Local News

  • Looking ahead - News - Oct. 10, 2014

    RHS parade begins at 1:30 today

    Robertson High School homecoming parade starts at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Robertson High School campus at Fifth Street and Baca, heads west on Baca to Sixth Street, down Sixth until Douglas Avenue, west on Douglas to 12th Street, north on 12th Street to National Avenue, National Avenue down to Bridge Street and ending at Plaza Park.

  • Weather - Oct. 10, 2014

    Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 55. North wind 10-15 mph, becoming southeast in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 50 percent. A 20 percent chance of showers at night. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 40. Southeast wind 5-10 mph, becoming southwest after midnight.

    A 10 percent chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 69. West wind 5-10 mph. Partly cloudy at night, with a low around 45.


  • FYI - Oct. 10

    The San Miguel Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Wednesday, Oct. 15 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at 18 Gallegos Road. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

  • In Brief - New Mexico - Oct. 10, 2014

    From The Associated Press

  • National prize for group

    El Valle Women’s Collaborative has been working hard getting things done for the Pecos River Valley.

    That work caught the attention of a national non-profit, and in late September, the group was notified that it was selected to receive a $10,000 Torchlight Prize from the Family Independence Alliance. The area group was one of four organizations to receive the prize.

  • Setting them free - Lending Mother Nature a hand

    Fall is starting to show its presence with twinkles of yellow leaves on trees and butterflies migrating south for the winter.

    Joining in on the migration are hundreds of Monarch butterflies that were given their freedom at the Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge and at Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge recently.

  • Medical pricing website proposed

    By Barry Massey
    The Associated Press

    SANTA FE — New Mexico could help make health care more affordable by establishing a website to provide consumers with information about the cost of medical procedures and quality of care at hospitals, according to a report by an independent think tank.

    Think New Mexico plans to push for the proposal when the Legislature meets next year for a 60-day session.

  • Martinez, King debate in Spanish

    By Russell Contreras
    The Associated Press

    ALBUQUERQUE — The moderator gave New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez the nod to start her opening statement. She smiled, then looked at the camera.

    “Welcome. And thank you very much for the opportunity to talk to the Hispanic people of my community,” Martinez said in Spanish.

  • Obama OKs aid for San Miguel County

    The Associated Press

    Local governments and some other entities in New Mexico are now eligible for federal assistance to recover from flooding and storm damage suffered during last summer.

    The White House says a disaster declaration by President Barack Obama applies to state, tribal, and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations in Guadalupe, Rio Arriba, and San Miguel counties and in the Pueblo of Acoma.

  • Looking Back - Oct. 8, 2014

    In 1964
    Monday, Oct. 5 — Mrs. Loyd Anderson, a first-grade teacher at Gallinas School, has seven brother-and-sister combinations in her room: Mary and Modesto Cordova, Lillian and Salvador Ulibarri, Carol and Donna Berniger, Marilyn and Doris Connell, Gilbert and Grace Torres, Michael and Lorraine Saiz, and Leroy and Martha Gonzales.