CIBOLA COUNTY – “It is my observation there are issues at the Cibola County Detention Center that are still in question,” said Lloyd Felipe, a concerned commissioner who represents residents in southern and eastern parts of Cibola County. “Mainly, Mr. Dodds’ lack of leadership skills necessary to manage the center appropriately.”
GRANTS - The City of Grants and its water service partner, CH2M HILL, have completed a Source Water Protection Plan (SWPP) to protect the city’s source water wells now and in the future, according to a press release from Allison Scott Majure,
GALLUP – At the Route 66 Classic in Gallup on Saturday, both Grants High School track and field teams turned in good, early-season finishes with the girls’ squad capturing second place overall and the boys’ team finishing third overall.
LAGUNA – The Laguna-Acoma Hawks’ track team is four meets into its 2015 season but is facing issues with numbers. On the bright side for the Hawks, three members have punched their ticket and will represent Laguna-Acoma at the state meet in May.
On Friday, March 27 at approximately 2:37 p.m., officers from the New Mexico State Police responded to the scene of a fatal vehicle crash. The crash occurred at mile marker 72 on Interstate 40, just west of Grants, according to State Police.
Funeral Services for Marion "Pepsie" Lancaster, 87 of Milan, New Mexico will be held on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at the Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Grants, New Mexico. Viewing will be from 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. and the Funeral will start at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow at the Pioneer Memorial Cemetery in Bluewater, New Mexico.
ACOMA – National service is not for the faint of heart. “Every morning would start off cold, with the sounds of animals howling.” So begins a typical day for AmeriCorps member Candace Thompson, serving with the Southwest Conservation Corps’ Ancestral Lands program, based in the Pueblo of Acoma and Gallup.
(BPT) - Spring is a great time to clear out the old, bring in the new and welcome a fresh start. From coast to coast, consumers are eager to usher in new home decor and air out spring attire; however, the areas of one’s home that are the hardest hit during the winter months - floors and carpets - are often overlooked.
(BPT) - When you think of deer, do you envision a shy doe hiding beneath forest foliage? Or perhaps you imagine a buck bounding through a field along a quiet country road. The reality of where deer like to live is much closer to home than you think. Humans aren’t the only species that thrive in suburbia. Today, more deer live in close proximity to humans than ever before in our country’s history.
(NewsUSA) - While making the inside of your home beautiful is naturally a focus, there's so much to be gained from an outdoor space. Beautifully designed and decorated, outdoor areas not only expand upon actual "livable" space but enable you to enjoy your home al fresco -- and the good news is, you don't have to sacrifice style or the comfort of the indoors.