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April 13, 2018 – It can be difficult to find a job in rural New Mexico. For people who want to stay in their community, remote work is now a viable option but it requires a high speed internet connection. … Continue reading State of Change: Training Remote Workers In Rural New Mexico

April 13, 2018 – You might be surprised to see how low the Rio Grande is through Albuquerque right now. The river has already dried for more than ten miles south of Socorro, and it’s running low in northern New … Continue reading Our Land: It’s not just one dry year: What the Rio Grande’s low flows tell us about the future

April 6, 2018 – New Mexico ranks fourth in the nation for suicides in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. People who might be thinking about suicide might also face challenges finding a place to … Continue reading Resources Available For People Thinking About Suicide

April 6, 2018 – The Middle Rio Grande Pueblo Tribal Consortium was created to connect the Pueblos of Cochiti, Santo Domingo, San Felipe and Santa Ana to high speed internet. The collaboration is unique because the tribes are leading the … Continue reading State of Change: Four Pueblos Build Their Own Internet Access

March 30, 2018 – The student-led March For Our Lives event in Albuquerque last week drew thousands of people out into the streets and to Tiguex Park near Old Town. But student organizers says it is only the first step … Continue reading Addressing Gun Violence in New Mexico

March 30, 2018 -Cindi Feldwisch was one of five women to serve as the first female members of the Air Force Honor Guard. In these high-profile and prestigious positions members are the face of the Air Force in important ceremonies, … Continue reading Cindi Feldwisch: One Of The First Women To Serve In The Air Force Honor Guard

March 23, 2018 – New Mexico state law requires that student athletes sit out for 10 days after a concussion. This week we learn about the risk factors for concussions and how students and parents can help better identify and … Continue reading Addressing Concussions In Youth Sports

March 23, 2018 – The time to start thinking about water conservation is before a drought. And that’s exactly what the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority (ABCWUA) started doing years ago. Low snowpack and a forecast for increased drought … Continue reading Water Conservation In New Mexico – This Year And Beyond

March 16, 2018 – For Sunshine Week 2018, producer Sarah Gustavus sits down with Rory McClannahan, executive director of the New Mexico Press Association and a board member for the Foundation for Open Government, to talk about the importance of … Continue reading Sunshine Week: Transparency In New Mexico

March 16, 2018 – Food plays an important part of wellness – both in terms of nutrition and emotional well-being. Chefs, healthcare providers, and community organizers around Indian Country are talking about the value of traditional foods.  Correspondent Antonia Gonzales, … Continue reading Navajo Chef Talks About Value Of Traditional Foods

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