Hed: Guv signs bills aimed to improve healthcare

Hed: Guv signs bills aimed to improve healthcare

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed several healthcare bills which officials said would help insulate rural hospitals from financial vulnerability during a press…
March 2, 2024 | 12:05 am
Hed: Guv signs bills aimed to improve healthcare

Hed: Guv signs bills aimed to improve healthcare

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed several healthcare bills which officials said would help insulate rural hospitals from financial vulnerability during…
Susan Dunlap | March 2, 2024 | 12:05 am
ECECD expects slightly smaller budget than requested

ECECD expects slightly smaller budget than requested

The budget passed by the legislature this year contained much, though not all, of what the Early Childhood Education and…
Susan Dunlap | March 2, 2024 | 12:03 am
Tribal members discuss the impacts of uranium industry

Tribal members discuss the impacts of uranium industry

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights heard about the contamination of Native American lands by uranium extraction and milling during…
Hannah Grover | March 1, 2024 | 12:05 am
MRGCD prepares for irrigation season

MRGCD prepares for irrigation season

The Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District opened its headgates this week to test infrastructure in advance of irrigation season. The…
Hannah Grover | March 1, 2024 | 12:02 am
Source of PFAS contamination in Santa Fe County remains unknown

Source of PFAS contamination in Santa Fe County remains unknown

For José “Chappy” Villegas, the PFAS contamination in his well represents more than just betrayal by the governments that were…
Hannah Grover | February 28, 2024 | 6:28 pm
How bad is the Western megadrought? Scientists look at tree rings to find context from history

How bad is the Western megadrought? Scientists look at tree rings to find context from history

By Alex Hager, KUNC The current Western megadrought is unlike any other dry period the region has experienced over the…
Alex Hagar, KUNC | February 28, 2024 | 12:05 am
Another New Mexico legislative session ends, and again — no new oil and gas reforms

Another New Mexico legislative session ends, and again — no new oil and gas reforms

By Jerry Redfern, Capital & Main “It was a very good year!” The message from the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association…
Capital & Main | February 27, 2024 | 12:05 am

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Hed: Guv signs bills aimed to improve healthcare

March 1, 2024 , 12:05 am
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed several healthcare bills which officials said would help insulate rural hospitals from financial vulnerability during…

ECECD expects slightly smaller budget than requested

March 1, 2024 , 12:03 am
The budget passed by the legislature this year contained much, though not all, of what the Early Childhood Education and…

Heinrich urges housing program extension

March 1, 2024 , 12:01 am
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, a Democrat from New Mexico, was one of 15 senators and 18 representatives advocating for the…

Tribal members discuss the impacts of uranium industry

February 28, 2024 , 12:05 am
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights heard about the contamination of Native American lands by uranium extraction and milling during…

MRGCD prepares for irrigation season

February 29, 2024 , 12:02 am
The Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District opened its headgates this week to test infrastructure in advance of irrigation season. The…

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