"Wild Things, Wild Places, Wild West" is the title of Vertu's 2014 Autumn show, which opened Nov. 5.
The Office of the State Engineer and Interstate Stream Commission soon will launch a newly-designed and reorganized website providing comprehensive information about the agency's water-related policies, programs and issues.
In the past five years since a wildfire ravaged parts of northern Socorro County and Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, the Abeytas Volunteer Fire Department has tried to make the best of a bad situation.
One woman died as a result of her injuries Saturday from a single-vehicle rollover crash that occurred about 11 a.m. on Interstate 25, about 30 miles south of Socorro, according to a New Mexico State police report.
For the first time in 62 years, the republicans in New Mexico will control the state's House of Representatives; and for the first time in history, the 49th district's representative could be the speaker of the house.
In a turn of events, William Armijo has defeated Edmond Sweeney for Socorro County Sheriff by five votes after canvassing provisional ballots put Armjio in the lead last Friday afternoon.
A vibrant display of contemporary dance performed by talented Los Angeles-based dancers will premier a new work by an award-winning choreographer during its Land of Enchantment tour, including a performance at New Mexico Tech's Macey Center.
Socorro native Louis Vega, The Dow Chemical Company's chief of staff and global director, now has added responsibilities as vice president of Olympic Operations as announced Oct. 7.
The 35th annual New Mexico Mineral Symposium is scheduled for this weekend, Nov. 8-9, in Macey Center at New Mexico Tech, providing a forum for both professionals and amateurs interested in mineralogy.
The Socorro High School girls' soccer team faces a familiar opponent in the quarterfinals of the New Mexico National Guard Girls State Soccer Championship.
One of the pioneers in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, Jill C. Tarter, will present a free lecture titled "Are We Alone? Searching for Intelligent Life Beyond Earth," 7:30 p.m. Friday at Macey Center.
Dealing with off-road vehicles was nothing new to Rachel Shroyer, a former New Mexico Tech student.