I just sent this statement to the press regarding the budget and funding Pre-K. I don't want there to be any confusion, a vote against the Soda Tax is a vote against Pre-K; there is no money in the current SF City Budget for Pre-K. Please read my statement below and I look forward to the continued conversation. — JG.
A vote against the Soda Tax is a vote against Pre-K; there is no money in the current SF City Budget for Pre-K.
The Big Soda companies, masquerading as a local group, a Better Way for Santa Fe and Pre-K, are condu>
Supporting New Mexico Artists and Boosting Our Creative Economy
New Mexico is home to one of the most vibrant artistic communities in America. The abundance of art in our state reflects our unique and diverse heritage, and our artists play a vital role in shaping our culture, and building the future of our state.
The arts are also an important part of our economy. One in 10 jobs in New Mexico is related to arts and culture, from Navajo jewelers in Gallup to performers and artisans in Las Cruces. And from Pueblo sculptors, santeros and weavers in Northern New Mexico to painters in Silver City. That's why, last year, I introduced a bill to support artists, arts entrepreneur>
Austin Luttrell surrounded by the St. Michael's cross country team at Wednesday's college signing at the school library.
Head cross country coach Lenny Gurule signs the official document for Embry-Riddle University, which Austin Luttrell will attend.
It's the official signing for Austin Luttrell, with his mon, Carol, and dad, Wayne, alongside him and XC head coach Lenny Gurule and his assistant, Cisco Rivera, standing behind.
Next stop for Austin Luttrell is Embry-Riddle University in Prescott, Ariz., with space physics his major and cross country-track his sports
St. Michael's senior signs up for the NAIA school before plenty of >
Udall Questions Former Governor Bill Richardson on Importance of U.S. - Mexico Relations
WASHINGTON — Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall, asked former N.M. Gov. Bill Richardson whether the threats from President Trump and his administration to dismantle NAFTA and build a border wall will negatively affect New Mexico's growing border economies and do little to effectively secure the border. At the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, "The U.S.-Mexico Relationship: Advancing Security and Prosperity on Both Sides of the Border", Udall discussed t>
Luján Notes Los Alamos County Named Healthiest County in New Mexico According to New Rankings
Sandoval, Roosevelt, Bernadillo and Santa Fe Counties Round Out Top Five
[Washington, DC] — Los Alamos County ranks healthiest in New Mexico, according to the 2017 County Health Rankings, released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. The full list of rankings is available at www.countyhealthrankings.org.
"Los Alamos County is a great place — a community that offers something for everyone — from young families to retirees," Luján said.
The County Health Rankings, a coll>
This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.
Catches of the week:
- Albuquerque Drain (South): Jaynelle Gonzales, 9, of Albuquerque, was fishing with her dad Robert and sister Julianna, 3, and caught her first rainbow trout March 21. She ended>