Before meeting a client, Sonia Humerez says she likes to say a silent prayer to ask for guidance and to be able to give her clients the best advice she can during their session, hence the name of her counseling service, Advice from the Heart.
Stephen and Sandra Reese will never forget the date they began their Home Helpers franchise — Nov. 21, 2010
Going north on N.M. 47, a thatch of metal rises from the east like a cluster of giant, silver willows bending proudly in a breeze, containing the Isleta Pueblo Tribal Council Chambers in the new Isleta Tribal Services Complex building.
That day comes for us all, and when it does, the caring professionals at Riverside Funeral Home in Los Lunas are here to help make that difficult time pass a little more smoothly.
If a family is a quilt, Emilie Bezzeg is stitching hers together one piece of fabric at a time â€• literally.
Crafting is more than a hobby, it's a lifestyle, says Dorothy Gordon, of Veguita, one of 10 local crafters represented by Beautiful Me Gift Shop at 211 South Main St. in Belen.
Tired, anxious, stressed?
When Joel Brown, New Mexico American Legion Riders state vice president, heard about the fire that took the home of Veguita residents, Frank Ortega, and his son, Johnny Leyba, on Dec. 19, he knew he had to do something.
What began as a breakdance class at the Isleta Recreation and Fitness Center last November has grown into a full-fledged Hip-Hop Music Program.
Santa's little helpers can be found everywhere this time of year, even at the Isleta Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, where staff created 166 mini Christmas trees for Isleta elders.
About 250 elders from the Pueblo of Isleta came out to dine and kick up their heels at the Hard Rock Hotel ballroom last Thursday night for the Pueblo of Isleta Elder Center Holiday Dinner.
Minus the barber shop quartet, stepping into Parkside Barber and Beauty in Los Lunas is like stepping into a barber shop of old.
During the Festival of Trees celebration, spirits remained high throughout the day Saturday as many Valencia County residents found it difficult to resist the holiday cheer.
It's hard to get tired of enchiladas, but it happens, and when it does, The Cooper's Family Restaurant has come to Los Lunas to save the day.