Socorro golfer Ricky Silva paced the Warriors to a first-place victory at the Seery Invitational Monday and Tuesday at the New Mexico Tech golf course.
A deeply disturbing form of protest has been ongoing in Tibet the past seven years. I'm tackling this story during Lent, observed by many for its sacrifices. The season seems the only time I can bear to bring this report to the light of day, for it's a dark and sorrowful tale. But it belongs here, near Holy Week, when some will celebrate how intense pain might be transformed — or at least illumine others — through selfless hope.
There's a blowup of an interesting old photograph in the reception area of our newspaper office. I don't know if you've seen it yet. It was taken by Joseph E. Smith in 1885, and it's apropos hanging here because it's of the Socorro Chieftain. In the photo you can see the printing press and the layout stuff and the two typeface cases, upper and lower.
Socorro General Medical Group announces the arrival of David Anderson, MD, FACS, general surgeon to Socorro General Hospital.
Helen Burchett, 101, was fitted for some cowgirl boots Monday at K-Bob's Steakhouse in Socorro.
Through the compensation study the county has utilized, Socorro County is trying to make its employment more suitable for all its employees.
Melody Rattanapote, a graduate of New Mexico Tech's chemical engineering department, has just joined Socorro General Hospital's rehabilitation services division, but it wasn't until she tested her degree that she found her true passion.
Socorro city councilor Ernest Pargas recently nominated Nadine Ulibarri-Keller for the Larrazolo Achievement Award for the New Mexico Public Health Association.
Something that caught Socorro Consolidated Schools District by surprise was the necessity of an adequate waterline to the planned new elementary school in the San Antonio town site.
For the 63rd year, New Mexico Tech will again host the New Mexico Science and Engineering Fair this Saturday. Director Rose Baca said over 800 students from the six state regionals will be converging on the campus Saturday morning.
Letters to property owners in the Socorro area in regard to right-of-way negotiations from SunZia on Sept. 10, 2014 and Feb. 19 stated SunZia is currently looking to obtain rights to federal and state lands in order to build a transmission line.
Kenneth Kratman, 40, was arraigned on charges of first-degree kidnapping, criminal sexual penetration (resulting in personal injury) and tampering with evidence Monday in Socorro District Court.