Sheriff’s Office Blotter
The Magdalena Village Board of Trustees conducted a public hearing for the first reading of its latest Infrastructure Community Improvement Plan (ICIP).
New Mexico land and wildlife managers have finished work that will result in more access to state trust land for licensed hunters.
The Socorro Soil and Water Conservation District, in partnership with the Socorro field office of the Bureau of Land Management will be treating approximately 3,600 acres of cholla cactus-invaded native rangelands.
IN THIS WEEK'S REPORT: A young angler shares information about his favorite fishing spots and offers up a few fly fishing tips.
After fear of canceling the entire fall sports season just two weeks ago, the New Mexico Activities Association and Director Sally Marquez recently released a schedule that appears might allow all high school sports to take place – just not at the prescribed times during a regular prep sport…
The continued COVID-19 pandemic took a huge toll on prep athletics nationwide this past spring, and now in New Mexico some fall sports will feel the same effects.
It’s been a little more than two weeks since the New Mexico Activities Association released COVID-19 appropriate guidelines regarding high school athletics opening up for summer workouts.
Next Monday is the official first day of fall, or if you’re one for correctness, the autumnal equinox. And if you’re one for astrology, it’s the first day of Libra, a time of reflection, understanding, and balance. If you’re not a Libran just try to remember, “Serenity now!”
Sculptor Judy Richardson has found a home for her art in Magdalena. A relative newcomer, she was attracted to the area by the natural beauty and landscape of Socorro County. Her studio and gallery is in a historic building on North Main Street.
If National Senior Citizen Day last month wasn't enough for all oldsters, thanks to a proclamation of President Carter this coming Sunday is the day for all the grandmas and grandpas of the world, Grandparents Day.
In recent weeks in our newspaper and in other newspapers across New Mexico published at least three stories recently regarding older New Mexicans being scammed over the phone for thousands of dollars during this pandemic.
Joe Leonce Montano, Sr., born January 26, 1938, passed away on August 31, peacefully, with his wife of 40 years, Maria Montano, and family at his side.
Charlene Fortun Wagner died August 31, 2020, at the age of 82.
Nancy Ruth Jennings, 76, of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away August 17, 2020. She was born in 1944 in Carrizozo, New Mexico to Roy and Arvilla Ramey. Nancy graduated from High School in Socorro, New Mexico in 1962, moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1968 and began working for the State of Nevada. …
Damacio "Deno" Gallegos, passed away on August 18, 2020, at his home in Socorro, New Mexico. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He is preceded in death by his wife, Sandra Gallegos; Son, Marvin W. Gallegos; and grandson, Zachary W. Gallegos. He is survived by his sister, Yvonne A…