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KSFR's Jeremy Zeilik brings you local news at noon. 

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Officials are still trying to assess the damage following New Mexico’s devastating --what some call “historic” -- snowstorm. New Mexico’s farm service agency wants New Mexicans to know about available disaster assistance.  Farmers and Ranchers have been the most impacted by the snow with estimates that 20,000 head of cattle may have perished.  Molly Manzanares, the state executive director of the new Mexico farm service agency, those numbers are still being researched.

 

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2015 was the year several prominent figures were brought to justice for breaking the law.  The most recent case involved former Secretary of State Dianna Duran, who was sentenced for theft of campaign funds to fuel her gambling addiction.  Others included

Joe Anthony Montoya, the owner of Advantage Ashpalt paving company, who was sentenced to 3 years in prison back in February after being convicted of bribery and fraud.  Montoya’s wife Marlene and a former Santa Fe County official named James Lujan avoided jail time and are on probation in connection with the scheme to bribe county officials in exchange for lucrative road-paving contracts.  And, as KSFR’s Deborah Martinez reports, the year ended with a foreclosure sale of some of the Montoya’s properties.

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This week, in Your Money Decisions, Kate Stalter tells us how to protect our money when U.S. stock markets decline - which they’ll inevitably do, at some point!

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