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AG & Police Raids Homes of County Commissioner & Others Friday Morning

Staff Report

Early Friday morning a few valley neighborhoods were woken up by a surprise visit from the investigators from the Attorney General’s office and State Police. Multiple sources, which asked to remain confidential, confirm that these law enforcement agencies raided the homes of County...

Over the past six years 129,000 previously uninsured people across New Mexico have taken advantage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to secure health insurance for themselves and their families.  

Whether it’s a one-on-one interview, an on-air radio interview on KDCE or listening to what parents and students at the Española Public Schools (EPS) are suggesting to improve schools, District 3 Española School Board Candidate Pat Chavez’s message is crystal clear.

Legislature Wrap Up Interview With Representative Nick Salazar

by Editor / Apr 16, 2015 / comments

Santuario Pilgrims: Stories From The Road

by Staff Reporter / Apr 03, 2015 / comments

Santuario Pilgrims: Stories From The Road

CHIMAYO - As has been done for decades, the walkers are on the road again to the Santuario de Chimayo. Northern New Mexico residents are familiar with the Easter week tradition when over 10 thousand pilgrims will walk to the Santuario chapel in Chimayo.

Capital Outlay Bill Dies As Legislature Adjourns: Bill Failure Costs Valley $3.5 Million

by Editor / Mar 22, 2015 / comments

Capital Outlay Bill Dies As Legislature Adjourns

  • Bill Failure Costs Valley $3.5 Million 

An unanticipated conflict kills the capital outlay bill funding many local projects. Read on to learn how this conflict arose and what impact it will have on local communties.