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Lorenzo Sanchez, the Taos County Deputy charged after an alleged domestic violence incident Jan. 21 in Velarde, will be heading to district court to face... [Read More]
While a bill to create a statewide Rural Library Endowment is headed to Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham's desk for her signature, the appropriation to start... [Read More]
The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of... [Read More]
The Española Police Department terminated Det. Manuel Romero last week following an internal affairs investigation into alleged policy violations. [Read More]
The Española City Police Department has never been long on following its own policies. Every iteration of command structure enters touting high expectations, an overhaul... [Read More]
Tests of Española's drinking water taken every four months show the concentration of dangerous nitrates steadily increased between 2015 and 2018. [Read More]
I am pleased to learn Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed Porter Swentzell, of Santa Clara, as a Northern New Mexico College regent. As a former... [Read More]
Those profiting off our disastrous health care system continue to push patchwork bills and incremental change. But we don't need more Band-Aids. We want real... [Read More]
Instead of focusing on what he was not able to accomplish during his first legislative session, District 40 Rep. Joseph Sanchez, D-Alcalde, said he is... [Read More]
The Rio Arriba County Commission held its first work session to discuss the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year budget Monday with Finance Department Director Christine Montaño and... [Read More]
New Mexico House District 41 Rep. Susan Herrera, D-Embudo, said she foresees a "Rio Arriba Renaissance" following the 2019 legislative session, which saw a $1... [Read More]
A crash between two Española Police Department officers was investigated by a third officer, although according to Española Police Department directives, accidents involving police vehicles... [Read More]
It was nothing short of a classic in the Class 5A big-school boys championship game. [Read More]
Given she's just a sophomore, Pecos High School's Trinity Herrera is still soft-spoken, however, her game did all the talking for her in the Class... [Read More]
The saying is "live or die by the 3." [Read More]
Santa Fe Indian's Hunter Garcia challenges Robertson's Alianza Darley (right) at the rim during the Lady Cardinals' 62-46 win over the Lady Braves in the... [Read More]
Kirtland Central's Tatelyn Manheimer approaches the basket for a layup during the Lady Broncos' 55-23 win over the Lady Sundevils in the Class 4A semifinals... [Read More]
Unfortunate students of the class of 2022 got hit Sept. 6 with a whole new set of graduation requirements from the New Mexico Public Education... [Read More]
Candidates in the upcoming General Election turned in their latest campaign finance reports Sept. 10 to the New Mexico Secretary of State's Office. [Read More]
Contamination covers about 60 acres... [Read More]
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