Santa Fe Community College’s Continuing Education Department is partnering with The Grantsmanship Center to present the Grantsmanship Training Program Online August 10-14. Since most nonprofit organizations are working remotely and need more funding than ever, this online course addresses an urgent need.
Auditor Colón designated the City of Albuquerque for a Special Audit, to be performed in addition to its own examination, on severe allegations concerning APD overtime practices, including potential criminal violations. City of Albuquerque fails to provide timely notification on suspected fraud.
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.
LANL Foundation introduces NEW 2020 Education Enrichment Grant Cycle, requesting proposals from educators ready to pioneer New Mexico’s evolving learning frontier.
U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.), ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies, released the following statement on new rules expected from the White House Council on Environmental Quality that will weaken enforcement of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
Showers and storms today will be focused over the higher terrain. They will be slow moving and may produce locally heavy rain this afternoon. A few strong to severe thunderstorms with strong and gusty outflow winds will be possible over portions of northeast New Mexico this afternoon. Highs will be near to a few degrees warmer than normal.
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.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish will be accepting applications for special sandhill crane and pheasant permits starting 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 15.
Due to multiple sightings of bears, including a sow and cubs, in the foothills of Santa Fe between Canyon Road and Highway 285, homeowners are reminded to remove bird feeders, store trash in a secured location and never leave pet food in a space where a bear can access it.
Despite “essential” designation and reports of increased COVID cases among farmworkers, last three Congressional COVID-19 relief packages have failed to designate additional funds to address unique needs of children of migrant farmworkers
Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver today announced the launch of her Office’s updated business filing system that will now accommodate the creation of “benefit corporations,” a business designation that will allow for more socially responsible investments in New Mexico.
The New Mexico State Land Office has completed project work at Melrose Woods, a world-renowned birding area in Roosevelt County, approximately ten miles west of the Village of Melrose.
Each week the Valley Daily Post features a few pets that are ready for adoption at the Española Humane. Take a look at this week’s highlighted pets and then drop by the shelter to see the whole selection.
New Mexico State Police is seeking the public's assistance in locating Loretta Smith and Pearlindam Mircle Sandars. Loretta is the Biological Mother of Pearlindam. Both Loretta and Pearlindam were last seen leaving together from 1235 NM 68 in Alcalde, NM at around 3:30 a.m., on July 8, 2020 to go to Walmart in Espanola. Both Loretta and Pearlindam did not return from Walmart.