The Socorro Unitarian Universalists invite everyone to a concert at Epiphany Episcopal Church.
Juan Guzman-Montesinos, 58, was sentenced Friday in Socorro District Court to six years in a correctional facility after agreeing to a plea deal to third-degree felony criminal sexual contact with a minor under the age of 13.
Festival of the Cranes 2014 reportedly proved to be one of the most successful in terms of commerce for a local advocacy group and the Bosque del Apache.
Not much will change for the Magdalena girls' basketball team this season.
The Magdalena boys' basketball team finished last season 29-2 and were abruptly eliminated from the state playoffs in the quarterfinals, but Head Coach Jory Mirabal has high hopes for this season.
Socorro girls' basketball coach Marleen Greenwood believes in finding the positives in a negative situation.
"La Pastorela," the Shepherds Story, will be presented in Socorro twice this holiday season, Dec. 7 at First Baptist Church and Dec. 20 at Garcia Opera House.
Capt. Everett Binger spent 15 years with the Socorro Fire Department as a firefighter and emergency medical technician. He'll retire in the coming weeks.
The Very Large Array visitor center film, "Beyond the Visible: The Story of the Very Large Array," received an Interpretive Media Award from the National Association for Interpretation. The award was presented to the film's executive producer, John Stoke, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in a ceremony at NAI's national workshop in Denver, Colorado on Nov. 19.
As part of federally mandated protocol, the Bureau of Land Management published a notice of the 30-day comment period on the proposals to the environmental assessment of the SunZia Southwest Transmission Line.
The 11th annual "Luminarias on the Plaza Art Stroll" will take place 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6.
Auxiliary aspects of the new rodeo arena and soccer fields on the west side of Socorro continued to gain support at Monday's Socorro city council meeting.