Today's intelligence: a few more reasons to be thankful
Today's intelligence: Dogs are coming down with a hitherto-unknown respiratory illness in several U.S. states, including nearby Colorado.
Today's intelligence: New Mexico adopts clean car standards to support the availability and use in the state of zero-emission vehicles.
Today's intelligence: Congressman Gabe Vasquez helps to secure federal funding for a renewable energy transmission project that will create jobs for southern New Mexicans.
Today's intelligence: New Mexico's Legislative Finance Committee recognizes need to provide technical assistance to local communities in danger of losing state-allocated capital funds due to their inability to promptly start or complete their proposed major infrastructure projects.
Today's intelligence: Having strayed from the range of the federal breeding program for endangered Mexican gray wolves and been captured last January, a lone female nicknamed Asha has once again headed north of I-40 in New Mexico since her re-release in July.
Today's intelligence: A near-shuttering of operations at Spaceport America will help to conserve resources for the development of Virgin Galactic's next-generation spacecraft.
Today's intelligence: Virgin Galactic announces layoffs to conserve cash for research and development of a new passenger spacecraft.
Today's intelligence: A wish list of Colorado River stakeholders' water use priorities has been gathered and released by the Bureau of Reclamation to inform the drafting of new water-sharing rules.
Today's intelligence: An exploratory program to test the quality and extent of lithium reserves near Lordsburg, New Mexico, is in the permitting stage.
Today's intelligence:: Community members step forward to defend Dr. Barbara Pearlman, who is running for re-election this fall to a seat on the board of education of the Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools, from defamatory distortions of her educational principles published in the opinion pages of the Sierra County Sentinel.
Today's intelligence: New Mexico District 35 Senator Crystal Diamond has a new name and surprise campaign finance clout. Plus: U.S. Department of Justice lays out its objections to a federal judge's recommended settlement of the Rio Grande water dispute between New Mexico and Texas.