RED RIVER — Tony Treadwell checks the time as he waits atop Bobcat Pass with a group of his coworkers and their families, all of whom are wearing the same outfit: a full-face helmet, goggles, heavy boots, and an insulated blizzard suit.
In the world of pottery, artists use a wide spectrum of techniques to achieve their desired goals. One of the processes used is traditional wood firing.
The village of Cimarron is still hunting for the funding needed to build a new wastewater-treatment facility expected to cost about $5.5 million.
EAGLE NEST — Eagle Nest residents Molly Mulkey and her family will be joined by six others from Angel Fire Baptist Church on a mission trip to La Molina, Peru (a suburb of Lima) from June 26 to July 6. The team plans to volunteer at a youth retreat in Peru for a school the church has helped support for years.
Angel Fire's village council passed an ordinance allowing use of recreational off-high vehicles (ROHVs) within village limits during its Oct. 10 regular meeting. During a...
With nothing but a metal grain shovel between his rear end and the frozen ground, 45-year-old John Strader of Albuquerque traveled faster Saturday (Feb. 9) than he could have legally driven on U.S. 64 to Angel Fire.
EAGLE NEST — Eagle Nest’s quest to install automatic water meter readers hit an unexpected bump after the lowest bidder for the project was disqualified because of an error in its paperwork, the village council announced at its Sept. 17 meeting.
ARRESTS: Michael Chavez, age 25, was arrested for an Adult Probation warrant for failure to report and violation of conditions of release INCIDENTS: David J. Gonzales was...
For the 89th year, the Maverick Club Rodeo has held its overwhelmingly popular rodeo in Cimarron, and this Fourth of July was no exception.
All four members of the Village of Angel Fire Council voted to approve the final draft of the 2011-12 municipal budget last week, but some financial concerns still linger.