It took one natural disaster to make another one survivable.
Pojoaque Pueblo Gov. Joseph Talachy said the hotel is only accepting "low-risk" members of New Mexico pueblos and tribes who have been referred by the state Department of Health.
Party Chairman Steve Pearce says he has concerns about security, despite problems at the polls displayed this week during Wisconsin election.
The latest order restricts the number people in stores to 20 percent of their customer capacity and requires businesses to strictly enforce 6 feet of spacing between patrons.
The project, which will cost an estimated $90,000, is primarily intended for students who have switched to online learning but have limited or no internet access.
The New Mexico Tourism Department, in an effort to get “real-time” data on the effects of the pandemic on the industry, put a set of surveys online.
Luján is among a group of federal lawmakers sponsoring a $250 billion aid package for local governments the representative says will help rural New Mexico brace for the coronavirus surge.
The restrictions, to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, include banning reusable bags and limiting the number of customers shopping in a store at one time.
Spurred by a spike in San Juan County, the state on Monday reported 62 new positive cases of COVID-19, pushing the state's tally to 686.
Food inspections are ongoing as is the tracking of methane emissions and other critical work related to drinking water protections and worker safety.
But social-distancing guidelines intended to slow the spread of the new coronavirus and to protect those most at risk also can leave people living in isolation feeling even more alone.
The process involves shovel-to-shovel contact and face-to-face interaction among neighbors or adjoining landowners or what are known as peones — people hired to do the digging for them.
Last month, the New Mexico Nurses Association conducted a survey of 1,352 nurses across the state about their work during the pandemic; only 24 percent agreed their workplace is equipped to handle COVID-19 cases.
The Santa Fe Indian Center, which provides food programs, emergency financial assistance and community gatherings to the Native community in Santa Fe County, will offe…
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Trump opposes voting by mail and is leading Republicans in a battle to limit its use, arguing that it would encourage fraud and lead to so many people voting that his party could not win.
You should perceive your family to function as a single individual unit; if one person puts themselves at risk of contracting the coronavirus, everyone in the unit is at risk.