NMMI Legislative Scholarship Available For Students In House District 49 

Applications for first-round selection due Dec. 30, 2017 MAGDALENA, NM – Rep. Gail Armstrong (R-Magdalena) would like students and their families in House District 49 to know that the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) is currently accepting applications for the General Richard T. Knowles Legislative Scholarship program. The scholarship program is open to NMMI cadets and applicants. The Legislative Scholarship covers NMMI tuition, […]

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Rep. Rebecca Dow Hosting Economic Development Forum This Saturday

   TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, NM – This Saturday, Nov. 4, Rep. Rebecca Dow (R-Truth or Consequences) is hosting an Economic Development Forum for residents in House District 38. The forum is being held at the Albert Lyons Event Center in Truth or Consequences at 10 A.M.      Officials from the New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD) and the New Mexico Tax and Revenue Department (TRD) will be on hand to discuss the resources available to New Mexicans interested […]

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Rep. Rebecca Dow Hosting Economic Development Forum on Saturday, Nov. 4 

   TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, NM – Rep. Rebecca Dow (R-Truth or Consequences) will host an Economic Development Forum for residents in House District 38. The forum will take place at the Albert Lyons Event Center in Truth or Consequences on Saturday, November 4, at 10 A.M.      Officials from the New Mexico Economic Development Department and […]

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NMMI Legislative Scholarship Available For Valencia County Students

Applications for first-round selection due Dec. 30, 2017    SANTA FE, NM – Representatives Gail Armstrong (R-Magdalena), Alonzo Baldonado (R-Los Lunas), and Kelly Fajardo (R-Belen) announced that the New Mexico Military Institute is currently accepting applications for the General Richard T. Knowles Legislative Scholarship program. The scholarship program is open to NMMI cadets and applicants.    The Legislative Scholarship covers NMMI tuition, fees, […]

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Rep. Gail Armstrong Appointed To Rio Grande Trail Commission 

  SANTA FE, NM – Rep. Gail Armstrong (R-Magdalena) has been appointed as a Legislative Advisory Member to the Rio Grande Trail Commission by New Mexico Speaker of the House Brian Egolf.     The Rio Grande Trail Commission was created in 2015 to bring public and private stakeholders together to study and recommend options for establishing a Rio Grande trail running the length of New Mexico […]

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Rep. Rebecca Dow Announces NMMI Accepting Applications For Legislative Scholarship Program 

Applications for first-round selection due Dec. 30   TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, NM – Rep. Rebecca Dow (R-Truth or Consequences) announced that the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) is accepting applications for the General Richard T. Knowles Legislative Scholarship program. The scholarship program is open to NMMI cadets and applicants.    The Legislative Scholarship covers NMMI tuition, fees, and other expenses—a total award of […]

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Albuquerque Rep. David Adkins To Lead Harvey Relief Mission 

   ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Rep. David Adkins (R-Albuquerque) and a 10-person relief team will depart to Houston later this week to assist in Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts. The team of volunteers from New Covenant Church in Albuquerque will deliver donated money and supplies to people affected by the powerful storm.      While in Houston, the team […]

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JTIP Creating Opportunities In New Mexico 

  By Rep. Rebecca Dow (R-District 38)   Deciding when to add new employees can often make or break a small business. While it is exciting to see your business grow, adding new employees can strain the bottom line of any enterprise. Business owners often have to shift resources from other areas of their company to devote time to new hire training, and the onboarding process can lead to […]

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State Representative Sharon Clahchischilliage  Statement on Pete V. Domenici 

  CUDEI, NM—The passing of Pete V. Domenici, who served as United States Senator for New Mexico, closes an era for which the Navajo will remain eternally grateful for his service.    “In 1972, our Navajo leaders approached Domenici, two years after his loss to Bruce King in the New Mexico governor’s race.  Our very own encouraged him to run for the […]

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