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Hannah Grover


Farmington, NM, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

Environmental groups say EIS is needed about the SJGS carbon capture project's impacts

Nine environmental groups asked the DOE for a multi-agency environmental impact statement on plans to retrofit the San Juan Generating Station. → Read More

FCC is asking people use 10-digit phone numbers even while making calls in New Mexico

New Mexico has phone numbers that include 988 as the telephone prefix, or the three digits following the area code, prompting the change to 10-digits. → Read More

Capital outlay bill includes $19.5 million for infrastructure projects in San Juan County

The capital outlay bill includes funding for projects like the East Blanco Boulevard bridge replacement and repairing Aztec Reservoir 1. → Read More

PNM filing states past investments into power plant were prudent based on available information

An unanswered question regarding past investments into the Four Corners Power Plant led to PNM filing an amended application to transfer ownership. → Read More

Air quality, environmental database and trapping ban among the environment wins this session

The legislative session ends at noon Saturday, March 20. Some of the environment bills introduced this session are now headed to the governor's desk. → Read More

New Mexico native named assistant regional director for BOR's Upper Colorado Region

Katrina Grantz has been named assistant regional director for the Bureau of Reclamation’s Interior Region 7 – Upper Colorado Basin. → Read More

Farmington Fire Chief David Burke emphasizes collaboration as he prepares to retire

David Burke has served at the Farmington Fire Department for more than 23 years and became the fire chief in 2018. → Read More

Are you eligible for a COVID-19 shot and haven't gotten it yet? Kare Drug is offering clinics

The clinic on March 24 will offer the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is a single-dose shot. → Read More

Meetings roundup: In person attendance is once again allowed at County Commission

Tuesday's San Juan County Commission meeting will be the first time in almost a year that the public will have the chance to attend in person. → Read More

Legislative roundup: New Mexico House memorial seeks infrastructure expansion for Native Americans

Local legislators are among the sponsors of a bipartisan house memorial that requests assistance for infrastructure expansion on Navajo Nation. → Read More

NMDOT plans repaving projects for West Murray Drive and U.S. Highway 550

The New Mexico Department of Transportation plans to repave a section of U.S. Highway 550 as well as a portion of West Murray Drive. → Read More

Official frustrated about spending $183K for new paperwork on Aztec's arterial route

The Aztec City Commission approved spending $183,000 to redo some of the expired work that will allow Aztec to send the arterial route out to bid. → Read More

Meetings: Farmington set to appoint alternate municipal judge to fill Standley's seat

Municipal Judge Bill Standley died on Feb. 19 at his home. The Farmington City Council will likely appoint Robert Miller to his position. → Read More

Legislative roundup: Tenant protection bill passes New Mexico House on 42-25 vote

A bill that prevents evictions during a declared emergency passed the House of Representatives and now heads to the Senate. → Read More

PRC to discuss potential impact of storms on the size of utility ratepayers' bills

A winter storm increased costs for some utilities and that could lead to increased utility bills. The Public Regulation Commission plans a hearing. → Read More

Chamber president: Oil and gas leasing, permitting moratoriums could hurt many businesses

The Chamber of Commerce president told the governor a federal moratorium on new fossil fuel leases and permits could destroy Farmington's economy. → Read More

PRC orders PNM to file amended application for Four Corners Power Plant ownership transfer

An order issued Feb. 26 requires PNM to file an amended application to abandon the Four Corners Power Plant, citing deficiencies in the past filing. → Read More

N.M. legislative roundup: COVID-19 relief bills move forward, Gov. signs abortion ban repeal

Several bills addressing the COVID-19 pandemic have made progress this legislative session. The governor signed one into law on Feb. 26 → Read More

Aztec, Northwest New Mexico Council of Governments discuss plans for outdoor rec facility

The Northwest New Mexico Council of Governments presented a proposal for moving forward with a project that the city hopes will diversify its economy → Read More

Could a trail someday link Aztec and Farmington? Regional planning committee is optimistic

The MPO Policy Committee discussed a proposal for a trail system linking Aztec and Farmington along the old railroad right-of-way. → Read More