Join us on Thursday, February 23 at 6 pm at Chimayo Elementary School for an evening of celebration, student entertainment, and raffle along with a delicious meal prepared and donated by Rancho de Chimayo.
Cost for adults is $20 and children under 12 eat for free! Tickets may be purchased at the door or by calling 505-351-4207.
New Mexico State University Floriculture Program students Hanah Rheay (left) and Donna Farmer prepare roses for a flower arrangement. (NMSU photo by Kristie Garcia)
NMSU floral students design their way into the future
By Kristie Garcia, 575-646-4211, email@example.com
You never know when you're going to need a centerpiece, houseplant, succulent or specialty floral arrangement. When you do, you may not need to look any further than the New Mexico State University Floriculture Program.
Students in the floriculture program and on the intercollegiate floral team are constantly working on floral projects as part of their learning process and to enhance >
Santa Fe Indian School girls roll in 5-5A, Espanola Valley drops non-district contest, Santa Fe High loses 2-6A, St. Michael's on for 2-4A
Sundevils lose at home to 6A Rio Rancho
By ARNIE LESHIN
Espanola Valley's girls took a break from district play in dropping Tuesday night's 54-44 non district test against 6A Rio Rancho High.
But Santa Fe Indian School had its way in 5-5A by taking to the road and overwhelming East Mountain, 73-38, in Sandia Park, while Santa Fe High fell at home in 2-6A, 57-40, against Albuquerque La Cueva, and St. Michael's lost on the road at Taos, 50-45, in overtime in 2-4A.
For the Sundevils, who sit a-top the 2-5A standings>
Heinrich Blasts Dakota Access Pipeline Decision, Stands Up For Tribal Sovereignty And Treaty Rights
"The arbitrary and capricious decision to grant the easement now ignores the rights of tribal governments, circumvents legal requirements, and stifles the voices of millions of people who have expressed concerns over the process to date."
"Granting this easement without meaningful tribal consultation, nor proper review of environmental impacts, is unlawful and morally unacceptable."
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) blasted the Trump Administration's approval of a final easement to build the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and its failure to u>
The Stream: Human Trafficking and Slavery
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Julie Correa, New Mexico State University assistant professor with the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, presents the new food safety regulations to 26 Cooperative Extension Service agents who were preparing for food protection manager certification. (NMSU photo by Jane Moorman)
NMSU Extension agents receive state's new food safety certification training
By Jane Moorman, 505-249-0527, firstname.lastname@example.org
The clock is ticking and time is running out for people who prepare food for the public to receive the newly required food safety certification.
The New Mexico En>
Tough loss for Santa Fe High boy's basketball in District 2-6A game with Albuquerque La Cueva
Demons tied for second in district with Bears
By ARNIE LESHIN
Albuquerque Eldorado leads the boy's basketball District 2-6A at 7-0 (16-5 overall and has won nine in a row, but don't judge the teams below it by their records.
Currently the Eagles and Santa Fe High are the only ones over .500 overall in the 6-school district, but in Tuesday night's 62-58 loss at Albuquerque La Cueva, the Demons learned you can't take anybody lightly as the Bears, only 9-12 overall, managed to tie them at 5-2 each for second place.
It was also the third straight win for La Cue>
Christus St. Vincent Laboratory Services
Hospital laboratories play an important role in patient care, supporting diagnosis and treatment. Speed and accuracy are often critical.
Resident of Northern New Mexico are fortunate in that a sophisticated laboratory is located in Santa Fe. CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Laboratory is a full-service laboratory that analyzes more than 900,000 specimens per year. Results on most routine tests are available in less than three hours!
To see our laboratory test catalog click here
Laboratory services and specialists can be found in four locations: