Dr. Richard Kozoll Honored for 40 Years of Community Service

Dr. Richard Kozoll moved to Cuba, New Mexico in 1975 for what he expected to be a short-term stint as medical director at Presbyterian Medical Services. In recent weeks, he has been recognized by both the Village of Cuba and the State Legislature for 40 years of service to the community. “When I was approached about doing something to honor … Read More

Treasurer Announces Property Tax Auction is Set for March 31, 2015

Treasurer Laura M. Montoya would like to inform the public that the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department’s Property Tax Division has scheduled a property tax auction in Sandoval County on March 31, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. The auction will be held in the county commission chambers on the third floor of the County Administration Building, 1500 Idalia Rd, Bldg D, … Read More

4-H Members Combine Learning with Fun on Trip to the State Legislature

Nurturing the leaders of tomorrow is the primary goal of 4-H clubs, and this past February a group of local 4-H members got a chance to see some of New Mexico’s current leaders in action during Youth Day at the state legislature.  “It was a fun trip,” said Zach Lance, a 17-year-old Cleveland High senior, and member of the Rio … Read More

Summer Youth Employment Applications Available March 16 through April 3, 2015

Deadline for Applications is Friday, April 3 at 5:00 pm  Sandoval County Commission Chairman Darryl F. Madalena and the Board of County Commissioners announce that applications for the 2015 Summer Youth Employment program (SYEP) will be available Monday, March 16th through Friday, April 3rd. The SYEP program allows eligible youth to earn money while gaining meaningful work experience, skills-oriented training, … Read More

Cuba-area Residents Getting Help with Medicaid and Medicare Enrollment

Cuba-area residents can get help signing up for Medicaid on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the Cuba Senior Center. Specialists from the Sandoval County Community Health program will be on hand to provide assistance to anyone who might have questions or need assistance applying for Medicaid. They also will assist anyone who might qualify for one of three programs that … Read More

Free Cooking School for People Living with Diabetes

If you’re a diabetic who finds sticking to your diet a chore, the Sandoval County Cooperative Extension Service has just what you need. The extension service’s Kitchen Creations course offers a roadmap for simple preparation of a variety of meals appropriate for people with diabetes. The 12-hour course, consisting of four, three-hour sessions, is designed to achieve the following goals: … Read More

Three Deputies Honored for Outstanding Performance

The Sandoval County Sheriff’s Department has recognized three deputies for outstanding performance during the past year. The deputies—two veterans and one recent Law Enforcement Academy graduate—received special recognition at the January 8, 2015 meeting of the Sandoval County Commission. The three officers are: Exavier Aguilar Robert Salas Jacob Trujillo Deputy Aguilar was cited for being nominated as Deputy of the … Read More

Community Health Program Taking Part in Statewide Insurance Enrollment Event

Posted: 01/07/2015 Sandoval County is one of 31 New Mexico Communities hosting events this Saturday, January 10, 2015 to help people enroll in insurance plans through BeWellNM, the state’s official Health Insurance Exchange. This statewide enrollment effort is taking place several days ahead of the January 15 deadline to help individuals and families shop, compare and sign up for health … Read More