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.
The following is information for the distribution of a Silver Alert from the Valencia County Sheriff’s Office. Please refer all media inquiries to the Valencia County Sheriff’s Office at (505) 866-2400.
During the LAPS School Board meeting Tuesday night, school board members approved a resolution for the bulk purchasing of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for school employees. The Safety for School Employees and Saving Taxpayer Dollars by the Bulk Purchasing of PPE resolution was passed unanimously. 
It’s not too late for New Mexico farmers and ranchers to apply for financial relief as a result of impacts from the coronavirus pandemic. The deadline to apply for the United States Department of Agriculture’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) is Friday, Aug. 28.
The New Mexico State Police asks assistance from the public in locating Sara Weaver (29). For information on this Missing Endangered Advisory please contact the New Mexico State Police at (575) 382-2500.
Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that the State of New Mexico, along with California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and the California Air Resources Board prevailed in their lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s attempt to repeal the Waste Prevention Rule, a commonsense measure to reduce the enormous waste of natural gas on public lands.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is announcing that it will allow for additional fuelwood harvest in San Pedro, to minimize further residual heavy fuels from previous thinning activities. Due to public safety concerns during harvesting, this area will be closed to shooting from July 16–30, 2020.
White House gave hospitals 48-hour notice to switch their data reporting system from the CDC system in use for over a decade to new system from a private contractor during national public health crisis.
The Trementina Canyon Fire located 6 miles north of Trementina, NM in San Miguel County is now 50% contained and remains estimated at 825 acres. Structures are not threatened at this time. Firefighters will continue to secure fire lines and mop-up hot spots. Interior heat may produce smoke, but this will moderate with cooling evening temperatures.

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