The New Mexico Departments of Economic Development, Workforce Solutions, and Environment, as well as the New Mexico Small Business Development Center have partnered to offer a series of Virtual Discussions for New Mexico Employers. The discussions are aimed at assisting businesses as they seek to reopen in compliance with Executive Health Orders.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) has already approved more than $545 million in payments to producers who have applied for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. FSA began taking applications May 26, and the agency has received over 86,000 applications for this important relief program.
The COVID-19 Emergency Response Grant, a collaborative effort between the Los Alamos Community Foundation (LACF), community partners and generous donors, announced today the final grant recipients. Nearly $31,000 will distributed to 20 organizations for to aid in emergency response and assistance.
The Los Alamos Public School Board met last Thursday evening for a work session. Board members Ellen Ben-Naim, Julia Baker, Christine Bernstein and Dawn Jalbert joined the virtual meeting via Google Meet.
On June 2, 2020 at approximately 9:00 a.m., New Mexico State Police officers responded to Interstate 25 around mile post 190 near Belen, NM. for a female sitting on the Interstate 25 south bound on ramp overpass ledge.
The New Mexico State Police has become aware of recent cases in the northern New Mexico area of a phone scam known as virtual kidnapping in which a victim is told their family member has been kidnapped and a ransom is demanded.
Blanca and Mathilda. "If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours." That's Blanca's motto. Mathilda has such giant cheeks, we thought she was a tomcat at first - but she's all girl! If Mathilda could smile, we're sure she would have dimples in those perfect apple cheeks of hers.