Elizabeth Groginsky, an education executive for the District of Columbia, won appointment Wednesday as New Mexico’s first Cabinet secretary for early childhood education — a critical job as the state ramps up spending on prekindergarten and other programs to prepare youngsters for school. Groginsky will be leaving her job asRead More →

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NOVEMBER 4, 2019 BY MARTAICALL 0 COMMENTS Silver City, NM, November 4, 2019–The Silver City Ranger District is planning a vegetation treatment this fall to reduce hazardous fuels conditions, protect private property, and improve wildlife habitat.  The Jaybird Prescribed Fire is planned for mid-November or early December depending on appropriate weather conditions. ThisRead More →

High-Risk Residents Strongly Encouraged to Attend SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Anthony Public Health Office will host a flu shot clinic on Saturday, November 12th from 10 am-2 pm at the Vado Community Center, 352-2 Holguin Rd. The annual flu vaccination is available for no charge for childrenRead More →

New Mexico’s fourth-grade and eighth-grade students’ test scores in math and reading on the latest Nation’s Report Card remain well below the national average. Results released Wednesday on the National Assessment of Educational Progress show fourth-graders in the state scored 12 points below the national average on math and 11Read More →