Published on Thursday, 23 April 2015 11:58
▪ Net loss attributable to common stock totaled $2.5 billion, $2.38 per share, for first-quarter 2015, compared with net income attributable to common stock of $510 million, $0.49 per share, for first-quarter 2014. After adjusting for net charges totaling $2.4 billion, $2.32 per share, primarily for the reduction of the carrying value of oil and gas properties and the related tax charge to establish a deferred tax valuation allowance, adjusted net loss attributable to common stock totaled $60 million, $0.06 per share, for first-quarter 2015.-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 22 April 2015 18:35
By Mary Alice Murphy
The Gila/San Francisco Water Commission held its monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon, April 21, 2015, and continued their discussion on a joint-powers agreement for a Central Arizona Project (CAP) Entity with the Interstate Stream Commission.
With public comments set at the beginning of the meeting, Alllson Siwik, Gila Conservation Coalition executive director, requested that comments be allowed during the item discussion. Chairman Anthony Gutierrez replied: "Certainly."-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 22 April 2015 18:34
By Mary Alice Murphy
At the Tuesday, April 21, 2015 Grant County Commission work session, the commissioners reviewed the regular meeting agenda for Thursday, April 23, 2015.
A public hearing on a proposed ordinance increasing the size of the Board of Grant County Commissioners to five members will lead off the regular meeting, with other public hearing planned for May, June and July. The ordinance will be considered at the July 23, 2015, commissioners' meeting.-- Continue reading
Published on Wednesday, 22 April 2015 18:08
Situation: 8 Sierra County Fire Engines are responding to a bosque fire near the Percha Creek Dam.Sierra County Sheriff's Officers as well as NM State Police are stationed on I-25 in case of smoke or safety issues
Incident Name: Percha Creek Road
Start Date & Time: 4-22-15 1600
Start Location: Near the Percha Creek Dam on the Rio Grande in Sierra County
Cause of Fire: under investigation-- Continue reading
Published on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 19:50
Editor's Note: This is part two and the final part of the Monday, April 20, quarterly meeting of the Grant County Community Health Council.
The first member to give her sector report was Marilyn Alcorn, who represents Silver Adult Care Services. "We facilitate adult care. We will offer caregiver respite training. We need volunteers to commit to at least one four-hour shift a week to allow family caregivers to get a break and to help senior clients with depression and social isolation. And to an earlier comment on Bridge Community and its plan to bring in a long-term care facility, the town of Silver City has offered support for the organization and they are looking at properties."-- Continue reading
Published on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 16:59
By Mary Alice Murphy
At the Grant County Community Health Council, after hearing from Health Council community partners on projects, they heard a report from Sen. Howie Morales on the recent legislative session, and also heard from Gila Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Brian Cunningham on recent hospital challenges.
In the community partners reports, on the topic of adult substance abuse, Ron Hall, representing the group working on a Substance Abuse Prevention Center, said the group has chosen a name for the facility—Tu Casa, which in Spanish means Your House.
"Every document we have read, whether local, state or national, has said Grant County has a terrible problem of drug and alcohol abuse," Hall said.-- Continue reading
Published on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 15:58
New Mexico Technology Assistance Program (NMTAP) Coordinator Tracy Agiovlasitis gives a demonstration of the Merlin Enhanced Vision device to WNMU Social Work Student Intern Mackie Thoutt at the grand-- Continue reading
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