I am not ‘too thin,’ I am enough

Too thin! As an small underweight child I was dragged to doctors by my mother who was convinced I was just not a healthy...

Fettuccine Alfredo with Green Chile

This recipe is for my son, William, who loves alfredo with green chile. I substituted gluten-free linguine in the last batch I made. The...

Local cowboy legend Johnnie Mutz rides his last

RED RIVER — Local cowboy legend Johnnie Mutz passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 54 days shy of his 99th birthday.

Angel Fire Resort celebrates the end of the summer season

Closing Weekend Bash compliments Angel Fire Oktoberfest Angel Fire Resort ends its summer season with a Closing Weekend Bash that includes the closing celebration of...

Performance marries music and dance

Festival Ballet Albuquerque Dancers Featured in Music from Angel Fire’s Staging of “A Soldier’s Tale” Music from Angel Fire’s Artistic Director Ida Kavafian...

Newly remodeled Lift House opened Dec. 24

The newly remodeled Grill at the Lift House opened Thursday (Dec. 24) with a "Secret Santa Soft Opening" at the base of The Face at...

Crafty Camper Activity Center opens to public

EAGLE NEST — The Crafty Camper Activity Center opened at the Golden Eagle RV Park Sunday May 24. Originally conceived as a way to keep campers entertained while their spouses fished or hunted, the concept of the activity center quickly expanded to the community as people approached Golden Eagle RV Park owners Bruce and Bridgette Manakas with requests to join classes. “We book out a year in advance and other campers and locals wanted to attend the classes,” said Manakas. After some collaboration, they came up with a way to make the classes available to everyone by setting aside a facility for classes. Manakas directs interested parties to the schedule and fees for the classes that are listed on the Golden Eagle RV Park website.

Learning physics the hands-on way

https://youtu.be/aaYvtaRXGGQ Students at Red River Valley Charter School engineered egg holders with the goal of protecting a raw, uncooked egg in a 90-foot free-fall after they being dropped...

Andy LeBus ‘lived life to the fullest’ in Angel Fire

ANGEL FIRE — Talk to any longtime resident of the Moreno Valley about Andy LeBus and you will hear dozens of words praising the man for his cheerful disposition, his giving nature, his work ethic. Talk long enough and everyone — every single one — will say his daughters mattered most to the man. Sara and Emily are Andy’s most treasured legacy.

New book showcases ‘Birding Hot Spots’

A new birding book specific for our area arrived in the mail recently: “Birding Hot Spots of Santa Fe, Taos and Northern New Mexico.”