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 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.
In a vote that goes against the state’s procurement policy, the Chama Village Council voted unanimously at its Dec. 23 regular council meeting to approve a $500 per day, six-month contract extension to Mountain Pacific Meter Tech Service, to maintain operation of the Village’s water plant.
An attorney for embattled Rio Arriba County Sheriff James Lujan was twice turned away by First Judicial District Judge Bryan Biedscheid when on Dec. 14 Biedscheid denied two motions to suppress evidence filed by Lujan’s lawyer.
The newest Moving Arts Española grant will help provide a new location and activities with the hopes of keeping children engaged through their teenage years.
From a deputy being approached in the CVS parking lot to a search and rescue mission and scattered family members slowly responding to law enforcement calls, a man’s disappearance near Abiquiú remains a mystery.
After her husband died a year ago Monica Marez moved her and her two daughters in with her mother at the Las Lomas apartments. A year later on Nov. 3 her mother died of a stroke.
In order to reduce the jail population in the Rio Arriba County Adult Detention Center, the County has been sending more people home with ankle monitoring bracelets.
New results from a federal investigation into the cause of a massive die-off of migratory birds in early September reveal that nearly all the birds were emaciated in varying severities at the time of death.