Created on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 07:33
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EL PASO TX/SANTA TERESA NM
545 AM MST WED FEB 5 2014
...MORE SNOW POSSIBLE FOR THE MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO
THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT...
.ANOTHER IN A SERIES OF FAST MOVING PACIFIC TROUGHS WILL MOVE INTO
THE STATE TODAY AND TONIGHT. THIS SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE SNOW SHOWERS
OVER THE REGION...ESPECIALLY THE HIGHER MOUNTAINS. SNOW AMOUNTS
FROM THIS EVENT WILL VARY GREATLY... WITH A SIZABLE PORTION OF THE
AREA GETTING THREE TO FIVE INCHES FROM THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH
TOMORROW MORNING. SOME AREAS OF THE ADJACENT FOOT HILLS LIKE
SILVER CITY MAY SEE 1 TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW OVER NIGHT. TRACE
AMOUNTS OF SNOW ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE DESERT LOWLANDS AS WELL.
Created on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 05:31
(Santa Fe) --The National Resource Conservation Service published its most probable snowmelt runoff forecast for spring 2014.
As of February 1, 2014, the snowmelt runoff forecast is for Less Than Average to Significantly Less Than Average snowmelt runoff from mountains in New Mexico.-- Continue reading
Created on Monday, 03 February 2014 20:11
Created on Monday, 03 February 2014 13:24
Within the past month two dogs have been poisoned. One lived through it; the other didn’t. This morning a dog was shot between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Its leg is being amputated.
Don’t let yo-- Continue reading
Created on Sunday, 02 February 2014 11:24
51ST LEGISLATURE- STATE OF NEW MEXICO – SECOND SESSION, 2014
INTRODUCED BY Howie C. Morales
RECOGNIZING THE NEED TO STUDY THE COST, BENEFITS, DISADVANTAGES, AND EFFICACY OF NEW MEXICO’S PARTICIPATION IN THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS AND THE PARTNERSHIP FOR ASSESSMENT READINESS FOR COLLEGE AND CAREERS (PARCC) CONSORTIUM.
WHEREAS, in 2009 the Governor and Secretary of Public Education signed a memorandum of agreement with the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers, along with other states, to develop common standards in language arts and mathematics for kindergarten through grade twelve; and
Created on Saturday, 01 February 2014 12:50
Photos by Mary Alice Murphy
"Captured!," a photo show featuring nature photography, opened with a reception Friday, January 31, and is available for viewing at the Mimbres Region Arts Council Gallery throughout the month of February.
FeVa Fotos, Tom Vaughan and Sandy Feutz, along with seven members of the Silver City Photography Club showed their best photos of nature, from bears to birds to spiders and landscapes.-- Continue reading
Created on Friday, 31 January 2014 20:59
You should care about the AWSA if you like to have water coming out of your faucet, if you like to eat reasonably priced local food and if you want the regional economy to grow. Water is necessary for those three reasons, as well as it being a necessity for life.
Be informed before you sign any petition. The residents of the four counties of Grant, Hidalgo, Catron and Luna stand to benefit much more from the storage and release of needed amounts of water to keep the Gila River flowing in all reaches than from a river that will send most of the water to Arizona.
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