Angel Fire hiking visionaries trek to lower ground

Herb Kalen plans to move to Florida with his wife Kathy at the end of September for health reasons, but there’s something the 30-year resident of Angel Fire had to do first.

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...

Chronicle highlights, 1984 – 2006, Guy and Marcia Wood

Blame it on a summer 1983 family vacation in gorgeous Northern New Mexico and a bit of serendipity.

Purple Heart award recipients to be honored at Santa Fe ceremony

Purple Heart Award recipients will be honored at a special Purple Heart Recognition Ceremony in Santa Fe. Recipients, their family members, friends, and the...

History: Dahl helped improve life for enemy POWs

From the May 24, 2001 Sangre de Cristo Chronicle By Jessica Johnson It was 1972 and Lt. Col. John Dahl was stationed at Fort Monroe,...

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.

Raton centenarian Laura MacDougall recalls 100 years of area history

Editor's note: This is a reprint of a story by Ellen Miller-Goins from the July 15, 1999 Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. Laura MacDougall died Feb....

In memoriam: Red River ski pioneer Ilse Woerndle

A survivor of World War II, devoted wife and mother, founder of Sitzmark Sporting Goods and symbol of Red River who skied into her 70s and 80s, Ilse Spemann Woerndle died May 1 at the age of 92.

Remains of 10 veterans to be laid to rest at a Forgotten Heroes Funeral

SANTA FE — The cremated remains of 10 veterans — who have gone unclaimed — will be laid to rest with full military honors at...

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.