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Our Lady of Belen Church

101 North 10th Street
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-8043
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Riverside Funeral Home Inc

418 West Reinken Avenue
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-4448
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Romero Funeral Home

609 North Main Street
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-8501
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Terrace Grove Cemetery

1200 West Aragon Road
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-0823
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News-Bulletin staff win seven awards in New Mexico Press Association annual contest - Valencia County News Bulletin

Monday, October 03, 2016

In October 2015 in its annual Locals edition, the News-Bulletin’s editorial staff published a section filled with stories about community organizations from Valencia County Senior Support to the Belen Area Food Pantry to state agencies, such as CYFD to the New Mexico Department of Health and local non-profits, La Vida Felicidad and Youth Development, Inc.The judges wrote of the award “The News-Bulletin provides something we community newspapers all need to give our publics periodically: A guide to the resources for addressing a spectrum of individual, family and community problems. Great photos and layout. The sidebar listing probably 50 resources should serve as a reference for families and organizations in the country for the next few years.”The staff at the News-Bulletin also won a second-place award in the Design and Typography category.Fox won a first-place award in the Feature Writing category for her August 2015 La Vida story titled “Strength through Words and Wisdom” about Maria Nieto’s research and book about the Spanish Civil War.Garcia also won a first-place award in the Feature Photo category for her photo titled “Up, Up & Away.” The photo was taken aboard the Beagle Maximus special shape hot air balloon in March at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Balloon Rallye.The judges wrote “Hot air balloons can provide a lot of color and is often what photographers go for, but in this case, the framing of the image is perfect. Really drew me in to see what was going on and I kept returning to this image. Has a journalistic feel but is very artistic.”Garcia, who was elected this year to the New Mexico Press Association board of directors, also won a second-place award in the Obituary News category for the June 2016 story titled “Heart of the Hub City: Remembering Trinnie “Pito Pito” Baca.”Dendinger won a first-place award in the News Writing category for the September 2015 story titled “Williams sentenced to 17 years for fatal cras...

Police identify man killed in Imlay City restaurant fire - MLive.com

Monday, June 13, 2016

He was always friendly. They'd ask me how I'm doing."Refugio Ruiz is survived by his wife, Guillermina (Guerrero) Ruiz-Medrano of Mexico; children, Valentina and Belen Ruiz; sisters, Maria Guerrero, Laura Rodriguez and Elsa Ruiz; brothers, Samuel Ruiz and Miguel Ruiz of Imlay City, and Armando Ruiz of Metamora; brother-in-law, Leobardo Guerrero of Imlay City.Funeral arrangements with Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City are pending at this time. People can share remembrances online at muirbrothersfh.com. ...

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News-Bulletin staff win seven awards in New Mexico Press Association annual contest - Valencia County News Bulletin

Monday, October 03, 2016

In October 2015 in its annual Locals edition, the News-Bulletin’s editorial staff published a section filled with stories about community organizations from Valencia County Senior Support to the Belen Area Food Pantry to state agencies, such as CYFD to the New Mexico Department of Health and local non-profits, La Vida Felicidad and Youth Development, Inc.The judges wrote of the award “The News-Bulletin provides something we community newspapers all need to give our publics periodically: A guide to the resources for addressing a spectrum of individual, family and community problems. Great photos and layout. The sidebar listing probably 50 resources should serve as a reference for families and organizations in the country for the next few years.”The staff at the News-Bulletin also won a second-place award in the Design and Typography category.Fox won a first-place award in the Feature Writing category for her August 2015 La Vida story titled “Strength through Words and Wisdom” about Maria Nieto’s research and book about the Spanish Civil War.Garcia also won a first-place award in the Feature Photo category for her photo titled “Up, Up & Away.” The photo was taken aboard the Beagle Maximus special shape hot air balloon in March at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Balloon Rallye.The judges wrote “Hot air balloons can provide a lot of color and is often what photographers go for, but in this case, the framing of the image is perfect. Really drew me in to see what was going on and I kept returning to this image. Has a journalistic feel but is very artistic.”Garcia, who was elected this year to the New Mexico Press Association board of directors, also won a second-place award in the Obituary News category for the June 2016 story titled “Heart of the Hub City: Remembering Trinnie “Pito Pito” Baca.”Dendinger won a first-place award in the News Writing category for the September 2015 story titled “Williams sentenced to 17 years for fatal cras...

Police identify man killed in Imlay City restaurant fire - MLive.com

Monday, June 13, 2016

He was always friendly. They'd ask me how I'm doing."Refugio Ruiz is survived by his wife, Guillermina (Guerrero) Ruiz-Medrano of Mexico; children, Valentina and Belen Ruiz; sisters, Maria Guerrero, Laura Rodriguez and Elsa Ruiz; brothers, Samuel Ruiz and Miguel Ruiz of Imlay City, and Armando Ruiz of Metamora; brother-in-law, Leobardo Guerrero of Imlay City.Funeral arrangements with Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City are pending at this time. People can share remembrances online at muirbrothersfh.com. ...