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LL council looks to increase GRT

Los Lunas village residents might see a rise in taxes on their purchases in 2015 when the village will be able to add a three-eighths of 1 percent sales tax to recoup revenue losses from the Hold Harmless Act.

Holding onto hope

Courtesy of the Lardner family: With the support of her family, friends and the community, Nicole Lardner, center, is making strides in recovering from a severe brain injury she sustained from a car accident in October. Pictured with Nicole is her sister, Michelle, left, and her mother, Janice, right.

While Nicole Lardner will never be who she was before, her family says she's making huge strides after a car accident nearly took her life almost six months ago.

2012 election continues to be challenged

An old dispute concerning the election of Los Lunas Village Councilor Amanda Perea to the Council District 1 seat two years ago was resuscitated by opponent Helen Y. Cole this month.

OLB conserves one of five of its oil paintings

Clara Garcia-News-Bulletin photo: Rev. Stephen Schultz, pastor at Our Lady of Belen Catholic Church, stands next to “The Visitation,” an oil painting that is thought to be as old at the parish itself. The painting was conserved and will be on exhibit this summer at the New Mexico History Museum.

"It feels like Christmas," said Rev. Stephen Schultz, pastor of Our Lady of Belen Catholic Church, when one of five oil paintings the church owns was revealed Friday after being conserved for an upcoming exhibit.