From left, Jack Sullivan, SFCC President Randy Grissom, Kathy Keith, Martha Romero, George Gamble and Linda Siegle.
SFCC Governing Board Installs New Member, Elects New Officers
Santa Fe Community College‘s Governing Board installed new members and elected officers at its regular monthly meeting on April 26. The meeting began with the swearing-in of new member George Gamble, Ph.D., by the Honorable Municipal Court Judge Virginia Vigil.
George Gamble, Position #2, is a cultural anthropologist retired from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he worked mainly in public health and medical research. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in cu>
The cultivation and cuisine of chile will be the theme of New Mexico State University's third annual Founder's Day April 26. (Courtesy photo)
NMSU's third annual Founders Day Picnic has theme of chile cultivation, cuisine
By Tiffany Acosta, 575-646-3929, firstname.lastname@example.org
New Mexico State University's third annual Founders Day will be celebrated Wednesday, April 26 featuring a picnic lunch from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Traders Plaza, south of the College of Business.
The event will go back to the roots of the university — literally — as the theme of chile cultivation and cuisine will include presentations about New Mexico chile pioneers>
Pete Martinez, State of NM Retiree and State Park Volunteer manages the reception desk at State Parks’ headquarters in Santa Fe
National Volunteer Appreciation Week April 23-29, 2017
We can't spell Vol_nteer without "U"!
Officials at New Mexico State Parks are sending out a big thank you to all their volunteers for their extraordinary service to New Mexico State Parks during National Volunteer Appreciation Week.
New Mexico State Parks (NMSP) has approximately 2,300 volunteers and Friends Group members and has 22 Friends Groups who support the parks. These groups and individuals are a vital component of NM State Park operations. The quality of the >
Del Norte Credit Union Employees Raise $4,510 for Bowl for Kids’ Sake and Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
Over 50 Credit Union employees bowl at Saturday’s event in Pojoaque
Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU), northern New Mexico’s hometown financial cooperative, is proud to announce a contribution of $4,510.00 to Bowl for Kids’ Sake, benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region. All but $500.00 of the sum was raised by employees – from themselves, credit union members and friends. In addition, over 50 credit union staff bowled on Saturday, April 22nd at Pojoaque’s Cities of Gold Lanes.
“I am proud that our employees are so committed >
Top left to right: Domingo Pablo Ortiz y Salazar, David Monserrat Jaramillo y Estrada, Marvin Gallegos y Mercure. Bottom: Hope Andrea Quintana, Jordan Epiphany Montoya y Aragon, and Jessica Sarah Luz Sisneros y Leyba
Six Santa Feans vying to be Fiesta Royalty
As Santa Fe prepares to commemorate the 305th Fiesta de Santa Fe, three men and three women will vie for the roles of Capitan General y Gobernador Don Diego de Vargas and La Reina de la Fiesta de Santa FeTM, respectively, at the annual Contest Selection, at 7:00 pm, Thursday, May 4, 2017 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. Admission to this event is $10. Tickets will be available at the door.
Espanola Valley hires two experienced head basketball coaches in Johnny Abeyta with the girls and James Branch with the boys in a new look for the basketball-crazy, fiery, supportive area
Abeyta won Santa Fe Indian School's first state girl's championship in 2005, Branch did the same at Questa
By ARNIE LESHIN
No notable news on the sports front from Santa Fe Indian School, but it did get some play when Espanola Valley hired its new boys and girls basketball head coaches Monday.
First Johnny Abeyta, who barely received any space after being announced to replace resigning Cindy Roybal with the girl's program. He has plenty of experience coaching the girls, i>
Orange Barrel Alert: Acequia Trail Underpass at St. Francis Drive
The City of Santa Fe's contractor - Vital Consulting Group, LLC is in its second week of installing concrete beams and approach slabs across St. Francis Drive. We anticipate that the northbound lanes will begin final paving operations as soon as the week of May 7th. Night time construction on St. Francis Drive begins at 7:00 PM and goes until 6:00 AM through the end of May 2017. The entire project is expected to be complete by end of September 2017.
Access to businesses and residences will remain open at all times. Vehicular traffic may experience nighttime delays through the project area. A segment of >
St. Michael's leads in District 2-4A baseball, but Taos and West Las Vegas still have hopes as the regular-season concludes on Saturday
Horsemen at Taos in Thursday doubleheader, home to Robertson in Saturday doubleheader
By ARNIE LESHIN
Las Vegas Robertson has won the most overall games, has scored the most runs (190), but can not expect to advance to the 4A state baseball tournament.
That will be either two or three teams from District 4, as first place St. Michael's, second place Taos and third place West Las Vegas head down the stretch.
Yes, the Cardinals are 15-9, but are 4-6 in district and have already lost twice to the Tigers, twice to the Do>
New Mexico Fishing Report
This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.
Catches of the week:
- Lake Alice: Nancy Sanchez of Raton caught a 21.75-inch rainbow trout April 19. She was using rainbow PowerBait.
- Eagle Nest Lake: Ron Sedall from Taos Fly >
The planet's oldest, biggest, best, the Penn Relays Carnival runs this weekend for the 122nd time at ancient Franklin Field in Philadelphia
It began in 1895 and never slows up as the athletes perform and the spectators roar for four days
COMMENTARY By ARNIE LESHIN
Nothing runs like the Penn Relays … not on this planet.
It's the oldest, biggest, most heralded track and field event. It brings together more athletes and fans than anywhere else.
Thursday, it runs for the 122nd time, beginning in 1895 where it has been each and every year, the City of Brotherly Love.. For the longest time, the site has been Franklin Field, only steps from the Universit>
May 11 Golf Tournament to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs Santa
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The B&GC Santa Fe/Del Norte is hosting the 6th Annual Isaac Jaramillo Memorial Golf Tournament on May 11 at the Links de Santa Fe Golf Club. All proceeds will benefit the B&GC. This annual event is successful because of donors like you who care about the youth of our community. We hope that you will consider being a Team Sponsor this year; I have attached the tournament flyer for your perusal. Should KSWV Radio wish to participate, simply complete the information as requested on the flyer and send your registration in directly to the BGC!
Christus St. Vincents: Pediatrics
Our Pediatricians are specialized to manage the health care of patients from birth through the age 18. They will focus on the physical, mental, and social health of your child throughout their growth and development.
For more information, please be sure to visit each of our practices web pages to learn more about the providers, staff, and specific services offered. We accept most major insurances.
Arroyo Chamiso Pediatrics
2025 S. Galisteo
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Office Hours: 8:00am-5:00pm, M-F
Walk-in Clinic Hours: 10:00am - 6:30pm M-F
Entrada Contenta Health Center
5501 Herrera Dr.
St. Michael's senior Amanda Marbough wins shot put, discus at Saturday's Taos Tiger Relays, Santa Fe Prep (4 x 200) and SF Indian School (sprint medley) win relays at Mark Shumate Invite
Braves' junior Jordan Moya winner of shot put, school record for SFHS freshman Rianna Varela in triple jump
By ARNIE LESHIN
While the seniors make their final run, there are underclassmen making their own statements.
One is Santa Fe High freshman Rianna Varela. She has already qualified in 6A for the state triple jump and long jump. At the two-day annual Richard Harper Memorial held at Albuquerque Academy, Varela settled for eighth in the long jump and third in the triple >
Sophomore Sam Sparks sharing the spotlight with senior Patrick Boyd as Santa Fe Prep's one-two track and field punch as A-3A schools prepare for the weekend district championships
Griffins come off Saturday Shumate meet in Albuquerque, St. Michael's Austin Luttrell and Justin Angel win distance races at Taos, SFHS sophomore River Edwards qualifies for state in 200 at the Harper
By ARNIE LESHIN
Patrick Boyd is having a stellar senior season for Santa Fe Prep after trading in last year for a semester in another land. He's arrived back as one of the better sprinters in the 100, 200 and 400 meters, and has qualified for state in all three.
He also tried the 8>
People begin to line up at the Musselshell chuck wagon out of Roundup, MT, for a taste of a traditional chuck wagon meal, 2014. Photo courtesy of: Quay County Sun, Thomas Garcia.
Chuck Wagon Cook-Off at Ute Lake State Park
Wagons from Texas and Colorado to Compete
Logan, NM — Ute Lake State Park visitors enjoy fishing and camping at this park, and they’ll be treated to a three-day Chuck Wagon Cook-Off sponsored by the Canadian River Renegades, beginning on Friday, April 28-April 30th.
Authentic Chuck Wagons will be traveling from Texas and Colorado to compete in this annual event. They will be judged on authenticity and the five food group>
Santa Fe High loses both ends of Saturday's District 2-6A doubleheader against visiting Albuquerque Manzano, finishes season at Albuquerque Eldorado in Saturday DH
Capital at Espanola Valley in 2-5A Saturday, no results but their JVs did play a dandy doubleheader Friday
By ARNIE LESHIN
The day before Saturday's District 2-6A doubleheader against visiting Albuquerque Manzano, Santa Fe High head coach Tony Martinez had some positive praise for Monarch's right-hander Mitchell Parker.
Well, he was right, the junior is good, so good that he tossed a 6-0 one-hitter over the Demons in game one, and Martinez now heads to Saturday's season-finale doubleheader at Al>
Capital High’s hopes for the post-season 5A softball tournament took a wrong turn in Saturday’s doubleheader defeat at District opponent Espanola Valley
At Santa Fe High Saturday, Demonettes drop pair to Albuquerque Manzano in District 2-6A
By ARNIE LESHIN
No brooms, but it was still Saturday sorrow for the softball teams of Capital and Santa Fe high schools.
Both suffered a double dip, the Demonettes at home to District 2-6A foe Albuquerque Manzano, 16-1 and 8-2. For the Jaguars, it was at District 2-5A rival Espanola Valley, 10-5 and 15-0.
For Santa Fe High, it’s the stretch run to another losing season, both overall now at 7-15 and 0-5 in d>
NM Dept. of Veterans Services to Unveil Tribute to New Mexico’s Fallen Vietnam Heroes
Friday, April 28 (10 a.m.)
Santa Fe, NMbr
Bataan Memorial Building (407 Galisteo St.)
Family members of those killed in action in the Vietnam War and all veterans are invited to attend an unveiling of a Tribute to New Mexico’s Fallen Vietnam Heroes display inside the Bataan Memorial Building in Santa Fe on Friday, April 28.
This special ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. in the main floor hallway in front of the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services, located at 407 Galisteo Street.
Free parking will be available in the South Capitol Parking Garage located ju>
Christus St. Vincents Heart and Vascular Services
The cardiovascular program at CHRISTUS St. Vincent integrates a complete range of diagnostic and treatment services.
Non-invasive testing begins using state-of-the-aart echo equipment, EKG and stress testing facilities. When further testing and cardiac catheterization are required, patients utilize our "high tech, high touch" cath lab facilities. Our cath lab is staffed by expert physicians and experienced staff who provide optimum personalized treatment.
An outstanding cardiac rehab department rounds out the program and enables patients to transition from acute care to continued wellness.
The CHRISTUS St. Vinc>
On Tuesday, April 25, Miss Indian World will be in Albuquerque to help kick-off the 2017 Gathering of Nations Powwow. Join Danielle Ta'Sheena Finn as she rides the New Mexico Rail Runner Express and visits with passengers along the way.
Please join Miss Indian World on Tuesday, April 25 on the following trains:
- #506 Northbound departing Downtown ABQ at 7:19 a.m. and arriving Sandoval/US 550 at 7:58 a.m.
- #509 Southbound departing Sandoval/US 550 at 8:14 a.m. and arriving Downtown ABQ at 8:45 a.m.
About Miss Indian World: