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WATCH: New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales helps rescue man from rolled truck; realizes it’s his friend

TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, New Mexico -- Lt. Governor Howie Morales was driving from Doña Ana county to Las Vegas, NM Friday to present a commencement speech for New Mexico Highlands University's graduation. As he was coming up over a hill just south of Truth or Consequences, he saw a white truck roll over. "It was The post WATCH: New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales helps rescue man from rolled truck; realizes it’s his friend appeared first on KVIA.
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American Federation Of Teachers New Mexico Endorses Re-Election Of Gov. Lujan Grisham & Lt. Gov. Howie Morales

ALBUQUERQUE — American Federation of Teachers (AFT) New Mexico President Whitney Holland, AFT New Mexico Executive Vice President Kathy Chavez, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, and Lt. Gov. Howie Morales released the following statements:. Holland and Chavez said, “AFT New Mexico’s Executive Council has unanimously endorsed Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham...
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New Mexico Lt. Gov. Howie Morales receives flu shot

New Mexico Lt. Gov. Howie Morales received his flu vaccine on Oct. 29 at the Grant County Public Health Office in Silver City, NM. Morales told the Headlight it is more important than ever to get a flu shot, because COVID-19 and its repercussions that continue to strain our healthcare system and staff. "Please go get a flu shot. And if you haven’t already, schedule your COVID vaccine, too, at http://VaccineNM.org. Thank you to all the New Mexico Department of Health staff and employees working so hard to keep New Mexico safe – we are very grateful to you." This article originally appeared on Deming Headlight: New Mexico Lt. Gov. Howie Morales receives flu shot
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Lt. Gov. Howie Morales: New Mexico Social Studies Standards

Our state is on the verge of a long overdue update to our schools’ social studies standards, and it has some New Mexicans needlessly worried. The proposed new standards are posted on the (New Mexico) Public Education Department website for public comment through Nov. 12, and more than 500 people have already had their say. One theme comes through loud and clear: Fear.
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