SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Santa Fe Police are trying to track down a shooting suspect. Thirty-eight-year-old Eugene Chacon is accused of shooting and wounding a man on Shoofly St. near Cerrillos and St. Francis Thursday afternoon. The man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Chacon was last seen driving a gold four-door Mercedes with […]
Cecil Huffmeier of Park Avenue Cleaners in Santa Fe is inviting Los Alamos residents to use their full service cleaners at 720 St. Michael’s Drive Suite K, which has been in business since 1993. Huffmeier reached out to the Los Alamos Reporter after speaking with a Los Alamos resident who felt more people in the community needed to know about his business. Park Avenue Cleaners is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Phone (505) 438-2524. Courtesy photo.
The crowd builds as the evening gets started but so do the clouds. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com. As the skies open up the crowd takes cover during the Friday night concert at Ashley Pond Park. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com. Not deterred by getting wet, this couple dance in the rain....
NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Saturday is the first National Wildland Firefighter Day and the Girl Scouts are making sure the Santa Fe hotshots are well taken care of. The group just returned from their assignment on the Black Fire near Silver City and were nominated for the Cookies for Hometown Heroes Program by Girl Scout Troop 10705 […]
Jemez Mountain Brewhouse owners are, from left, Scott Johnson, Jef Bold, Eben Bold and David Martinez. Photos Courtesy Chamber. A crowd gathers at Jemez Mountain Brewhouse Friday. Photo Courtesy Chamber. Hanging out behind the bar are, from left, David Martinez, Scott Johnson, Jef Bold and Evan Bold. Photo Courtesy Chamber.
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ESPAÑOLA, N.M. (KRQE) – The Española Animal Shelter is looking for foster homes for three kittens after finding them in the trash late last week. One of those kittens is also healing from severely burned paws. “It’s heartbreaking, it’s sad to think that somebody felt desperate enough to do that,” communications director for Española Humane, Mattie […]
The Los Alamos Little League 9, 10, 11 All Stars participated June 25-30 in the district tournament at Ragle Park in Santa Fe and took second place overall. Pictured are players Players: Eli Erpenbeck, James Work, Paul Work, Lukas Kusserow, Ben Koontz, Joseph Gurule, Dylan Rodriguez, Ross Roybal, Jacoby Davila, Thomas West, Gabe Mamula, Sebastian Gonzalez, and Shane Reass, and Coaches Greg Erpenbeck, Jim O’Hara and Sarah Work. On June 25, the team lost to Pojoaque 3-14, but came back June 28 to play againsy Espanola, winning 7-6 in the 6th inning with Joseph Gurule pitching. After eliminating Espanola from the double-elimination tournament, Los Alamos went on to win agains Pojoaque with a score of 26-12. On June 30 the team lost 0-12 to Santa Fe. Los Alamos Little League is proud of the team’s accomplishments and thanks parents and coaches for making the tournament a success. Courtesy photo.
SANTA FE – Archbishop John C. Wester is speaking about the decision to mortgage an iconic Santa Fe cathedral to meet a settlement agreement tied to church sex abuse victims. The action was a last resort because “we pretty much sold everything we can, including my residency,” Wester told the Santa Fe New Mexican on Thursday.
With the recent passage of the Educational Retirees Returning to Work Act, Los Alamos Public Schools is encouraging retired teachers to consider returning to the classrooms for the 2022-2023 school year. The new return-to-work program allows retirees to go back to work without salary or work hour limits. Applicants must...