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 "The Cowboy Way" Cimarron Cowboy Gathering

Philmont Scout Ranch

Cimarron NM

August 24-26

 Socorro Live Music


Let the Healing Begin in December!


Mine Country 102.1 FM

Sale Notice 4/27/2017


KYRN Dispute



Mine Country 10-2-1




Rio Grande Valley Radio formerly KYRN 102.1FM

 Great Western Country Variety

Monday through Friday!



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Warrior Football 2018-2019

with Kenny G.!

First  Home GAME August 24th against Thoreau!

Rio Grande Valley Radio will be live HD video streaming Warrior Athletics this coming 2018-2019 sport season with Iraqi War Vet Kenny G.!

Limited spots available in the upcoming Socorro Warrior Football 2018-2019 Season!

Take Notice and Get Notice with

  • 30 second business card ads
  • 60 second video commercials

Only 10 season games and limited messaging time in the pre-game, game and post game live streaming, so contact us TODAY!  575-835-2382




Get your internet connected computers, smartphones and tablets ready for the return of these programs in High Definition Video ONLINE! 


  Fan's photo Page!


Local Ruckus

PRC Recommends to deny without prejudice



 San Augustin Water Coalition


Order granting motions for summary judgment


People's Victory!









Community Notices--

Beth Crowder is looking for 12 cigar boxes for the Cigar-Box-Guitar building class at Cottonwood Valley Charter School.  We prefer the old-fashioned, thin-wood boxes. 

You can email her at  Thank you


Eileen Comstock is looking for musicians to play in the Community Band for Oktoberfest!  All band instruments are welcome. 

Contact Eileen at


The Val Verde Hotel

Spanish Mission Revival Style

Built 1918 to 1919

National Register Reference Number: 77000930

Original Client: C.T. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Snyder, leasees

The Windsor Hotel was located between the plaza and the Santa Fe Depot on Manzanares Ave. It burned down in 1919 was replaces by the Val Verde Hotel at approximately the same location.

The hotel was leased to Mr. and Mrs D.E. Snyder, experienced hotel people from Arkansas. Then Snyder died in 1922, Mrs. Snyder became the sole operator of the hotel and ran it until she moved to California in 1929. Mrs. Snyder’s brother, Walter Paxton, took over the operation of the hotel and ran it until his death, late in 1955."

 Click on the photo to be taken to the Val Verde Hotel today in the City of Socorro!