The Española Valley’s beloved lowrider culture clashed with emergency state health orders to prevent the spread of COVID-19 this past weekend.
The Española Firefighter’s Union is again selling t-shirts to benefit a cancer patient this October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Union president John Wickersham spoke about the fundraiser and who will benefit.
MaryLue Irving, 7, pulls her sister MaRiley Irving, 5, through the Valley View United Methodist Church pumpkin patch Wednesday. The two attend Pojoaque Elementary School. The money raised through the pumpkin patch is used to buy food for children who depend on the school districts to feed th…
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 what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.
About a dozen FBI representatives trekked north to the Española Police Department Oct. 9 to present an award to Police Chief Roger Jimenez for the Department’s abundant work that led to the Aug. 5 apprehension of Larry Pusateri (aka Luis Archuleta and Ramon Montoya) in August.
The North Central Regional Transit District’s Board of Directors dealt with several minor matters of business in what was otherwise an uneventful meeting on Oct. 2.
A little less than 100 years ago, Henry Ford’s first Model T pick-up truck was fresh off the line. Mary Wheelwright was the owner of the hacienda at Los Luceros, built on the site of the ancient Tewa pueblo Phioge, and the 1,000 apple trees on the property were producing bumper crops. The…
The Española Hospital held a drive through flu-shot clinic Sept. 26. Health workers prepare a patient for a flu shot at the clinic. Española Hospital Chief executive Brenda Romero said 554 people were vaccinated.