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October 19th



KYRN 102.1FM

May the Healing Begin in December following the trial!


KYRN Published Sales Notice 4/27/2017 


"I hope you get back on air very soon  I also hope all goes well in abq today"

Tamara Pace 3/21/18 

"If there is the one most important thing for community service down there, it's high school sports, also, being able to provide services in the event of emergency, or to cover special situations."

El Defensor Chieftain

Bill Pace 7/24/2010

6/29/1950 to 1/27/2013


Cynthia (Peterson) Pace

Wife of 36 years

1/04/1955 to 12/27/2010


Virgil Vigil 76

KMXQ Socorro

6/29/1936 to 1/16/2013


KYRN Dispute



If you want to know more about why KYRN 102.1FM has been taken off-air by Steve Edmondson, learn the whole truth here.

KYRN 102.1FM Silenced




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formerly KYRN 102.1FM

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Home Conference Game October 19th 2018



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Local Ruckus









The Val Verde Hotel

Spanish Mission Revival Style

Built 1918 to 1919

National Register Reference Number: 77000930

Marks 100 Years as a Socorro Architectural Icon in 2019!

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

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!