“I will continue to fight President Trump’s attacks on our Dreamers, who are our future military, law enforcement, doctors, and business owners,” said Attorney General Hector Balderas.
“This bipartisan bill – which makes key investments to benefit and strengthen New Mexico, Indian Country, and the entire nation – is a great example of why the difficult work of the appropriations process is worth it. The bill provides strong resources to protect our public lands and the thriving outdoor economy they fuel, as well as funding key programs for Native and rural communities.
UNM-Los Alamos (UNM-LA) will offer a number of late-start classes exploring subjects of cultural, personal, business and organizational interest. Classes are available in both face-to-face and online formats.
Since assuming office in January, Commissioner Garcia Richard has been working to enhance the auditing capacity at the State Land Office. The Royalty Management Division is tasked with auditing 85% of Land Office royalty revenue every five years.
In a decision rendered by the First Judicial District Court in Santa Fe on Monday, September 30, 2019, the Court denied the emergency application for temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction requested by plaintiffs Bruce Duran, David Salazar, Patrick Herrera, Charles Wright and Robert Garcia in their lawsuit against the Board of Trustees (Board) for Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Coop).
“We must close the digital divide so the entrepreneurs, innovators, and scholars of the future have the tools necessary to succeed,” said Luján. “I am proud to partner with my colleagues on the Digital Equity Act, which will provide needed investments in our communities to promote digital equity and digital inclusion. This commonsense legislation will help ensure that all Americans benefit from the digital economy."
FLASH FLOOD WATCH: Ingredients continue to come together for a long duration heavy rain event over a large portion of eastern NM late today through Tuesday. Estimated rainfall totals of 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts are possible from the Sacramento Mountains and over southeastern and east-central NM.
Senator Heinrich is cohosting a series of workshops to support N.M. artists and organizations. Arts and cultural industries create more than $5 billion in annual economic impact, support nearly one in every 10 jobs in N.M.
Auditor Colón, as Chair, welcomes a slate of new Commissioners to represent various interests in public records. The Commission, composed of a private sector historian and representatives from the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of State government, is charged with protecting and preserving New Mexico’s public records.
“Your willingness to engage with such a group lends dangerous legitimacy to nativist and xenophobic ideologies of hate. This is unfitting of a senior official of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and I urge you to immediately cancel your planned appearance,” Luján wrote.
The National Weather Service forecasts Sunny skies, with a high near 79. South wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 30 mph. Courtesy/NWS
Citizen-organized festival features music, arts, cuisine, culture, entrepreneurship, drawing 25,000 to downtown Albuquerque on Saturday, September 28, 2019
Join us for 65 booths of Northern New Mexico's best artists in the region, featuring: Spanish Colonial, Wood working, Tinwork, Weavings, Glass Sculptures, Quilts, Paintings, Pottery, Nature, Jewelry and so much more.
This event is sponsored by various law enforcement agencies, punitive measures are restricted during the walk. Non-addicts, recovering-addicts and many whom never used drugs or consumed alcohol, check in and prepare for an estimated 5 mile walk.
Lawmakers call on HHS to support Project ECHO, a telehealth mentoring model developed in NM that will improve and expand access to quality healthcare across the U.S.
Celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 28 by going fishing for free. On this special day, New Mexico residents and nonresidents of all ages can fish without a license at public waters statewide. All other fishing rules apply.