Ninth Annual Historic Canyon Road Paint and Sculpt Out Was held this past weekend
According to the Canyon Road Arts District, "Every year, on the third Saturday of October, hundreds of artists bring paint, easels, clay, carving tools, fire, fibers, beads, precious metals, and stone to Canyon Road for this iconic event. Continuing a hundred year tradition, artists line the road to create new work "en plein air" and involve onlookers in the process.
The natural beauty of the pure mountain air, the ethereal quality of the light, and the clear vistas have proven an irresistible draw to artists for more than a century. The Paint & Sculpt Out brings together all these elements
HS updated Football Schedule
Week One Results: Indian School 28, Cuba 14
St. Michael’s 23, Santa Fe HS 12
Goddard 61, Capital 7
Week Two Results: Wingate 28, Indian School 26
St. Michael’s 20, Capital 18
Week Three Results: Capital 37, Santa Fe HS 6
McCurdy 38, Indian School 0
Moriarty 20, St. Michael’s 7
Week Four Results: Taos 35, Santa Fe HS 34
Portales 41, St. Michael’s 13
The Associated Students of Northern New Mexico College
Regular meeting: Monday, Oct. 17. 9am
Boardroom at the NNMC campus
921 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, New Mexico.
President Bailey will be present.
Santa Fe Table Tennis Club Open
The 4th annual Santa Fe Open was held this past weekend at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center
This year's event featured activities of interest to seniors, beginner, and intermediate players. The Open included the Women's Open on Sunday morning; Women's Doubles, Sunday afternoon; and a 65+ Senior event, Sunday morning.
Udall, Heinrich, Lujan Grisham to Celebrate Construction of El Cabo Wind Farm, Economic Benefits of Renewable Energy in NM
Oct. 17, 10am
Estancia Valley Economic Development Association Magnum Steel Buildings
2515 NM-333, Moriarty, NM
U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich and U.S. Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham will celebrate the construction of El Cabo Wind Farm in Torrance County, a 298-megawatt project anticipated to be one of the largest wind projects in New Mexico upon completion. Avangrid Renewables, a company involved in all phases of wind development, has resumed full construction of the 56,000 acre project, which is located on private and state
Tourism Santa Fe: Santa Fe Independent Film Fest
October 19 to October 23
The Santa Fe Independent Film Fest is presenting films, panels, discussions, and parties in the heart of downtown Santa Fe.
Inside New Mexico’s Hatch Green Chile Obsession
Every fall, the southwestern state smells like (fire-roasted) green spirit. David Tanis explores the fiery pepper that’s come to define the local cuisine
By David Tanis
October 13, 2016
It’s not hard to get hooked on New Mexico green chile—it happened to me when I lived in Santa Fe, and it’s not a habit I’m likely to quit.
The stuff is is everywhere in New Mexico, a normal part of daily life and the local fare. You’ll have green chile with your breakfast eggs. Your chicken enchiladas will be topped with green chile. And green chile stew made with pork, beef or lamb is part of your weekly rota
Manufacturing Day at the Santa Fe Incubator
Tuesday, Oct. 18. 3:30pm to 5pm
It's Manufacturing Day at the Incubator. Chat with SFBI clients HoneyMoon Brewery & Superior Casting Services, check out some 3D Printing in the Archimedes Lab, and take a look at a few available light manufacturing and warehouse units. See what Santa Fe is Making!
The Real Reason People Do Not Believe in Jesus Christ
He who covers his sins will not prosper, but whoever confesses and forsakes them will have mercy.
— Proverbs 28:13
People offer up many excuses as to why they will not come to Christ—why they won't come to church with you—why they ask you to not even talk about Jesus.
Want to know what it really is?
They don't want to turn from their sin.
John 3:19–20 says, "And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his dee
Nickolas Muray, Frida Kahlo on White Bench, New York (2ndEdition)
1939, Color Carbon Print
Spanish Colonial Arts Society: Make Friends with Frida
Penelope Hunter-Stiebel, curator of "Mirror Mirror: Photographs of Frida Kahlo" will introduce you to this exciting exhibition which will open at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art in May 2017.
Join us for drinks and tapas at the Museum Hill Café on November 1, at 5:30pm and be part of the plans for this very special show.
RSVP to Valerie Kendall at 505-982-2226, ext. 106
LANB Leads The Effort To "Stuff The Truck"
On Friday Oct. 14, KSWV Que Suave Radio joined Los Alamos National Bank, Hutton Broadcasting and The Food Depot to “Stuff The Truck”.
Los Alamos National Bank, located at 3674 Cerrillos Road, led the effort to collect non-perishable food items, personal care, pet food, and household products.
According to The Food Depot, “Hunger is a growing crisis in New Mexico. It is often hidden, but it affects one of every five people and one of every three children in our state.”
Que Suave Radio made a donation to The Food Depot that will serve 400 meals.
More information on how to donate to The Food Depo
Fall Festival at Ute Lake State Park
Logan, NM: Fall is in the air with golden hues in the sky and warm sunshine at Ute Lake State Park this month. The Logan Ute Lake Chamber of Commerce invites everyone to come out and enjoy Fall Festival this Saturday, October 15 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Ute Lake State Park’s Yucca Campground.
Activities will include a chili cook-off, pumpkin decorating contest, face-painting and hayrides! Prizes will be awarded. This is perfect time of year to come out and enjoy some family fun activities and camping during the crisp, fall weather at Ute Lake State Park. This reservoir on the Canadian River is one o
Students in the 2016 Diagnosing Plant Disorders class in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University will help the community at an outreach event Monday, Oct. 24, at NMSU’s Fabian Garcia Science Center. From 1:30-5:20 p.m., participants may bring in plant specimens and learn from the students about plant health, growing plants and maintaining plants. (Courtesy photo)
NMSU students to diagnose plant disorders at outreach event Oct. 24
By Darrell J. Pehr, 575-646-3223, email@example.com
If you are having trouble with your yard, garden or houseplants, a group of New Mexico State University students may have the
Santa Fe Board of County Commissioners Proclaims October 16 as World Food Day
The Santa Fe County Board of County Commissioners proclaimed October 16, 2016 as World Food Day in Santa Fe County. World Food Day, celebrated in more than 150 countries, promotes worldwide awareness of the importance of food security and the need to make nutritious food available to those who suffer from hunger. World Food Day is a global celebration on October 16th to promote awareness of the importance of food security and the need to make nutritious food available to those who suffer from hunger.
The spirit of World Food Day is central to the goals and actions laid out in the Santa Fe Food
Museums of Ghost Ranch Announce New Exhibit
Ladies of the Canyons
October 22, 2016 – October 21, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 22, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Florence Hawley Ellis Museum of Anthropology
Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, New Mexico
Ghost Ranch's site
Ladies of the Canyons is an exhibit based on Lesley Poling-Kempes’ book of the same name that tells the true stories of remarkable women from the East Coast, among the
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 Oct. 7. Lake levels and stream flows.
Catches of the week:
Chama River: Van Rocco of Albuquerque caught a 24-inch, 3.75-pound brown trout Oct. 9. He was using a Blue Fox spinner.
Elephant Butte Lake: Justin Armenta of Dona Ana caught and released a 6.58-pound largemouth bass Oct. 5. He w
No surprise Tim Tebow came to baseball fan's rescue while fan was having a seizure
That’s Tim, with another good deed for someone who has always has been an ideal special athlete, devoted to the Christian faith and all that he believes in, that’s him
By ARNIE LESHIN
Tim Tebow stands alone. He has never been involved in a controversy, unless you consider “Tebowing” a controversy. Yes, that’s the way this country has become, tackling, putting a hit on religion.
“Tebowing”, well that’s what the Heisman Trophy winner, two-time national champion, author, inspirational speaker, is all about. He’s a man of Christian faith, doesn’t drink, smoke
NMSU receives USDA grant to expand agricultural education program to 18 pueblos
New Mexico State University's Rural Agricultural Improvement and Public Affairs Project is expanding its Pueblo Beginning Farmers and Ranchers program to 18 pueblos after receiving a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program. During the first phase of the program farmers and ranchers from the southern pueblos received training such as pictured here as they built a hoop house to extend the growing season on one of the farms. (NMSU photo by Jane Moorman)
By Jane Moorman, 505-249-0527, firstname.lastname@example.org
Palmas Classes Start This Thursday at El Flamenco de Santa Fe
Come & learn how to play accompanying Palmas for flamenco song & dance with Entreflamenco at the Santa Fe School of Flamenco.
Special class series start this Thursday, October 13 and runs through November 17. Students will be invited to participante in a showcase the 1st week of December. Class is for all ages and all levels of dance goers, musicians, aficionados, etc.
$75 (6 class sessions)
SFSF Students $50 (6 class sessions).
Reserve your space NOW!
EL FLAMENCO DE SANTA FE
135 W. Palace 2nd floor
Tel. (505) 209-1302
Monse Camarena scores five, Tiana Baca three, St. Michael's soccer in 10-2 district win over visiting Taos
Head coach Gerzain Chavez makes sure all his Lady Horsemen got to play; second half defense was solid
By ARNIE LESHIN
A good indication of how well the St. Michael's girl's soccer team is playing?
Well, just check out its last two matches, both against District 2-4A opponents at the Christian Brothers Athletic Complex.
On Tuesday, Las Vegas Robertson took the field chili-red hot with seven straight victories. Lady Horsemen 9, Cardinals 0. So much for that win streak.
Then on Thursday, Taos paid a visit on a sunny, but breezy afternoon wi
Southwest Care Center Radio Broadcast Series
Tune in to KSWV Que Suave Radio 99.9 FM / 810 AM every second and fourth Wednesday at 8am for Southwest Care Center's radio broadcast.
Learn more information: Southwest Care.
At A Glance
Southwest CARE Center:
Health Care Every Person Deserves
- Founded in 1996, Southwest CARE Center (SCC) is well known as a center of excellence for the care and treatment of people living with HIV in New Mexico. SCC is the largest provider of treatment for people living with Hepatitis C in northern New Mexico. SCC is the largest clinical research site in New Mexico for studies of
Mountain Lion encounter
A cougar was seen by a jogger at approximately 12:30 this afternoon on a popular walking trail in-between Santa Fe High School and St. Francis Drive.
Although human-cougar encounters are relatively rare, the Santa Fe Police Department, Animal Services Division advises to be aware of their surroundings and to take precautions to avoid encounters with large predators.
Lions generally are attracted to communities for food. They are most active from dusk to dawn, although they sometimes travel and hunt in daylight. Lions prefer to eat deer; however, they also kill elk, small mammals, livestock and a variety of domestic animals such as dogs and ca
US 285 Paving Operations - North of Tres Piedras
The New Mexico Department of Transportation began paving operations on US 285 from mile marker 392.3 to mile marker 398.8 approximately nine miles north of Tres Piedras. This roadway improvement project is scheduled to be completed early November 2016; weather permitting.
Starting October 7, the contractor will be working Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The US 285 northbound and southbound lanes will be reduced to one lane. There will be a pilot car and flagger operation guiding traffic through the work zone. Traffic can expect delays during this time.
Cutler Repaving, Inc. out of Kansas is the c
The Sangre de Cristo fundraiser concert
October 22. Come join us for this event. Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. This fundraiser is to help people who can't afford to bury their loved ones, your support is greatly appreciated.
Santa Fe County Expands New Adult Detention Facility Re-Entry Team
Agencies Partner to Assist Inmates in Finding Services Upon Release
Santa Fe County announces an enhanced partnership between the Santa Fe County Community Services and Public Safety Departments for the funding and development of a Re-Entry team to assist high risk inmates with reintegration issues upon release from the Santa Fe County Adult Detention Facility. The Re-Entry Team, which is currently comprised of two Re-Entry Specialist positions, will receive new funding for a third member. The new Re-Entry Specialist will provide mental health screening and assist high risk inmates in obtaining medical,
Santa Fe Indigenous People's Day on The Plaza
An Evening with Nell Newman
Nell Newman on Organic Philanthropy
Thursday, Oct. 13, 7 pm. Santa Fe Community Convention Center. $20.00
5:30pm 2016 Mayor's Sustainability Awards: Free and open to public
Tickets for Nell Newman on Sale through the Lensic Box Office
Daughter of actors Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, and Creator and Co-founder of Newman's Own Organics: The Second Generation with her father.
Steeped in a family that fostered a deep passion for food and the environment, Nell Newman convinced her father to go organic by making an entire Thanksgiving di
NMSU Alumni Association: Texas A&M Alumni Tailgate
Join President Carruthers '64 at the Battle of the Aggies alumni tailgate for the NMSU at Texas A&M football game.
Saturday, October 29. $20.00 per person
Meet two hours prior to kickoff
756 Houston St, College Station, TX 77843
Tailgate location, section 9 and 17
Televisions will be at the tailgate to watch the game from the comfort of the NMSU alumni tailgate lounge.
Food and drinks included
Please RSVP by Friday, Oct. 21.
For game tickets, please contact the NMSU ticket office at (575) 646-1420.
For more information, please contact the Alu
Del Norte Credit Union's October Member Update
Get pre-approved now for our special sale with Garcia Buick GMC of Santa Fe October 13th-15th. Get 90 days until your first payment* and rates as low as 1.74% APR**with approved credit. These rates are good only for the 3 days of the sale, so be ready to buy.
With approved credit. **Annual Percentage Rate with approved credit.
Do you live or work in Los Alamos? Del Norte Credit Union is hosting the Los Alamos Chamber Business After Hours in honor of International Credit Union Day, which falls on October 20th this year. Come for door prizes, goodies (while supplies last) and good company.
Call for candid
Thursday in Santa Fe: Udall to Lead Discussion on Campaign Finance Reform
Thursday, Oct. 13, 5:30 pm
Santa Fe’s Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse
202 Gallisteo Street
U.S. Senator Tom Udall will lead a roundtable discussion titled, “Returning Democracy to We the People: A Discussion About Money in Politics,” with Viki Harrison, executive director of Common Cause New Mexico, and Bruce Berlin of Santa Fe, author of “Breaking Big Money’s Grip on America.” League of Women Voters New Mexico President Meredith Machen will moderate the discussion about the urgent need to reform our nation’s campaign finance system, including a complete overhaul of our
KSWV and SportsPrimo Team to Broadcast High School Sports
Saturday Footballl highlights between the St. Michael's Horsemen and the Taos Tigers is brought to you by Capitol Ford Santa Fe. Listen to all the games on KSWV 810 AM / 99.9 FM in Santa Fe. You can also watch them on
Sheriff's Office Promotions and Retirements
Photo credit: Santa Fe Sheriffs Department
Sheriff Robert A. Garcia announced the promotions of Deputies Edward Webb and Joshua David, September 30, 2016, during a promotion ceremony at the sheriff's office.
Corporal Edward Webb was promoted to the rank of sergeant and Detective Joshua David was promoted to the rank of corporal. The promotions of both men were attended by their colleagues, families and friends.
Also recognized at the ceremony was Sheriff's Sgt. Daniel Chavez who retired from the Sheriff's Office after 20 years with the agency. Sgt. Chavez headed up the sheriff's community supports servic
Santa Fe County Behavioral Health Facility by The National Latino Behavioral Health Association
The opportunity to expand and build up behavioral health services in Santa Fe County will be brought before the voters on Nov. 8th in the General Obligation Bond. Two questions on a behavioral health facility and an advisory question on using GRT funds to provide behavioral health services. Addiction, mental illness, suicide and overdose deaths have taken their toll on our families and friends. Attend a community education meeting to learn more about this GO Bond to address this widespread public health issue. Also visit Santa Fe County GO Bond Facebook page.
The Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce After Hours
Join our October Business After Hours at HUB International Santa Fe for an excellent opportunity to make contact with potential clients and customers and strengthen ties with existing connections while visiting and enjoying refreshments. Have a chance to check out the gorgeous new offices of SFHCC Corporate Sponsor HUB International Insurance!
Congratulations to St Michael's High School 2016 Homecoming King and Queen, Adam Tupler Jocelyn Fernandez!
Photo Credit: St. Michael's High School.
Santa Fe National Forrest prescribed burn
Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest are planning to conduct the previously announced Santa Fe Watershed prescribed burn as early as next week if conditions, including fuel moisture levels, air quality and weather forecasts, are favorable.
The window for hand and aerial ignitions on the 2,435-acre treatment area, located just north of McClure Reservoir, could open as early as Wednesday, Oct. 12, and run through Friday, Oct. 21. A total of three days of ignitions are planned and small blocks may be treated daily to minimize smoke impacts on local communities.
Dollars 4 Schools
Making Strides against Breast Cancer
More then $50,000 raised 4 Santa Fe kids by the Dollars 4 Schools event! 100% of proceeds go directly to classrooms to support teachers and programs for kids.
Making Strides against Breast Cancer
On Saturday Mayor Javier Gonzales joined Councilors Ives, Villarreal, and Dominguez for the Making Strides against breast cancer walk. The Mayor said, "Together we can over come this terrible cancer and win"!
It Starts with the Family
By Greg Laurie
Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the Lord your God is giving you. —Exodus 20:12
Few things in life can bring us as much pleasure or pain as our families. When things are working well in the family, it's great. When things are not going so well, it's tough. Parents have tension with children. Children have tension with parents. Husbands have tension with wives. Wives have tension with husbands. Then there are the in-laws. Families are complex. But God established the family.
In the Ten Commandments, before a word is said about how we treat one another, God starts
Christus St. Vincent: Outpatient Therapy Services (Sports Medicine)
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Sports Medicine. Physical, Occupational, Hand Speech Therapy, and Integrative Medicine for Adults and Kids
Our 10,000 square-foot Sports Medicine Center complex is staffed by exemplary professionals specializing in the design and administration of personalized rehabilitative programs. We are equipped to enhance the quality of life through prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries and diseases. Our custom programs focus on helping each patient achieve individual goals to enjoy a full life.
- Speech Therapy