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Emergency request for N.M. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham

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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham

490 Old Santa Fe Trail Room 400

Santa Fe, NM 87501

(505) 476-2200

Mervyn Tilden

P.O. Box 457

Church Rock, NM 87311

(505) 567-8561



NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

May 8, 2019

Dear Governor Lujan Grisham,

I am writing to you as a last resort and to appeal to you for immediate action regarding a dead dog that has been on the bridge to Church Rock on Highway 566 since April 29, 2019. N.M. State Road 566 is a 11 mile-long state highway in the US state of New Mexico. NM 566’s southern terminus is at N.M. 118 and Historic U.S. Route 66 in Church Rock, and the northern terminus is at the end of state...

Division of Economic Development hosts successful economic summit

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The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development

TWIN ARROWS, Ariz.-The fourth annual Navajo Nation Economic Summit concluded May 1 with more than 500 registered attendees and 48 businesses and organizations. The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development, in partnership with Raven Events, hosted the summit at the Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort from April 22-24.

Raven Events, an indigenous First Nations company from Canada, facilitated the Advanced Business Match event, successfully scheduling 527 meetings between 48 businesses, chapters, and entrepreneurs.

The main conference included 20 breakout sessions across four main tracks: tourism, international, commercial...

Reading is a human right

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Literacy for All

People in all countries around the globe deserve the right to learn to read.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization estimates that 175 million young people lack basic literacy skills. To address the issues, UNESCO Regional Office of Southern Africa is supporting programs and activities to develop quality literacy materials for literacy educators and learners through integrating mother languages in literacy teaching and learning. Fifty-two years ago, UNESCO officially declared September 8 International Literacy Day, with the goal of highlighting literacy as a human rights issue. www.unesco.org/.

In 2018, The International Literacy...

Nuclear Nation Film Festival coming up

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There’s still time for public comments on nuclear clean-up

Editor,

In 1979, two incidents involving the nuclear industry and radioactive material took place in America and 40 years later, the communities are still waiting for an adequate response from the responsible parties and the federal government.

On March 28, 1979 the Unit 2 reactor of the Three Mile Island commercial nuclear power plant experienced a failure in the secondary, non-nuclear section of the plant and one of two reactors on the site, partially melted down.  Most people were sound asleep when the reactor accident began about 4 am on Wednesday, March 28, 1979.

The second catastrophe took place in the nearby...

Ins and outs of cash flow

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WESST workshop teaches business essentials

Keeping track of the money flowing in and out of a business is challenging even in the best of times — when cash is flooding in and the outflow is a comparative trickle. But any business that wants to stay in business needs to master cash flow management.

To help small-business owners get a handle on this essential skill, WESST in Albuquerque is conducting a workshop, Learn the Language of Your Business Finances, that includes demonstrations of how businesses can manage their finances, including cash flow, by having participants work with a spreadsheet for a fictitious venture.

The exercise gives tangible examples of the costs that...
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