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May 24, 2002
p>Washington, D.C.-- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has again authorized federal funds to help New Mexico fight another uncontrolled wildfire burning in the counties of Rio Arriba...
New Mexico
May 7, 2002
Washington, D.C.-- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today authorized federal funds to help New Mexico fight the uncontrolled Dalton fire burning in San Miguel County...
New Mexico
May 1, 2002
Washington, D.C.-- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today again moved swiftly to help New Mexico battle another wildfire outbreak, authorizing the use of federal funds...
New Mexico
March 26, 2002
Washington, DC -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) authorized the use of federal funds to help New Mexico fight the outbreak of uncontrolled wildfires burning in the Ruidoso...
New Mexico
June 4, 2001
Washington, DC -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has made federal funds available to help New Mexico fight the uncontrolled Trap and Skeet Fire burning in the counties of Lincoln and...
New Mexico
August 15, 2000
Santa Fe, NM -- Three months following the major disaster declaration for wildfires that burned across New Mexico from May 5 to June 9, almost $21.5 million in grants and loans have been approved for...
New Mexico
July 5, 2000
Santa Fe, NM -- Victims of May's wildfires in New Mexico have one week left to apply for disaster recovery assistance, according to state and federal officials. Wednesday, July 12 is the deadline...
New Mexico
June 26, 2000
Sante Fe, NM -- The first 43 families will move into temporary mobile homes at the Los Alamos County Fairgrounds in Los Alamos on Tuesday, June 27. For safety reasons, the U.S. Army Corps of...
New Mexico
June 21, 2000
Santa Fe, NM -- State and federal disaster recovery officials advise New Mexico residents who have disaster-related damage to be careful when hiring contractors to repair or rebuild their homes...
New Mexico
June 16, 2000
Washington, DC -- Federal funds have been authorized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help New Mexico battle the uncontrolled La Cueva fire located in Mora County. According to...
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