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Adrienne Sandoval Named Oil Conservation Division Director

By EMNRD  Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department Cabinet Secretary Sarah Cottrell Propst announced Adrienne Sandoval as the new director for the Oil Conservation Division.   The Division regulates oil and gas activity in New Mexico.   “I’m confident Ms. Sandoval is the right person to lead the Oil Conservation Division …

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Magazine Features Gov. Lujan Grisham for Economic Strides

By New Mexico Economic Development Department Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s vision for a stronger and more diversified New Mexico economy is featured in the March issue of Site Selection magazine. The magazine’s Savannah King interviewed Lujan Grisham about her recent initiatives in sustainable energy, education, outdoor recreation, and film and media. …

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Fishing and Stocking Report

By NM Game and Fish Catches of the week Cochiti Lake: George Torres of Stanley caught and released three channel catfish that weighed in at 9.66 pounds each Mar 16. He was using cut bait.  Seven Springs Brood Pond: Lola McHale, age 7 of Albuquerque caught a 15-inch rainbow trout …

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Not the usual team to beat, 2nd seeded UConn is not to be taken lightly as the NCAA national women’s basketball tournament bounces in, with the Huskies in the first round in Albany, N.Y.

By Arnie Leshin  When he was asked about the 2nd ranked UConn women getting an unprecedented 2nd seed for the NCAA basketball tournament where they own a record 11 national championships, Geno Auriemma didn’t appear to let him bother him.   “It don’t think it matters one way or another,” …

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Abortion Bill Defeated!

By The Family Policy Alliance of New Mexico Team I am sure you have already heard, but last night we defeated the radical abortion bill, HB 51, in the New Mexico Senate by a vote of 24-18 after 8 democrats joined 16 Republicans in opposition! After the final vote was announced, …

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Regional Fire Update

Pacheco Canyon Prescribed Burn Planned for Mid-March

By SFNF  Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) plan to take advantage of favorable conditions, including fuel moisture levels, air quality, wind direction and weather forecasts, to initiate a prescribed burn in Pacheco Canyon on the Española Ranger District as early as Monday, March 18, 2019.  Exact …

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