Unique to Albuquerque, the City mapped neighborhoods by poverty and social equity then worked to find sites convenient to those areas considered “the most vulnerable,” according to City Emergency Manager Roger Ebbner.
The Reuters News Service is reporting that New Mexico Congresswoman Deb Haaland (D-NM01) has emerged as President-elect Biden’s pick to lead the sprawling Department of Interior, with at least one source saying the decision had been made and an announcement was “imminent.” New Mexicans have been heavily-favored to lead the department responsible for overseeing public […]
New Mexico colleges and universities to offer training and certificate programs for the industrial hemp industry.
Two University of New Mexico sports programs have sought asylum in other states in an effort to preempt the state’s COVID-19 restrictions imposed on sports programs.
Tom Udall, New Mexico’s senior senator, gave his final address on the US Senate floor this week. He had previously announced that he would retire from the Senate at the conclusion of his current term in 2020. Tom Udall has served New Mexico in public office since 1991 as state attorney general, congressman and senator. […]
Gallup is one of the many great opportunities to venture out, explore the great outdoors and get some holiday shopping done.
More monoliths, evasive wallaroos and tickles happen.
The main hot topic facing our Burque leaders at the most recent City Council meeting was a paid leave bill intended to give just about every worker bee paid time off by 2022. But alas, sending some support to those keeping all of us going was kicked down the road on a 5 to 4 […]
There are some fun things to do in Albuquerque this week (December 10-16, 2020).
I haven’t spent much time strolling Old Town since my last field trip there in sixth grade. That said, nine months into this pandemic, I masked up and went for a stroll in Old Town. I saw no obvious tourists. Few businesses were open.