Leah, a senior and active athlete at LAHS, proposed an option for Native American students to wear a traditional sash at the graduation ceremony to celebrate their culture in a respectful way. Board President Ellen Ben-Naim acknowledged Leah’s ability to accomplish this policy change in a diligent manner. “We recognize you and your months and months of effort,” Ben-Naim said.
This investment will increase e-connectivity, benefitting thousands of households in rural New Mexico.
“Domestic violence survivors are among the most vulnerable populations in New Mexico, particularly during the current health emergency, and we must do everything we can to protect and support these survivors,” said Attorney General Balderas.
Los Alamos National Lab Foundation announces the appointment of Jovanna Archuleta to Assistant Secretary for Native American Early Education & Care. Jovanna joined the LANL Foundation in 2017 as its Early Childhood Pueblo Outreach Coordinator.
Unseasonably warm temperatures will impact most of northern and central New Mexico with Thursday and Friday being the warmest days for several locations. Courtesy of the NWS.
“It is such an honor to have Guadalupe Credit Union recognized among the top 200 healthiest in America,” said Winona Nava, Guadalupe Credit Union President/CEO since 1991. “Being part of this list shows our commitment to excellence.”
Senators urge federal agencies to increase advertising, such as U.S. Census awareness campaigns, to ensure community news outlets can continue operating