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  • CyberCon

    CyberCon 2019 will be held March 27 (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) and March 28 (9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.), at San Juan College in the Henderson Fine Arts Center. Business and Industry Professionals Day will be on March 27 and Youth Day is scheduled for March 28. The event is sponsored by San Juan College’s Center for Workforce Development. CyberCon 2019 is free but participants must register online in advance as seating is limited.

    at San Juan College Henderson Fine Arts Center
  • Marketing Plan

    What's your Plan? When is the best time to market your business? Do you wait until your store or calendar is empty? Don't wait--PLAN! Small business marketing can be a huge challenge but effective planning will help you tame the marketing monster. Join us for a dive into planning your marketing system to be effective and cost efficient: * Tools for planning *Understanding your market *Consider the cost *Taking advantage of low cost marketing moves

    at San Juan College Quality Center For Business
  • New Markets Tax Credity and Opprtunity Zones

    Please join the New Mexico Finance Authority, and the Valued Advisor Fund to learn how to access the New Markets Tax Credits and Opportunity Zones programs for your qualified business or real estate development. These unique incentives can help developers and business owners gain access to a low-cost source of capital to solve a portion of their capital needs while creating significant community and economic impact in distressed areas. Register today: Email

    at San Juan College Quality Center For Business

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  • Update: Largo Canyon Bridge Re-Opened

    Please follow normal use restrictions posted at the bridge. The bridge has a 10-ton limit, is height limited, and should not be used when water is flowing.

  • EPA: No Major Water Impacts Expected from Temp. Shutdown

    During the temporary closure of the IWTP, the additional metals loading into the Animas River was not significantly different from conditions that existed prior to the initiation of treatment of the Gold King Mine discharge when the plant was constructed in 2015. At this time, EPA expects no impacts to downstream drinking water or agricultural users associated with the short-term shutdown of the plant. Any impacts will be localized in nature and will be largely limited to aquatic life in the Animas River Canyon south of Silverton.

  • Treatment Facility Loses Power for 24+ Hours

    The U.S. Geological Survey is mobilizing a sampling team that will collect water and sediment samples at multiple points in New Mexico along the Animas and San Juan rivers. Affected communities have been notified of the failure of the treatment facility and have been advised to take protective measures, such as shutting off intake points for drinking water systems. Residents relying on the San Juan and Animas rivers for potable or agricultural purposes should take appropriate precautions.