Socorro The annual members meeting of the Socorro Electric Cooperative took place May 15 at Finley Gym in Socorro. At 3 p.m., after introductions and an opening address by SEC…[Read more]
The tradition continues.
The Socorro City Council approved its continued membership in the South Central Council of Governments for fiscal year 2013-2014 during its regular meeting May 6.
A small crew of people offloading energetic materials from a flatbed truck to a New Mexico Tech test site got the surprise of their lives when some of the material caught fire Monday.
The FBI is investigating a one-vehicle rollover accident by Alamo that left two people dead last week.
A semi tractor trailer crash took out electricity and telephone service in San Acacia on April 19 because the driver wasn't driving, Socorro County Sheriff's Department deputies reported.
David Chamberlin is all about pipe organs — he builds them, plays them and writes music for them.
Mary Ann Chavez-Lopez spoke to the Socorro County Commission about expanding El Camino Real Housing Authority's area during the commission's regular meeting April 23. Following her presentation, the commission directed county staff to write a resolution to expand the housing authority.
Parkview Elementary School offers a unique opportunity for students to get the jump on the school year.
The Socorro Electric Cooperative annual meeting will be held next Wednesday, May 15. We highly recommend participation in this meeting to all member/owners of the co-op.
Les Martinez, New Mexico Public Schools Facilities Authority facilities maintenance and operations support manager, reported serious lapses in preventative maintenance at all district schools at the Socorro school board meeting Monday night.
The Socorro County Sheriff's Department praised a local citizen for responding to a burning pickup near the river last week and saving a man's life.
The mayor of Socorro updated the council on sludge found at the city's industrial park during the Socorro City Council's regular meeting April 15. The mayor said the mess has been cleaned up, but the state Environment Department still awaits testing results to see if the sludge is toxic.
The Socorro County Commission approved the county's third 2013 quarterly report to the state Department of Finance and Administration during the commission's regular meeting April 23.