40 Articles in Northern News
Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer A. Garcia

Blues, Meth and $200 in Exchange for Dry Clothes and a Place to Stay

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-03-27T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:50

Pets of the Week 3/28/24

If Gia was a horse, we would call her unusual color “liver chestnut,” and this gorgeous gal is leggy and regal as a thoroughbred! Gia sits like a lady for treats and has excellent leash manners — she will make a great dog for any family but would...


Published: 2024-03-27T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:49

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Alleged Serial Shoplifter Strikes Again

An alleged serial shoplifter was arrested on March 6 after he again allegedly tried to shoplift — this time from Lowe’s Home Improvement.


Published: 2024-03-27T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:48

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Richard L. Connor Publisher

Domenici Hopes to Unseat Heinrich

Unassuming, dressed in sweatpants and wearing white running shoes, early, just past 7 a.m., and looking for that first cup of coffee from Artesia’s Kith and Kin, Nella Domenici, with hopes of knocking Senator Martin Heinrich out of the U.S. Senate, pulled...


Published: 2024-03-28T08:02:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:48

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia

Woman Calls Police Because Brother is ‘Raising Hell’

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-04-03T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:47

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Ari Levin alevin@riograndesun.com Sports Editor

Española Valley High School Hosts Clean-up Event

Española Valley High School will host a community clean-up event on April 14 and those organizing it, hope to make it a big event.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:46

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia

Man Rolling Around Near Trash Bins Won’t Leave

The police blotter is published to give readers an abridged look at criminal activity in their community and neighborhood. It is simply an illustration of what local law enforcement, funded by taxpayers, must deal with daily throughout the Española Valley.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:46

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Man Allegedly Offers Deputy ‘Feria’ to Let Him Go After Good Friday Crash

A vehicle crash caused by a man suspected of driving while under the influence snarled Good Friday traffic on State Road 76 further when the road was closed for an accident investigation.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:45

Rio Grande Sun

by: From a press release

An Evening With Jimmy Santiago Baca

The Nick Salazar Center for the Arts will present “An Evening with Jimmy Santiago Baca” on the Northern New Mexico College Española campus at 5 p.m.  Friday.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:44

Rio Grande Sun

by: By Jennifer Garcia jgarcia@riograndesun.com Managing Editor

Customers Seek Answers to Sky-High Electric Bills

Slightly higher gas and electric bills are common during the colder months as residents try to keep their homes warm, but the increases that some Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative customers have seen lately surpass any that they have ever paid.


Published: 2024-04-10T12:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:03:44

The Taos News

by: Staff report

Soil, climate, livestock experts to convene in Taos

New Mexico State University’s Mora County Cooperative Extension Service will host the AgriVenture Symposium from 9:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednes…


Published: 2024-04-05T11:51:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:24

The Taos News

by: Staff report

New Mexicans can expect dimmed skies, temperature drop during Monday eclipse

Correction appended.


Published: 2024-04-08T11:12:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:23

Stray Hearts Shelter Report

The following is a summary of activity at Stray Hearts Animal Shelter from March 25-31. Outcomes Adoption: 1 dog, 2 cats Return to owner: 0 Transfer: 3 dogs Trap-neuter-return: 0


Published: 2024-04-03T15:39:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:17

The Taos News

by: Angelina Burns Diaz

Police Blotter: March 27 - 31

The following is a condensed list of reports made to Taos Central Dispatch within the town of Taos from March 27-31. March 27 6:28 p.m. Battery, Holy Cross Medical Center


Published: 2024-04-03T15:39:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:16

The Taos News

by: Daniel Pearson

San Francisco de Asís parishioners celebrate Easter

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Published: 2024-04-03T15:40:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:15

The Taos News

by: Geoffrey Plant

Paseo del Pueblo construction resumes May 6

Construction on Paseo del Pueblo through the historic district of Taos will recommence May 6, according to New Mexico Department of Transportation officials who visited Taos last Thursday evening …


Published: 2024-04-03T15:49:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:14

The Taos News

by: The New Mexican

The way we were: foundations of faith

For generations, places of worship — some long forgotten, many still in use — have held a special place in the lives of those in Northern New Mexico.


Published: 2024-04-03T15:48:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:13

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Officials: Vietnam Memorial helicopter broken into, nothing stolen

Colfax County deputies were dispatched to the Angel Fire Vietnam Memorial March 21 to investigate a report of vandalism of the Huey Helicopter on display at the site. Officers reported


Published: 2024-04-03T15:48:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:12

Eagle Nest mayor resigns

Jeff Carr, mayor of the small town of Eagle Nest in Colfax County, resigned Monday morning (April 1). Carr announced his resignation via an email shared with the Taos News


Published: 2024-04-03T16:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:11

The Taos News

by: Liam Easley

Student chefs sharpen skills before national competition

As the Taos High culinary team gears up to go to Baltimore for the National ProStart Invitational culinary competition later this month , their mentors looked back on the process


Published: 2024-04-03T16:06:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T19:02:10

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: Associated Press

Suspect accused of killing man a Northern New Mexico rest stop, stealing cars


Published: 2024-04-16T12:15:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T06:31:26

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Matthew Narvaiz mnarvaiz@sfnewmexican.com

New Santa Fe fitness studio aims to enhance clients' quality of life, whatever their age

Veronica Monroe Training opened in March at Ironstone Gardens on West San Mateo Road.


Published: 2024-04-15T22:00:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T05:13:31

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Scott Wyland swyland@sfnewmexican.com

All of New Mexico's rivers top list for most imperiled in nation

The U.S. Supreme Court's Sackett decision led to the bulk of New Mexico's waters being stripped of federal protections.


Published: 2024-04-16T10:30:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T05:02:50

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Robert Nott rnott@sfnewmexican.com

National Park Service honors longtime historian-turned-critic Richard West Sellars

Sellars, who died in 2017, is credited with bringing about changes in the way the agency manages ecosystems.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:15:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:44:43

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Margaret O’Hara mohara@sfnewmexican.com

SFCC to introduce new program in critical care paramedicine

The hope is to generate a new crop of trained professionals who can transport patients in critical condition by ambulance or helicopter without disrupting care.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:30:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:36:40

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Phaedra Haywood phaywood@sfnewmexican.com

Gutierrez-Reed gets maximum 18 months for involuntary manslaughter in 'Rust' shooting

District Judge Mary Marlowe Sommer deemed the former movie armorer's crime a serious violent offense, meaning she'll be required to serve at least 85% of her sentence.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:45:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:11:52

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Matthew Narvaiz mnarvaiz@sfnewmexican.com

Meow Wolf plans extensive layoffs as it looks to cut back on expenses

The layoffs include 111 jobs in both the corporate and exhibition teams, the company said in an email to The New Mexican.


Published: 2024-04-15T23:15:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T04:11:12

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Josh Boak The Associated Press

Biden administration agrees to provide $6.4 billion to Samsung for making computer chips in Texas

The funding announced Monday by the Commerce Department is part of a total investment in the cluster that, with private money, is expected to exceed $40 billion.


Published: 2024-04-15T05:06:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T03:30:43

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Anne D’Innocenzio The Associated Press

Retail sales surge 0.7% in March as Americans seem unfazed by higher prices with jobs plentiful

Retail sales rose 0.7% last month after being up a revised 0.9% in February, according to the Commerce Department’s report on Monday.


Published: 2024-04-15T08:24:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T03:30:27

Santa Fe New Mexican

by: By Jennifer Peltz, Michael R. Sisak and Eric Tucker Associated Press

Trump's historic hush-money trial gets underway; 1st day ends without any jurors being picked

The historic hush-money trial of Donald Trump got underway Monday with the arduous process of selecting a jury to hear the case charging the former president with falsifying business records in order to stifle stories about his sex life.


Published: 2024-04-15T14:58:00

Updated: 2024-04-16T03:29:33

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Los Alamos High School Astronomy Club Views 2024 Total Solar Eclipse From Fort Worth, Texas – Shares Photographs

Los Alamos High School Astronomy Club members traveled to view and photograph the April 8, 2024 solar eclipse in Fort Worth, Texas. The photos were taken with a Canon Rebel 8 and Canon 500mm lens and edited with Adobe Lightroom Classic. More photos taken...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

PAC 8 Community Media Center: April 19-25, 2024

PAC 8 News:PAC 8 Community Media Center is available for recording events, transferring of old media, shooting and editing, live streaming and drone photography and videography.For information, email pac8@losalamos.com, call 505.662.7228 or visit pac8cmc


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

PAC 8 Summer Media Classes Start Monday June 10 … Openings Remain For Students Aged 9-14

Scene from previous PAC 8 Summer Media Class. Courtesy/PAC 8Scene from previous PAC 8 Summer Media Class. Courtesy/PAC 8PAC 8 News:PAC 8 summer media classes start June 10 and openings remain for students aged 9-14.Students have opportunities to learn...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Read The Latest Letters To The Editor

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Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Robinson: A Better Way To Run A Railroad

By SHERRY ROBINSON All She Wrote © 2024 New Mexico News ServicesThere’s nothing like a road trip to make you appreciate another mode of transportation – trains. They keep motorists company along many a New Mexico highway. Before we left the federal...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

SFCC: ECCOE On Free Virtual Conference On Importance Of Play In Early Childhood Development April 22-26

Courtesy/SFCCSFCC News:SANTA FE — Santa Fe Community College’s Early Childhood Center of Excellence announces First Born® & More and the Institute for Innovative Family Programs (IIFP) are hosting the Third Annual First Born® & More Home Visiting...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Topper Baseball Team Tops Taos Tigers In Conference Game

The Los Alamos High School Hilltopper Baseball Team hosted the Taos Tigers to a doubleheader Saturday at Bomber Field on North Mesa. The Toppers won the first game 22-2 and the second 12-2. This was a conference game. Kyle Evenhus has to jump high to make...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

Topper Softball Wins Conference Games At Home

The Topper Softball team won both ends of a double hitter against the Taos Tigers played on Hope Field in Overlook Park Saturday winning the first game 10-0 in 5 innings and 19-9 for the second game in 5 innings. Here Sydney Kitts hits the ball for a...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

Los Alamos Daily Post

by: Submitted by Carol A. Clark

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich Cosponsors Legislation To Fast-Track Veterans Access To Health Care Benefits

U.S. SENATE News:WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) cosponsored the Combat Veterans Pre-Enrollment Act, legislation to give combat veterans the option to enroll in their health care benefits program before officially transitioning out...


Published: 2024-04-16T00:00:00

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