After feeling feverish for almost two weeks, and after the flu medicine his doctor prescribed proved ineffective, Española resident Israel Sanchez was given two tests at the Española Hospital: a test for pneumonia and another for COVID-19.
Northern New Mexico leaders are grappling with how to handle the looming economic crisis and are implementing measures to try to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 before health facilities across the state become overwhelmed.
Kit Carson Electric Cooperative is providing free public WiFi access from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the following locations. The SSID is Kit Carson Guest Wi-Fi and the password is Kitc@rson 2020.
At least 65 people tested positive for COVID-19 in New Mexico as of Sunday evening, a little over a week after Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham declared a statewide public health emergency.
At the Fifth Annual Rio Chama Congreso Feb. 29, ranchers and recreationists discussed how participants in the state’s growing recreation industry can best respect land-based communities.
In Alcalde stands a field of solar panels, a 2.5 megawatt array, which, on Feb. 25, began providing power to people in Jemez Mountain Electric Cooperative’s coverage area.
With less than two weeks to go before households begin receiving official mail from the Census bureau, local officials are brainstorming creative ways to encourage everyone to fill out the Census, so that Rio Arriba County does not lose out on crucial federal funding.
Rio Arriba County District 1 Commissioner James Martinez’s plan to pass an anti-abortion proclamation has caused widespread outcry in the County.
Bob Herrera spent 1974 working on then Los Alamos National Laboratory director Harold Agnew’s appliances—and on the director himself, persuading him to allow Herrera’s friends to visit the abandoned site of their former home.