The North Central Regional Transit District’s RTD "Blue Buses" will not be in operation on Thursday and Friday, November 28 and 29 in recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Due to the enormous popularity of the Jemez Historic Site’s breath-taking and beloved annual holiday event, Light Among the Ruins has been expanded to two nights: Saturday Nov. 30 and Dec. 14.
Congressman Ben Ray Luján, the U.S. House Assistant Speaker, introduced bipartisan legislation to support primary care providers and improve health care in underserved and rural communities.
Each week the Valley Daily Post features a few pets that are ready for adoption at the Española Valley Humane Society. Take a look at this week’s highlighted pets and then drop by the shelter to see the whole selection.
Precipitation chances increase again. Snow levels will fall to around 6500 feet, allowing for slick road conditions along the Continental Divide and in the northern high terrain. Allow extra time tor each your destination today! Courtesy of the NWS.
Northern New Mexico College’s literary Journal “Trickster” is now seeking submissions for its upcoming 2020 issue.
Capture a bit of holiday magic this season at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, where a full roster of celebratory events is planned in December.
In order to accommodate the interests of sponsoring groups, the New Mexico History Museum has rescheduled two popular holiday events: the annual commemoration of Las Posadas on the Santa Fe Plaza, and the Young Native American Artists Show and Sale.
November 15th is America Recycles Day. Recycling our plastic water bottles and unwanted mail is a small, simple way each of us can reduce waste and protect our planet for future generations.
Peñasco entered the championships on a roll after knocking off previously-unbeaten Coronado High School 25-23, 25-22, 22-25, 25-7 in the District 5-2A championship game Nov. 7 at Coronado. The victory likely earned the Lady Panthers their ninth-seed in the Class 2A state volleyball tournament.
“It was a wonderful season,” Dulce Coach Kathleen Salazar-Valdez said. ”It had to come to an end. We just couldn’t get nothing going.”
The Museum of International Folk Art will be one of the first museums to present a large-scale yokai-centered exhibition in the United States. Information on the public opening and associated programming included below.