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Anaya, Otero collaborate on book

Another bilingual children’s book, “How Chile Came to New Mexico,” by native author, Rudolfo Anaya, was published this week by Rio Grande Books. The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts will host a book-signing event Saturday.

The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts is hosting a book signing event for New Mexico's premiere Hispanic author Rudolfo Anaya, for his latest children's book, "How Chile Came to New Mexico."

AL post gets a makeover

Julia M. Dendinger-News-Bulletin photo: Working hard on his day off, The Home Depot associate Deurell Bussell nails down plywood on the roof of a shade cover at the Secundino Baldonado American Legion, Post 81, in Belen. The post received about $10,000 in materials and supplies, as well as hundreds of free man hours from The Home Depot Foundation. The foundation assists veterans, their families and organizations in need with repairs and renovations.

Earlier this month, the only American Legion Post in Valencia County got a makeover. While it's not immediately obvious by looking at the exterior, the Secundino Baldonado American Legion, Post 81, received new paint, light fixtures, cabinets and shade structure over an existing patio.

LL Schools grades better

In the state's A-F grading system, seven out of 16 Los Lunas Schools went up a grade or more this year, plus the district has the only A-graded school in Valencia County.

Belen asking for fire station

Hub City residents might be seeing an increase in their property taxes if they approve a general obligation bond that would pay for a new fire station in Belen.

Update on Davlin homicide

Los Lunas police are still actively investigating the July 13 shooting death of 21-year-old Charlie Davlin. On Friday, July 25, detectives made contact with Randy Romero and arrested him on…[Read more]