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  •  The smoke plume over the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire grew Tuesday amid winds and hot, dry weather increasing the fire's activity.
    Megan Kamerick
    The U.S. Forest Service scheduled two prescribed burns last week in the southwest part of the state despite a red flag warning issued by the National Weather Service. Ultimately the agency burned the day before, but not the day of the warning. However, officials also said a new state law does not apply to the federal agency.
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    Governor Lujan Grisham recently signed an executive order to create the Office of Special Education, which is the first of its kind in New Mexico. A special education advocate spoke more about what gaps currently exist and how this office should work to bridge them.