The Socorro High School boys' golf team cruised to a 58-shot victory over the Alamogordo Tigers and five other teams at the Tiger Invitational at the Desert Lakes Golf Course in Alamogordo on Monday, March 16.
The spotlight will shine on the single-reed instrument clarinet when Willy Sucre and Friends take to the stage at N.M. Tech's Macey Center for the final of four concerts in the 2014 – 2015 Presidential Chamber Music Series.
Area kids are invited to catch a big one at the Socorro area's annual Community Youth Fishing Derby.
Every year, the Irish and Irish-at-heart honor the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, on the day he was said to have died, March 17, 460. The Tourism Department of the City of Socorro maintains that even if one wasn't from Ireland they can still be Irish for one day.
Robert Cormack – the longest-serving, full-time member of the faculty at New Mexico Tech –Passed away last Saturday, March 14. A professor of psychology at Tech since 1968, Cormack retired recently and was granted emeritus status by the Board of Regents on Friday, the day before he died.
Starting April 1, the Socorro County Assessor's Office will send out evaluation notices to all property owners.
Part of a shrine for American war veterans in Socorro has caused an uncomfortable discussion among people who take great pride for what it stands.
Counties with room to spare for Socorro County's inmate overflow reaped the benefits by more than $450,000 last year, and the county is on track to spend about that much this year.
Is the $2 billion SunZia Transmission Line planned to be constructed through more than 300 miles in New Mexico beneficial to the state trust lands?
The air seemed to vacate the University of New Mexico's WisePies Arena all at once Saturday evening as Magdalena fans gasped during the final seconds of the Class 2A U.S. Bank Basketball State Championship game.
One day last week, March 5, was to all appearances, an ordinary day, but was significant in its own way. It was the birth date of the man who is said to have transformed the culture of Japan.
The fifth-seeded Magdalena girls basketball team eeked out a 64-63 victory Tuesday night over fourth-seeded Jemez Valley to move on to the Class 2A U.S. Bank State Basketball Championships semifinals.