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    The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG) is now accepting nominations for the 2021 William S. Dixon First Amendment Freedom Award – given to those who believe in government transparency at the state or local level – and who have made significant contributions to casting sunshi…

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   The City of Española will host a fireworks display July 17 at Plaza de Española. This display will be paid for by the city’s lodger’s tax. This tax is paid for by hotels located within Española. However, it does not include hotels operated by the surrounding Pueblos.

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Crews worked Tuesday to demolish the old Española Valley High School sign. The sign was constructed almost 15 years ago and was shot Aug. 12, 2012. It was shipped to Sarasota, Fla. to be repaired, but has not worked correctly since, Superintendent Fred Trujillo said at an April 15 board meet…

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    Mesirow, an investment company based in Chicago, presented at the City of Española Finance Committee’s regular June 29 meeting to talk about city investments. The presentation was given by Mesirow Financial Investment Manager Eric Lujan, along with Managing Director of Mesirow Jim Kilban…

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    Resolutions to accept awards to improve North McCurdy Road, Fairview Extension, Camino Miramontes, and other roads owned by the City of Española were presented at the City Council’s regular meeting on June 22 by Grants Manager Diahann Jacquez.

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Gary Calkins donates blood at the Rio Grande SUN blood drive June 18 in the parking lot. “I think it’s a way to give back really, and I know that there are people who need it,” Calkins said. The blood drive collected 27 units from 24 donors, well above the organizers' goals.