New Mexico State Library’s bookmobiles return to roads with limited service

New Mexico State Library’s three bookmobiles that are based in Los Lunas, Cimarron, and Tucumcari will head back out on the road with limited services starting on Monday, Sept. 14. The bookmobiles will support the 2020 Census count efforts in addition to providing pickup and drop-off services for books that are ordered online or over … Continue reading New Mexico State Library’s bookmobiles return to roads with limited service

Trump endorses Herrell in close New Mexico U.S. House race

President Donald Trump is throwing his support behind Republican challenger Yvette Herrell in a crucial U.S. House race in southern New Mexico.The president tweeted this week that Herrell had his “complete and total endorsement” and pointed to her support over border security, “brave law enforcement,” and the Second Amendment.The endorsement comes as Herrell is seeking … Continue reading Trump endorses Herrell in close New Mexico U.S. House race

Zozobra burns solo

The sun set, the Gloomies danced and Zozobra, packed full of Santa Fe’s glooms, burned to a crisp in the middle of an empty field at Fort Marcy park.Although the 96th annual burning of Zozobra on Friday night was different from any other event in its long history, those watching the 50-foot-tall marionette burst into … Continue reading Zozobra burns solo

Albuquerque’s emergency order gives city power to question visitors

ALBUQUERQUE: Out of towners - be careful if you park your car with out-of-state plates at a city park, community center or even a library. You might get a few questions from an officer or city official.“We did give ourselves the power to question out-of-state visitors, people with out-of-state license plates, on whether or not … Continue reading Albuquerque’s emergency order gives city power to question visitors

City of Albuquerque to pay $712,000 to business owners for lost revenue from ART project

ALBUQUERQUE: A commercial landowner says it was a costly mistake for the city of Albuquerque, and now, taxpayers are paying for it. We’ve heard from businesses along Central over the years complain about losing business because of the ART project.For years, business owners and drivers have been complaining about the ART project, especially when it … Continue reading City of Albuquerque to pay $712,000 to business owners for lost revenue from ART project

Chile season in full swing throughout the State

ALBUQUERQUE: Chile season is described as the most wonderful time of year for many New Mexicans."We are special in New Mexico because nobody but nobody, including Colorado, can't beat us flavor and heat," said Michael Quintana who was buying chile Friday at The Fruit Basket.Roasting started in mid-July and is expected to continue through mid-September."We … Continue reading Chile season in full swing throughout the State