Bird Walk Sponsored by Wild Birds Unlimited
By Sandra West
PAJARITO ENVIRONMENTYAL EDUCATION CENTER
One of the best ways to begin bird watching is by looking for the birds you see and hear every
Thunderstorm Interrupts First Football
Game of the Season in the Jemez
JEMEZ DAILY POST
The first football game of the season took place at the Jemez Valley Public Schools sports field this Saturday, where the Jemez Valley
Calls for Open Government in New Mexico
A trend for secretiveness in government is coming to a head, and is being challenged by open government and other
Not all Potatoes are Created Equal
By Jennifer Olson
JEMEZ SPRINGS FARMERS MARKET
Potatoes have gotten a bad rap over the years, with many people associating them with weight gain.
Happy Centennial Celebration
By Susan Newton
NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION
It’s been 100 years in the making. We’ve been counting it down all year. We’ve raised $100,000 over the last 100 days.
Walatowa High Charter School Gets an A
for the Second Year in a Row
Another successful year at the Walatowa High Charter School (WHCS) has seen the school receive an A grade from the New Mexico Department of
Events at the Nature Center in September
PAJARITO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER
Thursday, September 1
Practice yoga with Christa Tyson at the nature center, where you have a great view of nature.
Not at the Mercy of Hollywood Any More Native American
and New Mexican Film Production Takes Off
INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS
James Lujan of Taos Pueblo, Department Chair of Cinematic Arts & Technology at the Institute of
Free Entry and Special Activities at Bandelier
By Chris Judson
BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT
In August 25 back in 1916, then-President Woodrow Wilson authorized the creation of a new agency, the National Park Service (NPS). Under its first
Death Penalty in New Mexico Looms as Election Issue
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has announced that she will propose to make the reintroduction of the death penalty in New Mexico one
Fourth Friday Movie and Book Group at
the Jemez Springs Public Library This Week
By Janet Phillips
Director, JEMEZ SPRINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY
Every fourth Friday of the month is free movie night at the Jemez Springs Public Library.
News from the Cañon Water Association
By Jon Bull
CAÑON WATER ASSOCIATION
Intimate Details and Hidden Aspects
The Jemez Daily Post Site is Down
What has been desccribed as "temporary difficulties", might actually be a more serious problem for this publication.
Your Farmers Market
JEMEZ SPRINGS FARMRRS MARKET
Do you realize that most of the produce on the grocers shelf is at least a week old, and some of it has been in cold storage close to a year?
Sometimes, you get fruits and
Ride the Railrunner to Mountain West Brew Fest in
and to Burning of Zozobra in Santa Fe
By Augusta Meyers
To kick off Labor Day Weekend festivities, the New Mexico Rail Runner Express will adjust the train schedule
Jemez Residents Invited to
Jemez Ranger District Open House
Residents of the Jemez Valley will have an opportunity to have questions answered and to interact with the rangers representing the different departments
Attorney General Acts Against
Mortage Assistance Relief Scam
NEW MEXICO OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
New Mexico Consumers in Financial Distress Targeted by Scam.
Attorney General Hector Balderas announced Monday that the Office of the
Temples Tigers and Tak-taks
A Mountaineer’s Story
The Los Alamos Mountaineers meeting on Tuesday, August 23 presents adventurer Melissa Bartlett who will detail her month-long trek
Beyond the Sea: Paseos Adentro
Betsie Miller-Kusz Paintings
By Betsie Miller-Kusz
JEMEZ FINE ART GALLERY
As humans, our most difficult concept to accept seems to be change.
Film News from Local Productions
JKEMEZ DAILY POST
“Our crews and facilities are some of the best in the world," says Santa Fe Mayor Javier M.
Closing Down Big Firing Operations, (Managed) Burns and
Lifting Bans on Small (Authorized) Open Burns in Sandoval
We are all no doubt aware that recently it has been raining here and there now and then.
Ecology, Evolution and Astrophysics at UNM-Los Alamos
When Fall Semester classes at UNM-Los Alamos begin on August 22, one class will be offered that has not been available for a few years. This fall, Dr.
Controlled Burn on Virgin Mesa Cancelled
SANTA FE NATIONAL FOREST
Fire managers on the Santa Fe National Forest have decided to cancel plans to conduct firing operations on the Virgin Fire. A significant amount of rain fell on the fire today.
Jemez Independence Day Celebrated in the Jemez
Celebration of the 1680 Pueblo Revolt stretched between Walatowa and Giusewa in the Jemez Valley on a beautiful Sunday morning.
A Few Shots From Town
The purpose of being in town is, after getting strapped into the passenger seat of the vehicle, to gaze enthralled at the wondrous goings on in the big city.
And then to mangle those
Big Expansion of Fire on Virgin Mesa Planned
Management of the Virgin Fire has transferred from the Jemez Ranger District
Big $s Rehabilitate Thousands of Forest Acres
and Create Hundreds of Jobs
By Julie Anne Overton
CORRECTION: The story below refers to CFRP grants that have not yet been finalized and awarded.
It Was a Hail of a Week
As much as we relish the monsoons finally arriving, it has caused havoc for many of our growers.
Interactive Map Advises Jemez Residents
of Postwildfire Hazards
US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Not the perfect spot to pitch your tent.
A new interactive map and companion report from the U.S.