Harding County, NM

Harding County, NMQuay County Sun

Court affirms contempt decision

The New Mexico Supreme Court on Thursday affirmed a judge’s decision to hold the state Department of Taxation and Revenue in contempt for failing to comply with an order in 2015 concerning a property tax dispute over two high-voltage electrical transmission lines in Harding County. In a unanimous decision, the...
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Seven New Mexico counties reach yellow status; Harding County stays green

Seven of New Mexico’s 33 counties will operate in the yellow category for the next two weeks under the state’s tiered and color-coded system to determine the level of risk of COVID-19, the Governor’s Office announced Wednesday. Harding County, the state’s least populous with an estimated 441 residents, will stay...
Harding County, NMSantafe New Mexican.com

New Mexico tax agency held in contempt by state Supreme Court

The New Mexico Supreme Court on Thursday affirmed a judge’s decision to hold the state Department of Taxation and Revenue in contempt of court for failing to comply with an order concerning a tax dispute over two high-voltage electrical transmission lines in Harding County, according to a news release from the Administrative Office of the Courts.
Quay County, NMQuay County Sun

Nearby county goes green

Quay County didn’t go into the coveted green zone for coronavirus risk, but one of its neighbors did. On Wednesday, Harding County officially landed in the green zone by meeting the benchmarks for per-capita daily rates and test positivity rates for COVID-19 from Dec. 29 to Jan. 13. That sparsely populated county saw no cases during that time period.
Union County, NMSantafe New Mexican.com

Harding County improves to green status; Union County reaches yellow

All but two of New Mexico's 33 counties will remain in the highest level of public health restrictions for the next two weeks under the state's tiered and color-coded system to determine the level of risk of COVID-19. Harding County, the state's least populous with an estimated 441 residents, has reached green status, and Union County, a thinly populated jurisdiction in the northeastern corner of the state, is in the yellow category, state officials announced Wednesday.
Quay County, NMQuay County Sun

Harding County in green zone; Quay backslides

Quay County didn’t go into the coveted green zone for coronavirus risk, but one of its neighbors did. Harding County landed in the green zone by meeting the benchmarks for per-capita daily rates and test positivity rates for COVID-19 in the period from Dec. 29 to Jan. 13. That sparsely populated county saw no cases during that time period.