EAGLE NEST— The village of Eagle Nest will open its doors once again to hundreds of bikers riding across the country for Run For the Wall. Riders taking the Central Route will stop in Eagle Nest for the night after making a stop at Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park in Angel Fire.
The New Mexico Legislature is considering a bill that would allow school employees to carry concealed weapons on school property, but Cimarron Municipal Schools Superintendent James Gallegos said he believes it would be more practical to bring in police officers.
CIMARRON — TV viewers across the United States learned about the Express St. James Hotel and the Cimarron community through the latest episode of “Ghost Adventures,” which aired at 9 a.m. Saturday (April 12) on the Travel Channel.
CIMARRON — The next school year for Cimarron Municipal Schools will begin Aug. 18, 2014 and end May 28, 2015, which is the last Thursday in May of that year.
Courtesy Police Chief Brad McCaslin 09/22/2015 12:45:00 15-000428 Fraud Subject came into the Angel Fire Police Department and reported that she had been the victim of...
Leaders of the Moreno Valley Arts Council still do not know whether they can count on any Angel Fire lodgers tax funds to help support their biggest event of the year, which will take place in less than a month.
RED RIVER — Red River Mayor Linda Calhoun confirmed Monday she had fired Cindy Sellers, town economic development director, on Tuesday (July 1) and replaced her with Jaqueline Hester.
Now that winter is just about over, the construction season in Cimarron will soon be in full swing. Like many communities in the area construction season starts in late spring and last until the snow flies in late fall.
RED RIVER – The fourth annual Buckaroo Ball marked the start of a new era for the Red River Valley Foundation. After being associated with the Taos Community Foundation (TCF) for four years, the Red River Valley Foundation is now its own separate entity.
We were pleased to hear that Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) were able to steer the Columbine-Hondo Wilderness Act through the Senate’s Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on Thursday (Nov. 13). Now the bill is headed to the full Senate. Locals have been working for years to get this proposed wilderness area near Red River a reality. Making the Columbine-Hondo Wilderness a full-fledged wilderness area would ensure that water resources New Mexico communities rely on would receive even more protection. It would be a boon to the health of the Red River and the Rio Grande. The town of Red River would benefit from the guarantee that adjacent land would be permanently left protected from development. We encourage readers to contact Heinrich and Udall to ensure that this bill gets quickly passed and does not linger in Washington’s gridlock. Contact Udall’s Washington office at 202-224-6621 or his Santa Fe office at 505-988-6511. Heinrich’s Washington number is 202- 224-5521and his Santa Fe office number is 505-988-6647. Their help is essential.