Saturday, November 18, 2017

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Angel Fire Police Blotter: Nov. 6-12

11/06/2017 07:18:00          17-000632    Residential Alarm Angel Fire Police Responded to a report of an alarm. Residence was checked and found to be secure. Location: 170 EL...

Village recognizes local heroes

Paid and volunteer firefighters and emergency medical staff perform heroically all year-'round but Angel Fire Fire Chief John Murtagh wanted to recognize the "extraordinary"...

Bill Humbert appointed to Angel Fire Village Council

Angel Fire Village Council members took no time at all to unanimously appoint William "Bill" Humbert, Mayor Barbara Cottam's choice to fill Brinn Colenda's...

‘Pick Your Poison’ race scores big with competitors

The Questa High School Drama Club and the Questa Economic Development Fund teamed up to create the first foot race at the Rio Grande...

Questa miners get federal assistance, but is it three years too late?

In the summer of 2014, Molycorp, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chevron, gathered its employees together and announced the the molybdenum mine would close, leaving...

Vietnam Veterans Memorial celebrates Veterans Day Saturday

Veterans Day will be celebrated at a special 11a.m. ceremony Saturday (Nov. 11) presented by the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) at...

Angel Fire Police Blotter: Oct. 30-Nov. 6, 2017

10/31/2017 22:26:26    17-000622           Noise Complaint Loud party reported at Angel Skye Apartments. Made contact with occupants who were told to keep noise levels down. No...

Angel Fire group hosting ‘Politics & the Pulpit’ panel discussion

Wheeler Peak Progressives (WPP) is hosting “Politics & the Pulpit" featuring four local pastors 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 11) at FNB New...

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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.

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...

Nancy Lee Stewart finds inspiration in her surroundings

  Editor's note: The following article by Ellen Miller-Goins first appeared in The Chronicle's 1997 Summer Enchantment magazine. Nancy Lee Stewart passed away April 14, 2017. A link to her obituary appears below. If one’s setting contributes to...

Neal family roots run deep in Red River, Eagle Nest

Editor's Note: The following originally appeared in the Chronicle's 2012 Spring Land & Home magazine. Dirk Neal said he can tell the difference between a good horse and a better horse. He’s been doing it for...

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