The Rio Arriba Health and Human Services Department (RAHHSD) held a workshop for first responders Friday, June 5, addressing principals of Crisis Intervention to help reduce the number of instances in which officers have to respond with force by giving them other tools to use. Read on to learn more.
Teen Biz Challenge For Teens with a Dream ESPAÑOLA —Do you know a teenager who is looking for summer work or interested in starting a business of their own? Well, now may be their chance to start that business and get help doing it. The Espanola Chamber along with Los Alamos National Laboratory, Small Business […]
NMSU’s Cooperative Extension Service hopes to build on the success of its New Mexico youth ranch management camp when it host the event may 31 to June 5, 2015.