This years la Reina and Don Juan de Oñate! ¡Qué Viva la gente del valle de Española! Photo after the crowning and dubbing of Candace Vargas and Jerry Abeyta. It was a beautiful mass and ceremony. Fiestas del Valle de Española! July 13, 14, and 15th! See you all there! ¡Qué Viva la c ¡Qué Viva la [...]
Every politician knows that the road to winning New Mexico is through KDCE Radio. Last week KDCE Radio and KYBR hosted Senate candidate Heather Wilson.
And the nominees are….. The NMHEA would like to Congratulate all of the 2012 Award Nominees. For a complete list visit www.nmhea.org We also would like to congratulate Ivon Ulibarri and Cafe Mocha, Dan Mayfield, and The Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce! To purchase your tickets for the show visit www.nmhea.org. New Mexico Hispano Entertainers Association www.nmhea.org [...]
“Be a Dad!” | Fr. Larry Richards | Adapted and excerpted from Be a Man! Becoming the Man God Created You to Be | Ignatius Insight You are going to die! It doesn’t matter how rich we are, or how popular we are, or how powerful we are: we are all going to “kick the [...]
The staff at KDCE and KYBR want to wish our “dads” a happy Father’s Day. Thanks dad for that you do and have done for us.
Today, we celebrate the 237th birthday of our Army. For 237 years, our Soldiers, Civilians and Families have been the strength of our Nation in peace and at war. Today, America’s Army is engaged in nearly 150 countries around the world, on 6 of 7 continents, with over 94,000 Soldiers deployed today and 94,000 forward [...]
By Staff Sgt. Rick Scavetta, U.S. European Command SAINTE-MERE-EGLISE, France (June 6, 2012) — When Eugene Cook jumped into Normandy during the predawn hours of June 6, 1944, he landed several miles from his intended drop zone. Alone in the dark French countryside, the young 101st Airborne Division paratrooper from Georgia assembled his rifle, got [...]
Secretary of State website New Mexico Coverage of Elections
Producer, director, actors discuss their roles in bringing the Cristero history to the big screen. HOLLYWOOD — When the film For Greater Glory opens this weekend, it will tell the largely unknown story of religious persecution that occurred in our own hemisphere within the past century. The Mexican-made movie tells the tale of the Cristero [...]