School is over, and the summer has started. Kids should be thinking of having fun in the sun while spending time with friends.
A Socorro police officer's second use of a taser while making an arrest wasn't consistent with Socorro Police Department procedures, according to a report presented to the Police Oversight Commission on Tuesday.
The organization responsible for maintaining ditches and levees, as well as distributing water for irrigation throughout the valley, is raising taxes and water rates.
Whether you feel like testing the waters for the first time or you are an old hand at fishing, Saturday, June 7 is the perfect time to get out and make a cast or two at lakes and streams across New Mexico — no license required.
While all graduating seniors are each one deserving of applause and admiration, one Socorro High School graduate stands apart, not just for his academic accomplishments, but also for being civic minded.
Socorro youth have easy access to alcohol and many kids are starting to drink around ages 13 or 14, according to Pat Lincoln, local evaluator for the Socorro County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition.
Approximately 3,540 of the 9,987 registered Socorro County voters cast their ballot for the 2014 Primary before the polls closed Tuesday evening, according to the New Mexico Secretary of State website.
The Socorro High School Warriors golf team placed second at the state tournament held recently at the New Mexico State Golf Course in Las Cruces.
New Mexico Tech's mens' rugby club won two matches and dropped one in the annual Celtic Sevens tournament on May 17 in Albuquerque.
The City of Socorro's Finley Gym and Tourism Director Joshua Kerns have done it again.
About 250 students, parents, school staff, and community members were in attendance at the 2014 Socorro High School scholarship awards ceremony held last Tuesday at the Warrior Dome.
Socorro will have a new resource, beginning in June, for at-risk youth to get help and stay informed – the Socorro County Teen Center.