Interstate 10 near the area of La Pradera Road, which runs along the interstate just off Fairacres Road. The domestic incident involved a blonde woman wearing blue ...
Born May 12, 1939 to Ignacio R. Lucero and Isabel B. Lucero of Fairacres New Mexico Mr. Lucero served in the United States Navy from July 20, 1956 to April 12, 1960. He also served in the Navy Reserve. He worked for the state of New Mexico Highway ...
Skeletal remains found near Fairacres and Picacho west of Las Cruces
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico - Skeletal remains were found in the area near Fairacres and Picacho, law enforcement officials at the scene told ABC-7's New Mexico Mobile Newsroom. The Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office is investigating. It is unclear if the remains ...
Human remains found in on Picacho Ave. in Las Cruces possibly identified
The remains were taken to the University of New Mexico Office of the Medical Examiner Tuesday ... workers who were clearing weeds on the 4500 block of Picacho Avenue near Fairacres Road discovered the remains. Deputies arrived at the scene around 11:30 ...
NM teachers to get $100 debit cards for supplies
ALBUQUERQUE - Gov. Susana Martinez on Monday announced that all New Mexico teachers will receive a prepaid $100 debit card to help buy classroom materials and supplies for the second year in a row. “As I’ve traveled around the state, teachers often ...