Articles by April, 2017

The Forgotten Governor

by Administrator on 10 April, 2017

Historical

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R.C. Dillon and his contributions to Torrance County and New Mexico, elected the eighth governor of New Mexico in 1927, seems to have been that rare type of politician that worked hard to keep his campaign promises. Continue reading →

From Fire Detection to Communications Transmission
The Four Hills of the Apocalypse

by Administrator on 10 April, 2017

Historical

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An historical look at the 4 hill area of Albuquerque NM Continue reading →

Dorothy Neeley Cole

by Administrator on 10 April, 2017

Historical

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Dorothy Neeley Mountainair Historian and Musician Continue reading →

The Play’s the Thing (2016)

by Administrator on 11 April, 2017

Attractions

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The East Mountain Centre for Theatre offers year-round cultural enrichment Continue reading →

In Great Spirits

by Administrator on 11 April, 2017

Wine & Beer Recommendations

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Holiday wine and beer recommendations by Brian Tillery at Triangle Grocery. Continue reading →

Rock Art and Inscriptions of the Sandia Mountains

by Administrator on 11 April, 2017

Turquoise Tails

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Pictographs, petroglyphs, and other carvings found in the Sandia Mountains. Continue reading →

Tajique’s First Teacher

by Administrator on 11 April, 2017

Historical

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A Fascinating Glimpse Into Small-Town Life. In 1890, 21-year-old Mabel Sibley Jones became the first teacher in the small frontier town of Tajique in the New Mexico Territory Continue reading →

The Watermelon Mountain Jug Band

by Administrator on 11 April, 2017

Attractions

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The Watermelon Mountain Jug Band Still Making a Happy Noise Continue reading →

Elevating the Clay

by Administrator on 11 April, 2017

Artists Profiles

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The Ceramic Art of Tatiana Hunter Continue reading →

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