Joline Gutierrez Krueger, ABQJournal

Joline Gutierrez Krueger


San Jose, CA, United States

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Past articles by Joline:

Retirement begins with a fond farewell, and thanks

I encourage all of you to be informed, be open and be kind → Read More

Turn your guns into plowshares

Next month, you have a chance to lay down your arms, no questions asked, and be compensated for doing so → Read More

Angels Among Us finalist is now heading to prison

80-year-old man convicted of two counts of criminal sexual penetration of a minor, single count of kidnapping → Read More

11-year-old joins fight to help the homeless

'I didn't know kids at my school could be homeless,' Russell explains → Read More

Pets aren't toys; they're part of the family

As COVID-19 concerns have waned, many pets are losing their homes and humans → Read More

UpFront: Early advocates are angry, ready to rally again for abortion rights

Protesters show their support for reproductive rights during a May 3 rally in front of the federal courthouse in Downtown Albuquerque. (Chancey Bush/Albuquerque Journal) A couple of years ago, a reader told me about the solemn, almost whispered conversations between his mother, an obstetrics nurse, and his godmother, one of the first female obstetrician/gynecologists in the country, about the… → Read More

Don't let Mother remain a mystery

I wish I had spent more time hearing what she was like as a girl, her hopes and dreams, if she was funny, wild, if I was like her → Read More

'Very, very bad day' makes neighbors of neighbors

A local couple lost everything, but they gained a community that has rallied around them → Read More

Ailing colt turns out to be 'determined little dude'

Left to die, Sun King beats the odds to survive gruesome wounds → Read More

Crematorium battle drags on, both sides criticize county procedures

Next Planning Commission meeting on issue scheduled for May 4 → Read More

A SANE haven for victims of rape, abuse

Regardless of what happened in her court case, Jess said her experience with SANE helped her to heal. → Read More

Couple beats COVID, now hopes for another miracle

Coronavirus changed their lives, but they have stayed strong as Rudy faces possibility of a double lung transplant → Read More

Time is here for another booster shot to combat wily coronavirus

Mask-wearing continues to be among the precautions against COVID-19. → Read More

The strong grip of addiction

Opioids can take a life; other times, they just destroy one → Read More

Requiem for my favorite curmudgeon

Timm's death is another reminder of the ephemeral nature of life → Read More

Aunt recalls family tragedy in book on childhood justice

Regina Griego, Nehemiah Griego's aunt and guardian, sees her nephew as the tragic product of generatons of abuse, poverty and neglect → Read More

Woman's story emerges from past like a beautiful butterfly

She contacted the Journal because she wanted us to pull down an old story about her old life, her past life, not who she is now or how far she’s come. But that’s the hard truth when we make news. Somewhere in the internet ether, our misdeeds live on eternally, no matter the good we’ve done since then. “You do a Google search and those bad stories pop up,” Ginger Sharpe frets. “It’s cost me… → Read More

ABQ residents offer Ukraine 'seeds of hope and help'

We cannot all do great things, but we can do small things with great love → Read More

Anniversaries of grief bring lessons, opportunities to help

You will not 'get over' the loss of a loved one; you'll learn to live with it → Read More

Cook finds wallet with $2K, returns it to owner

Grateful man praises ABQ's virtue after wallet, cash returned → Read More