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Española Police Capture A Top-10 DWI Fugitive

by Carol Clark / May 19, 2017 / comments

Raven Swamp Crowned 2017 Miss Indian World

by Carol Clark / May 01, 2017 / comments

Bears Are Back!

by Carol Clark / Apr 16, 2017 / comments

MVD Announces Creation Of ‘Chile Capital Of The World’ License Plate

by Carol Clark / Apr 11, 2017 / comments

More Than 100 Students Receive Scholarships From Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund

by Carol Clark / Apr 09, 2017 / comments

More Than 100 Students Receive Scholarships From Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund

ESPAÑOLA—Charlyna Gonzales of Peñasco High School, Khaled Khweis of Taos High School and Wilbur Wang of Los Alamos High School are recipients of the 2017 Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund top-level Gold Scholarships.
Click to read more and for a full list of local winners of over $600,000 in scholarships.

Local Athletes Shine At KofC State Free Throw Contest

by Carol Clark / Mar 30, 2017 / comments

House Passes Ban On Conversion Therapy

by Carol Clark / Mar 16, 2017 / comments

House Passes Ban On Conversion Therapy

Submitted by Carol A. Clark 

SANTA FE – The New Mexico House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 121 Wednesday evening, a bill that would ban so-called conversion therapy for individuals under 18 years of age.

The Power Of Prayer…

by Carol Clark / Feb 23, 2017 / comments
Fr. Scott McKee survives a near death experience. Courtesy photo

The Power Of Prayer…

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Today It's Presidents Day

by Carol Clark / Feb 20, 2017 / comments

Today It's Presidents Day

Submitted by Carol A. Clark 
Today is Presidents’ Day, an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it is still officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government.

Camel Rock Has Lost Its Mouth

by Carol Clark / Feb 12, 2017 / comments
A permanently altered Camel Rock has lost its mouth. Photo by Kateri Morris

Camel Rock Has Lost Its Mouth

Submitted by Carol A. Clark 

Camel Rock, the iconic rock formation south of Tesuque has been permanently changed when the “mouth” section fell off recently.

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