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Sixth Annual Easter egg Hunt Saturday, March 28

by Staff Reporter / Mar 27, 2015 / comments

Sixth Annual Easter egg Hunt Saturday, March 28

 

Española - Both the City, the County and several local businesses and organizations have come together to hosts the community's sixth annual “Easter egg Hunt” Saturday, March 28. Events begin at 9 a.m. at Valdez Park in Española, and the egg hunt starts promptly at 10 a.m. Events will continue throughout the day until around 3 p.m.

Report Released On Cause of Breached Drum at WIPP

by Staff Reporter / Mar 27, 2015 / comments

Technical Assessment Team Report Released On Cause of Breached Drum at WIPP

 

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County Commission Votes on Family Dollar Heading to Abiquiu

by Staff Reporter / Mar 27, 2015 / comments

Image above depicts proposed Family Dollar appearance.Courtesy of David Fant

County Commission Votes on Family Dollar Heading to Abiquiu

 

ESPANOLA - It appears that a family dollar is heading for Abiquiu. On Thursday the Rio Arriba County Commission held a license hearing for Triple C Development Inc., a developer for Family Dollar stores.

Governor Orders Flags Flown At Half-Staff Friday For Navajo Nation police officer Alex Yazzie

by Staff Reporter / Mar 27, 2015 / comments

Governor Orders Flags Flown At Half-Staff Friday For Navajo Nation police officer Alex Yazzie

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Resource Center Gives Veterans a Hand Up

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2015 / comments

Caption: Veteran Ron Gallegos presents Northern President Nancy "Rusty" Barceló with a New Mexico Flag that has been flown in Iraq and Washington D.C. during the inauguration ceremony for the University's Veterans Resource Center.

 

Udall, Heinrich, and Others Introduce Bill to Promote Historic Preservation Education at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2015 / comments

Udall, Heinrich, and Others Introduce Bill to Promote Historic Preservation Education at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

 

“New Mexico is My Home” Exhibit Opens Friday in Taos

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2015 / comments

Image above of Comb Morion helmet, probably Spanish or Italian, 16-17th centuries of the type worn by the Spanish conquistadores. On loan from a private collection to the Millicent

 

“New Mexico is My Home” Exhibit Opens Friday in Taos

 

Moving Arts Española Partnership With TSAY Corporation Creates New Performance Center

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2015 / comments

Moving Arts Partnership With TSAY Corporation of Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo Benefits Española Valley Children. Read on to learn more

City Honors First Responders Who Stopped the “Welcome Back” Fire

by Staff Reporter / Mar 25, 2015 / comments

City Honors First Responders Who Stopped the “Welcome Back” Fire

Udall Warns Consumers About Scam Targeting Taxpayers

by Staff Reporter / Mar 24, 2015 / comments

Udall Warns Consumers About Scam Targeting Taxpayers

 

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall warned consumers about a phone scam targeting thousands of taxpayers in New Mexico and throughout the country, and encouraged taxpayers to exercise caution when providing personal information solicited over the phone or online. 

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