Richard Fresquez, left, talks with Betty Montoya and her grandchildren, Lisa Jaye Gandert, 1, and Herminio Espinoza, 12, at her home in Encinal
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New owner Kayvan Khalatbari at the castle-like, 1930s-era El Raton theater last week on North 2nd St. in Raton. (Andy Stiny/For the
Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal Those who walked into El Raton theater in 1930 to see the grand opening showing of Warner Brothers “Song of
Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal Imagine getting a letter from a collection agency saying your outstanding medical debt had been paid off and
A view of the private land that would be acquired by Carlsbad Caverns National Park if Congress approves the Interior Department’s proposed budget.
A highlight of the Los Alamos ScienceFest is an update on NASA’s ‘Lucy’ mission, a space vehicle that will soon blast off to explore
Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal New Mexico’s new recreational marijuana law that went into effect last week recognizes that the War on Drugs
Rosemary Gover watches the Isotopes, with restrictions, in May. Professional sports teams can now welcome fans back at full capacity. (Roberto E.
A new law that takes effect today, July 1, bans the sale of miniature bottles of alcohol at convenience and liquor stores, among other changes.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Walsh Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE – Albuquerque retired teacher and ultramarathon runner
In this 2017 file photo, House Minority Whip Rod Montoya, R-Farmington, presents a bill to the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee at the
LANL scientists are working to improve hydrogen cell technology in a bid to boost efficiency. (Courtesy of Los Alamos National Laboratory) Copyright
Megaflashes can now be identified across the globe with the use of geostationary satellites. (Courtesy of Los Alamos National Laboratory) Copyright
Tony Casados adjusts a pivot sprinkler on his ranch in Ensenada north of Tierra Amarilla. Casados irrigates 120 acres of grass to feed his cattle,
The Colorado Rockies sell a bratwurst that’s made with Hatch (New Mexico) green chile. ( T.S. Last/Albuquerque Journal) Colorado and New Mexico