Editor’s Note: I wrote in La Jicarita about the stall of the Aamodt Settlement due to lack of federal funding and time constraints at the end of March of 2019. The cost estimate at that time, in 2018 dollars, was $421.4 million, with a $213.4 million funding gap: $160.2 million in federal funding and $53.2 […]
The State Engineer’s Office plans three public meetings to talk about the need for well owners to comply with an Oct. 3 deadline to install and operate flow meters for wells on the Nambe, Pojoaque, Tesuque and San Ildefonso pueblos. No water may be diverted after Oct. 3 from any groundwater diversion in the Nambé-Pojoaque-Tesuque […]
Every person is a winner in some method or the other however some of us stand one action ahead holding special trophies and awards in our hands. Whether a sporting event such as cricket, soccer, basketball, and so on, or film fare awards for all our brilliant stars and volunteers, all of them are valued […]
When I was preparing to write a review of Eric Perramond’s book, Unsettled Waters: Rights, Law, and Identity in the American West, I happened to read a review of Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s new book about Reconstruction in The New Yorker. In his review Adam Gopnik had this to say: “. . . the greatest […]
What historic Mesilla, New Mexico, lacks in size, it makes up for with history. The town was part of Spain, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederacy before joining the United States. Today the plaza at the center of the town is surrounded by unique boutiques and delicious restaurants. Here are the can’t-miss shops […]
NMDOT NEWS The New Mexico Department of Transportation continues pavement preservation remedial work on U.S. 84/285 from milepost 178.00 (Buffalo Thunder) to 182.00 (CR 109) just north of Nambe. The contractor will be milling the existing asphalt and then follow with a heater scarification overlay process. Tuesday May 14th– U.S. 84/285 northbound off-ramp to NM 502 […]
Reviewed By KAY MATTHEWS Land grant scholar Malcolm Ebright and State Historian Rick Hendricks have collaborated on another book, this time focusing on the history of Indian land and water sovereignty of five New Mexico and Texas pueblos: Pojoaque, Tesuque, Nambe, Isleta, and Ysleta del Sur. Pueblo Sovereignty: Indian Land and Water in New Mexico […]
The largest piece of ledger paper ever: A 60″ wide ledger from The County of SilverBow, State of Montana, for the Year 1894 with The Battle of the Little Big Horn in pictographs!
This week features more bringing nature inside, as well as another collection of small things (last week featured pine cones). I don’t know what it is about rocks (and seashells) – they call me and I seem to collect a variety wherever I go on vacation. This collection sits in a lovely Nambe silver heart-shaped […]
NMDOT NEWS The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) continues pavement preservation remedial work on U.S. 84/285 from milepost 178.00 (Buffalo Thunder) to 182.00 (CR 109 just north of Nambe). The contractor will be milling the existing asphalt and then follow with a heater scarification overlay process. On Monday & Tuesday May 6-7 – U.S. […]
I have been lazy about posting here – here is a little catchup… BTW: to anyone seeing this, you have an invitation to visit anytime!
13 ways to show Mom you love her this year, from some of my favorite brands.
The Santa Fe National Forest Service began a prescribed burn in Pacheco Canyon on Sunday. Officials had planned to begin ignitions earlier but delayed the burn due to weather conditions. The 500-acre area of the burn is adjacent to Forest Road 102, about six miles east of Tesuque Pueblo and three miles west of Ski […]
Mini chandeliers or maybe more popularly called chandelettes or small chandeliers are miniature versions in the larger light fittings, which are normally affecting huge mansions, hotels, palaces, and big houses. These miniature versions happen to be made remember the requirements people that do not plenty of space of their homes to the standard sized ones. […]
SANTA FE, NM – May 3, 2019 – After studying conditions, including fuel moisture levels, weather forecasts, air quality and wind direction, fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) today decided to delay the previously announced Pacheco Canyon prescribed burn until Sunday, May 5. Fire managers will continue to monitor conditions and will […]