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Rio Arriba County residents who have not received a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for filling out the Census should wait to fill out their form until they receive one.

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Advocates for survivors of domestic violence in New Mexico worry that as the COVID-19 pandemic deepens, Native women facing violence at home are scared to go to shelters, where they may face a higher risk of contracting the virus.

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For the Roller children, visiting their parents in Santa Clara Pueblo has become quite an ordeal, though it is worth all the trouble to make sure they don’t lose their elders.

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As people around the country debate the costs and benefits of lifting shelter-in-place orders and reopening, public health officials in Rio Arriba County maintain that residents need to continue staying home and keeping their distance.

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Española Fitness Studio Owner Tana Beverwyk-Abouda was washing dishes the afternoon of April 8 when a friend texted her and told her to immediately visit the New Mexico Workforce Connections website.