“I just found, this is where I belong. I didn’t know I was a small town guy till I moved to one. It has been so rewarding and I’m so grateful to the community and my patients.”Read More
John Dear has been volunteering with the department since 1988, and has served as chief for the past 27 years, beginning his tenure prior to the incorporation of the town in 2007Read More
by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor | Jun 23, 2022 | Education, News | 0
“She’s a force — a force for good, a force for the community. She inspires us to be our best selves.” – Cynthia Rooney, chancellor, UNM-Los Alamos campusRead More
“I love teaching and I love teaching kids,” Jolly said. “I’m going to miss this in a lot of ways. It’s just in some respects that now is the right time for me to stop.”Read More
SANTA FE — A Valencia County state representative is co-sponsoring legislation to repeal the tax...Read More
LOS LUNAS — Naithan Gurule always wanted to either be a police officer or a school teacher.
As he prepares to turn in his badge on Friday after 20 years of service as a police officer, and retiring as chief of police in Los Lunas, Gurule’s dream of making an impact in the lives of youth is soon to become a reality.
by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor | Nov 4, 2021 | News | 0
LOS LUNAS — As only the second magistrate for Valencia County Magistrate Division III, Judge John...Read More
by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor | Oct 31, 2019 | Education, News | 0
He always knew he’d be history. Growing up in the suburbs of New York City, Dr. Richard Melzer...Read More