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Gov. Lujan Grisham appoints new Interstate Stream Commission members

By The office of the Governor  Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday appointed seven new members to the Interstate Stream Commission and re-appointed an eighth. “Our water is our most precious natural resource,” Gov. Lujan Grisham said. “These individuals are tasked with upholding the people’s trust and providing for a …

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BAER Team Assesses Post-Fire Effects from the Naranjo Fire

By SFNF A Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team is currently assessing post-fire conditions for the Naranjo Fire near Regina, NM, on the Cuba Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest(SFNF). Monsoonal weather patterns are expected to bring heavy rainfall and thunderstorms this week, increasing the threat of localized …

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68th Annual Traditional Spanish Market Set for July 27-28

By Spanish colonial arts society  The 68th annual Traditional Spanish Market will take place July 27-28, 2019 on the historic Santa Fe Plaza in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Over 200 juried artists from New Mexico and southern Colorado will participate. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience and purchase …

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Iranian Piracy and Terror

By Christians United for Israel  On Friday, in the Straits of Hormuz, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard seized the Stena Impero, a British flagged oil tanker as well as a second tanker that was later released.  Charts have shown that the ship was undoubtedly in Omani waters, making the seizure by …

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CHRISTUS St. Vincent AntiCoagulation Services

By Christus St Vincent  Many medical conditions require blood to be “thinned” to prevent clotting. The most common anticoagulation drug is Coumadin. The clinic has specially trained staff to manage anticoagulation therapy and make certain therapeutic doses of anticoagulant are maintained. Educational sessions for patients are also offered. OUR LOCATION …

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Spotlight

Summer Fun In The Land Of Enchantment

Hello New Mexico! With Summer in full swing, it’s easy to get comfortable on the couch watching Hulu and Netflix.  It’s also easy to forget how lucky we are to be surrounded by the beautiful landscapes that define New Mexico. In this article, I hope you find inspiration for some …

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Regional Fire Update

Thank You Campers!

By SFNF Patrols on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) over the long Fourth of July weekend reported only five abandoned campfires – a huge improvement over recent weekend tallies of 45 abandoned campfires the weekend of June 22-23 and another 11 for June 29-30. “Good snowpack and a wet …

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