In Memoriam: Winnie Hamilton, curator of history

Originally printed JANUARY 22, 1998 As a child, Winifred "Winnie" Oldham Hamilton could hardly wait to get to the mining town of Red River to visit...

Area Veterans served with pride

By Michael Ritterhouse and Gabriel Weinstein Tuesday (Nov. 11), our country will come together to honor our nation’s veterans. Here in Northern New Mexico, every...

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...

Homestead: Swanson Ranch

Editor's note: The following is a reprint of an article by Kevin Duke that first appeared in the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle's Spring 2011...

History: The Horseshoe Camp in Eagle Nest

From the 2003 Summer Enchantment published by the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle By Ellen Miller-Goins When Johnny, Kay and Jeff Dahl bought the Horseshoe Camp in...

Memorial bricks’ purpose: Remembering the fallen

ANGEL FIRE — The sun is blazing as a cadre of volunteers from Run For The Wall install more than 400 memorial bricks bearing...

The Bowsers… Hard work, gunfights & romance

Editor's note: The following article by Ellen Miller-Goins is a reprint of a story that appeared in the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle's 1999 Summer Enchantment...

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....

It was a rocky start for Angel Fire’s ski area 50 years ago

Taos Ski Valley founder Ernie Blake's advice? Raise the mountain 1,000 feet! This side of the Moreno Valley had a sleepy history until 1966. Aside...

Military Winterfest pushes early registration

Angel Fire’s 4th Annual Military Winterfest, a celebration for veterans, all military and family members, has ramped up their early online registration efforts for...