Saturday, February 24, 2018

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Angel Fire Police Blotter: Feb. 5–11, 2018

02/05/2018 11:47:00        18-000042          Private Property Accident The Angel Fire Police Department received a report of a minor vehicle accident on a private driveway leading to...

Sandhill Cranes alight in Monte Vista

The Sandhill Cranes have officially arrived in the San Luis Valley. Early Saturday morning, (Feb. 10), birder Ray Esparza snapped a photo of 10...

MVHS Senior focuses on world hunger

My name is Matisse Fields and I am a senior at Moreno Valley High School. To graduate, every senior has to complete a senior...

Colfax County Sheriff’s Blotter: Jan. 1-31, 2018

ARRESTS: Fernando Elias Llamas (Lerma) was arrested for Bench Warrant in Eagle Nest. Jennifer M. Rios was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine , Contributing...

Red River business owner sentenced for federal tax conviction

Robert Baños, 46, of Red River was sentenced late yesterday afternoon (Feb. 6) in Albuquerque federal court to 15 months of imprisonment followed by one...

Hiking: Dogs on the trails

Watching your dog run happily through the woods can be one of life's great pleasures. However, your freedom and that of your dog has to...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Jan. 22 – Feb. 4, 2018

01/22/2018 15:35:00 18-000025 Animal Complaint Angel Fire Police Department responded to a walk-in in reference to canines at large in the area of Armijo and...

2017 Angel Fire market shows continued upswing

Angel Fire, New Mexico, which also includes Black Lake, wrapped up the year with an overall 15 percent increase in the number of homes sold over 2016. While 15...

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Judy Brunson remembers life in Red River

For the 2009 Summer Enchantment magazine I asked to interview longtime Red River residents Johnny and Judy Brunson. Johnny declined. He never liked the limelight. In light of Johnny’s death on Aug. 18, this is...

Cornelia Sisneros was everyone’s ‘favorite Grannie’

ANGEL FIRE — You can call her Cornelia or Nellie, but everyone around Cimarron and the Moreno Valley knows her as Grannie,” said Rachel Ricklefs of Cimarron. Cornelia Sisneros of Springer grew incredible gardens, made delicious food and brought success to many local restaurants through her kind and clever management. “Everything she would plant thrived,” said daughter Ernestine (Penny) Coppedge. This statement applied to everything that grew in her life.

Lloyd and Olive Bolander:  An indelible part of New Mexico’s skiing history

New Mexico Ski Hall of Fame – 2004 —By Ellen Miller-Goins; reprinted from the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle’s 2008/2009 Winter Enchantment magazine. Editor’s note: Lloyd blander died Jan. 20, 2014. His Taos News obituary can be...

History of the Mountain Country: T.D. Neal, Eagle Nest’s Founding Father

Editor's note: The following is a reprint of an article by Lori Gallagher, sister of Chronicle founder Joe Gallagher, that first appeared in the July 27, 1978, Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. Other than a...

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