Today's intelligence: a few more reasons to be thankful
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: Virgin Galactic announces layoffs to conserve cash for research and development of a new passenger spacecraft.
Today's intelligence: Rebecca Dow is back. Plus: a look at New Mexico's public-private effort to promote workforce development for the space industry.
The Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project opens a fund-raising drive to support the Citizen.
Today's intelligence: an investigative report on the threat fracking poses to fragile acquifers in New Mexico and elsewhere
Today's intelligence: Federal lands mining law is seriously antiquated. Will new task force recommendations for reform be implemented?
Today's intelligence: How will New Mexicans be hurt if the federal government goes dark at one minute past midnight tonight?
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Today's intelligence: Tesla automotives supplier to build plant in Santa Teresa Borderplex, while the state is urged to seek federal aid to clean up groundwater contamination at the White Sands Test Facility.
Today's intelligence: The Organ Mountains-Dsert Peaks National Monument near Las Cruces has exceeded expectations in terms of visitation and economic impact. Plus: The Bureau of Land Management has been sued for its alleged neglect of environmental oversight of grazing lands.