Del Norte Credit Union has a new website
We have redesigned our website with a fresh, new look and easy navigation. Come take a tour!
- Visit the site regularly to see our current loan promotions and other specials.
- The site has “flyout” menus. Hover over a menu item, and a large menu will open and show everything in that category.
- The site is now designed to display well on a desktop, tablet or smartphone. Menus and pages will resize based on your device.
- The content is the same, in-depth information.
- Need another account? Consult our comparison charts for checking account, savings account and loan types.
- We have an extensive m>
Joshua Sloan, post-doctoral researcher at NMSU's John T. Harrington Forestry Research Center at Mora, measures the soil moisture in seedling nursery containers. Researchers at the center are using drought-conditioning techniques from the time of germination to prepare seedlings for planting onto harsh, dry environments. (NMSU photo by Andres Leighton)
NMSU forest researchers evaluate nursery protocol to improve survival rate of seedlings
By Jane Moorman, 505-249-0527, firstname.lastname@example.org
MORA &mdash Foresters face an overwhelming task as stewards of the land destroyed by high severity fires.
Because of the increasing severity of forest fires in New Mex>
Moving Arts Espanola Film Premiere Benef its Northern Foundation Scholarship Fund
Moving Arts Espanola presents film about Disability Rights activist Linda Pedro
Proceeds will create new scholarship at the Northern Foundation
The Northern Foundation is excited to support the local premiere of La Casa Linda, a documentary film about disability and independence. The film profiles the life of Linda Pedro, beloved community disability rights activist and former resident of Chimayo, NM.
"Linda proved that in the face of adversity, we can still craft a life of exuberant activism," Roger Montoya of Moving Arts Española said.
Tickets are $5 at the door. The pri>
The Spanish Colonial Arts Society is giving away CASH!
The 5KGiveaway raffle starts today and runs January 19 – March 31.
First prize: $5000
Second prize: $1000
Third prize: $500
Net profits go to support all aspects of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society's mission - Markets, Education and Museum
Drawing for the prize winners on March 31st from 5:30 – 7pm at Museum Hill Cafe
Raffle tickets are only $100
To participate, purchase raffle tickets at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art at 750 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, 87505 or call 505-982-2226
Only 500 tickets printed, must purchase a ticket to participate.
New Mexico Fishing Report
This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.
Check out the stocking report through Jan. 13.
Catches of the week:
- Rio Grande: Daniel Silva, 14, of Taos, caught a 22.5-inch brown trout Jan. 14. He was fishing near the John Dunn Bridge and using a green streamer.
- Tingley B>
NMSU honors faculty, retired staff member during convocation ceremony
By Jane Moorman, 505-249-0527, email@example.com
New Mexico State University faculty and staff were welcomed back to campus on Tuesday, Jan. 17, during the spring 2017 convocation ceremony at NMSU's Atkinson Recital Hall. Every fall and spring, convocation is held to honor excellence on campus.
"Convocation provides all of us with the opportunity to re-connect with friends and colleagues and to recognize outstanding achievement among our faculty, staff, students and friends of the university," said NMSU Executive Vice President and Provost Dan Howard. "It is a wonderful tradition and a great way t>
Demons and Horsemen victorious in 2-6A and 2-4A basketball openers
Pojoaque Valley wins in 2-4A over visiting Taos
By ARNIE LESHIN
Santa Fe High's boy's basketball team, which entered District 2-6A play with the best overall record, had an impressive opener Tuesday night at Albuquerque Sandia.
Same with St. Michael's boys on their home court in taking an overtime win over Las Vegas Robertson in 2-4A.
Also victorious was 2-4A was Pojoaque Valley with a 50-33 triumph over visiting Taos. The Elks, now 11-6 overall, hits the road for Espanola Valley (12-3) in Friday night district play. The Tigers dropped to 8-10.
The Demons, meanwhile, improved to>
Tell Your Senators to Hold Zinke Accountable!
Today Representative Ryan Zinke is going through the confirmation process to be Secretary of the United States Interior Department. A hunter and angler who has stated he will fight for public land access, we need to make sure he keeps that promise.
Earlier in January, the House passed new rules making it easier to transfer millions of acres of public lands to states - a rule that Zinke voted in favor of. At a time when more and more lawmakers are calling to sell off public lands, we need to make sure Zinke will stand up for public lands if confirmed. Now is the time to protect our national monuments and public lands - not put >
Santa Fe High junior Luke Shankin places first in 500-yard freestyle, qualifing for Albuquerque Academy Swim-Dive Invitational
Santa Fe Prep junior Riley Kinlaw qualifies in two events, Demons' sophomore Brad Moffett state-qualifier in one with Demonette senior Cheyenne Garcia
By ARNIE LESHIN
It was quite a chase for the boys in the annual Albuquerque Academy Invitational, the times fast enough to qualify five and even six swimmers for the state championships.
It's early in the season, but it was an impressive performance by Santa Fe High junior Luke Shankin as he took first place in the grueling 500-yard freestyle in the state-qualifying time of 5:09.17, >
Santa Fe High girls drop District 2-6A opener at home Tuesday night to Albuquerque Sandia, Pecos
In 2-4A tonight, St. Michael's is at Robertson, Espanola Valley at Albuquerque Academy
By ARNIE LESHIN
Currently, there are two impressive teams in District 2-6A, and Santa Fe High met up with one of them, Albuquerque Sandia, at home Tuesday night and suffered an 83-56 setback in the district opener.
It was the seventh straight win for the Matadors (13-2) as the Demonettes dropped to 7-10. Saturday night, Santa Fe High visits Albuquerque La Cueva, which is 8-6.
But Sandia and Eldorado (12-3) appear to be the ones to beat. As for Santa Fe High, it can look>
Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte January 2017 News
Club Kids Celebrate Christmas at Alto St. Club
Members from all Santa Fe Club sites celebrated the holiday season at our Alto Street Club on Friday, January 16th.
As in previous years, they visited with Santa, played games and sang songs. They were also given presents donated by various organizations in the community.
Everyone had a wonderful time!
You Are Invited to the 14th Annual Los Vecinos Dinner
Join us on Thursday, February 23rd at 6:00 pm at Chimayo Elementary School for an evening of celebration, student entertainment, and raffle along with a wonderful meal prepared and donated>
Christus St. Vincents Diabetes Center Services
n New Mexico, more than 157,000 people have diabetes, yet only 116,000 know they have it. The incidence of diabetes is higher among adults over age 65 and among the poor. Obesity and poverty also contribute to the prevalence of diabetes.
It's a serious situation for New Mexicans. Untreated and uncontrolled, diabetes can lead to congestive heart failure, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, blindness, and amputation. It's costly, too. The medical expenses for those with diabetes are more than twice as high than for people without diabetes. It's a disease that stops people from working and living an enjoyable life.
State Rep Carl Trujillo I Need Your Input Legislative Survey
The 2017 Legislative Session starts this Tuesday. Before every session, I usually hold listening meetings in different areas of District 46 to hear from community members. This feedback helps me to represent the people the best I can. Please take this survey to help me understand your views and beliefs. Your responses are not recorded with your name. I respect everyone's time and this should not take longer than 15 minutes. Please send your responses by weeks end.
Thank you for your part>
Pre-K for Santa Fe Town Hall meeting
Over the weekend, Mayor Javier Gonzales was joined by Mayor Pro Tem Signe Lindell and City Councilor (D3) Chris Rivera at the Boys and Girls Club Zona del Sol campus, located in Santa Fe's Southside, for the first Pre-K for Santa Fe Town Hall meeting.
Pre-K helps to spark children’s creativity and imagination and gives them the skills they need to be ready to learn when they go to school. Pre-K leads to higher educational attainment, better wages, and better health outcomes. Well-grounded estimates predict a return of over $25,000 per child, or $3.30 for every $1 in costs. But in Santa Fe, almost 1,000 kids do not have access to earl>
Buffalo Thunder Cold War 3!
Buy your tickets today to Cold War 3! On January 28 join Holmes Boxing and Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino for an exciting night of live boxing featuring "The Unbeaten" Brandon Holmes and Antonio "Tone" Martinez. Listen to KSWV Que Suave Radio for your chance to win free tickets. To purchase your tickets call 505-795-2772.
Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber January Business After Hours
Higher Education Center, 1950 Siringo Road, Main Atrium
Wednesday, Jan. 18, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
The Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber Board of Directors is excited that our January Business After Hours will feature the work of such an exceptional group of people in Santa Fe. Generously hosted by Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe at the Higher Education Center, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from both tutors and students in the program about how LVSF has changed their lives.
Join Chamber and community members to learn, mingle and enjoy refreshments provided by the Santa Fe Community College Culinary Program.>
Christus St. Vincent Orthopaedic Services
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Orthopaedic Services consists of board certified orthopaedic and sports medicine surgeons and physician assistances, who work in harmony with our trauma and acute care surgeons.
Our goal is to improve the quality of life for all patients by making them partners in their treatment and recovery, while ensuring all patients receive the most appropriate and effective treatment and surgical care.
The key to our success is working as a team for the benefit of our patients. This team is comprised of a talented, experienced team of professionals whose expertise cover the entire spectrum of Orthopaedic care inclu>
Martin Luther King, Jr.: I Have a Dream speech delivered 28 August 1963, at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C.
Capital High girl's have difficult first quarter in 45- 22 basketball loss to Las Vegas Robertson in non-district game
Winless Santa Fe Prep drops its ninth straight, Pojoaque Valley tops Thoreau
By ARNIE LESHIN
A quick glance at the first quarter of Las Vegas Robertson's Saturday night game at Capital High had the look of a Cardinals' football contest.
It was 14-0 in favor of Robertson, but it was girl's basketball, a non district game that brought the Cards a 45-22 victory in which they combined their offense with their defense to advance to 13-3.
It might have also been the Jaguars unable to find the basket as they dropped to 3-14 with their fourt>
Regulatory Recap With Commissioner Sandy Jones
Utility Energy Efficiency Measures Focus Of NMPRC in December/January
During the month of December 2016 and into January 2017, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission's (NMPRC) Staff and elected officials have reviewed and continue to evaluate New Mexico's utility-sector energy efficiency programs. The State of New Mexico instituted the Efficient Use of Energy Act (EUEA) in 2008.
New Mexico's three investor-owned electric utilities – Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM), Xcel Energy (Southwestern Power Supply), and El Paso Electric (EPE) – as well as New Mexico Gas Company offer their customers a wide r>