The “Field” is a local tribute to the fallen heroes of Cibola County. What began as a small effort of 500 crosses has now grown to more than 1,000 memorials.

The Village of Milan Board of Trustees passed a number of resolutions to further the economic growth of Milan, Grants and Cibola County at a meeting on May 17; all of the trustees were in attendanc

A wild brush fire, dubbed as the Los Alamitos fire, began near Los Alamitos Heights on May 14. The cause is under investigation, according to Fire and Rescue Chief Robert Hayes.


It is with great appreciation and humility that I am writing to thank a number of people who rushed to my assistance on Monday during the Los Alamitos Fire. First and foremost a huge thank you goes

Qualifications. Now, here is a word that means a lot but is seldom put to the test. What does it mean to be qualified?

When Paul Harris started Rotary in 1905, his goal was to have professionals working together to serve the local community.


Laguna-Acoma High School said good bye to its graduating class last Saturday morning, including its 2018 Athletes of the Year in Andrew Corley and Nia Chino.

“We did pretty good this year,” said retiring Grants High School varsity coach James Wheeler when asked to sum up his season.

RIO RANCHO, N.M. – Laguna- Acoma’s entry into the final weekend of the 3A state baseball tournament ended against the top-ranked Texico Wolverines last Wednesday morning.


Amita and Kade Elkins, a local husband and wife, since 1996 have dreamed about taking their passion of brewing craft beer to the next level.

Fun in the sun The Grants Head Start took its students to the Albuquerque Zoo this past week.

Lauren Martinez is a senior at Grants High School, she is preparing herself for college, competing against scores of other seniors for scholarships.


Memorial services for Ginger Salazar, 58, of Milan, N.M. will be held on Tuesday, May 29, 2018, 1 p.m. at Compassion Mortuary. Burial will follow at Grants Memorial Park.

David Wayne Hatcher, known as “Dr.” Dave in the car audio profession, passed away April 18, 2018. He is mourned by wife: Lynda Cato Hatcher of the family home in Wildomar, Calif., survived by child

Services for Robert Dutcher, 72, will be May 29, 2018, at 10 a.m.

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