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Native fish restoration activity planned for Whitewater Creek

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
Santa Fe, Sep 24, 2018

SANTA FE Native fish restoration efforts on Whitewater Creek is scheduled for Oct. 10-21, 2018.

The New Mexico Film Office Announces "Stargirl" to Film in New Mexico

New Mexico Film Office
Santa Fe, Sep 24, 2018

Santa Fe, N.M. - Today, New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced that "Stargirl," produced by Walt Disney Pictures for Disney`s upcoming streaming service, will begin principal photography in September through mid-November in Albuquerque and Truth or Consequences

Game Commission to meet Oct. 5 in Albuquerque

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
Santa Fe, Sep 24, 2018

SANTA FE The New Mexico State Game Commission will meet Friday, Oct. 5, in Albuquerque to review final biennial review of state listed and endangered species and the fiscal year 2018 report on depredation and nuisance abatement.

Hurricane Florence Update

American Red Cross - New Mexico
Albuquerque, Sep 24, 2018

Phoenix, Arizona (September 23, 2018) Over a week after landfall, the American Red Cross is working around the clock to do all it can to provide shelter, food, comfort and other emergency support to victims of Hurricane Florence even as flooding continues. Hurricane Florence made landfall early on September 14 as a Category 1 storm just south of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Florence set tropical storm rainfall records in two states, surpassing 20 inches in South Carolina and 35 inches in North Carolina.

Economic Development Department Announces Expansion of Industry-leading Packaging Material Manufacturer

New Mexico Economic Development Department
Santa Fe, Sep 21, 2018

Kevothermal Will Create Up To 20 New Jobs
Albuquerque, N.M. - Today, Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Matt Geisel announced that Kevothermal, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sealed Air Corporation, will expand its Albuquerque manufacturing operations creating up to 20 new jobs. Sealed Air is investing $4 million into the expansion of the Kevothermal business in Albuquerque. The expansion will be supported by New Mexico`s closing fund, LEDA. LEDA not only helps recruit new businesses to our state, but also helps existing firms grow and thrive.

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