As of July 19, 2020, 571 New Mexicans have lost their lives to COVID-19. We grieve with every New Mexican who has lost a friend or family member to this horrible virus. When someone passes, in addition to the emotional toll, it can have serious economic consequences for their family, who often have continuing costs even as household income decreases. Life insurance can help provide stability during these difficult times.
The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and the Center for New Mexico Archaeology announce a new virtual speaker series called "Innovation in Archaeology." The hour-long online lectures will begin on July 15.
In honor and celebration of what would have been the beloved Santa Fe Opera’s 2020 season, we are naming our adoptable animals after characters, composers, librettists, and muses of the five operas which would have been performed this year. This week's featured pets include Tristan and Isolde.
U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, along with 10 Democratic Senate colleagues, have sent a letter to Senate Leadership urging them to include support for outdoor recreation and public land infrastructure jobs in the next COVID-19 relief package.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, and upon consultation with legal counsel, RCLC Chairman Henry Roybal has directed that the July 17, 2020 RCLC board meeting be conducted electronically via the electronic media application Zoom.