Angel Fire Police Blotter: May 15-22

05/15/2017 14:40:00    17-000229           Assist Other Agency Angel Fire Police Department assisted Alternatives to Violence by serving a restraining order on a male subject in Angel...

Pilot program allows Accion greater flexibility in business lending

Nonprofit lender Accion is partnering with the U.S. Small Business Administration to offer a type of business loan — the Community Advantage loan —...

Fishing Report for Tuesday, May 16

This fishing report has been generated from the best  information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may...

Taos County hosting gun buyback May 20

The Taos County Sheriff's Department is joining New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence to host the first ever "Guns To Gardens Gun Buyback" 10 a.m....

Success Story: Wanda Lucero, Insurance Agent: Helping others through business

“I feel blessed that my occupation is my avocation,” said Lucero, who has won Best of Taos insurance agent for the past seven years. “I...






Rough and tumble winters in Red River

Editor's note:  The following is a reprint of an article that appeared in the 2002-2003 Winter Enchantment magazine published by the Chronicle. Johnny Brandenburg died Oct. 9, 2003, at age 82. His obituary is...

Chavez remembered as humble veteran and proud father

CIMARRON—If you spoke with Bernardino “Nino” Chavez you would not guess the longtime Cimarron resident had earned a Bronze Star, Purple Heart and participated in the D-Day Invasion on June 6, 1944.

Carolina Trujillo — weather watcher of Black Lake

Editor's note: This article first appeared in the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle's 2004-2005 Winter Enchantment magazine. Carolina “Nina” Maria Trujillo died on Sept. 12, 2016. A link to her obituary is below. For 36 years, Carolina Trujillo has...

Living in Eagle Nest helps veterans adjust to civilian life

EAGLE NEST— Lisa Sparks almost left Eagle Nest. Sparks put her house up for sale after her first winter in the village. She thought the cold weather wasn’t for her. But she decided to stay.  Two years later, the Army veteran cannot think of a better place to live for someone with post-traumatic stress disorder. 



A familiar path