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What Does $350 Million in IRS Budget Cuts Mean for Taxpayers? - Cibola Beacon
(NewsUSA) - Back in December of 2014, Congress passed a spending bill that will fund the government through September of 2015. That's good, right? No government shut-down. However, this spending bill includes yet another funding haircut for the IRS, which ...
5 Tips to Having a Happy, Healthy Heart - Cibola Beacon
(NewsUSA) - Everyone knows heart health is vital. Yet, more than 600,000 Americans die of heart disease every year -- or one in every four deaths -- according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. By arming yourself with information about ...
LED Technology Helping People See The World in a Whole New Light - Cibola Beacon
(NewsUSA) - People are not prone to change. We are creatures of habit, and even small sacrifices -- despite potentially handsome rewards -- can be difficult. Businesses are no different. Although LED technology has been around for decades, most companies ...
Ice Dams Put Homes at Risk for Termites - Cibola Beacon
(NewsUSA) - Winter is far from over, but it's not too soon for homeowners to begin thinking about all the damage that homes may have sustained from prolonged cold, snow and ice. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) warns that ice dams are one of ...
Windhorst -1st Day on the Job - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – “My first day was very good,” recalled Robert Windhorst. Laura Jaramillo, City of Grants manager, announced at the Jan. 14 Planning and Zoning meeting that Windhorst had been offered the code enforcer job, which he immediately accepted.
Landrum’s Home Raided, Facing Additional Charges - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – Patrick Landrum was arrested once again late Tuesday evening. However, this time, Landrum was arrested at his home on Austin Street in Grants. Late Tuesday evening, officers from Grants Police Department executed a search warrant at 821 Austin ...
Chamber Breakfast Features 2 Speakers, Grants Mayor Opposes Increasing Taxes - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – Two topics were discussed at the Jan. 21 Grants/Cibola County Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting. Felicia Casados, NMSU-Grants president, continued the campus’ outreach campaign designed to urge voter support of the $7 million General ...
Legis: Sanchez Proposes Bill to Raise Minimum Wage to $8.30 - Cibola Beacon
This week, Senator Clemente Sanchez (D-30-Cibola, Socorro, McKinley & Valencia) introduced Senate Bill 10 (SB 10), proposing a minimum wage increase to $8.30 an hour, according to a press release from the Senate Democrats. New Mexico’s minimum wage is ...
‘Cibola County Day’ in Santa Fe - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – “We are hoping to have ‘Cibola County Day’ proclamations read in both the House and Senate,” explained Eileen Chavez Yarborough, Cibola Communities Economic Development Foundation executive director. She explained that Feb. 4 event 19 ...
Pirates Wrestling Team Places Fourth at District Duals - Cibola Beacon
CIBOLA COUNTY – Placing fourth compared to last year’s fifth, is obviously an improvement despite Grants High School Coach Daniel Sedillos’ aim for third. Pirate wrestlers and Sedillos traveled to Roswell last week for the District Duals, an event ...
Grants Recreation January Fun Run Results - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS - On Jan. 10, Grants’ Park and Recreation Department held their first Fun Run of the year. Nearly 40 walkers and runners participated in the 3-mile (5k) route through portions of Grants. The Department hosts a Fun Run each month and walkers and ...
Mayor Apologizes for Remark at Chamber Meeting - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – “I apologize for saying the City rather than saying me, the mayor,” said City of Grants Mayor Hicks toward the end of the regularly scheduled City Council meeting on Monday evening. “Reality is, the City of Grants has more important ...
Guy Archambeau Profile of School Board Candidate - Cibola Beacon
Editor’s Note: Last week, the Beacon published articles on District 4 candidates Tony Boyd and incumbent Richard Jones. On Tuesday, the Beacon is published an article on District 5 incumbent William Estevan. Below, is an article on Estevan’s opponent ...
Those Quarters Add Up - Cibola Beacon
GRANTS – This is what happens when you have two ex-coaches and one current coach who are now city councilmen. All three are somewhat aware of how the City of Grants Parks and Recreation Department operates. Mayor Martin Hicks and Councilor Edwin Dickens ...
Village Continues Condemnation Process - Cibola Beacon
MILAN – The Village of Milan held condemnation hearings concerning six properties on Jan. 21. Code Enforcer Evette Montaño reported on 706/708 Catalina Ave., 606 Lava St, 601 Grey St., 1502 Tietjan St., 607 Grey St., and 617 Valencia. The Village had ...