Published on Tuesday, 21 February 2017 08:42
Dry and Windy Conditions Expected on Thursday...
An upper level trough will be moving across the Rockies with a rapidly deepening surface low over western Kansas on Thursday. This will bring strong winds to the region which will combine with above normal temperatures and minimum relative humidities in the
lower to mid teens to create critical fire weather conditions over the lowlands of southern New Mexico and far west Texas.
New Mexico Fire Weather Zone 111-Southwest Deserts And Lowlands/las Cruces Blm/glz-
New Mexico Fire Weather Zone 112
South Central Lowlands And Southern Rio Grande Valley/blm/glz-
Texas Fire Weather Zone 055
El Paso County-Texas Fire Weather Zone 056
639 Am Mst Tue Feb 21 2017 Read more...
Published on Monday, 20 February 2017 18:40
By Mary Alice Murphy
Monday, at a little after noon, members of the Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees met for two agenda items. The first was to determine a selection committee to choose a permanent chief executive officer. The second item on the agenda was to discuss and review board bylaws.
Interim CEO Alfredo Ontiveros continues in the position until a permanent replacement is found. The board chose him to replace CEO Brian Cunningham, who resigned from the position after replacing the previous CEO Brian Bentley more than three years ago. Cunningham had served GRMC for 14 years prior to deciding he wanted to pursue other opportunities for personal growth. Read more...
Published on Monday, 20 February 2017 07:53
To download a PDF of the release, please visit the following link: Freeport-McMoRan Updates Status of PT Freeport Indonesia Operations
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE: FCX) is providing an update on the status of PT Freeport Indonesia’s (PT-FI) operations and its discussions with the Government of Indonesia on concentrate exports and other matters related to its Contract of Work (COW).
Following more than five years of discussions with the Government, in which PT-FI negotiated in good faith to be responsive to the Government’s aspirations while protecting the rights of its stakeholders, the parties have failed to reach agreement. Read more...
Published on Sunday, 19 February 2017 08:15
Pacific storm system to bring more snow to the higher
elevations of the Gila Region of Southwestern New Mexico
A Pacific Storm System Will Slowly Move Across The Southwestern U.S. Today. Moisture And Instability With The Storm Will Bring
Increasing Precipitation Coverage To The Southwestern Mountains Of New Mexico Today. Elevations Above 7500 Ft Could See Snow
Accumulations Of 3 To 6 Inches While Elevations Between 6500 Ft And 7500 Ft Could See 1 To 3 Inches. Snow Is Expected To Diminish Sunday Evening And The Storm System Will Move Out Of The Region
Early Monday To End Snow Chances. Read more...
Published on Saturday, 18 February 2017 20:46
High wind warnings in Hidalgo County. High profile vehicles use caution. The NMDOT will continue monitoring the roadway. This event will be updated as conditions change.
Published on Saturday, 18 February 2017 08:51
Pacific storm system to bring snow to the higher elevations of the Gila Region of Southwestern New Mexico...
A Pacific Storm System Will Slowly Move Across The Southwestern U.S. This Weekend. Increased Moisture And Instability With The
Storm Will Bring Increasing Precipitation Chances To The
Southwestern Mountains Of New Mexico This Afternoon Through Mid-Day Sunday. Cooler Air Will Move In Late Tonight And Lower Snow
Levels From Around 9000 Ft This Afternoon To 6500 Ft By Daybreak Sunday. Elevations Above 7500 Ft Could See Snow Accumulations Of 3
To 7 Inches While Elevations Between 6500 Ft And 7500 Ft Could See 1 To 3 Inches. Snow Is Expected To Diminish Sunday Afternoon And The The Storm System Will Pull Out Of The Region Early Monday To End Snow Chances. Read more...
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