Magdalena What some predicted to be the best game of the season — a “friendly rivalry” among neighbors — turned out to be a bust for fans last Saturday, when…[Read more]
Two persons were arrested Jan. 10 during a search of a residence on Chaparral Drive.
After months of delay, sentencing for Johnny Marquez of Socorro is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 19, in Seventh District Court. Judge Edmund Kase III took over the case from Judge Kevin Sweazea, who recused himself because of a possible conflict of interest, specifically that the child was a relative of a District Court employee.
The Magdalena School Board Monday night renewed Superintendent Mike Chamber's contract for two more years.
Success at sea This hopeful story actually reports a 17-year work-in-progress of the parties involved. And at last, there have been high-fives all around. But first, the difficulties. North America…[Read more]
As a nod to the 1964 predictions of science fiction writers Isaac Asimov and Author C. Clark, El Defensor Chieftain would like to continue the tradition with some of our…[Read more]
The Socorro County Commission met in regular session Monday at 10 a.m. in the County Annex Building with its required reorganization the main order of business, which included choosing the commission chairperson and vice chairperson as well as authorizing all county government business for calendar year 2014.
New Mexico Tech staff members discovered that more than two dozen residence hall rooms were burglarized over the past weekend.
It's been over six months since the only active well in Magdalena stopped producing, but even though the problems have been solved and there are now three wells pumping water to residents, the village government continues to deal with the financial consequences and working to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Tuesday was filing day for candidates seeking municipal offices in Socorro and Magdalena. After serving six terms, Mayor Ravi Bhasker has decided to seek four more years. Bhasker is being challenged by sitting City Council member Michael Olguin Jr.