Art Up Northern New Mexico says, “I Know Jo, do you?”

Last week-end almost 500 people attended Art-Up Northern New Mexico's 35th Annual ArtsFest. It was held once again at the Angel Fire Community Center,...

But I digress… Scribble On

  I’m normally not one to focus on petty complaints, but have recently noticed a flush of unsatisfactory pencils in my desk jar. I really shouldn’t be...

But I Digress… Hands and Hooves

The doe was breathing heavily when we came upon her, lying on her right side in the middle of a narrow trail. The stillborn fawn...

They say you can’t die from embarrassment…

I recently shared a copy of our 2014 Fall Land & Home with a friend. She was looking for an article and started reading aloud from the contents. I knew immediately that something was wrong. I grabbed the publication from her and saw what I feared:  that page was completely wrong, right down to an editor’s note from Jesse Chaney, our former managing editor.

It’s About Community… and Fairness

Not long ago I downloaded an 128-page tome entitled “Key Editorial and Business Strategies: A Case Study of Six Independent Community Newspapers.”

But I digress: SNOW!

Powder. Graupel. Sugar. Slush. Dust-on-Crust. Smud. Corn.... They are all descriptions of snow and there are as many descriptions as there are incarnations of our winter friend.

But I Digress… Rare Feathers

I saw a white crow this morning. It was only about a half-mile from where I’d seen one five years ago, so it might have...

GoinsOn: My mother trusts

She was covered in bees. Though she doesn't remember this event. My (late) grandmother, Florence Dorrance, reported looking across a large yard and seeing...

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.

Winter Harvest By Ramona Stafford Bagley

Your first winter, Little Buck Did your Mother tell you? The cold, I mean, the ice, the wind? I am part of that world. God made me too. There...