The first COVID-19 related death in Rio Arriba County occurred Thursday (5/28) evening.
The Rio Arriba County Health and Human Services Department was able to quickly respond to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic because of infrastructure the County relied on to combat the opioid epidemic.
Voters in the June 2 Democratic primary will have a choice between newcomer Leo Jaramillo and the incumbent Sen. Richard Martinez, D-Española, for the District 5 State Senate Seat.
Of the seven Democratic candidates in the race for the U.S. Third Congressional District seat, former CIA officer Valerie Plame and Santa Fe-based lawyer Teresa Leger Fernandez have received the most attention.
Pojoaque Pueblo is operating a self-quarantine and isolation site for COVID-19 patients at the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder in Pojoaque for tribal members of seven tribes throughout the state including members of the Navajo Nation, according to Pojoaque Pueblo Gov. Joseph Talachy.
Advocates for survivors of domestic violence in New Mexico worry that as the COVID-19 pandemic deepens, Native women facing violence at home are scared to go to shelters, where they may face a higher risk of contracting the virus.
For the Roller children, visiting their parents in Santa Clara Pueblo has become quite an ordeal, though it is worth all the trouble to make sure they don’t lose their elders.