New Mexico Game & Fish: Conservation Officers Graduate From Law Enforcement Academy

first_imgNMG&F News:SANTA FE ― Three New Mexico Department of Game & Fish conservation officers graduated June 14 from the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy in Farmington.The department’s graduates of the 20-week law enforcement training academy:Kayla Brauer;Travis Bessett; andMontana Tidwell.Notably, Brauer earned the title of class valedictorian and the exemplary performance award in a class of 30.In addition to attending the law enforcement academy, conservation officers undergo four weeks of departmental training in wildlife laws and department policies and procedures. They also undergo a year of on-the-job training under the supervision of a field training officer before being assigned to a district.For more information about a career as a conservation officer with the Department of Game & Fish, visit the department website. New Mexico Department of Game & Fish conservation officer graduates Kayla Brauer, Travis Bessett and Montana Tidwell. Courtesy/NMG&Flast_img read more

Kenai to Consider Pot Cultivation and Store on Spur Highway

first_imgThe City’s Administration is recommending the Commission deny the application, because the property is too close to the Kenai Skate Park and baseball/softball fields. The application for the business, titled ‘Majestic Gardens,’ was submitted by Ronald and Deniece Isaacs. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Tonight the Kenai Planning and Zoning Commission will consider an application for a new marijuana cultivation and retail facility, located in the same strip mall as Green Rush Events. The City is still working through the legal process of closing Green Rush Events, which they believe is in violation of City Code.center_img Modigh: “The Commission is considering PZ16-17, which is an application for a conditional use permit to operate an approximately 480 sq ft retail marijuana store and approximately 498 sq ft marijuana cultivation facility.” City Clerk Sandra Modigh…last_img read more

FIT ROBINS on a mission

first_imgEach week the group record the number of steps they have each completed. In just two weeks the group have already logged a staggering 1,031,709, – the equivalent of walking 486.2 miles.The group have so far walked the equivalent distance of Ashton Gate to 14 other championship grounds and hope to have walked to every championship ground in the UK by next week.FIT ROBINS lead coach Lee Gillett commented, “With the current restrictions on movement it is quite tempting to become less active and allow your physical wellbeing to decline and this in turn often has a negative impact on your mental wellbeing.“Introducing challenges and targets like this provide a motivation and it’s great to see how much our FIT ROBINS have bought into this challenge.”last_img