Sept. 21, 1922: Well the old town will look 5,000 per cent better when we get this paving job done.
Sept. 21, 1947: Governor Mabry today proclaimed the month of October as Aspen month.
He urged all visitors to New Mexico, as well as residents, to visit mountain areas during the month when “aspen leaves turn from green to gold.”
Sept. 22, 1972: Mrs. Judy Agnew, wife of the U.S. vice president, is to come to
Santa Fe tomorrow morning as part of a two-day official visit among the Indians of northern New Mexico.
As her primary function in the state, Mrs. Agnew was to speak today at 1:30 p.m. at the Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute in Albuquerque, where 14 consumer aides from various New Mexico pueblos complete a training course.
Sept. 21, 1997: LA CIENEGA — Landowner Peter Komis came to a community meeting in La Cienega bearing a handful of blue “Hello My Name Is … “ stickers and a box of doughnuts.
He appealed to the 15 people sitting around a table to support his proposal to build a motel, restaurant, gas station and industrial park on 131 acres east of the intersection of Interstate 25 and Route 599.