The late Mrs. Esperanza Gonzales, like many of her generation, was a strong leader with a si se puede (can-do) and you can too attitude.
Antonio DeVargas and Susan Schmitt presented to the Santa Fe County Manager’s office March 25 their petition for a grand jury inquiry into deaths at the Santa Fe County Jail. Each has a child that died in the jail.
A bill co-sponsored by state Rep. Roger Montoya, D-Velarde, and Rep. Gail Chasey, D-Albuquerque, which would eliminate some fines and court fees for youths charged with minor crimes, passed both chambers of the state Legislature unanimously. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday signed th…
After a chaotic online convention Sunday evening, Democratic Party of Rio Arriba’s members are challenging the election of Rio Arriba County officers.
Mortgage Finance Authority has started round three of the COVID-19 housing cost assistance program, providing up to $1,500 a month for three months to eligible mortgage payers or renters.
Former Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative employee Teresa Chavez filed suit March 12 against the Co-op as well as former board member John Tapia for sexual discrimination. She was fired Feb. 8, 2021.
In a three to one vote, the Chama Village Council voted to sign a purchase power agreement, subject to public approval, with Clear Energy Solar New Mexico for construction and operation of a 196 kWh solar farm at the village wastewater plant. The 20-year contract has a set price of .074 …
There’s been zero spread of COVID-19 at the Rio Arriba County Adult Detention Center in Tierra Amarilla, according to the New Mexico Department of Health