The Cimarron Municipal Schools Board of Education and administration need to make sure the district is in compliance when reporting data to the state.
It’s unfortunate for our readers when a top government official declines to talk to the press. Larry Leahy, the village’s administrator, has been quiet these past few months and the citizens of Angel Fire deserve to hear more from him.
This time of year it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season. Often the true meaning of Christmas is lost.
Moreno Valley High School officials and Cimarron Municipal School Superintendent James Gallegos need to get together and decide when our children will be attending school.
When the New Mexico Gaming Control Board revoked La Mesa Racetrack and Casino developer Michael Moldenhauer’s gaming license last week it really came as no surprise.
There are not many years we can say the amount of public construction projects surpasses private building, but this year looks like it will be one of those times. This is not necessarily a good thing.
There is still a lot of snow in them thar hills — close to four feet to be exact. And according to scientists with the state engineer’s office and the National Weather Service who watch and record this kind of data, 13 inches of moisture are trapped in the snow.