ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — How has it been 20 years since That Night?
You remember it. Christmas Eve 1992, the night a young family was all but obliterated on its way home from midnight Mass; a once honorable man named Gordon House became the most despised person in New Mexico; and a powerhouse of a woman with a poofy hairdo and a God-fearing faith that not even the worst tragedy – and this was that – could shake emerged as the most formidable crusader for DWI reform this state has ever known.
That woman was Nadine Milford. Read the full upfront column by Joline Gutierrez Krueger.
The Milford family has created a commemorative video to
share with the public.