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William Perry Pendley Reauthorized As Acting Director Of BLM, Groups Protest His Arrival In Grand Junction
An unwelcoming committee waits for Acting Deputy Director William Perry Pendley to arrive Thursday at the Bureau of Land Management office in Grand Junction, Colo. Courtesy photo
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SANTA FE – New Mexico State Police have captured Isaiah Ingram, 15, after asking for the public’s help with identifying a vehicle involved in a shooting in Santa Fe.
State Police responded to the shooting incident at approximately noon Dec. 11, 2019 near 1 Mansion Dr.
NMSP Investigations Bureau agents were called to investigate the shooting. State Police agents learned through surveillance video that a gray 4-door Nissan passenger car was traveling east at a high rate of speed on Mansion Drive and Governor Dempsey Drive. A passenger inside the vehicle
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From the Office of the Governor:
- Education represents almost 50 percent of new spending, including another round of raises for educators and school personnel; other highlights include significant investments in infrastructure, health and well-being, public safety.
SANTA FE – Ahead of the 2020 legislative session scheduled to begin later this month, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham released today her second state budget proposal as New Mexico governor.
The fiscal year 2021 executive recommendation underscores the governor’s commitment to the next step in growth for the state of New
SANTA FE – Fire managers on the Cuba Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) plan to implement the Ojitos and Poso/Sanchez prescribed pile burns sometime between Jan. 13 and March 31.
The timing will be dependent on favorable conditions, including snow pack, fuel moisture levels, air quality, wind direction and weather forecasts.
The pile burns are designed to remove woody debris from fuels reduction project areas.
The Ojitos pile burn, located 1 mile east of the Rancho del Chaparral Girl Scout Camp, totals 379 acres, and the 90-acre Poso/Sanchez pile burn is east of
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A hundred years ago on Aug. 18, 1920, Tennessee was the last of the necessary 36 states to secure ratification of the Nineteenth Amendments allowing women the right to vote.
To celebrate the event and to remind citizens of those momentous times, the League of Women Voters is sponsoring an essay contest open to all Los Alamos students in grades 9 through 12 attending public, private or home schools.
The essay topic is “U.S. women fought for decades for the right to vote, finally achieving the vote in 1920. What were some of the obstacles to achieving suffrage? Since 1920,
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- Archbishop John C. Wester;
- Lt. Gov. Howie Morales;
- Rep. Angelica Rubio;
- Marian Naranjo, of Honor Our Pueblo Existence;
- Tina Cordova, of the Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium, also known as the Trinity Downwinders; and
- Ken Mayers of Veterans
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- Super Bowl schedule on FOX New Mexico - KRQE News 13
- Closures expected at three New Mexico national park sites - KRQE News 13
- New section of border wall being built in New Mexico - KFOX El Paso
- Driverless vehicles to be tested on New Mexico and Texas roadways - KFOX El Paso
- ‘Supernationals’ hot rod show takes over Expo New Mexico - KRQE News 13
- New Mexico justices work to boost access to legal services - KOB