The Center for Biological Diversity, which petitioned last year to list the plant under the Endangered Species Act, obtained the documents under a Nevada public records request.
"What we did in the spring was stand something up to keep the light on. We did not have the luxury of a well-thought-out plan," said Tom Ryan, the district's chief information and strategy officer.
The state is performing much better than its neighbors on a key coronavirus metric that measures how many people who get COVID-19 tests turn out to have the disease.
In 2018, the sudden closure of the observatory generated national attention as fans of nearby Roswell's longstanding rumors about UFOs suggested the shuttering had to do with the spotting of alien life.
"I was afraid it was going to be overgrown," said Bob Ackenhausen, a volunteer meandering through the garden Saturday morning for the first time since it closed in March.
For many millennial children of boomer contractors in Santa Fe, building houses, even stunning mega-homes, held no appeal. The pandemic changed things.
"He was a deeply committed music lover, and that’s really what drove his involvement and support with these opera companies," said Robert Meya, general director of the Santa Fe Opera.
The chief's accident, which sparked speculation at the police department when it went unreported, disabled his patrol car, required a tow and cost taxpayers about $1,565 in parts to repair.
Vicente Trujillo says his small shop on Ninita Street is barely hanging on — "doing maybe 20 percent of what we would normally be doing."
Fred Harris noted both the financial and educational achievement gaps between Blacks and whites remain as wide in 2020 as they were more than 50 years ago.
One police officer was killed and dozens of people hurt in the confrontations, which played out in streets that were wrecked from Tuesday’s blast at the port that devastated much of the city and killed nearly 160 people.
Some demonstrators also filled pool noodles with nails and placed them in the road, causing extensive damage to a patrol vehicle, police stated.
Black voters as a whole delivered the Democratic nomination to Biden, powering his commanding win in the South Carolina primary, which rescued his floundering campaign.
Since Floyd’s death in late May, there have been about 450 pieces of policing reform proposals introduced in 31 states, according to a count by the NCSL.
Gross receipts tax declined less than anticipated in April and May as ongoing projects propped up the construction industry, online sales gave a boost to retail sectors and federal stimulus payments likely helped consumer spending.
A dedicated team of hospital personnel — who volunteered for the work — care only for COVID-19 patients to minimize the risk of carrying the virus to other parts of the hospital.
What are expected to become Santa Fe’s two largest apartment communities, are lining up for expected construction starts in the coming months.
Ryan Stewart’s extended stay with family outside the state has prompted questions about the boundaries of remote work.
An upsurge of coronavirus cases in Japan meant a much smaller than normal turnout, but the bombing survivors’ message was more urgent than ever.
NEW YORK — President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered an unspecified ban on “transactions” with the Chinese owners of the consumer apps TikTok and WeChat, although it …
Alicia Inez Guzmán says she complained that pulling the "Libros para el Viaje" story "not only impinged on editorial integrity but was also an act of censorship."
New Mexico schools may be operating virtually through at least Labor Day Weekend but the annual back-to-school tax holiday remains in place.
The authority's action speaks to the dilemma insurers face as they navigate “unchartered water regarding insurance coverage during a global pandemic," Marty Esquivel, general counsel for the authority.
Statewide claims dropped 17.3 percent to 5,997, the lowest since July 4 after two weeks with more than 7,000 claims, the Labor Department reported Thursday.