It’s down to the wire, with just days left before the Nov. 3 General Election.
The Valencia County News-Bulletin won nine awards in the New Mexico Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.
BELEN—Through the Flower Art Space will premiere new work by Judy Chicago in the exhibition, “CONFINED,” which is a response to the recent circumstances caused by COVID-19.
BELEN—There was one last bow to their partner as members of the local square dance club, Bosque Cuadrillas, held a memorial service to honor longtime member and president Donna Taylor.
The last edition of La Historia documented that many Americans reacted to the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918 by wearing masks. Most people wore masks voluntarily, knowing that masks were their best front-line defense against spreading or catching the fatal flu.
It’s a busy office on a good day — shot clinics, nutritional counseling, mental health advice, prenatal check-ups, TB monitoring, STD testing, birth control. Just your normal, day-to-day job of keeping a community healthy.
Government is a system of people, of laws and of officials that define and control and serve the town, the county, the state and country in which you live.
Despite coronavirus restrictions causing the cancellation of the Valencia County Fair in its traditional form this year, the fair was still able to put on its animal shows, spread across the week.
As the world, our nation, our state and our communities have been challenged with the restrictions and concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic, our sense of security has been confronted in a way it’s never been before.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of people all over Valencia County and around the world, with many people forced out of work, schools shut down and a lockdown put into place, shuttering all non-essential businesses.
For the most part, life is just one big uncertainty, but one group of professionals tries to plan for all contingencies, every emergency and all possible scenarios.
Even though he was born in Wyoming, grew up in Farmington and had lived in Albuquerque, Frank Chacon has called Bosque Farms his hometown for the last 42 years.