Chama Community radio is set to air again under new ownership.
Rio Arriba County officials said they will sign a sole source contract to New Mexico Gas Company Inc. for the installation of 29,600 feet of natural gas mainline in Tierra Amarilla.
A jury deliberated felony charges against former Rio Arriba County sheriff James Lujan for harboring a felon and intimidating a witness. This was the second time a jury considered the charges but this time, jurors returned with a verdict.
Rio Arriba County Sheriff William “Billy” Merrifield was appointed to the position Monday evening by Rio Arriba county commissioners, replacing former sheriff James Lujan.
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Commission Board members appointed interim president Scott Gibbs as President of the organization.
The Citizens Redistricting Committee has selected the maps that it will forward to an analyst to check against partisan data before being submitted to the legislature for its decision.
The Rio Arribba County Commission held a hearing during its Sept. 26 meeting to determine if Café Sierra Negra owner Melodie Milhoan could obtain a beer and wine license for her cafe.
David Dear and his defense attorney, Thomas Clark, pleaded no contest to Dear’s charges of possession of child porn Oct. 7 to Judge Jason Lidyard in Tierra Amarilla. Dear was sentenced to 10 years, reduced to one year with time served, meaning he had six days remaining on electronic monitoring.
David Dear, Ohkay Owingeh, pleaded no contest in First Judicial Dsitrict Court Oct. 7 to charges of felony possession of child porn.
The Alcalde/Velarde Firewise Community was awarded a community service award by the Rio Arriba County Commission during its Sept. 28 meeting.
A caravan of four-wheelers drove down County Road 111 Aug. 27 in Cañon Plaza north of Vallecitos.
Jeanne Alvarez, Medical Director of Las Clinicas Del Norte, in El Rito, was named the 2021 Medical Provider of the Year by the New Mexico Primary Care Association, during its Sept. 16 award ceremony.
In the Rio Arriba County annex in Tierra Amarilla exists the environmentally-controlled County archives.
U.S. Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez met with local acequia leaders Aug. 31 while touring the ditch systems around Abiquiú.