State, Nation & World

State, Nation & World

NM GOP Launches Revised; Updated Website

Courtesy/RPNM

GOP News:

  • Website changes showcase new features, more content and user-friendly navigation
 
The Republican Party of New Mexico website has had a complete overhaul, click here. The website now offers significantly more content, important information and vital tools to guide readers through anything they might need entering the 2020 election season.
The new website is comprehensive, educational, user-friendly and will provide you with all kinds of exciting information and resources. The website will be helpful in many ways and will keep

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SF Commissioner Anna Hansen Files For Re-Election

From the Anna Hansen Re-election Campaign:
 
SANTA FE After passing more than 35 progressive resolutions to solve critical issues within her district and countless protections for New Mexico land, water and air, Santa Fe County Commissioner Anna Hansen has decided she’s not even close to being done serving the residents of Santa Fe County. 
 
Hansen announced Thursday and filed paperwork for her re-election campaign to seek a second term as Santa Fe County Commissioner for District 2, which includes the Village of Agua Fria, Las Campanas, housing developments along 599

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NM Makes Strides Toward Complete, Accurate Census

STATE News:
 
SANTA FE — All 33 New Mexico counties and 23 Native American communities have established committees to educate people about the importance of participating in the 2020 Census and to address misconceptions about what census data will be collected and how it will be used.
 
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said the Complete Count committees are further evidence of New Mexico’s commitment to a complete and accurate population count this year.
 
“Providing partners with the resources they need to educate neighbors, family and friends about the importance, ease, and

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GOP Hosts Candidate Forum At UNM-LA Thursday

GOP News:
 
The Republican Party of Los Alamos (RPLA) meets Thursday, Jan. 9 in Room 505 at UNM-LA. A light supper will be provided.
 
The public is invited at 6 p.m. to attend a candidate forum, which includes candidates for the 3rd Congressional District Audra Brown, Alexis Johnson and Karen Bedonie.
 
Following a break for refreshments, all registered Republicans are invited to attend the RPLA monthly Central Committee business meeting.
 
For information, email leadership@losalamosgop.com.

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Legislative Preview: Martinez, Chandler, Wallin Jan. 8

 
LWV News:
 
The community is invited to the 2020 Legislative Preview 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, in Fuller Lodge.
 
Sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the American Association of University Women, the event will be preceded at 6:30 p.m. by refreshments and conversation.
 
Los Alamos legislators—Rep. Christine Chandler, Sen. Richard Martinez and Sen. Roberto Gonzales (recently appointed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to replace the late Carlos Cisneros)—will share their views on the upcoming session.
 
In addition, Voices for Children Deputy Director

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NMED Posts New Guidance On What Is Creditable For Potential Emission Rate Calculations

NMED News:
 
The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Air Quality Bureau has posted new guidance regarding what is creditable for potential emission rate calculations.
 
Visit the Permitting Section Procedures and Guidance website to read the new guidance: www.env.nm.gov/air-quality/permitting-section-procedures-and-guidance/. The link to this guidance can be found toward the middle of the page, at the top of the Guidance Documents table.
 
This guidance discusses creditable reductions using NSPS OOOOa, and is illustrated by an example of a heater treater

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Posts From The Road: Scenes Of 2019 Campsites

January Sunset: After several days of desert camping last January at Quartzsite, Ariz., we were gifted this beautiful sunset on our last evening before moving to a new area. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com
 
 
By GARY WARREN
Photographer
Formerly of Los Alamos
 
Well 2019 is history and the new year is off and running.
 
Last week I reviewed some of the roads we traveled during the year. After traveling and living on the road for almost half of 2019, I have chosen to share this week scenes of a few of the campsites we called home. 
 
Editor’s note: Longtime Los Alamos

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Rio Grande Resources Abandons ‘Re-Activation’ Plan

NMELC News:
 
SANTA FE In a stunning victory for Native communities, Rio Grande Resources (RGR), owner of the Mt. Taylor uranium mine, notified the Mining and Minerals Division (MMD) of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department of “cessation of mining operations” and RGR’s intention “to begin closure plan activity.”
 
Eric Jantz, Staff Attorney at the New Mexico Environmental Law Center, which has been representing the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE) and Amigos Bravos on the Mt Taylor permitting, said,
 
“The frontline communities

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