The New Mexico Tech Pygmy Rugby Club ended its fall season last Saturday with a 22-13 loss to the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
With cold weather settling in, and truckloads of cut and split firewood showing up along California Street, New Mexico Department of Agriculture is reminding people who plan to buy firewood this season to know what to look for so they get their money's worth.
"Phenomensemble" – that's a word coined to describe the singular melding of six virtuoso guitarists from four countries performing under the umbrella of two separate ensembles, thus creating a unique six-by-six string, well, phenomensemble.
To continue receiving grant funding, the Socorro County Prevention Coalition (SCPC) is required by New Mexico's Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) to select eight "intervening variables" or objectives for the next fiscal year as part of its strategic plan.
Socorro city councilor Toby Jaramillo has helped feed New Mexicans in need during the holiday season since The Beatles were still together.
The holiday season has been called "the most wonderful time of the year," but it could be the worst time of year for the homeless.
A disgruntled district III constituency put pressure on the Socorro Electric Cooperative (SEC) at its annual meeting with the approval of a resolution threatening to do away with the current establishment.
Editor's note: The organizations mentioned in this article, Presbyterian Health Services and Presbyterian Medical Services, are not affiliated in any way.
The Socorro High School girls' cross country team finished 12th overall at the 4A state cross country meet Nov. 8 at Rio Rancho High School.
The Alamo Navajo boys' cross country team captured second place at the A-AA state meet Nov. 8 at Rio Rancho High School.
Watching a Magdalena High School football game is a lot like watching a video game – deep pass plays, long runs for scores and the occasional trick play.