Village’s lean budget could get a second helping

EAGLE NEST — In 2008, the Village of Eagle Nest faced a budget crisis that led to tough decisions on cutting jobs and reducing spending wherever possible.

Apple iPad restrictions unpopular with some students

Students throughout Cimarron Municipal Schools now have access to state-of-theart Apple iPads, but not every student is happy with the new devices.

Angel Fire council postpones decision on thinning rules

ANGEL FIRE — The Angel Fire Village Council has postponed its final decision on a proposed ordinance that would scale back the rules requiring tree thinning on private lots.

Christmas decor in June? ‘Don’t think we’ve all gone nuts,’ Angel Fire mayor says

Despite the green garland and bright red bow recently installed on a street lamp along one of Angel Fire’s busiest roads, Christmas is still scheduled for December this year.

Angel Fire Police Blotter: March 27 – April 2, 2017

03/27/2017 03:51:53    17-000167           Residential Alarm Angel Fire Police Department was called in reference to an alarm. The outside of the residence was checked, everything appeared...

Officials plan up to 900-acre burn near Angel Fire

A prescribed fire on up to 900 acres of forested land about five miles south of Angel Fire could burn within 150 yards from some homes in the Black Lake area this fall.

Letter: A dream come true

Our dream came true: Our community pulled together and our wish came true. Rotary, Alpine Lumber, the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle, Moreno Valley Arts Council, Angel Fire Resort, all our businesses, families and friends who made our dream come true. It was so nice to see everyone so happy on Saturday at the Kentucky Derby. Again, you touch our hearts, Angel Fire!

Election is over — what it means locally

The general election is over. Finally.

Yes, they trudged through deep snow to the old Moreno Valley School

Editor's note: This is a re-print of an article by Ellen Miller-Goins that appeared in the March 4, 1999, Sangre de Cristo Chronicle. Although...

Angel Fire plaza project remains stalled as funds dry up

With the beginning of site-plan work on Angel Fire’s Plaza del Sol in 2003, the subdivision of the land in 2004 and the installation of $1 million worth of utility infrastructure in 2006, it appeared at the time that the proposed gathering place would soon come to fruition.