The founders of The Grizz Project of Magdalena Aiding Animals Inc. have started an ambitious new project to match up trained companion animals with people who need them.
The youth services librarian job is a dream come true for Herweg-Samuels, a mother of three children.
Some Socorroans are exploring a more humane alternative than euthanasia for controlling feral cat populations in the area, and everyone is invited to their seminar to learn about it.
San Miguel Parish sponsors The Giving Tree for the needy in Socorro again this year.
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Two-time Grammy winner Robert Mirabal, together with 10 singers/dancers/musicians from Jemez Pueblo, will perform ceremonial pieces — rarely, if ever, seen outside the pueblo, in a Performing Arts Series event at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 22, at New Mexico Tech's Macey Center.
With a little help from friends, New Mexico Tech's Queens finished their fall season at home Saturday, overcoming the challenge of the Red Mountain Rugby Club of Tempe, Ariz., 61-20. A victory brimming with running rugby cheered the home audience on the heels of a 62-7 loss to Santa Fe by the Tech men's team.
The Santa Fe Rugby Club brought the New Mexico Tech Pygmies' fall season to a rude ending Saturday in Socorro, brushing off the students by a 62-7 score.