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The Cobre School District has announced that Cafeteria Lunch/Breakfast will be offered during remote learn this week, through Thursday the 18th. The meals will be distributed from 11:00 A.M. to 12 noon for pickup only and all individuals must be masked and remain in their vehicles. Pickup locations are as follows: Central Elementary at the drop off gate; in front of Snell Middle School for students attending Bayard Elementary, Snell and Cobre High students; San Lorenzo Elementary in front of the school and deliver of meals to all bus stops; Hurley Elementary in front of the school; and students living in North Hurley will have meals delivered to all bus stops.
The New Mexico Department of Health has announced that eligibility for the COVID-19 booster shots has been expanded to include individuals ages 18 and and up. New Mexicans are urged to make arrangements to receive their booster shot immediately by scheduling and appointment online at VaccineNM.org.
Last Friday, a “Recommended Decision” was issued accepting PNM’s plan to exit coal seven years early to transition to clean energy and move towards goals of The Energy Transition Act, New Mexico’s landmark energy policy statute. In addition, along with the customer and environmental benefits, the now recommended plan includes economic development funds of $16.5 million to the Four Corner’s communities, including Navajo National neighbors. The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission must still decide on the final outcome.
Grant County residents can pitch in for the next Pick It Up Toss No Mas Community Trash Cleanup this Saturday November 20th from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Volunteers are asked to meet at the parking lot at Gough Park in Silver City at 9:00 A.M. to pick up their free t-shirt, trash bags, gloves, and snacks. More information and registration at silvercitywatershedkeepers.org
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