U.S. Forest Service Admits Errors in New Mexico Burn

Fire has consumed more than 340,000 acres.  The Hermits Peak Fire in New Mexico has been reviewed by the U.S. Forest Service which has determined that errors occurred…

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Interior Commemorates Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project

Water pipeline first installment of water infrastructure project. The Department of the Interior commemorated a major point of completion for the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project (NGWSP) last week,…

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Wildfires Blaze Across Five States

More than 33 large wildfires char more than 1 million acres.  A record-setting heatwave and sustained dry, windy conditions contributed to more than 33 large fires across five…

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President Commits Funding for New Mexico Wildfire Recovery

Makes announcement during trip to Santa Fe. In April of this year, two prescribed burns made by the U.S. Forest Service became out of control, driven by drought…

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HUD Approves New Mexico Disaster Assistance

Provides funding and 90-day foreclosure moratorium. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced the availability of emergency assistance for those affected by wildfires in New…

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Report Says Colorado River “Most Endangered”

Drought conditions continue in American Southwest.  A nonprofit conservation group has published a new report on “America’s Most Endangered Rivers,” citing the Colorado River as the most endangered…

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FBI Draws Attention to Native American Homicide Crisis

Begins running a 60-second radio ad in Navajo language. The FBI announced that they are running a 60-second radio ad in the Southwest United States, highlighting the crisis…

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Spilled Liquid Waste Discovered During Nuclear Cleanup

Radioactive liquid found in shipping container. Officials confirmed earlier this week that a portion of a governmental waste repository was evacuated over the weekend. Workers at the New…

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Christmas Tree Permits Available in NM and WY

The Bureau of Land Management announced availability starting November 22. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced the availability of Christmas tree permits in New Mexico and…

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Interior Outlines Chaco Canyon Preservation Plan

President Biden prevents drilling within 20 miles of site. The Department of the Interior outlined its plan to protect the Chaco Canyon and surrounding landscape on Monday. Located…

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