Jimmy Lucero, a former employee of Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative, allegedly experienced bullying, discrimination and harassment from supervisors and fellow employees while working at the Co-op.
In an act of protest, with hopes of negotiating, five people resigned in November from Tierra Amarilla’s Emergency Medical Services program.
The Rio Arriba County Community Health Council approved a resolution declaring the teacher shortage plaguing districts across New Mexico a public health emergency.
The North Central Solid Waste Authority has increased the number of punches on its punch cards—meaning people can now dump more loads of waste in transfer stations.
When District 2 Rio Arriba County Commissioner Leo Jaramillo was in fourth grade, he began doodling campaign slogans and signs in his notebook during a class lesson about the importance of public service.
In the article “Average Rate: Comparing Electricity Costs Equitably,” the December 2019 Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative Newsletter does not tell the full story about rate comparisons.
Investigative reports and court records have further linked a Rio Arriba County Detention Center guard to her boyfriend Jody Rufino Martinez’s alleged 2018 shooting of Donald Salazar and to a subsequent alleged assault to suppress Salazar’s testimony against Martinez, who is accused of being…
Residents of the Española Valley are demanding accountability and transparency from officials of the Environmental Protection Agency and the New Mexico Environment Department.
About 80 people gathered at the Santa Fe County Adult Correctional Facility Sunday afternoon for a protest and vigil over the Nov. 9 death of Carmela DeVargas in jail custody.