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Weekend Highlights: Before I Die ABQ Festival

A Good Goodbye
Albuquerque, Oct 20, 2017

The inaugural Before I Die ABQ Festival starts today, Friday, October 20 and runs through Wednesday, October 25, with field trips, movies, yoga and meditation classes, a cremation urn art show, panels discussions, Death Cafes, a talk by a coroner investigator, and other outside-the-box events.


Northeast/Southeast Connectors Project Public Meeting

Santa Fe County
Santa Fe, Oct 19, 2017

Join us to learn more about the Northeast/Southeast Connectors Project
Santa Fe County in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration and New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is sponsoring this public hearing for the Northeast/Southeast Connectors Project to present project concepts, discuss the environmental issues, and receive comments from the public. The project purpose is to improve regional system connectivity, provide multi-modal facilities, reduce traffic congestion, and provide secondary emergency access to the Santa Fe Community College District.


Late-season archery elk licenses available Oct. 25

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
Santa Fe, Oct 19, 2017

SANTA FE – There will be 275 first-come, first-served late-season bull elk archery hunting licenses on sale beginning Oct. 25 on the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish website.


AG Balderas, DA D’Antonio, Sheriff Vigil & Mayor Miyagishima Bring Project OPEN: Opioid Prevention & Education Network Training to Doña Ana County

New Mexico Attorney General
Santa Fe, Oct 19, 2017

Las Cruces, NM – This morning, Attorney General Hector Balderas, District Attorney Mark D’Antonio, Sheriff Enrique “Kiki” Vigil and Mayor Ken Miyagishima announced that the Attorney General’s Project OPEN: Opioid Prevention & Education Network will host an Opioid Abuse Training in Las Cruces on Friday, October 27, 2017.


UDALL, HEINRICH, LUJÁN ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $2 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING TO COMBAT YOUTH AND FAMILY HOMELESSNESS IN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO

US House of Representatives - Office of Rep. Ben Ray Lujan
Washington, DC, Oct 19, 2017

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, and U.S. Representative Ben Ray Luján announced $2 million over the next five years in federal funding for programs that support youth and families experiencing homelessness in Northern New Mexico.


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