Activity at the county chambers included accepting funds from El Rio Sol to allow transmission lines across the county as well as permission for the company to utilize county roads during planning, construction and maintenance of the lines. The flood commissioner discussed the department's financial audit and permit problems.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Bipartisan legislation introduced last week by New Mexico CD2 Representative Gabe Vasquez seeks to better preserve public access to public lands.
Solid waste rates are wildly unfair. It will take years to make them equitable.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Governor okays new sources of funding and staff support for housing construction, infrastructure-building and community development projects.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: a roundup of bills imposing tighter regulation of oil and gas producers that died during the recently concluded session of New Mexico Legislature
Today's intelligence from state and/or national Reporting: public meeting on Spaceport America master plan announced for early next month in Truth or Consequences
I wanted to follow up my last article with a few examples of having fun and expressing passion and creativity with nature writing. Might as well tell a story of natural inspiration. The idea of the Prose, Poetry and Art Exhibition is give students a voice on wilderness.
This is a call out to students and teachers who live and study in the communities surrounding the Gila and Aldo Leopold Wildernesses. It is an opportunity to speak your passion via words or paint. Please join the Celebration.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Have you heard who is reportedly coming to make a film in Truth or Consequences soon?
The Citizen reports to readers on donations, how we spend what readers contribute, how much we have, and how long it will last, a forward-looking perspective.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Measures to clarify and strengthen New Mexico's anti-corruption statute were among the legislation that died in the recently concluded Roundhouse session.
A schedule of upcoming free Kingston / Hillsboro events has been released.