Stories about the Tricultural Symposia

The first Tri-Cultural Symposium sponsored by Jemez Springs Public Library received a lot of publicity and attracted attendees from all over the U.S. Here are some examples of the stories. Excerpts from a column by Jim Belshaw in the Albuquerque Journal, Oct. 10, 2005: I like the way that, three … More Stories about the Tricultural Symposia

Center to Explore New Directions

From Jemez Thunder, March 01, 1995 By Susan Burritt In the past two and a half years, the Servants of the Paraclete, located in Jemez Springs, just north of the Handmaids of the Precious Blood and the Bodhi Mandala Zen Center, have become nationally known because of sex offense claims … More Center to Explore New Directions

Jemez Springs Receives All-American City Award

From Jemez Thunder, December 01, 1997 CAPTION FOR PLAQUE AWARDED- DECEMBER 1, 1997 PLAQUE AWARDED – National Civic League President Chris Gates, Jemez Thunder editor Kathleen Wiegner and Mayor David Sanchez were in Washington, DC, to receive the All-American City Award on Nov. 18. The Mayor was congratulated by Vice … More Jemez Springs Receives All-American City Award

Via Coeli/Esperanza Ranch/Hotel Clay

The Clay Hotel, also known as the Esperanza Hotel or Esperanza Ranch, was demolished when Via Coeli was built across from what is now Jemez Historic Site. According to information shared by Amie Adams Green, the hotel was under construction starting in 1921, and hot water came directly from the … More Via Coeli/Esperanza Ranch/Hotel Clay