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 claimsContinue Reading

Published December 1, 1997 | Edit By Nancy Metnik, Postmaster, from Jemez Thunder, December 01, 1997 After many months of seeing activity at the new Jemez Springs Post Office and of wondering when it would be occupied – it has happened! On Monday, Nov. 24, the move began with theContinue Reading

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 theContinue Reading

Following practices brought from Spain and Mexico, early farmers irrigated through the use of a community ditch. Under New Mexico’s complicated and controversial water rights laws, the first people on the land are awarded rights to the water (in this case the Jemez River) in perpetuity based on when theyContinue Reading

  Like all the old structures in the Village, Casa Blanca Guest House is constructed of rock and mud, as well as the adobes traditionally associated with New Mexico. Originally a stable, then a two-room house, the five-room house was completely restored as a guest house when Roger and LindaContinue Reading

(This is a private residence and not open to the public. Please respect their privacy.) The Momaday house was built in the 1930s and served as a general store, post office and rectory for Our Lady of Assumption Catholic Church. Its historical significance comes from that fact the from 1946-2011Continue Reading