For its 20th year, Noel Night is celebrating all day long with specials, sales and more. Earn rewards this season by shopping local through the Business Improvement District’s Holiday Rewards Program. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recognized San Juan Basin Public Health for the work it’s done to make healthcare more accessible to women in the community through its Women’s Health Clinic. You are watching the Local News Roundup, brought to you by the law firms of Downs, McDonough, Cowan & Foley, and Serious Texas Barbecue. I’m Hannah Robertson. San Juan Basin Public Health’s Women’s Health Clinic received recognition from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for its work helping Hispanic women from low income backgrounds access healthcare. The Women’s Health Clinic noticed that Hispanic women often had a very difficult time accessing basic healthcare due to transportation, language barriers, financial barriers, and more. By partnering with local organizations and hosting regular online meetings where people could learn about what kind of resources were available to them, San Juan Basin Public Health was able to build a foundation of resources, trust, and people to assist women in the community to access basic and lifesaving healthcare. To learn more about San Juan Basin Public Health and the services it offers to the community, visit sjbpublichealth.org. 20 years ago, Noel Night was started to encourage people to shop local for the holidays. Now a beloved tradition, Noel Night will celebrate all day Friday, December 2nd, with discounts and specials at up to 100 local retail businesses. Keep your dollars local and come join the fun at participating businesses. If you are local business and want to be involved in Noel Night activities, sign up at local-first.com/noelnight-businesses. The Business Improvement District’s Holiday Rewards Local Shopping Incentive Program is returning this year. Beginning November 25th, save any receipts from participating businesses over $25 for a chance to win a gift card to a local business. Rewards tiers are $100, $300 and $500. Save and photograph receipts from participating businesses to submit for a chance to win. Multiple receipts can be used to make up the reward tier amount. Rewards are first come, first serve and limited. The program begins Friday, November 25th, and will end when all rewards have been claimed. Find more information and the list of participating businesses at downtowndurango.org/holidayrewards. That’s it for this week’s Local News Roundup. I’m Hannah Robertson.