By Family policy alliance As we have commemorated the 47thanniversary of Roe v. Wade this week, and as thousands of pro-life Americans are March(ing) for Life in our nation’s capital today, one of the most anti-life proposals of a bygone era is having a second moment in the spotlight. The …Read More »
By SFNF The Santa Fe National Forest’s (SFNF’s) Española Ranger Station is making a move. After 21 years at 1710 N. Riverside Drive, the Española District Office is relocating about 5 miles south to its new location, 18537 US 84/285, Suite B. The telephone number – 505-753-7331 – will remain …Read More »
By DVS The New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) will hold a Veterans Benefits Claims clinic in Santa Fe from 9am-4pm on Friday, January 31. The event will be at the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions building at 301 W. De Vargas Street in downtown Santa Fe. …Read More »
Should be a full house at Pecos High tonight when the 2A Panther boys take on the challenge of 5A Clovis, with Pecos in quest of its 100th win in 3 and one-half years against the 14-5 Wildcats
By Arnie Leshin Another challenge for 2A Pecos’ boys basketball team when 5A Clovis visits the Louis J. Sanchez Memorial gymnasium Friday night. The opening tip-off is scheduled for 6:30 as the Panthers continue to play their schedule, one that has already had them playing 3A, 4A, 5A schools before …Read More »
Except for Capital and Santa Fe High’s boys, basketball’s District 5-5A is not one to brag about, the Albuquerque schools are weak, and in girl’s play, only Sandia has a winning record.
By Arnie Leshin As long as Santa Fe High’s enrollment is listed among the state’s bigger schools, it plays its schedule, not overly overjoyed with it, but shouldn’t have any complaints with playing basketball in District 5-5A. Especially in boy’s basketball, where the challenge comes only from cross-town rival Capital …Read More »
Only 2A Magdalena’s boys and 5A Hobbs’ girls still reign supreme, the only remaining undefeated basketball teams in New Mexico.
By Arnie Leshin Undefeated high school basketball teams in New Mexico has dropped to two, only two after Rio Rancho Cleveland lost to Albuquerque Volcano Vista Wednesday night in 5A. That left only 2A Magdalena on the boy’s list at 16-0, with a previous postponed game to be played at …Read More »
By EDD One year after signing an agreement to open its first U.S. Production hub in New Mexico, Netflix has spent more than $150 million in the state, utilized more than 2,000 production vendors, and hired over 1,600 cast and crew members, Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes and …Read More »
By NM Film Office The New Mexico State Film Office (NMFO) is now accepting grant applications for projects for the newly established Senator John Pinto Filmmakers Fund, NMFO Director Todd Christensen announced today. The Native American filmmakers grant fund was spearheaded by the late Sen. John Pinto during his work …Read More »
By NMDOH The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) reports today it is alerting healthcare providers to be proactive and vigilant with regards to a novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), particularly with travelers returning home from traveling abroad and presenting fever and respiratory symptoms. Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, some …Read More »