24 Articles in Cibola News
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Cebola Citizen

by: Hannah Johns

imgWe Encourage You to Choose Catholic Education

Catholic Education is a choice! When I arrive each morning to start my day at St. Joseph Mission School, I am amazed by the commitment each parent has made to drive their child(ren) to and from our school.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Craig Gergen, Reporter

imgLegislative Cibola County Day Corralled This Year

The Cibola Communities Economic Development Foundation normally hosts Cibola County Day in Santa Fe to welcome our four state representatives.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Nmdoh

imgJoin the Little Things Matter Campaign

January is a time to embark on participating in the 'Little Things Matter Campaign'. This campaign reminds us that mental wellbeing is an essential component of 'good' health, and offers these 4 specific things to do in January to support you on your journey: (1) Check Your Own Mental Health: Take an inventory of how you are feeling.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Cibola Citizen Staff

imgHelp Stop the Theft of Newspapers

After an audit of last week’s newspaper sales, the Cibola Citizen was able to determine that, on average, over $350 worth of newspapers are stolen from our machines every week.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Faith Mosley, Reporter

imgFeeding Cibola’s Hungry

Despite the fact that the COVID public health emergency is expected to officially end in April of this year, the government announced that the COVID Emergency increase in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program commonly known as SNAP will come to an end in March of 2023.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: News Staff

imgDonn Webb, Cruzzin Cibola

When I was young, I thought I could handle anything. Needless to say, that didn’t work. Many bumps in the road have since passed.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Craig Gergen

imgCivics Potpourri

The advancement of technologically has heavily influenced how society now functions. With a push of a button, we can take pictures, record videos, look for information, play music, watch movies, and so much more - regardless of where we are.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Press Release

imgCibola Students encouraged to take part in Civics Bee

The Annual Competition will take Place in States Across America to Elevate Civics as a National Priority The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation announced the launch of the 2023 National Civics Bee, a national competition designed to inspire young Americans to become better informed about American democracy, to engage respectfully and constructively in the community, and to build greater trust in others and institutions.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Diego Lopez, Reporter

imgCibola Drought Monitor – January Update

After significant precipitation, parts of Cibola County are no longer classified as being in drought. Despite this, however, the United States Department of Agriculture still considers Cibola to be an area that is in drought, and they expect the drought to persist through the year, especially in the northeast of the county.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

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Cebola Citizen

by: Andrew Langer

imgA Big Tech Legislative Putsch Against Innovators

Lawmakers are billing bipartisan legislation recently introduced on Capitol Hill as a compromise peace agreement in the ongoing policy war between startup innovators and Big Tech behemoths.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

img New Mexico lawmakers advance bill to fund local climate change response

The bill would require New Mexico adopt a statewide plan to address climate change and take preventative measures for the impacts of extreme weather.


Published: Wednesday January 25 2023

img Oil and gas companies moving into Permian Basin in $100M string of deals

The Permian Basin was forecast to produce about 5.65 barrels of oil a day (bpd)in February, growing by 30,000 bpd from January.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

img 'Local control' of renewable energy pushed in New Mexico Senate bill

The bill would authorize city, county or Indigenous governments to purchase or generate renewable energy for sale to constituents.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Alamagordo Daily News

by: Submitted to the Alamogordo Daily News

img Mirhonda Good a candidate for U.S. Presidential Scholarship

The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964 by Executive Order of the President to recognize some of our nation’s most distinguished graduating seniors.


Published: Sunday January 22 2023

img How did pro-oil candidates fare in New Mexico's 2022 elections?

In New Mexico, 89 percent of voters polled said conservation issues were important, and 79 percent said they would directly influence who they voted for.


Published: Sunday January 22 2023

img US border authorities roll out updated pursuit policy

U.S. border authorities announced changes to their policy for pursuing smugglers and other crime suspects.


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img The Reporter's Notebook Podcast, Ep. 51: Migratory Birds are Dying

This week, we’re talking to NMSU professors Martha Desmond and Tim Wright about the recent deaths of migratory birds — and what can be done about it.


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img Permian Basin production expected to grow, industry curbs impacts

New Mexico added three oil and gas drilling rigs in the last week for a total of 103 rigs as of Jan. 13, records show.


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img Otero County Commission rejects bid from CSG to run detention center

The evaluation committee recommended the commission not approve the bid.


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img New Mexico debates impacts of proposed federal oil and gas reforms

Industry leaders in New Mexico argued ongoing efforts to reform federal oil and gas regulations could impede fossil fuel development.


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Alamagordo Daily News

by: Kiwanis Club

img Kiwanis Club BUG students named

Bring Up Grades, or BUG, is a program designed to provide recognition to students who raise their grades from one grading period to the next.


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Alamagordo Daily News

by: Rio Yamat

img Ex-GOP candidate arrested in shootings at lawmakers' homes

Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina describes Pena as the "mastermind" of what he says appears to be a politically motivated conspiracy.


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img Energy and environmental takeaways from 2023 Mexico State of the State

The speech marked the opening of the 60-day Legislative Session, intended to focus on policy initiatives lawmakers will consider for the coming years.


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img Energy and environment bills to watch in the New Mexico Legislature

Here’s a look at energy and environment bills to watch or look out for at the start of the 2023 Legislative Session.


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