DIFFICULT DRIVING CONDITIONS – KINGSTON AREA
NM 152 from milepost 21 (approximately 5 miles east of San Lorenzo) to milepost 39 (Kingston) is open, roadway may still be icy in areas.
CLOSURE – KINGSTON AREA
NM 152 from milepost 21 (approximately 5 miles east of San Lorenzo) to milepost 39 (Kingston) is CLOSED due to snow packed roadways. Seek alternate route, the NMDOT will continue to monitor.
Difficult Driving Conditions in Mogollon
NM 159 from mile marker 4 to 12, road is snow packed and icy in areas. Please drive with caution, reduce speed and obey all posted traffic signs. Crews are out plowing roadway. This event will be updated as conditions change.
By Mary Alice Murphy
The first item of business at the Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 22, 2019 was the usual Safety Moment. Kelly Rodriguez, interim chief nursing officer, said home visits would be arranged at the office to keep visitors safe.
Three staff members were recognized for their years of service. Mary Ann Aguirre has served 40 years in the Operating Room; Gilbert Jaurique, 25 years in Maintenance; and Veronica Maynes has spent 15 years of service in First Born and Beginning Years.
No one signed up for public input.
Credits Gov. Lujan Grisham’s Support for Advancing the Plan
(Santa Fe, NM) – Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales today announced that a proposed transfer of historic Fort Bayard property to the village of Santa Clara by the State of New Mexico is making strong progress during discussions he facilitated in Santa Fe. Since taking office in January, Morales has initiated a series of high-level meetings between State officials of the administration of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, which controls the Fort Bayard site, and key legislators and representatives of Grant County communities. Reversing years which saw no discernible State interest in cooperating on the annexation and redevelopment plan, Morales credited promising signs of a breakthrough to the support of the new Governor and her cabinet team.
NM 15 mile marker 7 (Pinos Altos) to 43 (Gila Hot Springs), road is lightly snow covered and could be icy in spots. Please drive with caution, reduce speed and obey all posted traffic signs. This event will be updated as conditions change.
Difficult Driving Conditions in Mogollon
NM 159 from mile marker 9 to 12, road is muddy and could be icy in areas. Please drive with caution, reduce speed and obey all posted traffic signs. Crews are out monitoring roadway. This event will be updated as conditions change.
WATER RUNNING – GLENWOOD
NM 174 from mile post 0(Glenwood) to 4 the roadway is running along dips, with debris due to rain and flooding. Seek alternate route if possible, the NMDOT will continue to monitor.
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