It didn't begin with the ring of a bell in financial markets or civic parades or religious festivities, but March 2 was the beginning of the most significant annual event in the middle Rio Grande valley; opening the flow, as the 2020 irrigation season begins to nourish crops now through October 31.

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State News Wire

SANTA FE – The public health order issued March 19 by Department of Health Secretary Kathy Kunkel temporarily strengthens earlier orders to include additional mandatory closures and guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19 disease. 

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Health are sharing the below information for the public concerning travel and COVID-19 testing. Please share this information widely.

SANTA FE - During this difficult time for New Mexico restaurants and food establishments, the New Mexico Departments of Economic Development and Environment are encouraging New Mexicans to patronize local eateriesby utilizing home and curbside delivery and take-out options as much as possibl…


SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Students picked up laptop computers and books Friday from school to settle into life at home without public gatherings for at least three weeks as New Mexico authorities tried to isolate a half-dozen confirmed infections from the new coronavirus.


The Roman Catholic archdiocese for Albuquerque, Santa Fe and other parts of central and northern New Mexico has announced the immediate closings of its churches and schools “until further notice” to help prevent spread of the coronavirus.