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New Seed Plants from Garden Bureau Adapt to Corrales

Collectors rejoice! New selections are perfect for our climate and conditions.

New-plant mavens who live in the desert sometimes despair that the selections in any given year simply will not thrive here. The Garden Bureau brings happy news this fall. I’ve chosen six of their members’ brand new offerings – four edibles, three ornamentals – that will love it here. All of these plants are suitable…

Silver Leaf Branches Out With The Farm Stand

Local Growers Open Retail Space Along Corrales Road

By Devin D. O’Leary Silver Leaf Farms has been a locally owned source for fresh produce in Corrales for the past 12 years. The farm grows USDA Certified Organic and pesticide-free vegetables for local farmers’ markets, fine restaurants, premium grocers and schools located throughout the Albuquerque/Santa Fe area. The folks behind Silver Leaf Farms have…

Sandoval Regional Medical Center Receives $1.5M Grant for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program

UNM’s Sandoval Regional Medical Center received $1.5 million from Congress to jumpstart a new substance abuse and mental health program. The grant studies the effects of using peer support over telehealth in rural communities. “Not just Sandoval County, but other counties throughout the state,” said Jamie Silva-Steele, CEO & president of the UNM Sandoval Regional…

News-y

The adorable “lesser Goldfinches,” a name with which I take issue, are eatingevery Nyjer seed I can afford and more….as the temperature plummets. In thepast, I seem to recall their leaving for a few weeks as cold hit, but now I amhonor bound to keep them going. Ravens fly in low from the river each…

Anderson Parcel Could Be Good Move for Growers’ Market

Although the Village has been in negotiations for years to buy the three-acre Gonzales tract next to the bank, a different, lesser-known two-acre parcel next to the post office may be acquired as early as next month. The vacant land adjacent to the post office’s property line would be used to relocate the Corrales Growers’…

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“The tumult and the shouting dies…” Right? We are post-election, post-WorldSeries and sniffing around food-ish notions for this month’s major event.But first, I did indeed enjoy my early vote on Halloween. No line, a row ofsmiling poll workers, banter with the guy at table no. 7, a swift filling of the ballot,fully masked, cheers and…

Election Opens Commission Vacancy, Shuffles Bernalillo Reps

By Bill Diven When 2023 rolls around, the Sandoval County Commission may be a member short while the town of Bernalillo loses a longtime friend in the Legislature. Commissioner F. Kenneth “Ken” Eichwald, D-Cuba, told the Signpost he’ll submit his resignation to the governor effective Dec. 31. However, he won’t be leaving elective office. Instead…

Sadness In Los Ranchos

By Carolyn Carlson For many residents of the village of Los Ranchos, Judge Diane Albert was more than just their municipal judge. In many ways she was a bit of the spirit of Los Ranchos. When the news of the murder-suicide of Albert and her husband Eric Pinkerton made its way across the news and…

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