As the flames devoured the historic Sugar Bowl Lanes early Sunday morning, Frances Romero — the daughter of the late Marvin “Sugar” and Eva Glidewell, the longtime owners of the Belen bowling alley on Becker Avenue — stood silently in shock and devastation.
BELEN—Dozens of property owners in Belen began receiving letters from the city last month alerting them of the amended Vacant or Foreclosed Structure Registration Fee ordinance, and notifying them of the new rate structure and how much they owe in fees.
Earlier today, Thursday, July 9, Los Lunas police officers arrested Phillip Kelsey, 19, of Albuquerque, and charged him with multiple felony and misdemeanor offenses in connection with a carjacking.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday, July 9, announced the state of New Mexico will re-enact emergency public health restrictions on high-contact indoor environments where face-coverings are not worn in order to slow the rising spread of COVID-19 across the state.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday, July 7, signed a bill that will deliver hundreds of millions of dollars for low-interest, low-risk loans to help small New Mexico businesses recover financially from COVID-19.
Late summer and early fall is usually the time for the community to come together at local fairs and fiestas, but this year, most of those events have been revamped, canceled or rescheduled.
New Mexico State Police will continue to respond, investigate and potentially cite citizens or businesses who refuse to comply with the amended Emergency Public Health Order.
LOS LUNAS — The New Mexico Department of Health took the unusual step of naming the specific location of a COVID-19 exposure last week after a department spokesman says the patient was being “uncooperative.”
LOS LUNAS — Los Lunas boasts two finalists in the 2020 New Mexico Excellence in STEM Awards, also known as the STEMYS. The Air Force Research Lab Tech Engagement Office held the annual event via virtual ceremony on June 30.
Editor's note: This article was updated on July 2 to include reopening plans for St. Mary's Catholic School in Belen. The information was provided after the News-Bulletin's press deadline.
Diane M. Vallejos is superintendent of the Belen Consolidated Schools, and has worked in education for 25 years. She graduated from Belen High School, where she was a runner and member of the Intensity 100 Marching Band.
Car seat inspections are still possible by way of virtual instruction. The New Mexico Department of Transportation’s Traffic Safety Division and Safer New Mexico Now will host virtual car seat education sessions through Zoom.