August 19th, 2014 at 10:47 am by prestonyeung under Latest Posts
The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a DWI sobriety checkpoint on Thursday, Aug. 21.
Deputies will conduct the checkpoint in central Santa Fe County and will be looking for impaired drivers and stepping up enforcement of all traffic infractions.
Sheriff Robert A. Garcia reminds the motoring public not to drink and drive, obey the speed limit and make sure that every passenger in the vehicle is properly restrained with an appropriate passenger restraint device.
August 19th, 2014 at 10:44 am by prestonyeung under Latest Posts
The annual Pooch Plunge event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, featuring a day of swimming exclusively for dogs before the pool closes for the season.
The cost to take part in the event is $5 for the first dog, $8 for two dogs, $12 for three dogs and $16 for four or more dogs. Payment (cash only) will be accepted the day of the event at Haynes Pool, 2006 Grande Blvd.
In addition, the neighboring Haynes Park will feature an adoption event and donation drive for animal shelters coordinated by Pet Food Gone Wild.
August 19th, 2014 at 8:46 am by prestonyeung under Latest Posts
The Santa Fe School of Cooking, which has taught the pleasures of spicy Southwestern cooking to thousands of people, will mark its 25th anniversary this December with the publication of a spectacular new cookbook, “Celebrating the Foods of New Mexico.”
In its 25 years, The School of Cooking has helped visitors explore the unique cuisine of Santa Fe whilst also emphasizing the importance of local farmers, ingredients and products.
The cookbook features dozens of photographs and illustrations for the School of Cooking’s recipes, past and present such as carne adovada, grilled mushroom and roasted green chile salad.
You can check out the Santa Fe School of Cooking here»
August 19th, 2014 at 7:06 am by manettenewbold under Latest Posts
There’s a brand new upper terminal building at Sandia Crest, and there’s a ribbon cutting ceremony to launch it Tuesday.
Guests need to gather early so they can catch the 9:30 tram car to ascent to the top for the 10 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony.
This new upper terminal building is designed to resist all kinds of weather and high winds.
August 18th, 2014 at 5:14 pm by prestonyeung under Latest Posts
New Mexico United Blood Services says it’s in dire need of type “O” blood.
They’re encouraging blood donors to help out during the final weeks of August.
Only 6 percent of the population has O negative blood. But patients of all blood types can safely receive it.
If you want to make an appointment to donate blood, go to the website here»