Maddy Hayden, ABQJournal

Maddy Hayden


Carlsbad, NM, United States

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Past articles by Maddy:

Mule Creek man says he inherited Native shield » Albuquerque Journal

Acoma Pueblo stopped Paris auction, says ceremonial artifact was stolen in 1970s → Read More

Transportation key concern for many Holtec-opposing groups » Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The proposed Holtec International project that would construct an interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel in southeast New Mexico was met with hours of testimony in opposition to the… → Read More

Hearings on nuclear waste facility to start today » Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Holtec hopes to store nuke waste in a new facility near Carlsbad → Read More

VA in Albuquerque loses its only oncologist » Albuquerque Journal

UNM Cancer Center helps out; institutions may team up to attract doctors → Read More

‘Balloon Fiesta it is not’ » Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — As suspension artist Manda Rexx swung through the air by hooks dug into the flesh of her knees, Paul Barr started to feel like something was off. "I felt fine… → Read More

Sandia’s economic impact swells in 2018 » Albuquerque Journal

Sandia National Laboratories spent $3.3 billion last year, up nearly $200 million from the previous year, and director Stephen Younger says he expects to see continued growth. 'It's just been a tremendous year in terms… → Read More

Former employee of Sandia labs accused of fraud » Albuquerque Journal

SANTA FE, N.M. — Man, who has since resigned, allegedly spent some $170,000 using an official credit card → Read More

Larry Flynt champions First Amendment » Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Publisher in town to open lingerie store → Read More

No pay on payday

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Government shutdown affects thousands of NM workers → Read More

Cleanup to begin at Karler meat packing plant

Wastewater, blood and manure were discharged into unlined ponds at slaughterhouse → Read More

Hundreds hit the slopes at Sandia as mountain reopens

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Saturday was all sun, smiles and snow as hundreds flocked to Sandia Peak to ski and snowboard on the mountain's first day back open after recent snowstorms. "There's people here… → Read More

Gas cleanup near Anthony set to begin next week

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Work to clean up contamination at a site in south central New Mexico, where a quarter of a million gallons of gasoline spilled from a leaking pipeline, is expected to… → Read More

State approves WIPP volume changes

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The state Environment Department approved a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant permit modification request that will ultimately allow more waste to be placed in the underground repository for nuclear waste in… → Read More

Below freezing temperatures expected for several days this week

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — At around 10 Saturday morning, Richard Moya stood on a median near Montaño and Coors Boulevard on the west side, extending one chapped and ungloved hand toward cars waiting in… → Read More

Supreme Court upholds cop killer’s convictions

The state Supreme Court ruled Friday to uphold the life sentence of a man convicted of killing a Rio Rancho police officer in 2015. Andrew Romero was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole… → Read More

Missing Carlsbad family found in Lincoln National Forest

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Four members of a Carlsbad family have been found safe after they were reported missing during a hunting trip in Lincoln National Forest, state police said Friday. New Mexico State… → Read More

Recycling company fixes safety problems

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Contractor was cited after worker was killed at plant in April → Read More

250K gallons of gasoline spill from pipeline near Anthony, N.M.

A gasoline pipeline broke near Anthony in southern New Mexico on Dec. 14, the New Mexico Environment Department announced today, spilling more than 250,000 gallons of gasoline. The spill was reported to the state environment… → Read More

Fixing Broken Arrows

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — At 11:50 a.m. on May 22, 1957, a 42,000 pound, 10-megaton hydrogen bomb was accidentally dropped on Albuquerque as it was being transported to Kirtland Air Force Base. Luckily, the… → Read More

25,000 flock to 13th New Mexico Bowl

Saturday was one perfect day for football. Mostly sunny, in the mid-40s and with plenty of cold beer on tap, even the losing team’s fans at the New Mexico Bowl seemed to be enjoying themselves. “We’re happy to be here,” said Bradley Smith of Paradise, Texas, who flew out to Albuquerque with family to cheer on his alma mater, the University of North Texas. “Ate some good New Mexican food.”… → Read More