Española Police Department Officers Monica Salazar and Adam Moya on Jan. 5 responded to a “man down” call at Cooks Trailer Court and found a man later identified as Victor Romero, 58, of Cordova lying on the street in front of space number 87.
The City of Española paid $143,056.73 in 2020 to Lee-Sure Pools of Albuquerque for various improvements on the Ranchitos Pool for work which was completed in late spring of 2020.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been changing the lives of the human population of the Espanola Valley, an outbreak of canine parvovirus has been observed at the Espanola Humane Society.
The City of Española Public Safety Committee during its Jan. 6 meeting moved for the full city council to accept a $10,789.20 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to reimburse the police department for body armor purchases in 2020.
A Dec. 19 E-911 call regarding a vehicle with its motor running near Holy Cross Church resulted in an Espanola Police Department officer finding Saul Martinez dead inside the car, the victim of a shooting.
The Española City Council at its Dec. 8 meeting accepted a $500,000 grant from the state Department of Transportation to install new LED streetlights citywide.
The Northern New Mexico Regional Art Center is no longer pursuing legal action against former executive director John Werenko, who was accused of embezzling around $100,000 from the organization in late 2017.
An El Llano family’s Thanksgiving celebration was violently interrupted when Fabian Garcia, 30, allegedly crashed his truck into the family’s front yard.